About Us

HealthMania is organized to assist our clients to enhance revenue, collections, and efficiency in healthcare’s complex environment of regulatory requirements, business imperatives, and information technology.

Our Leaders

Laura Landry, Business Architect and Managing Director

Laura Landry is an effective and efficient business architect with extensive healthcare and executive experience in defining actionable models and products that create value for businesses. Her specialty is working with companies to examine new concepts or identified issues and build the framework to accomplish the intended outcome by working with or building multi-disciplinary teams from disciplines as diverse as such as executive and senior management, business operations, actuarial, engineering, IT, and production support. Laura builds long-lasting relationships based on reliability and trust. She have extensive experience with tailoring program and project methodologies which allows me to provide early value to stakeholders.

Laura’s experience includes serving as Executive Vice President of Interoperability, Interim Chief Executive Officer for Cal eConnect; founder and executive director of Long Beach Network for Health. Notable projects include being a founding memberof the Nationwide Health Information Network. Laura has been a thought leader in developing innovative business solutions that include process improvement and technology development/implementation. She has extensive experience with healthcare operations, chronic care management, quality improvement, health information technology (HIT), privacy & security, business efficiency, public health, and non-profit program development/sustainability. Other relevant work history was serving as the City of Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services Privacy and Security Officer; whe served as co-chair of the California eHealth Technical Advisory Committee’ and was founder and board member of the California eHealth Collaborative.

Martin Devon, Program Management Practice Area Director

Martin Devon is a creative leader who builds teams that tackle the most difficult challenges. Martin has deep business operations and information technology expertise as well as the ability to build engagement around a common goal. This combination has benefited organizations in many verticals. He has served as a senior technology and operations executive for healthcare organizations and Fortune 500 companies in the entertainment and manufacturing industries.

Martin has a unique talent for finding or developing innovative technologies to automate repetitive manual tasks. Notable projects include: development of robots to transfer data from EMRs to quality reporting databases and implementing health information exchange (HIE) for the County of Los Angeles Department of Health Services.

S. Bre Jackson, Healthcare Operations Practice Area Director

Bre Jackson is a dynamic healthcare professional whose brand of service leadership is a critical factor in the success of clients. She brings extensive knowledge of the business of healthcare and its changing imperatives. Most recently, Bre has run a successful consulting practice, and prior to that was the Chief Information Officer at CalHIPSO. Her background also includes being a senior business development executive at Lumetra and regional operations director at a large medical group.

Notable achievements includes being personally responsible for the implementation of thousands of physician office EHRs since 2011, negotiating statewide group purchasing agreements for EHRs, and the increased billings for medical groups and practices of more than $20M.

HealthMania is organized as a Delaware Public Benefit Corporation

We chose to organize HealthMania as a for-profit Public Benefit Corporation. This business structures allows us to protect our corporate purpose of “creating a material improvement in the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of healthcare” by generating economic value in a way that also produces value for society by addressing its challenges. This “shared value” approach connects the company’s success with social progress.