Dave Morin is currently the Founder and Managing Member of Care Technology Advisors LLC, a national firm that commercializes and disseminates healthcare technology built by researchers, innovators and healthcare professionals to support the principles of the Triple Aim (improving the patient experience of care, improving the health of populations and reducing the per capita cost of health care).
Prior to Care Technology Advisors, Dave was the co-founder and CEO of Cielo MedSolutions LLC, an Ann Arbor, MI-based company that provided web-based software solutions for health care providers. Their flagship product, Cielo Clinic, was based on technology originally developed by The University of Michigan Health System Department of Family Medicine; it assisted providers and care teams with the delivery of preventive, screening and disease management services for their entire patient population in a proactive and collaborative manner.
Cielo MedSolutions experienced 100% year-over-year growth each year since its inception in 2006, including 400% license growth in 2008 and maintained a customer renewal rate of greater than 98%. They were awarded a Phase I and Phase II STTR from the National Cancer Institute, earning a perfect score (10) on their Phase II application. The Advisory Board Company, a global research, consulting, and technology firm helping over 3,200 hospital and university clients better serve patients and students, acquired Dave’s company in 2011.
Prior to Cielo, Dave held executive and management positions with numerous media, technology and consulting companies such as HomeTown Communications Network, Cambridge Technology Partners, Brainstorm Technologies, and a financial institution, Michigan National Corporation.
Dave graduated from The University of Michigan-Dearborn with a B.S. degree, with distinction, in computer information systems.
Dave is a frequent speaker, both nationally and internationally, on entrepreneurship and on the use of technology in ambulatory care medicine. He is also actively engaged in community-based social entrepreneurship including new venture and program creation for a variety of Detroit-area organizations and causes.