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Jan Berger, CEO, Health Intelligence Partners

Jan Berger is a senior executive with significant board and board leadership experience, an author, chief executive officer, and Fortune 100 corporate officer. Jan has proven success in public, private and government service over the last 30 years in both healthcare and consumer goods/services. In 2009 Jan founded Health Intelligence Partners as a global consultancy.

In addition to her consulting, Jan offers her experiences and insights through her participation on healthcare, veterinary and consumer product boards. She presently sits on the boards of GNS Healthcare (Lead Independent Board Member, Chair of Compensation, Member: Audit Committee); Tabula Rasa (Member: Nominations, Audit, Governance), and UCB Pharmaceuticals. Jan previous board experience includes: Cambia Health Solutions (Audit Committee, Health Services Committee)Voluntis (Chair, M&A/Strategy Committee, Compensation Committee), Care Core National (Member: Audit Committee, Compensation, M&A/ Strategy), AccentCare (Chair; Compliance Committee, Member: Compensation Committee), Chip Rewards, Qliance, C3, University of Arizona School of Pharmacy, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Western Conference Board of Directors and Rx-Ante. Jan’s consumer focused boards have included Savor Health, Care Heroes and Whiskerdocs, a veterinary telehealth service company.

Prior to founding Health Intelligence Partners, Jan served as Executive Vice President, Chief Clinical and Innovation Officer for CVS Health. During that time, she was a corporate officer and on the executive team with responsibility for a $500-million-dollar business unit. Jan’s expertise in both healthcare and retail consumer behavior led to several new service lines and increased revenue for her division from 35 million to over 500 million dollars. In 2016, Jan was recognized by Crain’s Business Chicago as a Notable LGBTQ Business Executive

Jan has recently released, Re-Engaging in Trust: The Missing Ingredient in Fixing Healthcare. As the author of five books, Jan is considered a national thought leader on the importance of creating trust as a foundation in an organization’s corporate sustainability strategies.