SAS Promotes Kreiter to Statewide Account Exec Role

She has a strong background in advanced data analytics, which she plans to leverage in her role servicing state government needs.

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SAS has promoted account executive Stephanie Kreiter from serving local accounts in Northern California to handling all California state government accounts related to public health, behavioral health, health care and homelessness. 

Before joining SAS in January, Kreiter worked for Dignity Health Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital as a manager of Community Health, implementing numerous public health programs including a Crisis Stabilization Unit; Primary Care Navigation; Substance Use Navigation; Medication Assisted Treatment; a Direct-Entry Residential Drug Treatment program so that law enforcement may take individuals to treatment instead of jail; and a Human Trafficking Response Task Force. It was this role that inspired her passion for advanced analytics and cross-system advanced analytics in health delivery and health policy. She helped integrate traditional health data with non-health-related social-determinants data to reduce overall cost of health care, improve health access and outcomes and to prevent negative downstream outcomes.

"I am very excited about the health focus of this role," Kreiter told Techwire in an email. "I left my previous role and came to SAS specifically with the goal of helping state and local government to access the data available and leverage advanced analytics to improve health, health access, health outcomes, health cost, and inform health policy."

SAS uses advanced analytics capabilities to implement analytics solutions to Californians' health-care needs.

Dennis Noone is Managing Editor of Techwire. He is a career journalist, having worked as a reporter and editor at small-town newspapers and major metropolitan dailies in California, Nevada, Texas and Virginia, including as an editor with USA Today in Washington, D.C. He lives in the Northern California foothills.