Centerstone Research Institute, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving behavioral healthcare through research and technology, recently appointed Jason Luellen, PhD, as its first Senior Fellow, a designation for technical and mathematical experts who are instrumental to the organization’s growth and expansion.
As Senior Fellow, Luellen will develop the strategy and vision to advance technical, analytical and research programs from concept to sunset. He also will serve as a thought leader for Centerstone Research Institute and foster strategic partnerships to support the institute and its initiatives.
“We are delighted to name Dr. Luellen as our first Senior Fellow,” said Tom Doub, PhD, CEO of Centerstone Research Institute. “He has been a tremendous asset to the Centerstone Research Institute team, leading innovations in analytics that are helping us improve the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare delivery.”
About Dr. Jason Luellen
Luellen has been with Centerstone Research Institute for seven years, most recently serving as manager of analytics in research and technology. In this role, he supervised staff and contractors under the research and technology division of analytics. He played an integral role in the design of Enlighten AnalyticsTM, a behavioral health business intelligence platform that helps behavioral health organizations harness the power of their data to reduce costs, improve operations and enhance patient care.
He also served as senior statistical analyst at the research institute where he led a number of technical projects for the evaluation division and data analytics department, and provided consultation and statistical training to program evaluators.
Prior to joining Centerstone Research Institute, Luellen held research roles at Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College of Education and Human Development and Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He earned a doctorate in psychology from the University of Memphis and a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Middle Tennessee State University.