Jami Doucette Joins Premise Health in New Leadership Role
Health Care Industry Leader Joins Largest Worksite Health and Wellness Company as it Accelerates Growth and Innovation Initiatives
BRENTWOOD, Tenn. – Jami Doucette, MD, MBA, has joined Nashville-based Premise Health to lead its growth and innovation strategies during a time of unprecedented demand for worksite and near-site health centers.
Doucette will be based in Nashville and serve as the Company’s leader of growth, strategy and product, a newly created position at Premise Health. He will be responsible for accelerating the organization’s care delivery model into additional markets and revenue opportunities.
“Jami and Premise Health are a perfect fit. Jami’s entrepreneurial experience in health care, successful track record in developing and executing growth strategies, and his result-oriented approach makes him the right executive at the right time for us. The range of opportunities in our industry is broadening, and Jami will help us leverage our core strengths to develop additional revenue sources,” said Stu Clark, CEO.
Most recently, Doucette served as leader for Paladina Health (a DaVita subsidiary) where he was instrumental as a core member of the executive team responsible for long-term strategy and growth.
Prior to Paladina, Doucette was CEO and founder of ModernMed, Inc., a health services company providing direct primary care through employer-based, onsite clinics and private physician offices. ModernMed was acquired by Paladina Health and Doucette subsequently led the merger and integration efforts. He began his career as an angel investor focused primarily in the health care and technology sectors.
“I am excited to join Premise Health and be a part of a progressive organization focused on activating solutions that deliver a better health care experience. I look forward to working with the team to evolve and improve our business practices, our care model, and the value we bring to our patients and clients,” added Doucette.
Doucette graduated cum laude from Duke University with degrees in biology and economics. He went on to complete his MD and MBA in Health Management at Tufts University School of Medicine.