Executive Seminar Series: Messy Path ≠ Unsuccessful Path
University of Kentucky's College of Public Health welcomes MHA alum, Kyle L. Green ('03), to their next Executive Seminar Series on Friday, February 18th starting a 9am.
This is an exclusive event for students, faculty, and invited guests from local healthcare, and provides the opportunity to interact with national healthcare leaders in a small group setting.
This conversation with Kyle is centered on the theme "Messy Path ≠ Unsuccessful Path", and some of the conversational topics will include personal and professional growthy, diversity of experiences, finding your fit, having a strong mindset, and finding your path.
Kyle is the Founder and CEO of HANDLE, the first operating system for healthcare capital equipment. HANDLE has been on the Inc 5000 list of the fastest growing companies in the United States for three years in a row.
Prior to HANDLE, Kyle was the Senior Vice President of Business Development and Chief Strategy Officer at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, one of the five largest freestanding children’s hospitals in the United States. He was also previously the Senior Vice President of Clinical Operations at Phoenix Children’s.
Kyle also served as System Vice President, Pediatric Services, at Norton Healthcare and Kosair Children’s Hospital in Louisville, Ky. Norton Healthcare is a five-hospital system and winner of the 2011 National Quality Forum (NQF) National Quality Healthcare Award. Before Norton Healthcare, Mr. Green led the opening of the first international standards hospital in Shanghai, China while working for Johns Hopkins International.
Mr. Green earned a Master’s in Health Administration from the University of Kentucky and a BA in Biology from Transylvania University in Kentucky. He also completed the inaugural Managing Healthcare Delivery executive education program at the Harvard Business School and was an Administrative Fellow at the Johns Hopkins Health System.