Over the last fifteen years, I’ve witnessed a progressive change in how data is generated and managed in the healthcare industry. Now, we are at the precipice of a complementary shift in how that data is metamorphosed into intelligence – a metamorphosis catalyzed by products rooted in technology and wrapped with industry expertise. It is a privilege to be part of a company that is galvanizing this revolution and transforming the way that organizations develop and deliver life-altering therapies to patients."
Priya Bhargava serves as the SVP of Product & Customer Engagement for SHYFT Analytics, an industry-leading, cloud-based data management, analytics and insights organization based in Waltham, MA. At SHYFT, she owns, designs, and implements the vision for products derived from the SHYFT’s award-winning platform. Her role also includes oversight of the Customer Success organization, SHYFT’s expert team responsible for managing the relationship with and success of the company’s global customer base.
Priya joined SHYFT in 2012 and has assumed a variety of leadership roles during her tenure. She has helped guide the company towards rapid growth with significant contributions to the Executive, Product and Customer Success teams. In 2015, SHYFT experienced a breakout year citing 100 percent increase in life science customers. A driving factor for the acceleration was SHYFT Quantum, a product that accelerates patient-level outcomes and analytics; a concept driven and created through Priya’s vision and leadership.
Priya has previously been part of five growing startup companies over the past 15 years, acting as a senior leader for the last three. Prior to SHYFT, she served as the Head of Analytics for Phreesia, a patient-centered health care technology company in New York, NY and Vice President of Quantitative Services for MedPanel, a research and consulting firm in Cambridge, MA.
Priya earned her MBA in Entrepreneurship from Babson College as well as a Master’s degree in Epidemiology and Biostatistics from Boston University. She completed her undergraduate studies from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Biology and Literature.