If you haven’t heard of Drew Madden, he is a managing partner at Evergreen Healthcare Partners, a healthcare information technology company, based in Middleton, WI. The company was founded as a result of the collective efforts of Drew Madden, Rebecca Bottorf, Aaron Friedman, and Jeff Leach. According to the company’s website, Evergreen Healthcare Partners’ business model is based on providing customized healthcare information technology solutions to a wide array of clients, which includes advisory and implementation services.
Drew Madden attended the University of Iowa, where he earned a BSE in Industrial Engineering in 2002; after completing his studies, Madden began his career with the Cerner Corporation in 2002, serving as an Integration Consultant. In this role, Madden was tasked with implementing inpatient clinical applications for two hospitals in the Chicago area; in 2006, he left the Cerner Corporation and joined Ingenix Consulting (formerly Healthia Consulting), a national healthcare consulting firm. In this new role, Madden was responsible for implementing inpatient applications into various hospital systems in the Midwest region of the United States; he would maintain this role from 2006 to 2010.
In an effort to broaden his career horizons, Madden joined Nordic Consulting Partners in the latter part of 2010, serving as the company’s Vice President. In 2011, he took on the role of President, which allowed him the opportunity to excel in a variety of areas like recruiting, consulting operations, and business development. While with Nordic Consulting Partners, Drew played an integral role in helping the company grow its workforce from 10 to over 725 employees and helped increase the company’s number of client partners from 3 to upwards of 150.
These various roles, along with his education, has more than prepared Drew to excel at Evergreen Healthcare Partners; with well over a decade of industry experiences, specifically in the areas of advising EMR projects, optimizing, managing and, etc, he will undoubtedly be a great fit for the organization.