Pam Shannon

Pam Shannon
Vice President
Population Health Management TriHealth

Pam Shannon is the Vice President of Population Health Management for TriHealth. In this role, she is focused on forwarding TriHealth’s mission of improving the health status of the people TriHealth serves through the emerging approach of population health management, which utilizes a variety of individual, organizational and cultural interventions to help improve the illness and injury burden and health care use behavior of defined populations. Pam’s current focus on population management is transitions in care throughout the TriHealth system, and a system wide strategy to identifying and managing diabetes that is patient centered and outcomes driven. Pam is also responsible strategically for the health and productivity of TriHealth’s 10,000+ employees. Health and productivity management for TriHealth includes a comprehensive wellness program, 3 employee fitness centers, 2 employee health centers, employee assistance, an integrated disability management team, data analytics, disease and lifestyle coaching, complex care navigator program and health condition management, all residing under a branded Healthy Living and Lifestyles strategy. Previously, Pam was the Vice President of TriHealth Corporate Health, the division of TriHealth dedicated to helping employers manage a healthy, safe and productive workforce, serving over 4000 unique employers in the Greater Cincinnati area annually.

In addition to her experience in corporate health, Pam has worked in hospital nursing management, physician services, home care, senior health, and sales development.

Pam has presented in the national forum at conferences such as the IBI/NBCH annual conference, the WHCC, the Ohio Safety Congress, the Florida Health Care Coalition, and the American European Chamber of Commerce on topics of health and productivity, integrated strategies for work site services, population management and health literacy.

Pam received her diploma in nursing from Bethesda Hospital School of Nursing, her B.S. in health care administration from The Union Institute, and her M.Ed. in human resource development from Xavier University, all in Cincinnati, Ohio.