This week Steve Krupa chats with Dave Grandin, president and CEO of Kiio, about the company’s work to help payers and providers manage patient care. Dave Grandin brings an outsider’s perspective to healthcare, finding great success leading sports technology companies like Avid Sports. Following a short break, Dave returned to the start-up world to help healthcare tackle its own problems by leading Kiio. The company has a unique focus on evidence-based care pathways and low back pain, two areas that likely don’t receive enough attention from Digital Health start-ups.
Overview: Kiio seems to be working an untapped market.
Surprises: Dave Grandin is candid about the company’s strategic pivot.
Regrets: I didn’t get Steve Krupa’s Super Bowl prediction.
Enjoy this podcast and block off October 11 for the Digital Healthcare Innovation Summit.
President & CEO
Dave Grandin is a high-tech executive with over 20 years of experience starting companies, building teams, delivering technology products, and driving revenue growth and profitability. Dave combines a strong entrepreneurial skill set with an extensive background in software and integrated system development, digital media solutions, and sports-related technology.
Dave has a proven track record of leading people, building companies, and creating value for shareholders. Prior to Kiio, Dave has been a founder in four companies, most notably Avid Sports. Under his leadership, Avid Sports’ technology was adopted as the de-facto standard throughout the NFL and NCAA for digital video coaching analysis. Dave also founded InformTV, creator of interactive TV applications; InformTV’s technology solution was purchased by DirecTV, and is the backbone for statistics on NFL Sunday Ticket. Dave has managed all aspects of companies, including engineering, marketing, sales, finance, product management, manufacturing, and all aspects of business growth and innovation.
Dave graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Madison with a degree in electrical and computer engineering, and earned his MBA from the executive high-tech program at Northeastern University.
Meet Our Host
Healthegy Contributing Host Stephen Krupa is CEO of Healthedge, a software company focused on providing next-generation, business-transforming technology products to the healthcare payor market.