Chris Notaro currently serves as Vice President of Strategic Alliances at Bridge Connector. He is recognized as one of the leading experts on successful health system adoption of innovative technologies, as well as overall sales and account growth strategy for fast-scaling vendors in the healthcare industry. He is passionate about developing strong relationships that lead to “no-b.s.” strategic, business, operational, and technical problem-solving.
Most recently, Chris spent three years at Redox as a sales leader and Vice President of Account Management, creating their account management organization and also directly owning its largest clients. During his tenure, the organization saw 25X revenue growth, approximately 10X valuation growth, and secured their Series B & C funding rounds. His position required that he embed within major technology vendors’ and health systems’ business and IT organizations to help them live on the cutting edge of scale while also scaling his own organization. Prior, Chris spent seven years at Epic in implementation leadership. He was promoted from Project Manager to People Manager overseeing a team of implementation specialists, while also acting as an overall executive escalation point for ER Physician Documentation. Chris personally directed the implementation of Epic software in the emergency department setting at more than a dozen major health systems throughout the United States.
Chris’s wife, Kelli, is due to become a Doctor of Nursing Practice in May 2020. They were married in June 2018 and featured on NBC’s Today Show a few weeks later for their song that Chris sang to Kelli during their wedding ceremony. They live in Wisconsin with their two pups — a 7-year-old lab and pit mix rescue named Legend (his friends call him Chubs) and a 4-year-old golden doodle named Tucker. Chris loves golf, comedy, and pop and country music.