Drew Madden is known as an entrepreneur who is an expert in healthcare information technology. He collaborated with Nordic Consulting Partners. Madden is Industrial Engineer B.S.E. with a minor in Medical Systems from the University of Iowa College of Engineering.

Madden has experience in the implementation, managing, and advising Electronic Management Records (EMR) projects. His EMR background and project management experiences promote healthcare IT.

In 2010 Madden collaborated with Nordic Consulting Partners, the largest global Epic consulting company. Nordic has developed the process of promoting electronic health records (EHR).

From 2011-2016 Madden was its president and Nordic won many KLAS awards for consulting excellence. Nordic, from 2012 and 2014 was also named number one for Epic implementation services.

With Madden, Nordic employees increased from 10 to 725 and an increase of client partners from 3 to 150 client partners, with annual revenue growth from $1,000,000 to $130,000,000.

Prior to joining Nordic, Madden served as the Midwest Sales Director responsible for consulting sales and client development in Epic Systems Corporation, or Epic. Epic is a healthcare software company. Fifty-four percent of patients in the United States Hospitals use this software. Which is of United Healthcare’s subsidiary

In July 2017 Drew Madden joined Evergreen Healthcare Partners. This company provides healthcare information technology services nationally. Evergreen Healthcare Partners has four partners including Drew Madden.

Rebecca Bottorff is the Managing Partner is an operational architect. She is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Aaron Friedman directs the solutions and talent management. His health IT career started at Epic. He earned a B.A. from the University-Madison.

Jeff Leach is a Managing Partner. He has experience in multiple health systems. He was granted a B.A. in Engineering, from The University of Wisconsin at Madison.

Healthcare IT integrates health information management with computerized systems to exchange secure the sharing of health information with providers, consumers, payers, quality monitors, improving health care quality, reduce medical costs, expand access to affordable care, decrease paperwork and-and promotes administrative efficiencies.

Medical research has shown that an electronic medical record-centered database has quality outcome data that is necessary for lung cancer screening.