You keep your clients healthy.
We’ll do the same for your business.
To optimize care and increase profitability by simplifying processes and maximizing outcomes for case management companies. Our HIPAA compliant, SaaS software has been proven to increase revenue, reduce costs, and improve administrative efficiency.
We have assembled a team that has extensive experience innovating in the case management, healthcare, and technology fields.
We pride ourselves on using customer feedback to improve our product and, in turn, improve their business.
The best way to live life is to be open and honest with friends and family, and we know that's also the only way to run a company.
A Caring Hand Home Care
Cam originally started with A Caring Hand in Boise, Idaho in 2009. He began as a Client Care Coordinator helping the Boise location grow in its first few years. Cam and his family moved to Utah in July of 2010 to open the first location in Utah where he took on the Administrator role, building the Sandy location (which was originally in South Jordan, UT). In February of 2014 he opened the Provo office as the Administrator there. He now manages both locations with the assistance of his Administrators and all members of the team! Cam enjoys time spent with family, kite boarding, and coaching wrestling.
Chris has extensive experience in home health, healthcare administration, mergers and acquisitions, and business development. He is currently the CEO of CVNA and has proved to be a valuable, hands-on advisor throughout the life of HealtheFirst.
Jason Fratzke, PhD
Jason is the current Chief Nursing Officer for Mayo Clinic Health System – Franciscan Healthcare in La Crosse, WI. He has had a broad and successful career in healthcare including the Chief Nursing Informatics Officer for the Mayo Clinic enterprise, as well as administrative leadership for areas including pediatrics, trauma, radiology, intensive care, and emergency services. As a nursing leader, Dr. Fratzke has had the opportunity to lead and partner on many key strategic priorities and initiatives during his tenure. To assist in the ongoing growth of the profession of nursing, Dr. Fratzke takes pride in mentoring and developing both nurse leaders and nurses engaged in direct care to measure, assess, and improve client outcomes for the future.
Dr. Timothy Stark
Northwestern Health Sciences University
Dr. Stark started his chiropractic practice in West Fargo, North Dakota for almost ten years before moving his family to Australia to assist with the development of a new chiropractic program at Murdoch University, as well as a 'sister' program in Japan. His current research efforts are directed towards Human Performance and Rehabilitation and, in the last nine years, he has transitioned into the Director of the Human Performance Center at NWHSU. He has coordinated the post-graduate educational programs for NWHSU for the specialties of Sports Chiropractic and Physical Rehabilitation for the past twenty years. He is also completing his tenth year as the Chair of the Education Commission for the FICS. Dr. Stark was recently recognized by the American Chiropractic Association and awarded the 2017 Academician of the Year. Also in 2017, the American Chiropractic Association Sports Council Awarded him the Sports Chiropractor of the Year.
Dr. Joran Clute, MD
Iowa Hospital and Clinics
Dr. Clute is currently an anesthesiology resident physician at the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics. He graduated Cum Laude from Augustana University in Sioux Falls, South Dakota in 2013. While at Augustana he was a member of the baseball team, was named to the NSIC Baseball Academic All-Conference team three times, and worked as a supervisor in the Health and Wellness Center for two years. Dr. Clute received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine in 2018. While in medical school, Dr. Clute volunteered within the medical school and also in the community at a free, student operated medical clinic. Dr. Clute is involved in the Peer Messenger Committee and Anesthesiology Department Resident Education Committee at the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics.
Mark is currently a General Manager for a multi-state, multi-industry material supply company throughout the Midwest. Prior to his current role, Mark was an All-American football player for the Minnesota Golden Gophers, starting all 50 games of his career and went on to successfully play five years in the National Football League (NFL). Upon retiring from the NFL, Mark completed his undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Minnesota and also went on to complete a Master of Science in Strategic Management from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. Mark has successfully developed and lead numerous strategic initiatives as well as integrated multiple M&A companies during his tenure. Throughout his career, Mark has been successful in collaborating with diverse cross functional teams and consistently looks for ways to promote growth opportunities both professionally and personally.
Chief Technology Officer
Joe is formerly a University of Minnesota mechanical engineer who made a career change into technical leadership and software development, where he has proven himself time and time again. His engineering background has given him a holistic understanding of what it takes to build a strong, efficient team, and how to operate a successful operation. Before HealtheFirst, Joe was part of the technical leadership team for a small software company serving a wide variety of customers, ranging in scale from 25 to 1+ million employees.
Chief Financial Officer
Greg has a diverse background in accounting, financial assessment, financial reporting, planning, project management, financing and business development. Greg's business experiences range from working in the audit field with a specialty in products and services at Big 4 accounting firm, PwC, to being part of various SMB's in a vast array of industries. Along with HealtheFirst, Greg has been involved in a breakthrough medical device company from seed stage to launch as well as a SaaS Broadband Wireless company and corporate compliance-launch-management-leadership facilitation technology.
Chief Operating Officer & Chief Business Development Officer
Jeff has served enterprise growth in influential positions in healthcare and technology, and leads to become the leading tech solution in the industry.
President & Chief Executive Officer
Steve has done strategic assessment, planning, financial management, funding, executive mentoring and business development over a +35 year career. Mr. Clute has ownership and management expertise in a wide variety of industries including but not limited to healthcare and technology. Clute entered the healthcare industry in 1982 and launched his med tech career by founding one of the first handheld medical data management technologies in the world. In conjunction with HealtheFirst Steve is launching a new medical device company and is an early investor in a ground breaking pharmaceutical company.