THE VIVLIO HEALTH TEAM
The Vivlio Health team has a collective 200+ years of experience providing leading edge technology solutions to the healthcare community. This has allowed our clients to power their organizations to drive productivity gains within their staff, drive increases in revenue, and ultimately allow healthcare organizations to re-invest precious healthcare dollars back into their local communities to care for patients. Our passion for contributing to patient care transcends our work at Vivlio Health and drives us to continuously create and innovate.
MATTHEW HALKOS, CEO
Matthew has spent his entire career in healthcare IT, in a variety of sales, marketing, and leadership roles.
When Matthew is passionate about a subject or a mission, he pursues it with vigor and intensity. If the problem is not difficult enough to untangle, he tends to get bored and uninterested. Fortunately, the US healthcare system is immensely complicated, so this has kept him engaged for the last 26 years and has led him to his latest venture, Vivlio Health.
His longest career engagement was with Navicure (2002-2017), a cloud-based revenue cycle clearinghouse, where he built and led the sales organization from pre-revenue to over $100 million in annual recurring revenue. This growth was all organic, with no acquisitions occurring during this time period. Under his leadership, the company sold twice, in 2009 and in 2016. Matthew departed Navicure in 2017 while retaining ownership in the firm – the business sold again in 2019 for a valuation of $2.7 billion.
While Matthew’s primary area of expertise is building and scaling large sales and marketing organizations and the monetization of excellent products, his long history in healthcare has allowed him to contribute deeply to product ideation and product development. He helped develop and launch several products while at Navicure/Waystar and again at his next two engagements Office Practicum, a cloud based pediatric EMR and QGenda, a cloud based physician scheduling application, recently valued at $1 billion in June 2020. These collective experiences led him to his latest venture, Vivlio Health, where he serves as CEO and founder.
Matthew graduated from the University of Virginia in 1994 with BA in Foreign Affairs, and a minor in Spanish.
If you are not failing some, you are likely not succeeding ever.
I’m a Spotify addict and love all kinds of music from the 1950s to present.
ADDISON PERRYMOND, CPO
As CPO, Addison oversees product strategy and development, as well as design and research.
Addison has a natural sense of style and inherently knows what fits together. As a result, he ingeniously whips up a great user experience on our platform.
Prior to this role, Addison co-founded metafour, a successful creative + consulting agency, where he led engagements with Waystar, a fortune 500 company, the American Heart Association and the Tim Tebow Foundation.
Previously, Addison spent over 20 years in the Healthcare IT industry in a variety of senior leadership roles with companies like Navicure, Change Healthcare, and Streamline Health. He successfully led product teams nationally and internationally to launch next generation products, lead M&A product integrations, and take legacy products beyond market parity.
Addison received his Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Shorter University in Rome, GA.
My moto on leadership + building product: Excellence over perfection. Active listening over passive feedback. Empathy + meaningful collaboration is vital, because building great software is a team sport.
I am secretly aspiring to be a SoulCycle instructor and sommelier.
Elizabeth has spent most of her career helping early-stage companies turbocharge exponential growth. At Vivlio Health, she serves as the Chief Operating Officer where she is responsible for driving growth and enabling scale for the business through strategy and operations. She is passionate about building companies, integrity, commitment and teamwork.
Elizabeth earned her stripes over the last two decades of her career as an executive within fast-paced, innovative companies; an operator in high-growth, B2B SaaS and B2B businesses specializing in fintech and most recently, digital health. Her functional expertise includes strategic planning, operations, sales, B2B marketing and data analytics. Her prior roles over the last 20+ years have been in C-suite positions where she played an integral role in over five successful exits in multiple early-stage companies, helping these organizations grow from several million to over $500M+ in value.
Elizabeth received her Master’s in Business from Emory University with a concentration in data analytics and her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia. She has served on several boards including Valor Ventures, Boys and Girls Club of Atlanta, and most recently Emory University.
“Life is a daring adventure or nothing at all” – Helen Keller
I play word scramble games daily and have a long winning streak on wordle! I am also an avid traveler and foodie.
