Dr. Rod Rohrich, A Nationally Recognized Plastic Surgeon

Internationally recognized as an innovative leader in plastic surgery, Dr. Rod Rohrich, practices at the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute and UT Southwestern Medical Center. His many achievements include being the founding Chairman and Professor of the Department of Plastic Surgery at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. His main focus is in reconstructive surgery, plastic surgery, rhinoplasty, education, aging, and facial aesthetics.

Dr. Rohrich grew up on a ranch in North Dakota and earned his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees there. He went on to Baylor College of Medicine, where he earned his medical degree. After working with The University of Michigan Medical Center, Oxford University, and Massachusetts General Hospital, at the Harvard Medical School, he made his way to UT Southwestern Medical Center as a Professor, where he has been working since 1986. He and his associates have contributed academically to the cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery fields, which have included publications in breast surgery, facial fracture repair, medical education, injectable fillers, liposuction, rhinoplasty, nasal anatomy, and patient safety initiatives.

Having chaired beyond 100 worldwide symposia, he has also given more than 900 scientific presentations in the field of plastic surgery. Dr. Rohrich was selected as editor-in-chief, in 2005, of the Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery journal. He has also authored and co-authored over 300 medline-indexed publications, he has been the editor of four plastic surgery textbooks, and written or co-written 30 textbook chapters. His interests include working with various institutions that regulate, promote, and advance plastic surgery. Dr. Rohrich has invented a new breast implant that he holds the patent to. He has also come up with educational tools that will bring technology to the many plastic surgeons he works with and educates.

His philanthropic contributions are just as impressive as his career. Dr. Rohrich has taught and performed plastic surgery in third world countries that need his help and his training, in the areas of reconstruction for severely burned patients and congenitally deformed children. Every year, through his foundation, the Rod J. Rohrich, M.D. Foundation, he supports a medical student who plans on practicing primary care in the state he is from, North Dakota. He also organized the East Dallas Mobile Health Unit to provide proper immunizations to their homeless people and underprivileged children. Dr. Rohrich and his wife, Dr. Dianne L. Gibby, co-chair an early childhood development program for underprivileged children, called the Dallas for Children Foundation.

Drew Madden, a Reputable Entrepreneur and Seasoned Healthcare IT Executive

Drew Madden is a highly experienced entrepreneur and seasoned Healthcare IT executive. Drew is also well versed with advising EMR projects, optimizing, implementing, and managing. For the record, Drew is mainly talented in combining project management, technical EMR, and consultancy operations to come up with successful implementation teams. Drew began his career at Cerner Corporation where he implemented Inpatient clinical solutions for over four years. In 2005, Drew joined Healthia Consulting. This company was later acquired by Ingenix Consulting in 2007.

Drew serves as the president of Nordic Consulting. He is particularly responsible for maintaining client relationships, recruitment, and business development. Drew maintains a close relationship with all Epic clients nationally and internationally. Drew has been afront on the company board and managerial team.

As a healthcare IT entrepreneur, Drew is particularly committed to building strong partnerships, high-end teams, and attractive culture. He first joined Nordic Consulting Partners in 2010 and served as the president of the firm between 2011 and 2016. Under his leadership, Nordic emerged as the largest Global Epic consulting company. This tremendous levels of success enabled the company to win KLAS awards on the merit of impressive consulting services.

Drew is primarily passionate about Electronic Media Records. He has spent the better part of his career collaborating, troubleshooting, and optimizing on technical challenges present with EMR project. While serving at Nordic, the company experienced massive growth as the number of employee in the firm rose from 10 to 725. Client partners rose from 3 to 150, and the company’s revenue increased from $1 million to $130 million.

Mr.Drew Madden holds a bachelor of science in engineering, Industrial Engineering. While at Iowa College of Engineering, Mr. Madden majored in Medical Systems.

The former president at Nordic recently launched the Evergreen Healthcare Partners which runs as an IT company. The subsidiary is critically focused in advisory and implementing services for different enterprise specialized HCIT and EHR platforms. Evergreen Healthcare Partners offers an array of healthcare IT expertise to various partners nationally. Evergreen Healthcare Partners is equally focused on empowering all team members to carefully shape their careers in close collaboration with various healthcare organizations