Henry Mitchell, Analytics

Henry Mitchell

Analytics

EDUCATION
Louisiana State University, MBA
Louisiana State University, BA

EXPERTISE
Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR)
Class-Action Claims Settlement
Complex Reporting and Analytics
Vendor Liaison
QA/QC
Internal Audit
Regulatory Compliance
Continuous Improvement
Project Management

Leveraging an MBA and his depth of operational process, analytic and reporting expertise, Henry Mitchell analyzes Allēus key client data in accordance with our HITRUST CSF certification to identify opportunity pipelines for healthcare providers, employers, and payers to recover revenue from uncompensated/undercompensated care costs via Mass Tort and other third-party payer avenues.

He is currently serving as the lead for analytics and reporting for hurricanes Irma and Maria recovery effort in the U.S. Virgin Islands through the Emergency Home Repairs program.  Henry is tasked with defining business requirements for PlexoSoft, the application processing system, for each process step from application intake, to damage assessment and construction, through closeout.

Earlier in his career, Henry served as the lead for analytics and reporting for New York City’s Build it Back Program which administered $1.3 billion in Hurricane Sandy disaster recovery funding. In that role, Henry developed and  implemented standardized operational reports to support strategic program decisions and managed the quality assurance quality control (QAQC) for construction change orders.

Henry further managed the internal audit team for the Deepwater Horizon Economic and Property Damage Settlement Program, where he oversaw the daily operations of audit, analytics and reporting, and vendor management for the $20 billion program established to assist thousands of claimants in resolving pending claims arising from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Among his many contributions, Henry developed numerous cost / utilization models and vendor scorecards to identify annual cost savings of $16 million.