HST Pathways, a leader in cloud-based software systems for surgical centers, has announced the appointment of Nancy Ham, CEO of innovative rehab therapy platform WebPT, to its board of directors. Ham joins as an Independent member of the board to help guide HST Pathways’ rapid growth.
“We are at an inflection point in our journey to revolutionize the ambulatory surgical center market, and we are incredibly excited to welcome Nancy, who has an extensive track record of scaling software companies that serve some of the most complex sub-sectors of the health care industry,” said Tom Hui, CEO and founder of HST Pathways. “With this highly aligned experience, Nancy will join our impressive roster of board members, including investors and operating partners from Bain Capital Tech Opportunities and Nexxus, to advise on our future direction.”
Ham is a highly accomplished healthcare technology CEO with a demonstrated ability to drive exceptional outcomes across the digital health and IT spaces. She joined WebPT as CEO and a board member in 2016 to help scale the most trusted software solution for outpatient rehab therapy providers and expand awareness of physical therapy as an effective, cost-efficient patient care pathway. While in that role, WebPT has reached a 99% retention rate, a 99.99% uptime rate, and 35% market share.
“HST Pathways is an innovator that brings immense value to ASCs by enabling more efficient operations and allowing them to focus on what they do best – delivering more comprehensive, positive patient outcomes faster,” said Ham. “I look forward to working with the HST Pathways team to continue pushing the boundaries of product development, advance its go-to-market strategy and offer guidance on potential expansion into new and adjacent categories.”
She has more than 25 years experience leading health IT companies and was previously CEO of Healthagen Population Health Solutions, an Aetna company, and MedVentive, later acquired by McKesson. Her experience also includes executive roles at Sentillion, ProxyMed, and Healtheon/WebMD.