Drew Madden is presently a principal partner and President of Evergreen Healthcare Partners. Evergreen provides a variety of IT services to clinics and hospitals in the United States. Drew attended the University of Iowa College of Engineering, graduating in 2002 with a Bachelor’s in industrial engineering. While at the University, he also studied medical systems. He began his IT career as an Integration Consultant with the Cerner Corporation where he helped develop inpatient applications for hospitals in Chicago. Drew has extensive experience in the field of Electronic Medical Records (EMR).
Healthia Consulting/Ingenix hired Drew in 2006 to work as a consultant in the implementation of inpatient clinical solutions in several hospitals. While at Healthia he was appointed to the position of Regional Sales Director, which enabled him to work with hospitals in the Midwest on sales and business development.
In 2010 Drew joined Nordic Consulting Partners Inc. as their Executive Vice President and became President in 2011. During this time he worked in consulting, recruiting, and business development. While he was at Nordic, the company expanded its client base from 3 to 150, and increased their workforce, starting with 10 and eventually increasing to 725. Drew was instrumental in using the Epic inpatient application for clients across the country. During this time, Nordic received the KLAS award several times for consulting excellence.
In his role as President of Evergreen Healthcare Partners, Drew is committed to providing the best EMR systems, technology, and information to healthcare institutions in the United States and abroad. His and Evergreen’s philosophy is that all clients are important and can make a significant difference. The Evergreen Health Partners with a network of over 500 physicians is dedicated to patient care. Recently Drew and his partners started Talent Management Solutions so that they can continue to provide creative ideas to their clients, in order that they can achieve success over the long term.