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Nashville, TN – Centerstone Research Institute (CRI), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving behavioral healthcare through research and information technology, recently named Larry Croney as director of analytics. Croney will lead, manage and coordinate all business intelligence, data analytics, and data warehousing projects for CRI.
“We’re excited to welcome Larry to CRI, as he brings more than a decade of experience to our team,” said CRI Chief Executive Officer Tom Doub, PhD. “Capitalizing on the vast amount of data available and effectively using it in a clinical setting is key to reshaping the behavioral healthcare industry. In his role, Larry will help CRI usher in the next wave of innovations that will prevent and cure mental illness.”
Data analytics is a key component of CRI’s research and technology focus. Through its Enlighten Analytics® platform, a business intelligence solution that helps behavioral health providers reduce operational costs while improving patient outcomes, CRI won a number of competitive industry awards and was featured in IBM’s Smarter Planet Leadership Series for bringing groundbreaking ideas to reality. With Croney’s help, CRI will expand its analytics solutions to address operational, clinical, research and financial problems in healthcare.
Croney joins CRI after spending ten years with HCA/Parallon, where he held multiple positions including director of business intelligence for the Parallon Business Performance Group and director of business analytics for the Parallon Physician Service Center. In these roles, he was responsible for business intelligence and reporting for more than 200 client hospitals and 700 physician practices. He has also held positions at HCA, VitalSpring Technologies, and MicroStrategy.
Croney received a Master of Business Administration degree from Tennessee Technological University and a Bachelor of Science degree in management information systems from Auburn University.