SVP, Healthcare Partnerships, Practice Lead, Muscular Dystrophy Association
Jeanne Zucker currently serves as the Senior Vice President of Healthcare Partnerships for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) supporting the organization’s mission to transform the lives of people affected by muscular dystrophy, ALS and related neuromuscular diseases. Within her recently created role, Jeanne is responsible for forging new relationships with healthcare organizations across a broad range of industries including pharma, biotech, specialty and retail pharmacy, DME and technology. She is also responsible for developing programs that meet the unique needs of neuromuscular disease patients, clinicians and caregivers centered around education, community awareness, and insights.
Prior to her role with MDA, Jeanne served as Vice President Client Development for Emerging Markets within the Enterprise Division of athenahealth, a leading provider of cloud-based, network enabled EHR, revenue cycle management, and population health services. Jeanne provided service support to many of athena’s largest clients including payers, hospital-based specialty providers, labs, retail clinics, and urgent care operators. Within this capacity, Jeanne served on the Board of Directors of the Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA) and additionally served as an Executive Sponsor for the Convenient Care Association.
Prior to athena, Jeanne held the position of Senior Vice President, Client Relations for InfoMedics, Inc., a health care services organization focused on patient feedback and support programs for the pharmaceutical industry. Before moving into the pharmaceutical industry, Jeanne was with Private Healthcare Systems, Inc. within the managed care industry, where she served in a series of progressive leadership roles starting as Associate Regional Manager and culminating in her role as Vice President, Network Services.
Jeanne holds a degree in Psychobiology and Neurobiology from Wellesley College and resides in Portsmouth, NH. An active member of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA), Jeanne has held numerous roles at the chapter and corporate board level including President elect in 2013, President of the Association in 2014, and now President Emeritus.