Amy Amick joined SPH Analytics in 2017, serving as President and Chief Executive Officer and bringing more than twenty years of experience serving the healthcare provider market. Under her leadership, the SPH Analytics (SPH) team is focused on empowering health plans, providers, and healthcare networks with innovative solutions. Amick has an extensive executive track record and throughout her over two decades of healthcare industry experience, she has been recognized for innovative leadership, driving meaningful client impact, top line growth, and operational excellence.
Prior to joining SPH, Amick was President of market-leading Revenue Cycle Management at MedAssets (now nThrive), achieving substantial top line and bottom line growth which culminated in a successful sale to Pamplona Capital Management in 2016. Prior to MedAssets, Amick served as the Chief Operating Officer for M*Modal, helping pivot the clinical documentation improvement company from an outsourced service business model to a technology-enabled service and direct technology company. Earlier in her career she served as General Manager, Worldwide Services at Microsoft where she was responsible for commercial and customer-facing functions across Microsoft’s Health Solution Group. Prior to that she held executive positions within Allscripts and Cerner and client-facing roles at Arthur D. Little, Navigant Consulting, and Owens & Minor.
Amick is also recognized for her mentorship efforts, helping to grow other leaders within the industry. She is honored that her impact in the industry earned her an invitation to the elite C200, an organization, comprised of exceptional C-suite women executives who are recognized by their peers as the most impactful women in business.
Amick received a master of business administration degree from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, and a bachelor of arts degree in political science and leadership studies from the University of Richmond.She lives in the metro Atlanta area along with her husband and son.