Ann Mond Johnson
Chief Executive Officer, American Telemedicine Association
Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018 • 2:45 PM–4:00 PM
Ann Mond Johnson was named Chief Executive Officer of the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) in February 2018. With 25 years of healthcare leadership and entrepreneurial experience, Mond Johnson’s background includes launching, building and leading companies that have been innovators in using health care technology and data to improve consumer experience and maximize consumer benefit.
Prior to her appointment as CEO of ATA, Mond Johnson served as CEO of Zest Health, a technology-enabled service that enables consumers to optimize their benefits by combining a mobile first solution with access to live support. Under her leadership, Zest solidified its value proposition and doubled its base business in one year. Prior to joining Zest, she served as Board Chair and Advisor to ConnectedHealth, a leading provider of private insurance exchanges. Working closely with the cofounders, she was responsible for strategy and business development as well as evangelizing consumerism and the benefits of exchanges in the media and through industry events.
In 2000, Mond Johnson co-founded and served as CEO of Subimo, a pioneer in healthcare cost and quality transparency tools for consumers. Under her leadership, Subimo’s reach extended to major national and regional health plans (including a majority of the Blues plans) as well as Fortune 500 companies. Mond Johnson raised start-up funds, led the management team through significant growth and positioned the company as a market leader. Subimo was acquired by WebMD in 2006.
Previously, Mond Johnson was Senior Vice President at Sachs Group (now part of IBM Watson/Truven Health), the leading provider of healthcare information for health organizations. She led the product development and operations for the company, providing data and applications for hospital systems, payers and medical device companies. Mond Johnson drove the expansion of the company into new markets (including carriers) and the transition from a desktop software company to a data information company.
Mond Johnson’s ability to inspire and lead diverse teams has helped build both profitable organizations and innovation in the industry. Widely acknowledged as a thought leader, she presents at a range of professional meetings and conferences. Mond Johnson maintains an active professional network and affiliations, including membership in the Healthcare Executive Leadership Network and Women Business Leaders of US Healthcare. She has served on the board of Round Earth Media, a non-profit organization focused on journalism. And she served on the Healthcare Advisory Council for UMB Bank and as an advisor to several start-ups. In 2016 she was inducted in the Chicago Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame.
Mond Johnson graduated from Carleton College and received both her Master’s in Business Administration and Health Care Administration from the University of Minnesota.