Leadership


Jamo founded TAVHealth’s community collaboration platform to connect providers, payers, human service agencies, and community partners to help solve the social determinants of health. He also founded and led Medical Present Value, a revenue cycle company (now Experian Healthcare [EXPN]) and PTRX, a pharmacy benefit management company (now UnitedHealth Group [UNH]). Jamo also co-founded and led Tenzing Health, a division of Vanguard Health Systems.

Prior to his entrepreneurial career, Jamo practiced as a cardiac anesthesiologist. He currently serves as Chairman of the Texas Biomedical Research Institute, and is the former chairman of the Texas Property and Casualty Insurance Guaranty Association. He received his MD from UT Southwestern, trained at Harvard’s Massachusetts General Hospital, and received an MBA from UT Austin.

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Craig was a co-founder and CTO at Medical Present Value, where he was responsible for design, development, and support of all Medical Present Value software products. Prior to MPV, Craig worked at PSW Technologies as both a senior architect and lead software engineer for enterprise-wide, client-server, and distributed software systems. Craig also received several software patents while working at Motorola’s Government Systems and Technology Group. Craig received a BS in electrical engineering from Northwestern University.

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Melinda has over 25 years of experience managing and developing lean process teams in operations, customer service, accounting, finance, and marketing. Prior to joining TAVHealth, Melinda led operations at IMED, Alaris, and Pyxis (Cardinal Health), as well as two medical start-ups. She received a BS in business administration from San Diego State, and is a CPA.

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Clayton was a founder and vice president of Eesis, a business process outsourcing company focused on health care. Continuing in a sales leadership role as a vice president at McKesson, Clayton led a successful team of medication safety and supply chain consultants before joining TAVHealth. Clayton received a BBA in marketing and finance from UT Austin.

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Clayton joined TAVHealth as Vice President of Strategic Development after serving as the National Vice President of Business Development at US Oncology, part of McKesson Specialty Health. Clayton also led operational, sales and development efforts in previous roles at oncology-focused companies such as Vantage Oncology and HealthTronics, where he served as part of the executive teams. Clayton received a BBA in finance from Texas Tech University, Master of International Management from Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management, and holds a J.D. from Southern Methodist University (Dedman School of Law).

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Stacey has over 20 years of experience in psychotherapy and psychoanalytic work in private practice and the application of these concepts in business formation, organizational behavior, and healthcare service. Stacey earned her M.A. at Boston College in Counseling Psychology, a Ph.D. in Counseling at St. Mary’s University, and post-graduate certification in psychoanalysis at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies in New York City.

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Allison brings over 20 years of HR experience to TAVHealth. She began her career as a senior HR specialist at PSW Technologies, an Austin, Texas software services company. She then joined Medical Present Value as an early employee, and there, as vice president of human resources, she directed all aspects of the company’s employee experience. Allison received a BBA with a concentration in human resources from UT Austin.

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Theresa began her career in financial services before transitioning into healthcare. As a Vice President for McKesson, she led top performing teams of medication safety, supply chain, nursing, and pharmacy consultants. She then joined Abbott Diagnostics as an Enterprise Manager, leading multi-disciplinary teams responsible for sales to the largest US health systems. She is currently serving on the board for ACHE Kentucky Chapter. Theresa received her BS in business administration and marketing from Murray State University.

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Katy has worked in accounting, insurance, and customer service roles at United Airlines, USAA, and Gunn GP, LLC. Prior to joining TAVHealth, Katy spent seven years leading financial reporting for seven related companies. Katy received a BBA with a concentration in accounting from UT San Antonio.

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Board of Directors


Jamo founded TAVHealth’s community collaboration platform to connect providers, payers, human service agencies, and community partners to help solve the social determinants of health. He also founded and led Medical Present Value, a revenue cycle company (now Experian Healthcare [EXPN]) and PTRX, a pharmacy benefit management company (now UnitedHealth Group [UNH]). Jamo also co-founded and led Tenzing Health, a division of Vanguard Health Systems.

Prior to his entrepreneurial career, Jamo practiced as a cardiac anesthesiologist. He currently serves as Chairman of the Texas Biomedical Research Institute, and is the former chairman of the Texas Property and Casualty Insurance Guaranty Association. He received his MD from UT Southwestern, trained at Harvard’s Massachusetts General Hospital, and received an MBA from UT Austin.

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Rich McKeown is Co-Founder and Chairman of the Leavitt Partners Board of Directors. He served as the firm’s first CEO from 2009 – April 2017.

In previous roles he served as chief of staff for Mike Leavitt at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). At HHS, he directed and coordinated the activities of the largest department in the federal government, serving as the Secretary’s day-to-day manager for a department that employed 67,000 people and had an annual budget in excess of $840 billion. He also led the negotiations between China and the FDA regarding Drug, Device and Food issues which led to landmark agreements in 2008 and paved the way for the placement of US-FDA offices around the world. From November 2003 until January 2005, Rich served as senior counselor and chief of staff to Administrator Leavitt at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Rich co-authored with Mike Leavitt the highly-acclaimed book titled Finding Allies, Building Alliances.

Prior to his public service in Washington, D.C., Rich served as chief of staff to Governor Mike Leavitt and as commissioner of the Utah State Tax Commission. His background is as a private practice lawyer and educator. Rich received his juris doctorate from the University of Utah and bachelor’s degree from Ohio University.

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Jean-Pierre Millon is the former president and CEO of PCS Health Systems. He then served on the boards of Advance PCS, Caremark and currently CVS Health. Prior to joining PCS, he was an executive with Eli Lilly and Company. His career with Lilly and subsidiaries spanned more than two decades and is highlighted by leadership positions in the United States, the Orient, Europe and the Caribbean Basin. He served as president of Lilly Japan KK and vice president of Lilly Pharmaceutical division in Kobe, Japan.

JP was a special limited partner of Care Capital LLC, a health care venture fund; a co-founder of BLS LLC, an investing entity based in Indianapolis; and is currently a member of the CEO advisory board of Great Point Partners, a Greenwich-based private equity fund. He has served on a number of public companies’ (INFU, CYPB) and private companies’ (Prometheus Labs, Equian, MPV) boards, and is currently serving on the boards of Proove Bioscience and of Portable Genomics. He is also involved with several not-for-profit organizations, covering health care, higher education and international affairs. He holds a degree in mechanical engineering from Ecole Centrale de Lyon and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Business.

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Dick Schlosberg is the former publisher and CEO of the Los Angeles Times, and the past president and CEO of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, one of the nation’s largest philanthropic foundations. He is the former chairman of the board of the Texas Biomedical Research Institute. He serves on the board of the Kaiser Family Foundation, a leader in health policy analysis, health journalism and communications. He served as chairman of the Kaiser board for seven years, the longest board term in the organization’s history.

He currently serves on the board of Edison International and Southern California Edison, where he was elected lead independent director on four separate occasions. In 2015, he completed 11 years service on the eBay and PayPal board of directors. He is also active in numerous civic and professional organizations. Dick graduated from the United States Air Force Academy and is a veteran of the Vietnam War with 200 combat support missions. He received his MBA with honors from the Harvard Business School.