Drew Griffin is a IT healthcare entrepreneur and president of Nordic Consulting Partners. Madden has a passion for building unique client partnerships and unique company culture. Nordic is one of the world’s largest consulting firms, with numerous global associates.
During his tenure with Nordic Consulting Partners, the company has seen record growth. Annual revenue went from $1,000,000 to $130,000,000. The number of employees has grown from 10 to 725 and client partners from 3 to 150. Between 2012 and 2014, the company achieved a #1 KLAS service ranking.
Drew has over a dozen years of experience in managing and optimizing EMR projects. His technical background combined with project management and consulting experience has catapulted Nordic to levels never imagined.
“I am very passionate about what we’re doing here. We collaborate with the best and brightest to tackle complex challenges that often accompanies EMR projects,” said Griffin.
After graduating with an electrical engineering degree from The University of Iowa College of Engineering, he went to work for the Cerner Corporation. He worked there for three years collaborating in the healthcare IT field. He also worked for United Healthcare subsidiary Ingenix.
Madden says that the term “healthcare information technology” is pretty broad. There are actually many facets involved including the ability to analyze, store and share patient information. Healthcare providers are using the IT to better serve the patient. According to Madden, patients can also use the same technology to communicate with doctors and to understand the steps that should be implemented when dealing with their own health.
Drew Madden says that unfortunately, there are many things that are taken for granted in the healthcare field. It is not as simple as people copying and pasting one application into another. He says getting hospitals to communicate with one another will remove many obstacles.