ROCHESTER — Kathryn Correll and Andrew Kurecka have joined MedNetOne Health Solutions, a health care management organization in Rochester. Kurecka will serve as manager of outcomes research and Correll as manager of quality improvement strategy.
Both Correll and Kurecka started with the company as interns in 2014 and are members of the first graduating class of Oakland University’s new Master of Public Health program, where they continue to serve as members of the program’s advisory board.
Correll, of Auburn Hills, will serve as a liaison between providers and payers and is responsible for increasing overall quality metrics, improve patient outcomes, and reduce costs. Prior to joining the MedNetOne, Correll served as a graduate assistant at Oakland University. She also worked as a physical therapy technician at North Woodward Rehabilitation in Bloomfield Hills. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree, also from Oakland.
Kurecka, of Rochester Hills, will serve as a liaison between providers and payers and is responsible for planning, implementing, and evaluating new policies and procedures to improve overall quality metrics and improve patient outcomes. Previously, Kurecka served as a graduate assistant performing epidemiology research in the health sciences department. He also interned as an exercise specialist at Botsford Center for Health Improvement in Novi. He holds a bachelor’s of science in health sciences and exercise science, also from Oakland University.