Founder & CEO
Chris Moore believes the past informs the future. That approach has led him to innovate across multiple, diverse business ventures, from enhanced data delivery in healthcare to the reimagining of historic workspaces, venues, and businesses.
This route to business creation and growth means solving problems not by going for the immediate fix, but rather by studying what’s beyond the horizon and crafting solutions designed for long-term success. Concord Technologies is a prime example: In 1996, Chris founded Concord Technologies. Today, Concord processes over a billion pages of healthcare information annually. As the company grew, Chris saw that Concord’s healthcare customers were needlessly siloed when transmitting and utilizing patient data. Concord’s solutions created standards that were embraced by the industry, and over time have evolved into a multifaceted platform of services that use Artificial Intelligence (AI) to extract healthcare data so it can be and place it into workflows and electronic records.
Chris’ drive to solve more problems for the healthcare industry led him to expand Concord’s leadership team to bring in extensive healthcare, technology, data science, and financial experience and added a relationship with Excellere Partners. These investments result in partnerships with leading university centers, payers, and other healthcare leaders who are eager to unlock innovative solutions that harness the power of their data to allow for better, more timely decisions around operations and patient care.
Chris’ ability to look ahead while also incorporating the past was highlighted when he received an Ernst & Young 2019 Entrepreneur of the Year Award for the Pacific Northwest Region. The award honors entrepreneurs who excel in areas such as innovation, financial performance, and personal commitment to their businesses and communities while also transforming our world.
Driven to move past “what’s next” and create a continuum for evolution led Chris to found Old Stove Brewery in Pike Place Market in 2016. Moore tapped into Pike Place’s lively and unique culture and history to create a gathering spot for the community that showcases the market’s remarkable history, draws in locals and visitors alike, and serves as an ongoing economic engine for this reinvigorated downtown hub.
Chris is bringing lessons from all his ventures to The Mill at Vicksburg, a massive, multi-use project in his Michigan hometown. Upon completion, the project will transform a historic paper mill into a mixed-use campus that will feature an Old Stove Brewery and Taproom, meeting and convention space, indoor and outdoor concert venues, recreation space, and a boutique hotel. The Mill project is deeply personal to Moore, whose family traces its Vicksburg roots back to the 1830s. The project began with the goal of continuing The Mill’s legacy as an economic and cultural engine that drives a thriving Vicksburg. The Mill’s ongoing mission is to have a people- and planet-first approach and to be sustainable for hundreds of years and generations to come. The Mill perfectly captures Moore’s ability to create multilayered businesses that don’t sacrifice their space’s history to enable their future.
Chris’ success in the ventures he has spearheaded, not to mention others where he has lent his expertise as a consultant, only drives him onward. Everything that has happened up to now is just the beginning.
William Cavanaugh, President of Concord Technologies, is an entrepreneurial executive with strong leadership capabilities, a deep understanding of healthcare technology, and a passion for developing, selling and delivering innovative solutions to the global healthcare industry.
Cavanaugh has over twenty years of experience across the entire spectrum of healthcare from medical device to life sciences, and across all different sizes of healthcare entities, from startups to the Global 100. Along with a strong commercial focus, he brings a collaborative and partner-centric approach to all his interactions. Prior to joining Concord, William was the Chief Revenue Officer for Lyniate, a private equity backed company providing interoperability solutions to the global healthcare industry. His extensive experience also includes serving as Head of Global Informatics at Bayer HealthCare, and president of OnPoint Medical Diagnostics.
He earned his BA from the University of St. Thomas and his MBA from the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management. In his free time, William enjoys spending time with his family as they renovate their new home in Texas.
Chief Technology Officer
Christopher Larkin, Chief Technology Officer at Concord Technologies, is a seasoned healthcare executive with vast experience leading technology and cognitive systems innovation. Chris firmly believes that the best digital products are an extension of the company’s values: trust, reliability, and economy.
Chris heads all of Concord’s strategic technology efforts, including product advancements and the development of customer and partner educational initiatives. Chris has built an impressive track record of developing precision medicine solutions in healthcare and life sciences for Microsoft, GE Healthcare, and Elsevier. Chris focuses on predictive analytics, machine learning, image analytics, and big data for genetic and oncology applications. Chris has successfully brought multiple cognitive computing products for healthcare to market and is widely recognized as a thought leader in an industry afflicted by interoperability. Chris’ commitment to machine learning, augmented intelligence, and advanced analytics has allowed him to drive real-world solutions that improve healthcare delivery.
Chris is from a Navy family and lived throughout the world. He attended Virginia Tech, VCU and received his master’s degree from University of Massachusetts. His graduate work concentrated on artificial intelligence and optimization math. He has guided executives on advanced decision support from Cambridge to the Kremlin.
Outside of work, he enjoys travel and adventure with his wife and family. Chris runs and bikes the trails and beaches of the Pacific Northwest with his family, usually accompanied by their 90-pound Labrador retriever, Romeo.
