S. KAY WATKINS-WEAVER

S. KAY WATKINS-WEAVER

Professional history and expertise​
Kay brings over 20 years of senior level management and business development experience in the healthcare space. She has been successful defining and executing sales, reimbursement, and marketing strategies to accelerate revenue and strengthen market positioning in startups, turnaround and expansion environments. In-depth knowledge of the wound care space, launched the first NPWT device and obtained the HCPCS code . Secured contracts with payors, health systems, long term care groups, and national home health chains.
Prior to joining Omeza she worked for an early-stage healthcare technology platform. Kay was instrumental in bring more than 15 medical companies and publications to the platform, she then turned her attention to onboarding HCPs into the platform both on an induvial as well as corporate level engagement. She also partnered with multiple healthcare associations. In 2022 Kay joined Relevate Health as a Senior Health System Strategist as an SME she focused on market insights, key themes, actionable insights, and strategic recommendations.
Kay joins Omeza as a member of senior management to support the sales team, key areas of focus will be sales pipeline development, strategic planning, and partnership development. This role will also include team leadership and development, financial analysis and planning, last but not least industry networking .

Background and daily life​
Kay attended Cleveland State University where she majored in Psychology; she resides in Roswell Georgia with her husband Albert.
She is a consultant for HRSA Health Resources and Services Administration and has presented to the Florida Legislature on Healthcare Expenditures. She is a member of several healthcare associations both state and national.
When not working Kay enjoys entertaining family and friends. She has a love of restoring mid-century décor, and vintage shopping. She supports Every Woman Works an organization dedicated to helping women enter or re-enter the work force, by performing mock interviews and donating apparel so that these women can feel confident and well groomed for their real-life interviews. She also is a huge fan of classic movies and TV shows.  ​