Sarah Butler

Rimrock Health LLC

Sarah Butler is a healthcare executive with experience leading Sales, Marketing, Operations, Advisory Services and Product solutions. She currently advises several companies focused on improving the US Healthcare system including a growing healthcare consulting firm on its sales and growth strategy, a digital health company on its growth strategy, and a pharmacy business focused on digital expansion.  As an accomplished public speaker, Sarah presents regularly to audiences looking to understand key trends in the healthcare environment.

Previously, Sarah served as President of the Life Sciences business at Truepill, where she was responsible for developing a Go-To-Market strategy for Truepill’s pharmacy, telemedicine, and diagnostics businesses in addition to building a sales and marketing organization focused on the Life Sciences customer segment. Prior to Truepill, Sarah spent nearly twelve years at Avalere Health (an Inovalon company) where she led Sales, Marketing and Operations for the firm – leading a team of over 70 people and managing a P&L approaching $100m in revenues across Life Sciences, Payer, Providers, and Financial Services customers. Sarah is an experienced growth leader and team builder with an excellent track record of delivering results. In addition, as a subject matter expert, Sarah specializes in evidence-based medicine, value-based contracting, and strategy development.

Prior to joining Avalere, Sarah held positions at the Cato Institute, the Brookings Institution, McGuireWoods LLP, and Goodell, DeVries, Leech & Dann LLP. Sarah is on the Board of HealthWomen, a non-profit focused on delivering evidenced-based resources for women. She was previously a founding Board member for ShareBaby, a non-profit focused on giving women and children the best start possible in the Baltimore metro area.

Sarah has an MHS in Health Policy from the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health and a BA in History from the University of Richmond.

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