A skilled data expert, Autumn Carparelli has the know-how and experience to analyze big data in order to understand populations and programs and to improve efficiency, accessibility, and affordability of healthcare. Autumn has experience using datasets from a wide range of sources including Medicare, Medicaid, local and state health departments, and electronic medical records (EMR).
She joins HMA after a position as a population health data scientist with St. Peter’s Health where she led a team of subject matter experts in upgrades and improvements to a clinical decision support tool. In this role, she also mined EMR data to produce visualizations and reports analyzing program cost projections, value-based contract outcomes, and operational and clinical decision support. While there, she also provided useful data to providers so they could better understand the needs and outcomes of their patient population.
Earlier in her career, Autumn gained experience with claims data focused on member care management programs and tribal health with Montana Medicaid. She also has experience with Medicare claims data, using this dataset to glean insights about utilization and quality outcomes.
Autumn’s technical skills include building dashboards and queries to explore trends, developing maps and infographics, and replying to requests from member care management programs, hospitals and health systems, Medicaid agencies, CMS, and other stakeholders.
Autumn earned a Master of Public Health in epidemiology from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and a bachelor’s degree in pre-medicine and environmental studies from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Autumn lives in Helena with her husband and children. She is a trail-running enthusiast, and her biggest running accomplishment was completing a 55k ultramarathon. She hopes to raise her two young children to love the Montana trails as much as she does.