Chief Executive Officer, Explorys
Stephen McHale is Co-Founder, and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Explorys. Formed in partnership with Cleveland Clinic, Explorys addresses the national imperative to leverage electronic health records (EHR) for the improvement of medicine. Our network accelerates discovery of critical correlations, trends, and outcomes across millions of patients, clinical records, and diverse topologies providing unique insight to enable providers and life sciences organization to deliver safer, more efficient, and more effective healthcare.
Stephen has had a 25-year career in founding, investing in and building technology companies. He is recognized for his focus in data mining and business intelligence related ventures. Most recently, he served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Everstream, the company he founded in 1999. Everstream is the largest census level media measurement, data warehousing, and analytics platform in the world, measuring usage across 25 million households. Sold to Concurrent [NASDAQ: CCUR] in 2005, it continues to be the industry leader of enterprise software for broadband network usage measurement.
In 1985, Stephen founded McHale and Associates, Incorporated, a USConnect regional office where he served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Stephen was a founding investor and served on the board of directors and as Chief Executive of USConnect, an international systems integrator. USConnect generated aggregate revenues of $150 million until its sale to IKON Office Systems [NYSE: IKN] in 1997. Stephen is also Managing Director of 23Bell LLC Investments and an active Advisory Board Member to Genesis Inventions.
Stephen serves on the Board of Directors for the Center for Families and Children; a non-profit organization that makes success possible for people in Northeast Ohio’s most challenged communities. Step hen serves on the investment screening committee for the North Coast Angel Fund. He is also an active member of the Entrepreneurs Organization and Kent State University’s Health Informatics Advisory Council.
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