Concord Technology’s Christopher Larkin accepted into Forbes Technology Council
Chief Financial Officer
Brian Rice is Concord’s Chief Financial Officer, overseeing the Company’s financial, accounting, people and operations. Brian brings a seasoned, hands-on approach to his role at Concord with over 20 years’ financial and operational leadership experience with high-growth technology companies. Prior to Concord, Brian was CFO at MediaPro and Dexter & Chaney (now part of Trimble). Brian started his career in public accounting with Ernst & Young, working in both the Seattle and Paris offices of the firm. He holds a BA in accounting from the University of Wisconsin business school with an international business specialization.
In his free time, Brian enjoys travelling with his friends and family and exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
Senior Vice President of Sales
As Vice President of Sales at Concord Technologies, Chris is directly responsible for all revenue within the company and building the Sales organization for rapid growth. Chris brings over 20 years of experience in digital experience technologies, workforce collaboration and enterprise information delivery and automation. Prior to joining Concord, Chris worked for companies including Open Text, Liferay and Igloo Software in the US, Singapore and Canada, where he was mainly responsible for building partnerships and alliances with channel, ISV and OEM partners around the world. Chris has a BA from Purdue University and an MBA from Case Western Reserve University. Chris focuses on nurturing the Sales talent within Concord and making sure all parts of Concord are delivering valuable solutions for our customers.
Outside of work, based in Milwaukee, WI, Chris spends his time with his wife attending his sons’ soccer games, traveling and attending live music events whenever possible.
Vice President of Clinical Solutions
Melissa Giampietri has nearly 20 years of experience in the behavioral health and human services arena. Her passion is focused on helping organizations achieve the triple aim of healthcare: superior clinical quality and outcomes; lower operational costs alongside improved efficiencies, and pathways to provide person-centered “whole person” care alongside population health.
She helps providers achieve those goals by offering her expertise in leveraging innovative technological and operational solutions across the continuum of care. That includes a special interest in tools that promote patient safety, care integration, patient engagement techniques, and overall care coordination.
Melissa also is an acknowledged expert in behavioral healthcare, including the unique EHR technology landscape that serves this rapidly growing area of care. She has in-depth knowledge of revenue cycle management, clinical documentation and best practices, managed care, medication management, document management, software architecture, and configuration, population health and analytics. She led business development for leading behavioral health technology firm across the West Coast as well as served as the Behavioral Health Specialty Director at NextGen Healthcare overseeing their commercial strategy.
At Concord, Melissa is responsible for overseeing the clinical solutions line of business and commercialization efforts, and leads a clinical application focused sales team.
Melissa holds a Master of Business Administration, Healthcare Management from Saint Leo University and a Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, from Eastern Washington University.
Melissa enjoys traveling, photography, reading and good wine.
Vice President of Data and Analytics
Data has limited value if locked into siloed systems, spreadsheets, or documents. It must be living, evolving and actionable across a healthcare enterprise’s entire operations in order to achieve superior patient care, enhance employee satisfaction, productivity and drive growth. That’s why Andre Sublett and the Concord Technologies team bring data alive for academic medical centers and other large healthcare providers and payers every day.
Sublett understands that data isn’t an outcome; it’s a starting point. So, he ensures that Concord’s innovative, strategic approach safely and securely unlocks key insights that allow Concord’s customers to optimize critical business flows and improve the care they provide for their patients. Then, through advanced analytics and Artificial intelligence (AI), that raw information then continues to inform decision-making and strategic planning.
Before joining Concord, Andre held several leadership positions in GE Healthcare’s digital organization, including Chief Engineer of Technology and Architecture, and Vice President of Software Engineering. Andre led a global team of more than 400 people with a focus on cloud-based solutions, software platforms, analytics, data privacy and development partners. In this role, he directly drove the launch of several new products and partnered with other business leaders to support the migration of legacy software solutions to the cloud and microservice-based architectures.
Prior to his decade with GE Healthcare, Sublett held several prominent positions with Sage’s Construction and Real Estate division, including Chief Software Architect and Director of Development. At Sage, Andre’s team launched several new products and revitalized existing market-leading suites, including Sage Estimating and Sage 300 CRE. Andre’s team focused simplifying the complexities of construction accounting, project estimation and management using advanced modern data architecture and analytics. Sage’s new solutions shortened workflows from weeks to hours and optimized project delivery saving clients millions of dollars.
Sublett holds a ‘bachelor’s degree in computer science from Central Washington University (cum laude) and is a frequent industry presenter with recent presentations at the Milwaukee Cloud Conference and at quarterly CTO Forum conferences. He is currently on the advisory board for the CTO Forum and construction industry start-up Calcutek. He has previously served as an advisor for several Seattle area start-ups.
When not focused on changing the world through digital transformation, Sublett enjoys numerous activities with his wife and two children, including hiking, video games, playing guitar, and immersing himself in new and emerging technologies.
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