Health Information Manager
Alan Williams joined The Alliance in 1999 as health information manager. His main responsibilities include database development, programming, and data analytics. Alan generates multiple reports to help analyze membership utilization, disruptions, provider/medical grouping, contract performance, quality measures and market share.
In addition to his work at The Alliance, Alan serves on the Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care (WAPC): Perinatal Data Committee. He is also involved in the Madison SQL Server Users Group and is a member of the official chapter of the Professional Association for SQL Server.
Prior to joining The Alliance, Alan spent more than nine years at WPS Health Insurance, holding roles in data analyst, training, and supervisory positions.
Alan received his bachelor degree in business administration-marketing from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
By Alan Williams, health information manager
People sometimes ask, "Why stand when you can sit?"
A year after sit-stand desktops were introduced at The Alliance,
I think a better question might be: "Why sit when you can
Why would I want to stand when I could sit? It's because standing has a great return on investment (ROI) for my health.
A friend recently shared an expensive lesson about generic medications.