CAREier announces board of directors’ addition of Michael Crabb to compliment Zubin Pachori and Ryan Bass.
CAREier has appointed Michael Crabb as Secretary of the company’s Board of Directors, the innovative critical healthcare messaging firm announced today. Michael’s finance, strategy, and business development experience will add tremendous value to capital decisions and go-to-market strategies, among other items.
Michael is currently Vice President of Finance at the Energy Impact Center, where he leads the capital markets activity for cleantech deployment while also co-hosing the “Energy Impact Podcast.” The Energy Impact Center is a research institute focused on near-term climate solutions that align individual prosperity and environmental health. Prior to his current role, he was a Vice President for Tenaska, Inc., a $3.7 billion privately-owned energy company where he is responsible for mergers & acquisitions and corporate strategy. Previously, he worked for Tenaska Capital Management, an energy focused private equity fund. In aggregate, he has worked on $2.7 billion of leveraged loans and asset acquisitions totaling almost $4 billion in enterprise value. In addition, Michael serves as the chairman of the Omaha Conservatory of Music, a $3.5 million arts-focused non-profit, and as a board member of American National Bank, a regional bank serving Nebraska, Iowa, and Minnesota markets.
“CAREier solves an unmet and growing need to improve communication across our healthcare system. I am excited to join the board and support the team as we work to scale the business.”Michael Crabb – CAREier Director
“Michael’s experience and expertise add tremendous value for any early-stage company. Michael has already made an immediate impact on the company and I’m extremely excited to see his impact on the long-term growth of the company.”Ryan Bass – CAREier CEO
CAREier is the healthcare customer relationship management (CRM) tool for medical devices facilitating better communication and outcomes. Led by healthcare regulatory expert, Ryan Bass, CAREier addresses the gap in current processes related to medical devices. Health systems are now required to be 2015 certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT) compliant for their submission to Promoting Interoperability (formerly Meaningful Use Stage 3) and the new requirements allow for a first of its kind process and solution.
CAREier’s mission–and passion–is to facilitate the delivery of messages between hospitals, providers, device manufacturers, payors, regulators, and patients – thus impacting lives and making the world a healthier place for all. For more information, visit us at www.CAREier.com or contact us at (202) 571-6164 or Info@CAREier.com.