KEN BRADLEY, Chief Health Innovation Officer
Ken has spent his life clearing the way for the ultimate connections of data. Ken’s responsibility is to help ensure Vivlio remains in front of statutory and legal requirements and help establish partnerships and relationships to bring practical, seamless interoperability to the healthcare community and their patients. Ken works closely with standards organizations and monitor industry initiatives to inform, guide, collaborate and project future needs for Vivlio and its network.
Ken’s gray hair is attributed to the 30 plus years working in healthcare. Prior to Vivlio, Ken co-founded Navicure, a SaaS medical practice revenue cycle management company. Established in 2001, before merging with Waystar, Navicure had over 100,000 billable providers and consistently maintained first or second in KLAS rating. At Navicure, Ken help build data exchange processes that connected thousands of providers, payers and health IT vendors. Before founding Navicure, Ken led the development a claims management clearinghouse at NDCHealth’s Provider Healthcare Transaction Group.
Ken graduated from Purdue University with a bachelor’s degree in Systems Analysis and a minor in Business.
“Be good to your word.” — Paul Bradley
I love to travel not only to experience other places but also perspectives.
STEVE LAMBERT, Chief Technology Officer
Steve is naturally curious about how things work and a bit of a tinkerer. So naturally, he’s the one working behind the curtain to make sure the magic happens. As the Chief Technology Officer at Vivlio Health, he is working to ensure new product is delivered quickly and efficiently to meet the needs of our customers. And, since he likes to make sure things don’t break, he is focused on the security, cost and scalability of the Vivlio Health application.
Steve received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology in 1993 from Kennesaw State University. After this, he spent a decade working in telecommunications as an engineer.
In 2000, he earned a Master’s degree in Computer Science, also from Kennesaw State University. This facilitated his transition from telecom to software. He has channeled his skills as an engineer, manager and architect.
I haven’t encountered a technical problem yet that could not be solved. Sometimes you go through it, sometimes you go around it, but you can always get where you are going if you really want to.
I share a birthday with my wife and two of her siblings. It makes it very easy to remember :).
JENNE MEYER, VP of Marketing
Jenne’s mantra is innovation happens at the intersection of creative and scientific approaches. She has an uncanny ability to fully use both the analytic and creative sides of her mind. With a Ph.D. in consumer behavior, she often pushes the envelop and provokes deep debates. As a leader in brand strategy, insights and innovation, she has successfully driven growth in well-known brands such as Harley-Davidson and GE Healthcare, as well as start-ups and small organizations across various industries.
Prior to joining Vivlio, Jenne launched a successful brand consulting business, Brand New Ground, where she worked with companies like Newell Brands, Gatorade, GE Healthcare, Titan Spine, and others. Her healthcare career started with GE Healthcare where she was responsible for launching Education as a Service Business and several healthcare institutes in Brazil, China, Inda, Russia, Saudi Arabi, Dubai, and Singapore. Subsequently, Jenne was the VP of Brand for ERDMAN, where she successfully rebranded and repositioned ERDMAN.
Prior to GE, Jenne spent nearly a decade at Harley-Davidson Motor Company creating new brands, services, and products. She was instrumental in launching the Harley-Davidson Academy of Motorcycling, which continues to grow thousands of new riders annually. And she was one of the founding members on the design team for the Harley-Davidson museum.
Jenne (Dr. J) is a guest lecturer in brand, marketing, research, product development, and entrepreneurship at several universities including the Milwaukee School of Engineering, UW Madison, and Carroll University. Jenne earned her Ph.D. of Consumer Psychology at Capella University, her M.B.A. at Cardinal Stritch University and a B.A. in International Relations and foreign languages at University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.
“Change is hard because people overestimate the value of what they have and underestimate the value of what they may gain by giving that up.” — James Belasco And Ralph Stayer Flight of The Buffalo 1994
I have lived in several countries and speak several languages. From time to time, I still dream in other languages.
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