Andrew Rossetti

Andrew.Rossetti@i3hcc.com

Andrew joined i3 in 2012 and has since played various roles for client organizations in the design, development, and implementation of a wide range of Revenue Cycle Services. He has excelled at leading and managing large, complex projects for multi-hospital health systems including recently assisting in the implementation of Epic Health Information System. Andrew is known for being able to engage diverse audiences in the development of innovative solutions as well as bringing those solutions to successful fruition.

Andrew is a current board member of the Maryland Chapter of the American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management. Andrew is also an active member in the Maryland Chapter of the Healthcare Financial Management Association.

Prior to i3, Andrew worked for Detroit, MI based Henry Ford Health System and Owen's & Minor, Inc's consulting division leading a wide range of projects for multi-hospital health systems in the sourcing, contracting and implementation of capital equipment, commodities, and purchased service agreements in a number of clinical and non-clinical areas. 

Andrew received both a Master of Finance degree and Master of Business Administration, concentrated in Accounting, from the University of Michigan-Deaborn. Andrew also received a Bachelor of Arts degree, concentrated in Advertising from Michigan State University. He is a Certified Healthcare Financial Professional and a Certified Revenue Cycle Representative through the Healthcare Financial Management Association. Andrew has also attained his Six Sigma Green Belt from the University of Michigan.

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RECENT ROLES

  • Project Manager
  • Epic Testing Project Leader

EXPERTISE

  • Strategic EHR Planning
  • Epic Testing, Implementation & Post Go-Live Support
  • Epic Clinical & Billing Workflow Design, Development & Implementation
  • Revenue Cycle Assessments & Redesigns

Here are a few Case Studies of the projects Andrew has worked on and the results:

Appeals Workflow Redesign

EHR Implementation

Self Pay Collections