Pamela Evonne Jones has been the president and CEO of Tyger Healthcare, Inc. for the past twenty-three years. Specializing in innovative solutions for hospitals and large single-specialty groups, Ms. Jones has worked with clients throughout the United States and pioneered the usage of clinical outcomes in the measurement of medical quality in managed care contracting. In recent years, Tyger Healthcare has concentrated on issues of medical malpractice assessment, physician recruitment, and integrated heath systems.
Prior to establishing her own consulting company in 1993, Ms. Jones was CEO of a large private practice cardiovascular specialty group in Jacksonville, Florida, where she developed unique cost sharing partnerships with entities as diverse as the United States Navy, the Florida Department of Corrections, and Georgia Pacific Paper Company. Working with Memorial Medical Center of Jacksonville, Florida, Ms. Jones was responsible for the establishment of the first outpatient PET Scan Center in the United States.
Ms. Jones earned her degree in Business Administration from Jacksonville University in Jacksonville, Florida and her M.B.A. with special certification in Health Sector Management from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.
Outside of her healthcare career, Ms. Jones’ interests are politics and philanthropy. She served on the George W. Bush 2000 Inauguration Committee, as a volunteer in the Bush White House V.I.P. Visitor’s Center, and locally as the President of the Republican Women’s Club of Prescott. She currently serves a Trustee of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Prescott and she and her husband support various Holocaust initiatives at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.