With over 15 years of experience in population health and healthcare analytics, Kam provides clients with leadership and subject matter expertise to improve, expand, and redefine their population health and care management strategies and services. Examples of her past projects include leading strategic planning development for care delivery models in the ambulatory and home care spaces, developing playbooks to implement care management programs in new service areas, conducting assessments to identify models of care improvements, and developing a data warehouse to support operational, financial, and clinical reporting for an end-of-life care management program.
She has expertise working with medical groups, health plans, and healthcare systems to achieve their business goals by interpreting and translating complex data and analytics into actionable strategies and business processes. She often serves as a liaison between business and IT teams to support efficient planning and implementation of strategic initiatives. Outside of work, Kam enjoys cooking and is a competitive tap dancer. Kam holds a Master of Philosophy in Epidemiology from Yale University, a Master of Public Health from Tulane University, and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Spelman College.
- Integrates business strategy, leading practices, and regulatory requirements to drive operational transformation
- Brings background in population health and care coordination redesign and optimization strategies along the care continuum
- Deep expertise in developing risk-based methodologies to measure operational performance and ongoing quality improvement