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[HIP Week 2024] e4health Team Member Spotlight: Kyle Drey

This HIP Week, we are shining a light on members of the e4health Team who are truly making an impact.

Today, we’re putting Kyle Drey, e4health Client Executive, in the Team Spotlight!

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Let’s Hear From Kyle…

Kyle’s Health Information Journey

Kyle has had a diverse career in healthcare information management.  Starting with an internship at e4 during his RHIA studies, he gained experience testing various systems before transitioning to a management role at Jefferson Health System.  From there, he managed multiple EPIC applications before briefly leaving to work at a diagnostic startup, as the Director of IT Implementations.  Eventually, he returned to e4 as a Senior Account Executive in the sales division.

What made you decide to become a health information professional?

I started college thinking I would major in pre-med and realized that I didn’t like the clinical side and was more interested in the business and IT side of healthcare systems.  So that made me switch to getting my RHIA.

What is something that made you feel proud during your health information management career?

One initiative I led at Jefferson Health was point of care scanning to earn a HIMSS Stage 7 certification. I led the implementation of a custom workflow so that paper documentation could be scanned and accessible within the EHR instantaneously.

Do you have a mentor or someone you look up to in the HIT world that supported or inspired you? 

Mike Brensinger has been a mentor for most of my career. Mike helped me during his first stint at e4, provided guidance to advance my career by joining Jefferson, and helped facilitate my return to e4health in my current role.

What does being a health information management professional mean to you? 

Being a health information professional means being someone that takes pride in creating a clean and safe medical record for patients so that those who are providing direct patient care are able to provide the best possible care for the patient.

What makes you excited about the future of health information management?

Throughout my career, I have focused on healthcare technology, and I am particularly excited for advancements in autonomous coding and logic-based applications for automation.  I look forward to future technological advancements in this field.

I have the privilege of recognizing Kyle Drey during HIP week. Kyle’s impact is impossible to not see at e4health, he brings a very unique perspective as he has played many roles at here over his career but has found the perfect fit within the Sales Team. This experience has given him the ability to think creatively to solve our customers unique business challenges, and most importantly be viewed as a trusted advisor to our customers. Kyle is able to use his credentialed HIM background to not think in a single threaded manner but instead look at all of the pieces and parts that may be affected upstream and/or downstream, which I know firsthand has been raved about by the HIM professionals we have the pleasure to serve here at e4health. 


– Steve Bell, SVP of Sales, e4health

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