Chief Executive Officer
Ravi Kalla is a noted entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of SymphonyCare. Ravi believes in employing a rigorous process to every aspect of the company’s operations to bring predictability, transparency and cost savings to clients.
Ravi has founded several other successful healthcare technology companies including Symphony Corporation, Symphony Data (acquired by Apollo Health Street), HighFiveRx, EmOpti, and Intellivisit. He is the Managing Director at SymphonyAlpha Ventures and a Partner at Blue Cloud Ventures (BCV). SymphonyAlpha Ventures provides investment for early-stage healthcare-focused companies. BCV provides growth equity for late-stage Software-as-a-Service and enterprise software companies.
As an active investor and advisor, Ravi has also helped propel several cutting-edge healthcare technology and service companies. His portfolio of companies includes Strategic Health (acquired by American Health Holdings), Liazon Corporation (acquired by Towers Watson), Health Unity (acquired by ZeOmaga), Qik (acquired by Skype), Falcon Care, Review Trackers, 411.ca (acquired by Yellow Pages), Iowa Waste Systems, and Alan AI.
Chief Operating Officer
Sal most recently served as Chief Executive Officer of HighFive Health, a medication management technology company that helps health systems aggregate and reconcile medication lists across the care community. Before HighFive Sal served as Chief Operating Officer of Mallatt’s Pharmacy, a regional healthcare company with retail and long-term care pharmacies and home healthcare. Sal was also the co-founder and CEO of Flex Biomedical, a medical device company, and the first employee and COO of ConjuGon, a biotech company.
Sal earned a BS in Marine Engineering from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and an MBA in Entrepreneurship from University of Wisconsin-Madison. Sal retired from the U.S. Naval Reserves as an officer in 2003.
Brad Case, CMPE
Chief Strategy Officer
Bradley Case has spent the past 28 years leading innovation in health care finance and care delivery. His experience includes clinical model design, Lean strategies in health care, legislative health care policy, the integration of technology to the practice of medicine, and the general management of health care operations. Prior to joining SymphonyCare, Brad spent the last two years as CEO of Estrella Health, a provider of home-based care services, where he led the company through double-digit growth, entering new markets, and re-positioning the organization for risk-bearing and accountable care relationships.
Brad also led the organizational and clinical partnership development for startup health insurance company Bright Health. During that time, he instituted standardized approaches to implementing shared risk ventures with clinical partners focused on the benefits of population health and accountable care while managing financial risk. Past responsibilities include leading the product development of population health solutions for Symphony Corporation from early startup, through full commercialization, resulting in a successful acquisition by Influence Health.
In addition, Brad was responsible for leading the creation of high quality, cost sensitive models of care for UnitedHealth Group including the creation of the clinical operating model for United Healthcare’s first ACO — Lifeprint Health. He has led teams focused on integrating innovative technologies to the medical practices of leading care delivery systems across the US, UK and Canada — including bringing the Mayo Clinic’s first telehealth-enabled chronic care medical practice online. Brad has a strong foundation in leadership of clinical care delivery systems, including HealthCare Partners in Southern California and the University of Colorado system. In addition, he was responsible for developing health care policy and legislative communication for the Colorado Senate. Brad graduated from the University of Colorado (BA, Political Science) and is a board certified medical practice executive.
Siva Dakshinamurthy, MCA
Chief Technology Officer
Joseph Cochran, RN
Vice President, Population Health
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