Join Matt Holman, Camber Collective, and Gregg Shibata, Echo Health Ventures, as they discuss how recent trends and the current COVID-19 crisis inform where startups and other supportive companies can drive lasting transformation as we navigate an uncertain phase for health care in the US.
Cambia Grove Lunch & Learns, presented by Echo Health Ventures, Intermountain Health Ventures, Epic Ventures and Mountain Pacific Venture Fund take place twice a month, offering opportunities for entrepreneurs to learn about high-value health care topics while enjoying a mid-day snack.
*everyone that RSVPs will receive a follow up email with a recording of the event plus any event materials*
Matt Holman – Partner, Camber Collective
Gregg Shibata – Principle, Echo Health Ventures
Matt Holman: Matt leverages broad and deep healthcare experience to shape and inform transformational strategies for US and global health organizations.
Matt has 15 years of experience in healthcare, including healthcare venture capital at Echo Health Ventures (a joint venture of Cambia Health Solutions and Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina), health plan and life sciences strategy at Monitor Deloitte, and revenue cycle consulting for large hospitals and health systems with Triage Consulting Group.
Matt earned his MBA and MPH degrees from the University of California at Berkeley, and his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California. He lives in Seattle with his wife, two sons, and ill-behaved dog. Matt is also a founding Board member of Tiny Trees, an innovative outdoor preschool model that transforms city, county, state parks into experiential classrooms that aim to improve equity and access in early childhood education.
Gregg Shibata: Gregg was previously the Assistant Director of Strategic Initiatives at Cambia Health Solutions. A graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, Gregg has continued his real-world learning over the past fifteen years by driving local and national programs with partners such as the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, and others. During this journey, Gregg engaged local and national coalitions and stakeholder organizations to support collaborative quality measurement and transparency, payment reform, health information technology, and consumer engagement. He brings this unique policy and program experience to the Pacific Northwest where he is part of a dynamic team that invests and supports the next generation of healthcare innovators.
Prior to his life in health and healthcare, Gregg lived in Okinawa, Japan for four years teaching English to rambunctious children. This experience has (probably) helped him as he now has three children with his lovely wife of seventeen years.