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James Clement

by Jasmine Phiri

April 7, 2021

Vice President, Products and Services,
Inovalon

Mr. Clement serves as Vice President of Products and Services and leads Inovalon’s quality interventions and integrated risk score accuracy programs which includes prospective, retrospective, and submissions. These solutions enable Inovalon’s client partners to drive meaningful improvements in risk score accuracy, member engagement and retention, quality, and financial performance. Mr. Clement maintains end-to-end responsibility for these products, from analytics and intervention strategy to intervention execution, data collection, and reporting. He has nearly 25 years of experience working in the payer and provider sectors. Prior to this role, Mr. Clement served as Senior Director and General Manager of Inovalon’s quality improvement and integrated prospective risk adjustment solutions, where he maintained end-to-end responsibility for these products, from analytics and intervention strategy, through intervention execution, data collection, and reporting. Mr. Clement also previously served as Senior Director of Intervention Strategy Integration at Inovalon, where under his leadership Inovalon built new intervention channels including Inovalon owned member centers, as well as retail clinics nationwide and expanded operations to a nationwide footprint. In addition, Mr. Clement led the planning and development of Inovalon’s market-leading Member Engagement program. Prior to joining Inovalon, Mr. Clement held various management consulting leadership roles at Booz Allen Hamilton, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Accenture, where he oversaw teams providing strategic advisory services to large health plans, provider organizations, and government agencies. Mr. Clement has also served in various operating and strategic planning roles in large, integrated delivery systems including Johns Hopkins Medicine and Children’s Hospital Boston. Mr. Clement earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business and a Master of Public Health from the Harvard University School of Public Health.