Healthtech Company Kindbody Taps Industry Veterans to Lead...

Healthtech Company Kindbody Taps Industry Veterans to Lead Strategic Roles

By Healthcare Tech Outlook | Wednesday, August 12, 2020

With the appointment of new executives, Kindbody aims to offer superior outcomes at a significantly lower price to increase access to care and deliver an inclusive experience.

FREMONT, CA: Kindbody, leading health and technology company developing fertility, gynecology, and family-building care, announces the appointment of several strategic roles, including the company's first Chief Operating Officer and IVF lab, enterprise sales and engineering team leaders. The addition of these new roles underscores Kindbody's rapid expansion after closing 32 million dollars in Series B recently, bringing the total amount raised to 64 million dollars.

Kindbody has appointed fertility industry veteran Patty Stull as the company's first Chief Operating Officer. With more than 28 years of experience in patient care and business development operations, Patty will be responsible for widening Kindbody's national footprint and international growth. Previously, Patty worked as Chief Marketing Officer for Shady Grove Fertility, a growing fertility and IVF center with 38 clinics in the U.S. alone.

Dr. Tim Smith as Vice President, Lab Operations, Taryn Branca as Senior Vice President, Enterprise Sales, and Boon Chen as Vice President, Engineering is also joining Kindbody.  Dr. Smith associates with Kindbody with over 25 years of experience, and he previously served as the IVF and Clinical Laboratory Director for Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine (CCRM) New York. Taryn Branca comes to Kindbody to lead its direct-to-employer benefits sales team after working for a decade as a Partner and Sales Leader at Mercer, a global management consulting firm.

Kindbody uses proprietary technology, like KindEMR and patient portal, to offer more affordable pricing through workflow efficiencies. It is the company's investment in technology and competitive price point, which have accelerated employer interest in recent months. The company is continuing its investments in technology with the addition of Boon Chen, who recently joined Kinfbody to lead the engineering team to build a modern fertility management system that is now integrated into several fertility clinics throughout the country. Patty, Tim, Taryn, and Boon possess deep industry expertise and will be essential to Kindbody's next phase of global growth and evolution.

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