Kyruus Company Overview
Inspired by the Moneyball methodology popularized by the Oakland A’s in baseball, Graham Gardner, MD and Julie Yoo founded Kyruus in 2010 to bring a data-driven approach to patient-provider matching. Kyruus is now the leader in patient access for health systems – working with leading organizations across the country to help them match patients with the providers best-suited to care for them.
The Kyruus ProviderMatch enterprise-wide suite of provider search and scheduling solutions—for consumers, access centers, and provider networks—helps health systems match patients with the right providers, deliver a consistent patient experience across points of access, and align network capacity with patient demand. Kyruus’ provider data management platform forms the foundation of its applications, powering them with accurate provider data by coupling automated data processing with administrative applications.
Mission: Our mission is to enable healthcare delivery organizations to optimize their provider networks by embracing and leveraging heterogeneity. In doing so, we help patients find the right providers for their needs, providers see the patients aligned with their expertise, and health systems improve operational, financial, and clinical performance.
Jobs at Kyruus
Graham Gardner, MD
Chief Executive Officer
Graham is the Co-Founder and the CEO of Kyruus. Prior to Kyruus, Graham was a Venture Executive at Highland Capital Partners where he co-founded Generation Health and served as the company’s Chief Medical Officer through its acquisition by CVS Caremark. He is also the Co-Founder of SynapDx, a molecular diagnostic company focused on developing a blood test to enable the earlier detection of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Graham completed his clinical training in internal medicine and cardiology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School, where he also served as Chief Medical Resident. Graham completed his BA and MD degrees at Brown University, and received his MBA from Harvard Business School.
John McLean, CPA, MA
Chief Financial Officer
John McLean is the Chief Financial Officer at Kyruus, where he is responsible for corporate financial strategy and financial operations. He has nearly 20 years of financial experience, mainly in the healthcare space, and most recently served as CFO at Best Doctors, where he helped lead the effort to sell the company to Teladoc in July 2017. He started his career at KPMG where his focus was on Healthcare and publicly traded companies. John is a certified public accountant and earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting and finance at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Erin Jospe, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Erin Jospe is the Chief Medical Officer of Kyruus. Prior to joining Kyruus she was the Chief Medical Officer at PatientKeeper, an electronic health record overlay solution providing a complete electronic clinical workflow for physicians on both desktop and mobile devices. Erin is board certified in internal medicine, and has remained clinically active with over 15 years of experience as a practicing internist. She has practiced at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates and the Affiliated Practice Group of Beth Israel Deaconess in Boston, and served as the Assistant Medical Director of Quality and Safety at Atrius Health. She earned her BA in English at Haverford College, her MD from The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and completed her clinical training in internal medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School.
Soojin Chung, J.D.
General Counsel & Chief Administrative Officer
Soojin Chung is General Counsel, Chief Administrative Officer, and Chief Privacy Officer at Kyruus. She oversees all legal and compliance matters for Kyruus, including contracting, healthcare compliance, privacy, IP, and corporate transactions. She was previously the General Counsel, Chief Privacy Officer, and Chief Compliance Officer of Caradigm where she oversaw the growth of the company from its formation as a joint venture between Microsoft and GE Healthcare to a leader in population health management. Before Caradigm, she served as Senior Counsel for GE Healthcare’s Healthcare Knowledge & Connectivity Solutions business unit. Ms. Chung was also previously a Counsel in the Technology Transactions & Licensing group at WilmerHale LLP focused on strategic alliances, IP licenses, and other corporate transactions. Ms. Chung is a graduate of Fordham Law School and Wellesley College.
Senior Vice President, Product Development
Chris Gervais is Senior Vice President of Product Development at Kyruus, where he oversees the company's core software development, engineering operations and product management teams. He has more than 20 years of technology and product development experience, including a decade in the healthcare industry. Chris was most recently Vice President of Engineering at Threat Stack, a Boston-based cloud security company focused on helping companies operate securely in the cloud. As a founding executive, he built the Engineering team and product development processes to help scale Threat Stack’s platform. Prior to that role, Chris held engineering leadership positions at lifeIMAGE, Enservio, and Inflexxion. His background also includes seven years at Partners Healthcare. Chris has a B.S. in Planned Studies from Ithaca College.
