Elsevier, a global leader in research publishing and information analytics, announced today that Josh Schoeller has been appointed President of its Clinical Solutions business unit, which serves healthcare professionals around the world by providing evidence-based content, health analytics and digital solutions to help improve patient outcomes.
Mr. Schoeller has more than 30 years of experience leading and scaling businesses focused on Big Data, predictive analytics, application architecture, and decision support to advance patient care and quality improvements across healthcare. Since 2018 Mr. Schoeller has served as CEO of the healthcare business of Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions, part of RELX. He will maintain his CEO responsibilities for Healthcare at LexisNexis Risk Solutions in addition to his leadership role with Clinical Solutions.
Jan Herzhoff, President, Health at Elsevier said: “Josh has a strong track record of success working across multiple segments in healthcare and building high-performing organizations. We are thrilled to have Josh’s leadership and look forward to exploring additional synergies between the healthcare business of LexisNexis Risk Solutions and Clinical Solutions, especially in the field of advanced provider analytics, which is a key area of focus for Elsevier.”
Mr. Schoeller joined LexisNexis Risk Solutions in 2013 through the acquisition of Enclarity. While at Enclarity, he served as the Vice President, Chief Solution Architect responsible for delivering industry leading provider data management solutions for healthcare providers. Prior to this role, he spent 15 years at FICO, a data analytics company, where he held diverse roles in information technology, sales and operations. Mr. Schoeller currently serves on the Board of the eHealth Initiative and Foundation (eHI) and is a member of the Forbes Business Development Council.
Mr. Schoeller added: “At the heart of improving healthcare is effectively applying outcomes-driven analytics across the care continuum. I’m excited about the tremendous opportunity to combine the market-leading evidence based content and clinical reference and workflow solutions of Elsevier Health with our differentiated data and analytics capabilities to support healthcare providers in delivering better outcomes for patients.”
Elsevier’s Clinical Solutions business brings evidenced-based content into the care process, empowering healthcare professionals, as well as patients, to make better decisions. Serving over 2,000 healthcare organizations, Elsevier’s clinical and technology experts are at the forefront of helping their customers leverage evidence-based content in the EMR and at the point of care.