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Gregory Sanders, MD
Gregory Sanders, MD, FACC, Founder and CEO of HybridChart, received his undergraduate degree and his M.D. from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. After completing his internship and residency at Boston University, he completed a Fellowship in Cardiology at Harvard University. Dr. Sanders is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, Echocardiography, and Nuclear Cardiology. He is a designated Fellow of the American College of Cardiology (FACC). He has been recognized as one of Phoenix Magazine’s TOP DOCs. He practices all aspects of non-invasive cardiology and has a special interest in Information Technology. In 2001, Dr. Sanders began to design HybridChart, a workflow efficiency tool for rounding providers. He moved to Arizona in 2002 and joined a large Cardiology practice, and brought with him a passion to help improve the processes within a healthcare practice. He solely began to utilize HybridChart as a hospital rounding solution to centralize all hospital censuses into a central database, and access it through a web portal while easily and immediately capturing all charges. His partners in his practice soon followed suit. In January 2016, Dr. Sanders founded HybridChart, Inc. and it has grown into a mobile-friendly, HIPAA compliant, regularly-evolving, comprehensive workflow efficiency tool that integrates seamlessly with various EHRs and helps specialty practices and providers increase their revenue, streamline their discharge process to improve readmission rates, and ease rounding by having all of their information in one place. Currently, HybridChart is utilized by thousands of users in twenty-five states. Dr. Sanders gives lectures and serves on the HEALab Advisory Board at Arizona State University. He resides in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Stacey Schaefer is Vice President of Clinical Operations for HybridChart. She graduated from Creighton University with a OT/PT degree and later, a Master’s in Healthcare Administration. She has spent the last twenty-five years in Healthcare Executive Leadership, Clinic/Hospital Administration and Physician recruiting/relations and retention. She has taught at the University level and provides internship mentorship for Arizona State University students. Mainly throughout her career, she provided leadership for start-up practices including cardiology, pulmonology, rehabilitation, pediatrics and DME/orthotics/prosthetics. She led a successful 3.2 million-capital campaign to build a Children’s Rehab facility and DME in Western South Dakota and was the Administrator/VP for Business Development for six years following. She was the co-Administrator of a sixty-provider Hospitalist/Intensivist/ER group for five years. From 2012-2016, she and three others formed onewest Healthcare Consulting and along with an Infectious Disease specialist, provided Antibiotic Stewardship Consulting across the U.S. In West Virginia, her team was able to bring the overall resistance from 65% to below 25% in the entire state. In 2016, she joined HybridChart as Vice President of Clinical Operations. Stacey is originally from South Dakota and currently resides in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Melissa Brown is the Director of Projects and Communication at HybridChart. Originally from San Diego, California, she graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara with a degree in Sociology, and then went on to earn her teaching credential. With over fifteen years of experience in education, her project management, team building, and organizational skills bring a unique and fresh perspective to the HybridChart team. She joined HybridChart in the summer of 2016, and became enamored with the idea of working with a team of people who shared their visions of promoting more efficient outcomes.
As a former educator, she understands that challenges can often interfere with the ability to focus on the priorities of a people-centered occupation. Her goal is to help providers increase their efficiencies and decrease their frustration. She is passionate about HybridChart because it allows providers the time to concentrate on their patients’ care.
When she is not working, she enjoys traveling and spending time with her family and friends, and coming home to her ten-pound Maltese attack dog.
Kisha Crofts is the Director of Product Management and Implementation. She began her career in medicine in 2002 and wore several different hats before coming to HybridChart: Paramedic, Medical Assistant, Corporate Trainer, and Clinical Applications Analyst. Her role as a Clinical Applications Analyst really helped her find her niche working in Healthcare IT.
Kisha has a passion for improving patient care, problem solving, and process improvement. Her current role at HybridChart allows her to focus on each of these, and having a clinical background gives her a unique sense of perspective into the daily challenges faced by healthcare professionals. She joined HybridChart in the fall of 2016. She was particularly drawn to the company culture of trust, respect, and continuous improvement. Her focus is working with the Development Team to make HybridChart the best product of its kind and partnering with clients to help them solve workflow problems and get the most out of the tool.
When she isn’t working, Kisha enjoys getting lost in a good book, impromptu living room dance parties with her daughter, Netflix binge sessions with her husband, and spoiling her two Boxers
Jay Ennesser is a senior business development executive with over twenty years of leadership experience within software and hardware, a history of driving exponential revenue and profit gain, and a strong international background. He has built numerous teams form the ground up, forged partnerships with the world’s leading technology companies, and travelled extensively through the Americas, Asia and EMEA. Jay spent a large part of his career with IBM, a company he joined after leaving university. He initially worked in IT but soon transitioned to his first sales leadership role, as Director for Electronic Industry Solutions. In this role, Jay led a team of forty and created a high-energy, results-driven culture in which all team members were empowered to drive success. As a result, the team drove revenue growth every year and Jay won the company’s highest sales award on three different occasions. During his career, Jay has driven success across numerous product lines, international borders, economic conditions, and functions, gaining an outstanding breadth of experience along with a proven ability to adapt to any situation. Leadership is his passion, and he has consistently built, trained and motivated top-performing teams whose impact is both immediate and sustainable. Jay holds an BS in Computer Science from Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY, and he has also been a student of the Harvard University Executive Training Program. He currently serves on the board of AZbio Industry and as an advisory board member to the CIS Dean at Arizona State University and STEM advisor for Grand Canyon University. He was also on the Board of the Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals for 5 years