HDMS leadership

To help you stay ahead of industry trends, our leadership team is always looking to the future. Our strategic priorities focus on expanding speed and efficiency, data availability, core feature build out, and deploying innovative guided analytic solutions – all to help you keep ahead of the changing marketplace and priorities.

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Rob Low

President & Chief Executive Officer

Rob Low is President & Chief Executive Officer of HDMS and responsible for the strategic, operational and financial performance of the business.

Prior to joining HDMS, Rob was Vice President of Data Management Services at Aetna where he oversaw the infrastructure, applications and business requirements for its enterprise analytics platform.  As part of his work at Aetna, Rob led data and analytics integration work for the proposed merger with Humana and also helped transform marketing and customer insights through the expansion of analytics technology.

Earlier in his career, Rob was a leader in the Strategy and Transformation consulting practices at Cap Gemini and BearingPoint in both the USA and Europe. Rob received his Master’s degree from The London School of Economics.  He also holds other degrees and awards from The Kellogg School of Management, The University of Pennsylvania and The University of St. Andrews.

Marilyn Schlein Kramer

Senior Vice President, Customer Experience

Marilyn Schlein Kramer is Senior Vice President of Customer Experience at HDMS. She has first-line responsibilty for all customer-facing activities. 

Prior to joining HDMS, Marilyn was Deputy Executive Director of the Massachusetts Center for Information and Analysis where she was responsible for the use of the Massachusetts All Payer Claims Database by state agencies and academic researchers. Earlier in her career, she served as CEO/President of DxCG (now Verscend). She helped transform DxCG from an academic consulting firm to a leading health care analytics firm serving more than 250 health plan, provider and employer customers. Marilyn also served as Chair of the National Association of Health Data Organizations (NAHDO) and was founding Executive Director of the Partnership for Healthcare Excellence.

Marilyn received her MBA from the Booth School of Business of the University of Chicago and her BA magna cum laude in Economics from Harvard University where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa

Mark Magnuson

Vice President, Chief Technology Officer

Mark Magnuson is Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Health Data & Management Solutions, Inc. (HDMS). He has more than twenty years of operational, application development, and management leadership experience in the healthcare informatics industry.

Prior to joining HDMS, Mark was a Vice President at Solucient, L.L.C. where he directed the operations and application development activities for the Managed Care division. He has also served as a Principal at William M. Mercer in the National Healthcare Analysis Unit, directing the development of the CHAMP product which was used by both clients and local Mercer offices.

Mark has designed and implemented operational procedures and practices for collecting and processing healthcare data in ways that maximize the value of the information for data analysis. He has also contributed to the development of the first national data warehouse in the Worker’s Compensation market that integrates policy, claims, payment transaction, and medical detail from more than 40 national insurance companies nationwide.

Mark received his BA in Computer Science from North Park University in Chicago, Illinois. He is a Fellow of the Life Management Institute, Life Office Management Association (LOMA).

Keith Wilton

Vice President, Product Management

Keith Wilton is the Vice President of Product Management. He has over 15 years’ experience in Product Management with an emphasis on creating and deploying complex software applications. Keith joined HDMS in March 2016 after serving as Vice President of Product Management at Backstop Solutions, a leading player in the Alternative Investment space. Prior to Backstop, Keith ran product management for an arm of Morgan Stanley, and for other organizations. Keith received his Bachelor of Science from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

Pamela Fowler

Vice President, Marketing

Pamela Fowler is Vice President, Marketing which includes responsibilities for corporate marketing, product marketing and communications.

Pamela’s career spans over 25 years including more than 18 years in Health IT.   Recently, she was Vice President of Marketing at Aptus Health (Merck), a company providing digital engagement and analytics to global life science and provider companies. Prior to that assignment, she was Global Healthcare Evangelist at CA Technologies where she developed the corporate healthcare strategy, vision and product offerings.  Pamela has had executive leadership positions in sales, marketing and delivery at HP, Coopers & Lybrand/PwC and Medicalogic/GE Healthcare.

Pamela earned a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University, a Masters of Business Administration from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and attended the Continuing Professional Education Program at Harvard School of Public Health.  Pamela was a Board of Trustee for six years at Northwest Hospital/UW Medicine (Seattle) and on the Advisory Board for State of Washington’s Health Insurance Exchange.

Robert Corrigan

Senior Director, Advisory Services

Rob has over 30 years working with health plans, benefits administrators, self-funded employers and healthcare providers as a senior executive and strategy consultant to successfully execute new product launches, financial management and strategic growth initiatives. Rob’s experience spans the continuum of healthcare stakeholders working with Advocate Health, large and mid-size self-funded employers’ to design benefit plan strategies at CoreSource, Coventry, CHAMPUS Tricare and Federal Employee Health Benefit plans, as well as, strategy consultant for BlueCross Blue Shield, Oliver Wyman Health & Life Sciences and regional health systems to launch coordinated care pilots.