MINNEAPOLIS – July 8, 2019 – OneOme has named Patrick McIntyre, a healthcare executive with more than three decades of experience in management, operations, and finance, as its Chief Executive Officer. McIntyre replaces Paul Owen, who joined to lead the company in 2015 and who will oversee the transition.
McIntyre’s more than 30 years in healthcare management includes work with data-driven startups and Fortune 50 companies. He has experience leading analytics, business operations, and financial functions.
McIntyre’s most recent role was as the President and Founder of Portage Health Insights, a healthcare consulting practice. Prior to founding Portage Health Insights, McIntyre was a Senior Vice President at Anthem, Inc., overseeing enterprise-wide healthcare analytics functions including medical cost management programs governance, medical economics, provider analytics, fraud, waste and abuse analytics, and data science functions. He also spent eight years at UnitedHealth Group, serving most recently as Vice President of Healthcare Analytics.
“As patients demand more personalized care from their healthcare providers, pharmacogenomics will become increasingly more central to patient care,” McIntyre said. “Understanding the correlation between genetics and medications has the potential to reduce adverse drug events, and as a result reduce overall medical costs and improve clinical outcomes, while offering an improved patient experience. I’m thrilled to be in a position to help OneOme achieve this vision.”
“Like other industries, healthcare and diagnostics are going through a significant transformation. OneOme is positioned to be a major player in how pharmacogenomics is defined in the industry and used in patient care,” said Danny Cunagin, OneOme Board member and co-CEO of Invenshure. “Bringing Patrick on will enable OneOme to continue to grow our existing channels while expanding into adjacent markets with significant untapped potential.”
McIntyre is a graduate of Texas Tech University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He received a Master of Business Administration from Winthrop University. McIntyre served on active duty in the United States Marine Corps and then later served in the US Army Reserves.
“It has been an honor and a privilege to lead OneOme,” Owen said. “While we have enjoyed tremendous success as a team, I have no doubt that we are positioned for an even brighter future. Patrick is the ideal executive to move OneOme into its next chapter. His vast experience in healthcare analytics, business development, operations and finance which will help to power our company into the future.”
OneOme was co-founded with Mayo Clinic to bring pharmacogenomics into routine clinical care. OneOme is a privately held company backed by early-stage venture firm Invenshure, LLC and Mayo Clinic.