Stephanie is a product manager at CDPHP. In this role, she works to excite members about their health care through the development of innovative products and services, including Life Points (gift cards, anyone?) and CDPHP Insights (join today!). She has been with the organization since 2012 and has held multiple roles including Medicare innovation coordinator and market analyst. Stephanie has an MBA in Healthcare Management and MS in Healthcare Data Analytics from Clarkson University. She volunteers with Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless, the Ronald McDonald House, and the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York. In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys playing golf, overbooking her social calendar, and collecting stationery.
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