HealthVerity was founded in 2014 to enhance the utility, transparency, availability and cost efficiency of traditional and emerging healthcare data. We leverage innovative technologies to help our clients discover, license and link patient data across the widest range of top tier data providers. We empower customers to gain new perspectives on patient activity while ensuring complete privacy management and HIPAA compliance.
Co-founder and CEO
Andrew is responsible for the overall strategy and performance of the business, and works closely with the team to support our clients and healthcare data providers. Previously, he was the SVP of Healthcare Value Solutions for IMS Health. Among the organizations reporting to Andrew were Health Economics and Outcomes Research Services, Real World Evidence Solutions, Payer and Provider Services, Clinical Trial Optimization Solutions, and Government Services. In addition, he created the company’s mobile health offerings and designed their emerging genomics strategy. Prior to IMS, Andrew was the CEO of SDI Health—the recognized leader in clinical and transactional healthcare data-based analytics—prior to its acquisition by IMS Health in 2011. During his tenure, SDI developed and grew one of the largest linked de-identified healthcare data assets available and became the nation’s second largest pharmaceutical informatics concern with over 600 employees servicing hundreds of clients. Andrew’s track record at SDI included multiple strategic acquisitions that enabled the company to continuously drive growth and shareholder value. He is also involved as an investor and advisor to a number of other healthcare start-ups. Andrew holds a B.A. in English from Yale University.
Co-founder and COO
Andrew is responsible for the day-to-day operations and performance excellence of the company. He was formerly the SVP Strategy and Marketing for Dialogic, responsible for corporate development and global marketing, which he sold to Novacap. He was previously the Vice President, Corporate Development for Avaya which was sold to Silverlake/TPG. Andrew also co-founded Eziaz, a venture-backed broadband access company, and held various roles at Comcast, Bain & Company and Diageo. He is passionate about new ideas or resources being combined to create amazing outcomes, is a lifelong Flyers fan, and an avid runner. Andrew holds an MBA with Distinction from Harvard Business School and a BA with Honors in History from the University of Pennsylvania.
Chief Data Scientist
Austin’s passion is to provide disruptive new technology for emerging fields. His career has followed a zig-zagged path between large corporations and scrappy start-ups. He has worked on all sides of privacy and analytics for big data, and firmly believes that you do not have to sacrifice excellence in one to achieve the other. Austin spends his free time teaching intelligent systems, including two robots, three cats, and one daughter. He holds a PhD from Duke University and a BA from New College of Florida.
VP, Strategic Partnerships and Innovation
Dominique is responsible for helping companies leverage our technology and services to improve the access and efficacy of healthcare data. Prior to HealthVerity, Dominique was Senior Director, Global Commercial Information Management at Biogen where she was responsible for unifying information and its use across the enterprise. She led key initiatives such as patient and prescriber mastering, specialty pharmacy data aggregation, commercial measurement and reporting strategy, and sales and marketing data management. Dominique also led information strategy, technology and commercial operations for Ironwood Pharmaceuticals. Dominique spent time on the supplier side of the industry serving as Vice President & General Manager within Epsilon’s (ADS) pharmaceutical practice. She is a graduate of Lehigh University College of Business and Economics.
Chief Technology Officer
John leads the teams responsible for the engineering, development, and operation of the company’s cloud solutions. Lifelong exposure and tinkering gave him a deep understanding of technology while building products, scaling teams and managing business units at startups such as Solve Media, VoiceStar (MCHX), and DOTMed.com. John also enjoys trying the newest restaurants, spending time with his family, and, of course, endlessly learning new technology. John attended the University of Maryland, College Park.
Chief Revenue Officer
Mike Hard is responsible for leading HealthVerity’s marketing, sales and customer success teams. Working closely with the company’s product, engineering and analytics teams Mike oversees the acquisition of new customers and further penetration into HealthVerity’s existing client base. Prior to joining HealthVerity, Hard was most recently Chief Revenue Officer at Brickwork, a retail management platform for some of the world’s largest retailers.
