Chuck Nash

    Chuck Nash has over 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry, which includes working with various acute care product manufacturing companies, healthcare consulting companies, and healthcare technology companies, serving both healthcare systems, GPO’s and has an extensive network.

    Chuck founded HCES in 2012 and launched operations on March 1, 2013. The formation of HCES as the healthcare industries first Group Solution Organization was brought forth because of the changing and disruptive environment. The current focus is the entire Health System to be more efficient. HCES provides two services; Business Development and Targeted Solution Creation. This is through its proprietary Integrated Virtual Solution Creation Center, were Data/Information is aggregated and processed by their experienced Network of Subject Matter expert’s. HCES business development service was created to help GPO’s and Vendor’s gain increased revenues with the minimum amount of expense, but with a maximum of speed to market. 

    Prior to founding HCES, Chuck was President/ Senior Vice President of Business Development for Prism Medical Hospital Group and Senior Manager for Ernst and Young’s healthcare practice. Chuck has expertise in consulting, strategic business development, identifying and solving complex solutions, and ensuring execution of project goals. In addition to his work in healthcare, Chuck along with two other partners started Knowledgelake, a healthcare technology, and software manufacturer. As an owner and Senior Vice President of Business Development, Chuck created strategic partnerships with Microsoft and Fujitsu, which lead to the globalization of its core software. 

    Chuck holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Clemson University. He was the captain of the ’84 National Championship soccer team. In 2001, Chuck was awarded the prestigious “40 under 40” recognition from the St. Louis Business Journal. In 2000, was elected President of the Missouri Athletic Club.

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