NEWS29 October 2013

Former SPSS exec named president at healthcare data firm SHP

US — Healthcare data analytics company SHP has appointed Alex Kormushoff as president.

The announcement:

Kormushoff will be responsible for scaling operations to support SHP’s rapid growth in the home health and hospice market and leading the company’s expansion into new healthcare markets.

“Over the past 16 years, SHP has established an impressive reputation in healthcare data analytics and a corporate culture comprised of smart, dedicated employees who are committed to the mission of improving healthcare outcomes through more insightful performance data,” said Kormushoff. “I’m honoured to join the team as they lead the way in applying the latest analytics technologies to decades of data on the post-acute care markets.”

Before joining SHP, Kormushoff focused his work on using data and analytics to drive efficient and effective outcomes for individuals and business. Kormushoff served as global growth and strategy leader and global public service leader for Accenture Analytics. Previously, he served as senior vice president of global operations at SPSS. He established the enterprise predictive analytics business and was instrumental in the 2009 sale of SPSS to IBM for $1.2 billion. Over the course of his career, Kormushoff has also held a range of executive positions at companies including Sapient and Digital Equipment Corporation.