A 17 year executive at Microsoft, Hard held various leadership roles building new sales divisions and driving high growth revenue models. He founded Microsoft’s U.S. financial services vertical, created subsidiaries in Asia and Latin America, and most recently, was Vice President, US Online Advertising Sales. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and and a BA from Yale University.
VP, Revenue Operations
Tara is responsible for driving efficient sales and contracting processes within HealthVerity. She is passionate about healthcare technology and is focused on ensuring that healthcare data is accessible, transparent and useful in this complex environment. With almost 20 years experience in healthcare IT, Tara is skilled in Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Sales Operations and Sales management. Tara joined us from Flatiron Health where she led Sales Operations and focused on developing scalable, core sales infrastructure. Prior to this role, Tara led Commercial Operations at both IMS Health and SDI Health. Tara holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) focused in Business Economics from The University of Hull.
Board of Directors
Co-Founder and CEO
Co-Founder and COO
Michael is a General Partner and Co-founder of Flare Capital Partners, an early-stage healthcare technology venture capital firm. Prior to co-founding Flare Capital Partners, he was the founding General Partner of Flybridge Capital Partners where he led the firm’s healthcare investments. Some of his existing and prior board seats include Aspen Health, Circulation, Explorys, HealthVerity, higi, Iora Health, Taris, T2 Biosystems and Welltok. Michael earned an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA with honors in Chemistry from Williams College.
Matt co-founded Veeva Systems in 2007, serves as its President and has been instrumental in building the company into a global market leader, recognized for product excellence and superior customer success. After holding various roles during the company’s growth, Matt is responsible today for strategy, alliances and business development, and is a key executive contact for many of Veeva’s customers. Matt received his MBA from the Harvard Business School and his BA in Economics from Yale University.
Rachel Winokur is an Advisor to Greycroft Partners and is also Chief Business Officer of Bright Health, an insurance company offering exclusive network health plans in partnership with leading health systems. Previously she was a senior executive at Aetna where she helped found and lead Healthagen, Aetna’s payer-neutral population health management business. Rachel joined Aetna from the Carlyle Group and held prior roles at Datascope, Bertelsman and Goldman Sachs. She received an MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and a BSE with honors in Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering from Duke University.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is HealthVerity Marketplace?
HealthVerity Marketplace is a private cloud-based platform that enables our clients to discover, license, and link de-identified patient data across the widest range of top tier data providers.
2. Who uses HealthVerity Marketplace?
HealthVerity has two primary customers: buyers and data providers. Our buyers include healthcare service organizations such as Pharmaceutical Manufacturers, Hospitals, Payers, and Retail Pharmacies. Our data providers include firms seeking to expand distribution or maintain better control of the licensing of de-identified healthcare data for research purposes.
3. What type of data can be found in HealthVerity Marketplace?
The platform includes the widest range of top tier data providers including both traditional and emerging data sources. Key data types include medical claims, pharmacy claims, lab results, EMR, genetic results, and device data.
4. How does an organization become a HealthVerity Buyer?
HealthVerity Marketplace is a private cloud-based platform. All users must be employed by an authorized organization. For all access inquiries, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be pleased to assist you.
5. How does an organization become a HealthVerity Provider?
Providers are vetted by a number of criteria but we generally welcome any data source that can complement our existing partners, especially data sources that have never before been available for linking purposes. Contact us via email at email@example.com for more information.
6. Does HealthVerity receive secondary use rights to my data?
No. The primary benefit of HealthVerity Marketplace is that you retain total control of your data in all instances. We retain no resale or reuse rights to the data.
7. Is HealthVerity Marketplace data HIPAA-compliant?
All patient data contained in the marketplace has been de-identified pursuant to HIPAA and certified as such by outside third party experts using the expert determination method. Any specific privacy questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.