Pack Health Welcomes Jamie DeMaria Ph.D. MBA as Vice President of Strategy


Jamie DeMaria, the new VP of Strategy at Pack Health, smiling at camera in blue pullover sweater


Pack Health Welcomes Jamie DeMaria Ph.D. MBA as Vice President of Strategy

February 4, 2019 (Birmingham, AL)  – Pack Health, a leading health coaching company for chronic care management, today announced the addition of Jamie DeMaria Ph.D., MBA to its senior leadership team as Vice President of Strategy. In this new role, Jamie will lead Pack Health’s Business Development and Marketing teams and be a key member of the management team, building on the company’s strategic plan.

Jamie joins Pack Health from WebMD | Medscape, where he led professional and patient education operations.  Jamie will leverage his background in academic medicine, research, and management of global operations, to continue to grow Pack Health.

“Jamie’s expertise will be vital in this time of rapid growth, particularly as we expand our offerings for health systems and the life sciences industry,” says President and CEO Mazi Rasulnia. “His strategic location in Baltimore will also enable him to go deeper with key partners and solidify Pack Health’s presence in the Northeast.”

“The industry is shifting from volume to value. Patient focus has become a critical component of the health care ecosystem,” adds Jamie. “Pack Health provides a missing link for partners across industry verticals to engage patients in meaningful and critical ways to improve outcomes. I’m excited to serve as the VP of Strategy and be leading a talented, impact-oriented team at this pivotal stage in the company’s growth.”

About Pack Health

Pack Health is a digital health coaching company. We help people access the right care and develop self-management skills to improve their health. Pack Health members work one-on-one with a nonclinical Health Advisor, online and over the phone. Health advisors address barriers, like the social determinants of health to help members achieve personal health goals. Results include higher satisfaction, better clinical outcomes, and lower total medical cost. Learn more at

Maggie Belshé