Samm Anderegg

Austin, Texas, US

Samm's Skills
Business Development
Product Management
User Experience

About Samm

Pharmacist with a passion for tech, music, outdoors, and travel. I <3 data and think we can change the patient experience (which is absolutely terrible) using technology. The healthcare industry is behind the rest of the world by 15+ years. Looking for like-minded folks who want to create something incredible...and make traditional healthcare software seem like Windows 95 (it's actually pretty close to that, anyhow).

Have an MVP out there with a couple paying customers; business plan and solid revenue model for the next iteration (, looking for tech partners with a heart for design to collaborate with. Based in Austin, TX, but haven't put down roots. Let's make some moves!


"The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them." - Einstein

Work Experience

Health IT Consultant

Pharmacy HIT Collaborative

July 2013 - Today

My main project is developing a standardized set of documentation codes (SNOMED CT) to standardize pharmacy clinical documentation for implementation into certified Electronic Health Records and third-party health information technology products. The codes will allow patient care plans to be shared via Health Information Exchange (HIE) networks and demonstrate value via quality metric reporting.

Pharmacy Manager, Oncology & Ambulatory Care

Augusta University Health System

August 2013 - February 2016

As Pharmacy Manager for Oncology & Ambulatory Care, I was in charge of pharmacy operations including management of 17 FTEs, our Cancer Center Pharmacy, Medical Office Building Pharmacy, Georgia War Nursing Home, clinical services in 6 outpatient specialty clinics, and revenue cycle management. Accomplishments include revamping the ambulatory pharmacy revenue cycle management process, co-led start-up of specialty pharmacy services across the enterprise on pace to gross $12.0M annually at 50% profit margin, co-led business case to open a new retail pharmacy with projected revenue of $4.7M annually, and negotiated a 6% price decrease for granulocyte-colony stimulating factor purchases with projected savings of $50,000 annually.

Clinical Assistant Professor

University of Georgia College of Pharmacy

August 2013 - February 2016

In my academic role, I delivered didactic lectures, participated in research, and served as a preceptor for residents and students.

Pharmacy Resident

University of Kansas Hospital

July 2011 - June 2013

Completed two years of residency training. The first year was clinically focused followed by a second year of management training, much like an administrative fellowship. I completed Masters degree courses in the evenings during this time.


University of Iowa


2005 - 2011

University of Kansas

MS, Pharmacy Administration

2011 - 2013


Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist

Board of Pharmacy Specialties, License #3120061

Practice-Based Teaching and Precepting Certificate

Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)