Nancy Ham is chief executive officer of Medicity. The Medicity Network provides the data foundation and integrated workflow solutions to enable today’s population health objectives, including timely clinician engagement, improved transitions of care, reduction in duplicative services and the opportunity for patients to take an active role in their personal health. Medicity is a subsidiary of Aetna.
Nancy has a proven track record of innovative and high energy leadership in establishing, developing, growing and operating private and public health care information technology companies. She joined Medicity in February 2013. Before joining Medicity, Nancy was president, CEO and a director of MedVentive, a provider of performance analytics for accountable care organizations (ACOs) and payers to manage cost, efficiency and quality. MedVentive was acquired by McKesson in 2012. Previously, she served as president of Sentillion, Inc., a leading innovator of identity and access management solutions for more than 350,000 caregivers practicing at over 500 hospitals. Prior to Sentillion, she was president of ProxyMed, Inc., the industry’s second-largest independent medical claims clearinghouse with connectivity to over 450,000 providers, 30,000 pharmacies, 500 laboratories, and more than 1,500 payers. Before ProxyMed, Nancy was responsible for managing more than $50 million in revenue as general manager of institutional and connectivity service Healtheon/WebMD Corporation. Additionally, she served as senior vice president of Business Development and CFO at ActaMed Corporation. She also spent five years in leveraged finance at GE Capital.
Nancy holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Duke University and a master’s in International Business Studies (MIBS) from the University of South Carolina.
Greg LeClaire joined Medicity in September 2012 and currently serves as Chief Financial Officer. Mr. LeClaire possesses extensive senior finance and accounting leadership experience having served as Chief Financial Officer for a blend of startup and NASDAQ traded technology, healthcare and manufacturing companies. He has a successful track record of bringing publicly-traded companies into compliance with Sarbanes Oxley and extensive experience integrating synergistic acquisition opportunities that have become increasingly accretive to business performance. Greg is also skilled at identifying and building strategic business alliances in addition to using financial analysis to identify and better utilize underperforming resources.
Prior to joining Medicity, Mr. LeClaire served as Chief Financial Officer for two different NASDAQ traded companies: ClearOne Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLRO), a communications solutions company and Utah Medical Products, Inc. (NASDAQ: UTMD), a specialty medical device manufacturer where he held a 12-year career serving in a variety of finance and accounting positions before rising to become Chief Financial Officer. Mr. LeClaire also consulted for and served as Chief Financial Officer and VP of Finance & Administration for a variety of early stage/startup companies.
Mr. LeClaire holds a master’s degree in management from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Utah.
Rebecca Little is responsible for leading Medicity’s efforts in Enterprise, Regional and State market segments including strategy, marketing, business alliances and partnerships. Prior to her current role, Ms. Little held a variety of leadership positions within Park City Solutions which was acquired by Medicity in January 2006. Prior to joining Park City Solutions, Ms. Little was employed by a leading healthcare IT consulting and outsourcing firm. Ms. Little has served in various roles in the healthcare information technology field over over 20 years; experience includes interoperability solutions, data warehousing, enterprise-wide integrated clinical and financial systems, and ancillary applications in laboratory, radiology, and emergency department.
Ms. Little participates on the Northern Virginia RHIO Infrastructure Advisory Board, the NHIN Trial Implementation Leadership and Communication Workgroup, is a HIMSS member, and participated on the eHealth Initiative’s Katrina states advisory panel.
As a healthcare industry veteran, Ms. Owen is a dynamic leader with experience developing and implementing technology products and services for medical practices, hospitals, and laboratories. Prior to joining Medicity, she served as Senior Manager of Product Marketing at Avio Corporation, where she led the design of ambulatory clinical solutions for physician practices. Ms. Owen has served as a patient educator and medical recruiter for FHP. She has held many managerial positions, including manager of physician recruiting for Orlando Healthcare Group, manager of license & technical recruiting and manager of plan enrollment for FHP. She received her bachelor’s degree in patient education from the University of Utah.
Will joined Medicity in 2013 as Vice President of Operations Strategy. In this role he serves on the senior management team. Before Medicity, Will served as the Chief of Staff for Accountable Care Solutions (ACS) at Aetna. Launched in 2011, Accountable Care Solutions empowers provider organizations (e.g., health systems, independent provider associates) to realize their strategic visions of value-based care through patient-centered health solutions, an advanced technology suite, and flexible health plan services.
Prior to joining ACS, Will held the role of Deputy Chief of Staff to the Office of the Chairman, CEO and President of Aetna, Inc. Will came to Aetna in 2009 from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts where he held several leadership positions in Finance and Healthcare Services.
Will received his MBA from the Yale University School of Management. He also holds a master’s degree in health care administration and an undergraduate degree in political science from the University of South Florida. Will is also a 2006 Fellow of the University of Massachusetts’ Center for Collaborative Leadership.
Joe brings more than 30 years of experience driving strategy and leveraging technology to deliver innovative products to the healthcare market. Joe joins Medicity from Curaspan Health Group, an industry leader in patient-transition solutions for hospitals, post-acute care providers and payors, where he served as Chief Technical Officer and Senior Vice President. He had been vice president of development at Oracle Health Sciences, which acquired Phase Forward, whose development efforts Joe also led. Previously, he held senior executive positions at Princeton Softech, Davox, and McKesson, which had acquired Health Payment Review. There Joe led development of the industry’s first integrated rules-based disease-management system and delivered a new product line enabling providers to manage the total care of patients, from clinical triaging to utilization management.
Early in his career, Joe worked as a software engineer on mission-critical systems that required a zero tolerance defect rate and 99.9999% system availability. He has a passion for solving complex business problems and delivering quality products in a timely manner.