We’re improving lives through data and analytics – infusing data in all areas of our company and every decision we make. We want people who care deeply about their work and its impact on our customers.
We're using data to make a difference. Where do you fit in?
DnA Consulting Solutions
Collaborating across divisions to grow our understanding of data.
Deliver real-time analytics
Identify application opportunities for business reporting
Developing advanced use cases to value and support a variety of programs within the company.
Create risk models for critical projects
Systematize outlier detection
Analytic Products & Practices
"Product-izing" our DnA solutions and facilitating the organization's agile transormation.
Develop and manage analytics products
Initiate analytics automation
DnA Professional Services
Building talent, organization and culture to support the holistic success of the DnA division and create exceptional experiences for all stakeholders.
Oversee portfolio and program management
Manage budgeting, communication and change
Strategic Data Management
Setting data strategy, and how to curate data for analytics, to ensure high-quality data across the organization.
Build a scalable, world-class analytics platform
Advance the data governance program
"One of the things I love most about working here is the giving nature of my co-workers and how much employees really care about serving our community."
– Julie Fazio, Divisional Chief of Staff
He started at Blue Cross NC in 1996 as an actuarial assistant. Today, Patrick Getzen is the Senior Vice President, Chief Data and Analytics Officer of one of the largest health insurers in North Carolina. Follow his career in The Actuary magazine.
“The time is now. We have a great opportunity to reimagine how we think about data and analytics. We could transform health care."Patrick Getzen, SVP, Chief DnA Officer
Opioid misuse is a big problem in North Carolina. Over the past year, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (Blue Cross NC) has made significant progress in solving the problem. This issue, which touches every corner of our state, inspired one Blue Cross NC employee to act, or should we say "hack."