>Archie Mayani

About The Speaker

Archie Mayani

Archie Mayani is the SVP and Chief Product Officer leading Change Healthcare’s Clinical Decision Support business. In her role, she provides product vision and leadership for product development teams delivering evidence-based clinical content through a unified technology platform for payors and providers to drive value-based care. In her prior role at Change Healthcare, she provided product leadership for our global Enterprise Imaging business building the next-generation cloud-native clinical and workflow solutions for Enterprise Imaging. Prior to her current role, she served as the Head for Product and Content Operations at Amazon, the VP/GM for Optum Prevention Business in North America and Global Markets and the Sr. Director for Medicaid for Optum Population Health Management. Archie is passionate about healthcare and global health issues and has devoted more than 20 years to the field. She started her career as a biomedical engineer developing an image-guided spinal surgery application. She progressed through diverse product and business roles at GE Healthcare, Philips Healthcare, and Milliman Care Guidelines. An inclusive and inspirational leader, she is driven by the purpose of healthcare. An engaging orator, she has spoken at healthcare conferences and forums around the world. She has evangelized healthcare products, influenced local and state-level healthcare reform policies, and podcasted on innovations that leverage technology to improve human health and well-being. She holds patents in areas of Image Processing and has been featured in various scientific journals and publications. Archie earned her master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Florida, and her MBA in Mergers and Acquisitions from the University of Warwick, UK. She sits on the Board of National Diversity Council and is committed to promoting women of color in leadership. She is a long-distance runner and is very active in community-based health and education projects.