President & CEO
Dr. Dan Mingle’s personal experience owning and operating a small group family practice in rural Maine gave him first-hand insight into many of the problems that plague our health care system, including bureaucratic inefficiencies and ever-increasing costs.
His quest for a better-functioning medical practice and healthcare system led to join the faculty at Dartmouth Medical School’s Family Practice Residency, where he received advanced training in measuring health care performance and leading change in complex medical organizations. He then served in a leadership role in clinical informatics at MaineGeneral Medical Center and sought additional training and practice in Transact SQL. Along the way he developed a national reputation for quality reporting and in 2008 was named one of nine “Innovators of the Year” by Healthcare Informatics magazine.
In 2012, he founded Mingle Analytics, eager to devote his passions and skills to creating best-in-class products and services designed to help providers and medical organizations thrive in the business and practice of healthcare. Since then, he and his team have worked hard to make Mingle Analytics a fast-growing industry leader by doing what they do best: Transforming healthcare through data-driven solutions.
Neil Korsen, MD, MS
Medical Director, MUSE Collaborative
Neil Korsen, MD, MSc is a family physician/geriatrician with 18 years of practice experience. In 2001, he began working in health services research and quality improvement. In 2016, Dr. Korsen joined the Mingle Analytics team as the Medical Director for the MUSE Collaborative.
In addition to his work at Mingle, Dr. Korsen is currently a physician scientist at the Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation at Maine Medical Center in Portland, ME. His research focuses on behavioral health integration, shared decision making, and healthcare quality. He has received funding support for his work from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the MacArthur Foundation, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Maine Health Access Foundation. He has a number of peer-reviewed publications related to behavioral health integration and has spoken extensively on these topics regionally and nationally.
Dr. Korsen also has worked on healthcare quality measurement nationally. He has been a member of the NCQA Behavioral Health Measures Advisory Panel for more than 5 years. He has participated on AHRQ national expert panels related to Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement and Use of Quality Measures for Performance Improvement.
Dr. Korsen received training from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement in leading learning collaboratives and led many learning collaboratives in Maine. He has also participated and served as faculty for a number of national learning collaboratives.
Dr. Korsen received his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College in 1975, his medical degree from Hahnemann Medical School in Philadelphia in 1979 (now known as Drexel University School of Medicine), and a Masters of Science from the Center for the Evaluative Clinical Sciences at Dartmouth (now the Dartmouth Institute) in 2002.