Executive Leadership

Paul L Wilder, Executive Director

Paul L Wilder, Executive Director of CommonWell Health Alliance, is leading the organization as it enters a new chapter in its pursuit of empowering clinicians, practitioners and individuals with interoperability services via its robust, nationwide network. With more than two decades of experience in health IT, Paul has held various roles focusing on imaging, clinical informatics, and interoperability.

Prior to joining CommonWell, Paul was Vice President of Strategy & Business Development for Philips Interoperability Solutions. He also spent close to 10 years with one of the largest regional HIE networks in the world, the New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC)—serving as its Chief Information Officer, Vice President of Product Management and Program Director for NYeC’s Regional Extension Center. During his time with the NYeC, he helped nearly 10,000 primary care providers attest to Meaningful Use and solidified the state’s status as one of the national leaders in health IT adoption. Each role enabled him to work and hear directly from providers and end-users of Electronic Health Records (EHRs)—which gives him an important perspective as a leader in health IT adoption and execution.

Prior to joining the NYeC, Paul spent more than a decade in health care with a focus on information technologies at McKesson, Fujifilm Medical Systems and GE Healthcare. Paul is passionate about transforming our health care delivery system nationwide.

Paul received his Master of Business Administration from New York University with a concentration in Finance and Operations. Paul also holds two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Pennsylvania – one from the College of Arts and Sciences in Economics and the other from the School of Engineering and Applied Science in Biomedical Science. He lives in the New York area with his wife, two daughters and their newest family member, their dog Penny.

Liz Buckle, Director of Product

Liz Buckle, Director of Product at CommonWell, is responsible for overseeing the execution of the Alliance vision and roadmap both with the expansion of new use cases and enhancing existing ones.

Liz’s journey into the health care and technology space began many years ago, when she worked at her dad’s cardiology practice in Parkersburg, WV. There, she helped the practice transition from paper charts to their first electronic health record.

Liz was the Product Manager of Interoperability Solutions at Greenway Health, one of the founding members of CommonWell, where she was the P&L owner for all interoperability solutions including Greenway Exchange, CommonWell, Direct Messaging, APIs, and medical device integration. While in this role, Liz was responsible for overseeing the development and integration of CommonWell services into the Intergy platform. She also served as the Deployment and Utilization Co-Chair for CommonWell.

Liz received her Master of Arts in Communication from Missouri State University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication with a focus on Healthcare and Organizational Communication from Ohio University.

Liz lives in Wilmington, NC, with her two children and black lab.

Erin Lippincott, Director of Marketing

Erin Lippincott, Director of Marketing at CommonWell, is an award-winning, strategic communications leader with 15 years of experience working with providers, tech companies, investors and the public in the ever-changing landscape of health IT.

Prior to joining CommonWell Health Alliance, Erin managed communications for New York State’s largest HIE, the New York eHealth Collaborative, where she designed outreach for the Regional Extension Center’s provider adoption drive, created the launch campaign for the New York Digital Health Accelerator and debuted the NYeC Digital Health Conference & Gala. Previously, she managed communications at Public Hospital District 1 in Seattle (now of UW Medicine), where she assisted the large hospital network with an EHR roll out as well as created campaigns to launch its Neuroscience Institute, grow business for the Northwest’s 1st dedicated joint replacement center and convince voters to pass a levy to build a new ER facility.

In her early career, Erin was a theatre critic for NYC’s Show Business. More formatively, she then wrote for The New York Times, which is where she learned to delve into facts and find the real story.

Erin has a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Boston College. She currently lives in Brooklyn, NY, with her husband and small rescue dog Nana.