MEET THE TEAM
The Health Exchange Market was created with a vision of a seamlessly connected healthcare system where knowledge knows no bounds.
Meet the team who’s working to make that vision a reality.
During his career, Collin Powell has worked for the State of South Carolina legislation, public health departments, HCA, an EMR company and several healthcare startups. He earned a Healthcare MBA from Belmont University, a BA Public Health from the University of South Carolina, a Certificate in Ethical Leadership, a Lean Healthcare Certificate, Certified Training in Negotiations from Harvard University, and is active on HL7s Orders and Observations Committee. He is currently the Founder and CEO The Health Exchange Market (T.H.E.M.) in Nashville, TN.
While employed with Bank of America and its predecessors, Norman wrote the Intercompany Loan System (which received a US patent), the Rollover Monitoring fraud detection system, and spent ten years as the Application/Information Architect, overseeing the roughly 150 applications which Bank of America relied on.
When he’s not busy innovating, Norman enjoys spending time with his wife and three sons, playing piano, singing in the synagogue choir, and maintaining his fitness at the local gym.
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MEET OUR TRUSTED
Each of our advisors was hand-picked because of their unwavering dedication to the patient and improvement of the healthcare system.
David Hicks, MD
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John Marshall, Ph.D
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Charles Hagood, Ph.D
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Michael Mover, MBA
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John A. Roberts
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Dr. Anupam Goel
Dr. Goel is dedicated to empowering patients and healthcare members to make more informed decisions through informatics and improving the health care cost curve. He is a physician executive trying to solve problems within a health care conglomerate and a health information technology enthusiast looking for technologies and interventions that have a chance at increasing the value of healthcare in America.
Mr. Lucking has over ten years in Pharmacy Benefits Management plus over a dozen years focused on maintain privacy and security with a focus on building identity secured data assets. He provides contracted C-level strategic leadership services in Operations and Information Technology.
Dr. Gurdyal Kalsi
Dr. Kalsi is an entrepreneurial seasoned executive and strategic leader across all stages of product development, licensure and commercialization. With an impressive resume including over 20 years of therapeutic focus in oncology , hematology, infectious diseases, inflammatory and autoimmune disorders, vaccines, gastroenterology, and gene therapies for rare genetic disorders, he is a welcome addition to our advisory team.
Fred Pira believes that as healthcare models shift towards value-based outcomes, providers need better solutions in order to connect the right people involved in the continuum of care. His experience in creating software tools to help clinicians treating obesity, chronic disease, and behavioral changes has helped create stronger provider-patient engagement, education, and empowerment.
John Kepley is an Inc 500 and 5000 alumni entrepreneur with a passion for helping companies and non-profits. John’s board affiliations include Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO), currently serving on the Global Regional Council as the East Regional Growth Director, executive committee member of HiMSS of Tennessee and former Chair of Membership and Strategic Partnerships, Nashville Technology Council where he served on the executive committee, and the Nashville Chamber of Commerce where he served on the Governor’s Workforce Alliance Council for education reform.
John has been honored to win multiple awards that include the Nashville Business Journal’s 40 under 40 award, Small Business Awards, Best Places to Work, Best in Business, Power Leaders of Technology, and Tennessee HiMSS Workforce Development award. He also was honored to receive the Nashville Technology Council Volunteer of the Year award for his hours of service to the community.
Elizabeth is a passionate communications specialist with expertise in developing comprehensive, compelling strategic communication plans and providing tools, content and resources to help effectively translate highly complex, technical information into concise, comprehensive formats which are understood by stakeholders at all levels in the organization. Her track record is diverse, and includes industries such as health care, higher education, technology and non-profit organizations.