As an IT entrepreneur Dan Madden is passionate about building trusted partnerships, attractive company couture as well as trusted partnerships. In 2010 Dan joined Nordic consulting which he served as president from2011 to 2016. During his presidency, the company grew from three to fifty client partners and 10 to seven hundred and twenty-five employees.
Nordic consulting has won different awards with the most notable being a top ranking consulting firm in KLAS awards between 2012 and 2014.Before joining Nordic, he worked at Willow consultant, Ingenix and Epic care, Inpatient, where he forged partnerships with health organizations. Ingenix is a subsidiary of United healthcare and was rebranded to optuminsight.
Epic talent is one of the most significant advantages anyone could ever have, and Dan secret to such a success is focusing more on attaining the best in his field. According to Dan most of the work he does is intuitive, and sometimes everything might not seem right, but he spends a lot of time in ensuring that the consultants are right and they match to the standards of the clients.
He is also an experienced healthcare Information technology expert with close to ten years experience in optimizing, implementing and planning electronic records in the different hospital within the United States. Dan has also worked as a consultant for many years including two years working at Cerner Corporation.
At Cerner, he devoted most of his time implementing and building medical solutions before joining healthia that later merged with Ingenix consulting. He graduated from University of Iowa College of engineering with a degree in Industrial Engineering with a focus in Medical Systems.
After leaving Nordic in 2016 and co-founded Evergreen healthcare partners a company that specializes in medical record consulting. Maiden is one of the Nordic closest competitors and has a workforce of close to eight hundred employees.
It has been crowned as one of the best places to work, and the market research group brands it as one of the most successful consultants in the industry. Maiden believes that although health records are the primary goal of Evergreen, the company hopes to be bigger than currently constituted.