Julie Murchinson, Partner, Transformation Capital
Julie Murchinson joined Transformation Capital in 2020 after 6 years as the Chief Executive Officer of Health Evolution, the premier industry convener of health care’s most influential leaders. Julie built Health Evolution to inspire forward-thinking strategies and scalable solutions in health care, and into an unparalleled brand and growing, profitable business.
During her career, she has held leadership roles in health IT policy and strategy consulting, a growth-stage company through IPO, a private equity firm and a non-profit organization. Julie pioneered early health IT adoption methodologies, built special-interest collaborations, and developed perspectives on privacy, security, and consumer rights in health care delivery, health information technology, community-based health, consumerism, and philanthropy.
Prior to Health Evolution, Julie was Managing Director at Manatt Health Solutions where she concurrently co-founded the Health 2.0 Accelerator, a not-for-profit to advance consumer-centric health care. Manatt acquired Object Health, a boutique management consulting group Julie co-founded and led. Previously, she was Vice President of Services at CareScience, a Senior Associate with Deloitte Consulting and launched her career with Ernst & Young.
Julie serves on the Board of the National Committee for Quality Assurance and Health 2.0 Advocates, Board Observer for DexCare, and on the Advisory Board for Prealize and Going Digital: Behavioral Health Tech conference. She is on the Life Science Council of Springboard Enterprise and is also a member of the Board for Eaglebrook School and on the Leadership Council for Franklin & Marshall College.
Julie received her MBA in Healthcare and Operations Management from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA and her BA in Business Management & Accounting from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, PA. Julie longs for the next scuba diving and travel adventures, loves to continue learning the game of tennis and lives in the bay area with her husband and two children.