Connie Sinclair is a seasoned healthcare executive with 25 years experience in product marketing. Prior to joining POCP in 2003, she was Vice President for Product Marketing at WebMD. At WebMD she led the development and launch of new consumer and physician products including WebMD PracticeRx, WebMD Fertility and WebMD Weight Loss Clinic. Much of her career has been devoted to clinical automation for physicians, pharmacists and their patients. She has a particular passion for the advancement of electronic prescribing and medication management and has been a frequent speaker at national conferences on the topic.
Since affiliating with POCP, Connie has helped her clients develop winning product strategies for new and existing clinical applications and clinical content offerings. Her executive experience provides her a keen ability to see the big picture for her client’s business, yet she also provides detailed recommendations regarding product features and functions. Connie has also worked with clients to research state-level regulations and determine their relevance to clinical automation in ambulatory and long term care practice settings.
Before joining WebMD, Connie was Vice President of Implementation at Per-Se Technologies where she managed the implementation of clinical systems. Prior to that, she was Manager of Clinical Information Systems at Kaiser Permanente in Atlanta where she managed the Epic program, lead the managed care system selection process and national radiology information system selection. In 1986 she joined Science Applications International Corporation where she designed and developed clinical information systems for the Department of Defense. The ground-breaking e-prescribing, in-patient pharmacy CPOE and pharmacy management systems that she designed were implemented in 750 military health facilities worldwide.
Connie is a registered pharmacist, having graduated cum laude from Auburn University School of Pharmacy in 1983. In 1988 she received a certificate from in geriatric pharmacy from Mercer University’s Southern School of Pharmacy. She practiced in both hospital and community pharmacy before pursuing a career in healthcare informatics.