Kelee Petzelt is a Consultant for Point-of-Care Partners (POCP) where she utilizes her skills in identifying opportunities in improving organizational performance in the areas of pharmacy systems, life sciences, and pharmacogenetics / genomics. She also serves as the REMS (Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies) Use Case Coordinator for CodeX, leveraging HL7 FHIR © to exchange data to support the safe use of FDA approved medications.
Kelee is a client-driven professional with a reputation for leading new strategies, sales, and operations excellence, while inspiring and mentoring others to find the best version of themselves. She is recognized for being a business visionary leader bringing over 25 years’ experience with proven success in business development, relational networking, product and business strategies, building strategic partnerships, closing sales, and growing client relationships. She is known for the ability to create new strategic, innovative sales solutions across multiple divisions, effectively motivating divisions, departments, and sales teams, successfully selling and demonstrating products to clients.
Kelee possess strong skills in training and leading high-performing teams and is often recognized for her impressive interpersonal and communications skills, exhibiting self-confidence, being a self-starter and operating with optimism every step of the way. She has extensive product management, new product development and implementation, cross functional leadership, and software development lifecycle experience within healthcare, and has created and implemented several solutions designed for community pharmacy with a strong focus on pharmacogenetics within the stakeholder workflow.
Kelee’s past roles required her to assess and advise on potential impacts to product strategy for key stakeholders, providers, pharmacists, and medical health care payer organizations, Kelee also worked in product and program leadership roles throughout the industry including roles within Omnicell, CoverMyMeds, and Cardinal Health.
Kelee has been actively involved in organizations such as NCPDP, Asembia, NCPA and NACDS. Relative to NCPDP, Kelee was instrumental in identifying the need for the standard development organization to prioritize pharmacogenetics (PGx) – including the creation of a task group focused on standardizing the sharing of critical pharmacogenetics and genomics data. She was recognized for having an outstanding PGx presentation during the 2019 NCPDP annual convention. She is also a part of the NCPDP mentorship program.
Kelee has a BA in Education from Miami of Ohio, Oxford, and a master’s in education from Kaplan University. She lives with her two boys-recently graduated from Maryville College, Matthew, and Mitchell- a Jr. at Lincoln Memorial University – (when they are not playing baseball in college), and her two Goldendoodles Harley and Davidson. While not working, Kelee enjoys traveling, motorcycling, and watching her boys play baseball.