Omnicell Appoints Christine Mellon as Chief People Officer
Omnicell, Inc., a leading provider of medication management solutions and adherence tools for health systems and pharmacies, announced that Christine Mellon has joined the company as Executive Vice President, Chief People Officer. Bringing more than 25 years of human resources, organizational, and cultural transformation leadership, Ms. Mellon will lead human resources functions, employee environments, and internal communications for Omnicell’s global operations.
“I look forward to building a dynamic global team committed to delivering the technology, intelligence, and ‘as a service’ offerings to help our customers navigate the evolving complexities of medication management.”
“As Omnicell continues to transform the pharmacy care delivery model to deliver on the vision of Autonomous Pharmacy, Christine’s role will be pivotal to shaping our people organization to support our business transformation to a technology-enabled services offering,” said Randall Lipps, chairman, president, chief executive officer, and founder of Omnicell.
Ms. Mellon’s responsibilities include talent management, employee culture and engagement, diversity and inclusion, global rewards, business partnering, and real estate.
Prior to joining Omnicell, Ms. Mellon served as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) with CSG, where she transformed human resources into a valued strategic asset and led culture change efforts. She was previously Vice President, Human Capital Management for Oracle, where she consulted with North American CHRO clients, providing human capital strategic support, thought leadership, and HR technology guidance. Ms. Mellon has also served in HR leadership roles for Echostar and Cigna, among others.
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“I’m excited to join Omnicell in its mission to be the most trusted partner for medication management,” said Ms. Mellon. “I look forward to building a dynamic global team committed to delivering the technology, intelligence, and ‘as a service’ offerings to help our customers navigate the evolving complexities of medication management.”
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