Sr. Director, Engineering - Data Management and Search
Nausheen is Senior Director of Engineering at Kyruus, where she leads the team responsible for delivering Provider Data Management and Matching platforms through AWS hosted microservices. Nausheen has over 15 years of experience in developing high performing engineering teams, managing all aspects of the software lifecycle, and leading process improvement. She enjoys mentoring team members and helping them progress in their careers. Prior to Kyruus, she built and led Engineering, Research, and Operations teams at Attivio delivering Enterprise Search and Semantic Data Catalog solutions leveraging Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning capabilities at scale. Previously, at MathWorks, she managed the Language and Architecture Group, and led multiple engineering teams to deliver core capabilities for MATLAB®, MathWorks’ flagship technical computing product and platform for add-ons. Nausheen has an MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, and an MBA in Entrepreneurship from Babson College. She holds patents in the areas of copy protection, data access, and parallel computing.
Emma Smith, MBA
Vice President, Marketing
Emma is the Vice President of Marketing at Kyruus, where she is responsible for all aspects of marketing across external communications, demand generation, and product marketing. Prior to Kyruus, Emma ran product marketing at CareCloud, a leader in cloud-based practice management, EHR, and revenue cycle solutions for medical practices. Before CareCloud, she held roles in both market intelligence and field marketing at Philips Healthcare. Emma began her career as a strategy consultant helping life sciences companies with market research, pricing, and competitive analysis. She earned a BA in Economics from Middlebury College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Senior Vice President, Delivery
Scott Andrews is the Senior Vice President of Delivery at Kyruus responsible for implementations, customer success, and ongoing support of the Kyruus client base. Prior to joining Kyruus, Scott worked at athenahealth, Inc. for 17 years where he served in leadership roles in Client Services, Operations and Finance. Most recently he was the Senior Vice President of athenaCare. In this role, Scott was responsible for managing the onboarding, optimization and support of the athenahealth client base. Before athenahealth, Scott was a manager at Tufts Health Plan responsible for financial and regulatory reporting. He was also a manager in the Health Care practice at Ernst & Young and earned a Certified Public Accountant designation. Scott obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from St Michael's College in 1990.
Travis Moore, MBA, RN
Senior Vice President of Market Solutions
Travis Moore is Senior Vice President of Market Solutions at Kyruus. In this role, he is responsible for Marketing, Product Marketing, and Sales Operations. Prior to joining Kyruus, Travis was with Influence Health for 12 years – starting his career as a Sales Account Executive, then transitioning into the Director of Sales role, and later becoming the VP of their Sales / Product Speciality team. Additionally at Influence Health, Travis was VP of Product Management and Strategy before eventually focusing on the clinical aspects of the business as the SVP of Clinical Solutions and Sales. Prior to Influence Health, Travis was responsible for Product Management over the patient education and nursing solutions at Truven. Travis started his career in healthcare as a Pediatric Nurse on the Neurotrauma and Orthopedic unit at Children's Hospital in Denver, CO. Travis has his Bachelor's degree in Nursing from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and MBA from University of Phoenix-Denver.
Visitors immediately know the vision behind Kyruus: to enable human beings to care for other human beings.
The new office space helps connect employees to the ultimate goal of their work: to help patients find the right providers.
Kyruus Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Julie Yoo, regularly leads strategy sessions.
Kyruus employees embrace the opportunity to partner with colleagues in other functions to solve tough problems and make a difference in healthcare.
The new office provides plenty of spaces that facilitate a key part of the Kyruus culture: cross-functional collaboration.
Our conference rooms names are T stops, which makes it easy to find meeting locations across the office’s two floors and provides a fun local link.
The new office includes plenty of conference rooms of varying sizes, each video-enabled for productive collaboration with remote employees and external partners.
A wall of flags keeps customers top of mind and reflects the company’s impressive growth across leading health systems.
A separate café area, complete with picnic tables and free snacks, provides a great space for employees to connect and kick back.
In addition to regularly scheduled game nights, employees can take a quick break throughout the day for a game and some friendly competition.
Seltzer and cold brew help fuel hard-working "Kyruuvians."
Comfortable couch areas provide great spots for both working and socializing, while the company’s core values take a prominent place on the wall.
Plenty of natural light streams into both floors of the new headquarters.
Kyruus offers a creative and efficient workplace, with flexible workstations that allow employees to choose the optimal setup for their needs.