Chris joined Medpricer in 2015. He serves as the Chief Executive Officer and is a member of the Board of Directors. His prior experience is a unique blend of leadership roles in the Cloud Technology, eSourcing, and Healthcare industries.
Prior to joining Medpricer, Chris was CEO of Social Media Information (SMI), an early stage tech company that provides a cloud platform for investigating social open-source intelligence (SOSINT). As CEO, he grew SMI’s revenues by 4 times and customer count by nearly 5 times.
Chris has deep experience in electronic and strategic sourcing. He was an early employee of FreeMarkets (now SAP), the pioneer in electronic sourcing markets. Over six years there, he was VP of Product Management, General Manager Asset Recovery, and Director of Market Making. He doubled FreeMarket’s new solutions revenue each year as VP of Product Management and created one of the largest cloud sourcing software subscription backlogs in the industry. He spearheaded strategic e-sourcing efforts in the automotive, discrete manufacturing, plastics and aerospace industries and was part of the team that took FreeMarkets public in 1999. Immediately prior to FreeMarkets, Chris led client strategic sourcing teams at McKinsey and Company.
Chris’s healthcare experience comes from a global commercial leadership role at Omnyx, a $125 million GE Healthcare / UPMC joint venture focused on digital anatomic imaging. At Omnyx, Chris worked with leading healthcare organizations such as Memorial Sloan Kettering, Stanford and University of Toronto Medical Center. He oversaw Omnyx’s relationship with GE sales personnel in the US, Canada, UK, Germany, Japan, Singapore and Australia.
Chris is a member of the Advisory Team for Othot, a company specializing in predictive analytics. In addition to sharing his leadership experience, Chris helped Othot integrate social media analytics into its predictive analytics platform.
Chris holds an MBA in Finance & Strategy from the Wharton School and a BS degree with high distinction in Chemical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Patrick is an accomplished senior healthcare executive and licensed attorney with extensive experience leading growth-oriented businesses. Patrick joined Medpricer in 2016 as Chief Commercial Officer and is responsible for sales, business development and account management.
With over 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry, Patrick brings a wealth of strategic knowledge in leading the commercialization of healthcare, IT, products and services companies. He has a track record of success in HIT, medical products, outsources services with year-over-year revenue, market share and EBITA increases in private, public and venture backed entities.
Patrick holds Juris Doctorate from the University of Detroit, Mercy School of Law and a BS degree with in Pharmaceutical Management from the University of Kentucky.
James is responsible for the global delivery and operations of Medpricer’s sourcing services and technical operations. He joined the company in 2008 and prior to becoming Vice President of Operations, served as Director of Sourcing.
Operations where he was responsible for the delivery of all sourcing initiatives within purchased services, capital equipment, and medical/surgical contracts.
James is responsible for developing Medpricer’s Purchased Services Sourcing Program, and creating Medpricer’s incumbent-focused ISN™ process. James is pivotal in the development of all new service and technology offerings for the company.
James Bouchard holds a BA in Political Science and Business Administration from Marist College; additionally, James has a paralegal certificate from Marist and earned a certificate of negotiation from Harvard Law.
Mickey is an accomplished technology executive with global experience launching and growing software platforms. Mickey joined Medpricer in 2016 as VP, Products and is responsible for identifying, creating, commercializing…
creating, commercializing, and maintaining Medpricer’s software, service, and information solutions.
Mickey has made his career building great technology products for the enterprise. Most recently as Chief Operating Officer at Mobitor, he was responsible for the design and delivery of two supply chain and field management platforms for healthcare and retail respectively. His customer success teams delivered and implemented solutions to Fortune 500 companies such as Apple, J&J, and Stryker in over 36 countries. Mickey’s deep healthcare domain expertise comes from his time spent partnering with providers, payors, and suppliers to build innovative products for the healthcare supply chain. He started his career at Zimmer East Bay, where as Director of Operations he was responsible for inventory management and pricing negotiation.
Mickey holds a BS in Accountancy and a BA in Finance from Villanova University.
Anton joined MedPricer in 2016 as CTO & VP of Engineering. He is leading the engineering team to create, architect and scale the technology behind MedPricer’s software platforms and product offerings.
Anton brings his experience in building enterprise and consumer software from Qualcomm Inc, Snap-on Inc, Anchorfree Inc and various startups to bolster the services provided by MedPricer. Most recently, as the Chief Technology Officer and VP of Engineering at Mobitor, he was responsible for launching a field management SaaS platform for medical device manufacturers.
Anton holds a BS in Information Technology from American InterContinental University.
Rachael joined Medpricer in 2011 and is responsible for financial reporting and forecasting. She also coordinates the daily operations within finance, accounting and human resources.
