Prior to joining HealthMEDX, Pam spent eight years at McKesson, serving as executive vice president, president of McKesson Technology Solutions, the largest healthcare information technology/services business in the world. During her tenure at McKesson the business grew from $900 million in revenue to $3 billion and margins increased by over 84 percent. Prior to joining McKesson she served in multiple executive roles in operations, product management, marketing, and development. Pam has held senior leadership positions at IDX and Shared Medical Systems and ran Channel Health a start-up company focused on physician EMR technology that was ultimately sold to Allscripts.
Pam was actively involved in the development and rollout of HITECH, the Healthcare IT component of the American Recovery Act. She provided congressional testimony supporting the use of HIT to reduce medication errors. She has been recognized as Atlanta Woman of the Year in Technology and as one of Modern Healthcare’s Top 25 Women in Healthcare.
Pam serves on the Board of Change Healthcare where she chairs the compliance committee. She is also on the Board of M*Modal.
Pam has a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Pam makes every day matter by serving on the UNC School of Public Health Board, where they focus on public health issues.