Vice President of Health Solutions
As Vice President of Health Solutions, Jen Rosas leads the delivery of solutions designed and developed for the healthcare industry. With over 25 years of experience leading multi-disciplinary and cross-organizational teams, Jen promotes growth while capitalizing on her experience in the public and private sector both a project and program manager. She has managed large-scale, complex system government development projects such as the Department of Defense (DoD) TRICARE Management Activity’s outpatient billing, scheduling, and credentialing systems, She also managed over 800 deliverables a month for the U.S. Family Health Plan data support contract, a $1 billion dollar program. Since 2019, Jen has served the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Electronic Health Record Modernization (EHRM) effort as the Program Manager, the Health Information Exchange (HIE) subject matter expert, and a contract senior leadership team member to provide Independent Validation and Verification (IV&V) services.
Before joining EMKS, Jen worked as a consultant, which included conducting organizational process assessments to improve organizational project management practices, developing standardized CMMI® Maturity Level 3 compliant methodologies, and creating workflows that accommodate both waterfall and Agile methodologies. In the non-profit sector, Jen spent 6 years as the Director for the eHealth Exchange (eHX) for The Sequoia Project, the largest public-private health information network in the country. Under her leadership, the network grew from approximately 33 participants to over 200 participants through the relationships she fostered with federal agencies such as Department of Defense (DoD), VA, Social Security Administration (SSA), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and HIE organizations along with large healthcare systems (e.g., CommonSpirit Health, Dignity Health, Cleveland Clinic) and technology vendors (i.e., Epic and Cerner).
Jen began her professional career working for the Naval Medical Information Management Center in Bethesda, Maryland, as a part-time summer government employee where she continued working as a civil service employee. There she learned the Navy medical personnel system and transitioned to the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission, where she was quickly indoctrinated into project management and database conversion while working on Oracle database migration requirements development.
Jen holds a Bachelor’s in Political Science and German from the University of Maryland Baltimore County, a Masters in Project Management from Keller Graduate School of Management, and a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute. Her diverse background gives her a unique approach to managing both people and processes. By drawing upon all areas of her background and expertise to devise solutions and utilize her multi-dimensional perspective. However, it is her unique ability to approach any situation and create lasting relationships built on genuine trust that enables her to deliver, time and again, beyond expectations.