19 Jun Dr. Michael Burcham, CEO Of Narus Health To Keynote
SURVIVORville welcomes Dr. Michael Burcham, CEO of Narus Health to the stage for an incredible delivery of the importance of sharing your story to help others draw strength to inspire.
Michael is an entrepreneur, investor, and healthcare strategist with over 25 years’ experience leading technology-enabled healthcare organizations. Michael currently serves as CEO of Narus Health, an organization focused on disrupting the care management experience for patients and families facing serious medical illness.
Most recently, Michael was the founding President and CEO of the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, serving in that capacity from 2010-2015. His work helped drive Nashville’s entrepreneurial growth and was honored by President Obama as a “Champion of Change” for his mentoring of young entrepreneurs in 2012.
Michael served as the Co-Chair of the National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship for the U.S. Secretary of Commerce from 2014-2016. He also served as the Chair of the Global Advisory Board on Entrepreneurship, King Faud University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He founded Start-Up Tennessee in 2011, a key partner for the Start-Up America Initiative.
Prior to launching the Entrepreneur Center, Burcham worked with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee to create Onlife Health – a health and wellness firm based in Nashville from 2008-2010.
From 2000-2007, Michael served as President of ParadigmHealth. ParadigmHealth specialized in the management of clinically complex patients and was sold to Alere in 2007.
Previously, Michael was President and Founder of Theraphysics, a venture-backed, specialty rehabilitation firm. Theraphysics was acquired by Beverly Enterprises in 1998. Prior to founding Theraphysics, Michael worked for Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) as Vice President of Managed Care for Centennial Medical Center.
Michael is on faculty at Vanderbilt University where he teaches Healthcare Innovation and Launching New Ventures in the Owen Graduate School of Management.
Michael began his career in healthcare in 1983 after graduating from the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Michael also holds an MBA from Belmont University and a Doctorate in Health Administration from the Medical University of South Carolina