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Cambia Grove - Virtual

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Please join fellow Cambia Grove Member and Utah Innovation Council person Chris Klomp and his partners at Collective Medical, Wylie van den Akker & Adam Green.

We will jump into an interactive discussion about launching, running, scaling and exiting an interoperability business in health IT while unpacking the lessons learned, challenges and successes in a fun, candid format just for members.

Collective Medical was recently acquired by PointClickCare creating the largest combined acute and post-acute care network in North America.

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This will be an interactive 60-minute discussion.

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BIO: Adam Green

Adam Green is passionate about changing healthcare delivery and ensuring positive patient outcomes, Adam started architecting and coding the Collective network and products over a decade ago. As Engineering VP of Acute and Payer for PointClickCare—which recently acquired Collective Medical—Adam oversees Product and Software Development teams to ensure that we are constantly advancing our capabilities and meeting customers’ needs.


BIO: Chris Klomp, Cambia Grove Member

Chris Klomp is EVP of Acute and Payer for PointClickCare which recently acquired Collective Medical--where he served as CEO--the leading healthcare stakeholder activation and collaboration platform in the U.S. Collective enables real-time provider and payer notifications and coordination at the point of care to support patient care transitions at lower cost with better health outcomes. Prior to Collective, Chris was vice president of Bain Capital North American Private Equity in Boston and was previously with Bain & Company in Dallas and Johannesburg. Chris holds a B.A. with honors in Economics and English from Brigham Young University (2004) and an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business (2011), from which he graduated as an Arjay Miller Scholar. He lives with his ridiculously awesome wife and four children in Salt Lake City, UT where, together, they enjoy all things family, community, and outdoors.


BIO: Wylie van den Akker

Wylie van den Akker is the VP of Innovation of Acute and Payer which recently acquired Collective Medical—which he co-founded and then served as Chief Innovation Officer. As an experienced software engineer with 13 years of emphasis on data security, interface development, and infrastructure, Wylie’s infrastructure stack has connected and ensured the security of over 90 million patient visits between more than 3,500 entities since inception. Along with co-founder Adam Green, Wylie founded Collective in 2005 in an effort to help fix the problem of medically unnecessary hospital admissions. Wylie holds a BS in Computer Science from Brigham Young University.