Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Pam Pure, experienced digital health executive and CEO/CoFounder of Posterity Health. And importantly, for many years she has also been a personal friend and mentor to me.
Most successful women find help, advice and guidance from a mentor, someone who cares about you and your success and often removed from the intricacies of current work relationships. Pam Pure has had a storied career as a leader and one of the most powerful women in healthcare. Spanning those years of success, she also had time, or made time, to be a sounding board for career decisions or to help navigate untold number of transitions or complex work relationships. For me, Pam has been one to push my thinking and vision of my career opportunities, often before I realized I was capable – and she wasn’t afraid to coach or point the way.
In this Mentoring Series, I wanted to explore several mentor/mentee relationships – how they work, how each person benefits from the interaction. This series is meant to inspire and encourage women of all career stages to ensure they have someone who is there for them.
As we kick off this Mentoring Series, I do want to say THANK YOU PAM PURE. For all of the advice, support, guidance and friendship throughout the years.
Pam Pure | CEO Posterity Health
Pamela Pure is an experienced digital healthcare executive. She focuses on companies in high growth mode or in need of reinvention.
Her tenure provides her with a unique ability to craft strategic direction and drive operational execution. She is an inspirational executive coach. Market entry and new product launch planning are key areas of expertise.
Pam was actively involved in the rollout of HiTech, the Healthcare IT component of the American Recovery Act, recognized as Atlanta Woman of the Year in Technology and named one of Modern Healthcare’s Top 25 Women in Healthcare.
You can follow Pam on LinkedIn.