HIMSS Executive Institute Leadership Live
Dallas, TX | May 14-15, 2018
Pamela DeSalvo Landis is vice president of information and analytics services at Atrium Health in Charlotte, North Carolina – a $9.2 billion integrated delivery network in the southeastern United States.
Ms. Landis is responsible for overseeing the strategy and implementation of all mobile, web, unified communication, engagement and collaborative technologies for patients, consumers, physicians and employees. Her team leads technology efforts around making it easier for patients and consumers to get access to healthcare services, particularly online and on the phone through voice, mobile, web, portal, and unified communication and collaborative tools. Her team also oversees the development and deployment of teammate-facing tools that enhance and extend the ease of work at Atrium. Her team operates a 24–7 operations service center, manages all field services in more than 900 locations, and optimizes tools for teammates, including Office 365 and other third-party tools.
Prior to joining Carolinas (now Atrium) in 2011, Ms. Landis led digital efforts at Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, Michigan. She also oversaw the implementation of electronic medical record, revenue cycle and quality systems for Henry Ford’s accountable care organization. She also has worked in public affairs at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, and she was a public affairs specialist in Washington, DC and a reporter for Gannett newspapers.
Ms. Landis is a graduate of Ohio University in Athens, Ohio and earned a master’s degree in health informatics from the University of Illinois at Chicago.