Rachael began her career as an auditor with Deloitte & Touche serving public and private clients in the financial services and manufacturing industries. She later worked as a process accountant with PepsiCo, where she focused on the accounting, controls, and financial reporting for bottling production across three facilities.
Rachael is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a BS and MS in Accounting from the University of Connecticut, where she was graduated Summa Cum Laude.
Matt has been a healthcare-focused venture capital investor since 1980. Currently, he is Chairman and Managing Director of Telegraph Hill Partners. He began his venture capital career with Citicorp Venture Capital, where he was VP and a member of the investment executive committee.
Matt later joined Robertson, Stephens & Co. and was partner and Chairman of the Venture Capital Group. In 1991 he formed Mackowski & Shepler, an investment partnership focused on developing life science and medical technology companies and the predecessor to THP. Matt has represented THP on the boards of Kinetikos Medical (acquired by Integra), Ambion (acquired by Applied Biosystems), Aurora Discovery (acquired by NEXUS Biosystems), Interface Associates, Asuragen, Althea Technologies (acquired by Ajinomoto), AltheaDx and MedPricer. Matt received a BA from Duke University and an MBA from The Wharton School.
Jeanette has spent over 20 years in the areas of private equity, mergers & acquisitions, securities law and administration. She is a Partner and the Chief Administrative Officer of Telegraph Hill Partners (THP).
Prior to joining THP, Jeanette worked at Three Cities Research, a private equity firm in New York focused on middle market companies. Her private equity investment activities range from growth equity and leveraged buyouts to going private transactions and bankruptcy auctions. Prior to joining Three Cities Research, Jeanette practiced law at Epstein, Becker & Green P.C. in New York where she focused on corporate and securities law. Before commencing her legal career, Jeanette was part of the M&A department of Société Générale Securities Corporation. She has represented THP on the boards of Interface Associates, AngioScore (acquired by Spectranetics) and MedPricer. Jeanette has a Bachelor of Art degree in Philosophy from Hunter College, City University of New York and a Juris Doctor from Fordham University School of Law.
Rob focuses on healthcare information technology and services as Principal at Telegraph Hill Partners (THP), and supports the team’s efforts in research, transaction execution, and portfolio company operations.
He joined THP from Citigroup, where he worked in healthcare investment banking and acquisition financing. Rob also worked as a summer associate with the law firm of Cravath, Swaine & Moore. Rob currently represents THP on the board of MedPricer. He received a JD/MBA from Northwestern University School of Law and Kellogg School of Management. Prior to graduate school, Rob was a staff accountant with the Securities & Exchange Commission and served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Dominican Republic. Rob received a BS from University of California, Santa Barbara.
Kevin Roche, Founder of Roche Consulting, received a law degree and an MBA from the University of Minnesota. He worked as a law clerk for a federal judge, at the Minnesota Attorney General’s office and at the law firm of Lindquist & Vennum.
He was assistant general counsel at Park Nicollet Medical Center and American MedCenters before becoming General Counsel of UnitedHealth Group, a position he held during the company’s rapid growth and multiple acquisitions. Mr. Roche then founded and ran the Ingenix (now Optum Insight) division of UnitedHealth. After leaving UnitedHealth, he has worked as an investor, legal and business advisor, and consultant in the health care field, including as a principal in Vita Advisors, LLC; as a senior consultant for Triple Tree and as founder of Roche Consulting. Mr. Roche has served on the boards of several companies, including Virtual Radiologics, Genoa Healthcare, Tactile Systems, Medication Management Systems, Oak Street Health, 7Medical and InfoMedics. Mr. Roche researches and writes extensively on health care and other public policy issues. He has extensive experience in health care mergers and acquisitions, having participated in over 70 transactions with sizes up to several billion dollars.
Mr. Roche works and lives in Minneapolis. He is married with three children. Mr. Roche also owns a timber and farming business and enjoys travel around the world.
Les Grant is the Founder of Medpricer, the first dedicated e-sourcing company focusing on the healthcare community. As Founder, he conceptualized, developed and introduced the first cloud-based negotiation platform dedicated to the Hospital and Healthcare Industry in the US.
Prior to founding Medpricer, Les was the National Sales Manager for Oxford Instruments Medical and has over 30 years of front-line experience negotiating sales of capital, medical/surgical equipment and supplies to hospitals and private practices, as well as to buying groups such as Premier, Novation, Kaiser and Tenet. Les’s managerial experience includes Regional Sales Manager for Toshiba, VP of Sales for Corometrics Medical Systems, Inc. and Regional Sales Manager for Siemens. In his management capacity for major medical corporations, Les realized the need for an e-Sourcing platform that eliminated the need for paper bids by allowing suppliers and buyers to negotiate in real time over the internet.
Les is a graduate of Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ.