Steve Moye

STEVE MOYE IS A MAKER OF SUCCESS WHO USHERS COMPANIES AND PRODUCTS FROM IDEATION THROUGH EXECUTION AND PROFITABILITY

With the rapidly-changing consumer healthcare space of today, there’s a high demand for disruptive leaders and new solutions. Through highly curated, technology-enabled clinical solutions, Steve Moye has been at the forefront of this change. Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI), a $22B health system, population management co and health plan, hired Steve to startup, operationalize and grow a new digital health portfolio company to transform health and care…anytime, anywhere.

 

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In his constant quest for success, Steve Moye loves the fast pace and excitement of rapidly-changing environments.

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If there’s a single factor that has made Steve successful over the years, it’s an obsession with creating the most exceptional products available to make the finest companies.

RESULTS IN A GLOBAL MARKETPLACE

Raised $200M+ in capital and led multiparty negotiation and structuring of $47M Wall Street transaction for a healthcare group.

Provided marketing/sales growth guidance and played a strategic role for over 15 product launches using eCommerce for B2C and B2B dot com companies.

Directed due diligence and brokered the merger of a region’s largest healthcare provider with 7 hospitals, 35 clinics and 600 physicians; guided post-merger integration of operating model and IT organization.

Increased international market share 700% and established new trade distribution channels in Spain, Portugal and Italy for a Taiwanese-owned freight company.

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