Coordinated Health

Amy Nyberg, MBA


Amy Nyberg, MBA

Amy Nyberg, MBA is the President of Coordinated Health. She served as CH’s Chief Integration Officer from 2013 – 2018 and has led the organization’s innovation and growth strategy, including business development, physician integration and clinical process innovation. She is responsible for the overall operations of CH’s healthcare delivery network, including critical support functions in development (facility planning, marketing, business development, clinical integration and quality) and infrastructure (information technology, human resources and supply chain).

Under her guidance, CH has experienced substantial growth by attracting new physicians and establishing new service lines. She has been at the center of the company’s expansion and collaborations in Northeast Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey.  Ms. Nyberg has also introduced innovative approaches to bundling health care delivery that have resulted in high quality patient outcomes and a significant reduction in cost for many common procedures.

Prior to joining Coordinated Health, Amy held leadership positions at Centura Health, the largest Health System in Colorado and Allina Health in Minnesota. Early in her career, she served as a consultant nationally providing expertise in strategy and development, physician engagement, practice management, analytics, and IT implementation and has worked with many of the nation’s largest health systems including Adventist Health System, Catholic Health Initiatives, Cooper University Health Care, and Orlando Health.

After earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature at Arizona State University, Ms. Nyberg earned an MBA in Health Administration from the University of Colorado. She is also actively involved in the community and serves in a leadership role with the American Heart Association and is Chairman of the Board for River Valley Waldorf School.



Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ, BA, English, 1991


University of Colorado, Denver, CO, MBA, Healthcare Administration, 2008