COO at Sharecare
Pam Shipley serves as executive vice president, chief operating officer and chief client officer at Sharecare, the digital health company that helps people manage all their health in one place. Bringing more than 30 years of experience in healthcare to her role, Shipley oversees Sharecare’s ongoing operational growth and end-to-end delivery of its comprehensive virtual health platform, services, and solutions. Reporting to Sharecare founder, chairman and CEO Jeff Arnold, she joined Sharecare from Centene Corporation, a Fortune 50 company and leading multi-national healthcare enterprise that is committed to helping people live healthier lives. There, Shipley served as Senior Vice President, Markets, with oversight and responsibility for multiple markets in the South, East, and Midwest regions with P&L accountability for $17 billion in revenue. Spanning her 12 years with Centene, Shipley was responsible for strategy and business development for Envolve. She also led the Provider division, resulting in an instrumental organizational shift to value-based purchasing and innovation. Additionally, she led the Business Implementation Group and IT Configuration Unit, served as Plan President in two markets, and was the company’s first Executive Sponsor for Digital Transformation. Prior to Centene, Shipley held a number of positions at other leading healthcare organizations, including UnitedHealthcare, where she successfully launched a platform for the Project Management Office that would sustain the growth of Medicaid Managed Care at the organization. In 2018, Shipley was chosen by the McKinsey Group to be included in their “Remarkable Women” program, for which a dozen women are selected each year across the world. A passionate advocate for healthcare equity, she served as the executive sponsor for Centene’s women’s Employee Inclusion Group, I.N.S.P.I.R.E., is a member of Women Business Leaders, and sits on the Advisory Board of Nuvo Cares. A mother of nine, Shipley resides in Atlanta with her husband and children.