A healthcare industry veteran with a proven record of success in driving effective IT strategies and operational improvement over many years, Nancy Pratt is now spearheading the next generation of innovations at AirStrip.
Nancy is committed to delivering the level of clinical effectiveness required in a post-Affordable Care Act world while executing the AirStrip value proposition: transforming healthcare through mobility and interoperability, and optimizing operational effectiveness both internally and with clients.
An American Society of Quality Certified Six Sigma Black Belt, Nancy served most recently as Senior Vice President, Chief Quality and Safety Officer at St. Joseph Health. Nancy previously spent ten years as Senior Vice President – Clinical Effectiveness of Sharp HealthCare in San Diego and led the initiative that resulted in Sharp HealthCare receiving the 2007 National Malcolm Baldrige Quality Award. In both positions, Nancy also served on the steering committees responsible for strategic IT decisions.
Before that, Nancy served as Vice President of Clinical Services at CliniComp, Intl., where she supervised product design, implementation, training, testing and quality including technical documentation of newly developed software applications and enhancements.
An experienced manager in cardiovascular care and trauma, Nancy spent more than 20 years as a critical care nurse in a variety of settings. A retired U.S. Naval Reserve Lieutenant Commander, Nancy began her career in the Nurse Corps and led clinical programs and operations at the Medical University of South Carolina and Sentara Health Care.