Sandy Bell

Member Engagement Director

Throughout Sandy’s career she has demonstrated success in progressively accountable roles.  Starting as an individual contributor advancing in operations and program management to Director, Organizational Readiness Deployment for the enterprise wide electronic health record implementation. She has deep experience and has demonstrated success in leading significant organizational change and business transformation initiatives. She has developed a reputation for training and coaching new change facilitators as well as creating comprehensive change management plans that focus on business and human behavioral objectives. Success is a result of disciplined practice that includes engaging effective sponsorship, addressing stakeholder impacts, behavioral factors evaluation, communication, training as well as providing performance feedback against KPIs with effective reinforcement strategies to sustain change. Sandy has an enthusiastic and positive style and she also is a trusted manager and accountable business partner with strong presentation, verbal and written communication skills.

Sandy currently works for Slalom Consulting and is honored to work with colleagues whose focus is on designing and executing strategies and systems to help our clients solve some of their most complex and interesting business challenges. They put people first. Every individual who joins us becomes part of our fabric, weaving their talents and perspective into the greater whole of who we are. 

Before joining Slalom she spent a year with Cigna HealthCare and 36 years with Providence Health and Services. In both her focus was process improvement and change management, supporting the implementation of electronic systems that would provide better information for decision-making, improving the health of communities and delivering better affordability. 

Sandy has been an active member of the ACMP Northwest Network since 2012 and is looking forward to serving you, our members, as the Member Engagement Chair.