Chris Kryder, MD
Chris Kryder, MD is a leader in healthcare data analytics and information technology. He is the founder of newly-formed New Era Medical Organizations (NEMO), and he is executive chair of Chicago-based Higi. From 2013 through 2020, Dr. Kryder was an executive partner in Boston-based Flare Capital Partners. Previously, Dr. Kryder served as executive chair of Valence Health (sold to Evolent), founder and CEO of the analytics vendor D2Hawkeye (sold to Verisk) and a co-founder of Generation Health (sold to CVS). Dr. Kryder was a primary care internist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for nearly two decades, and directed clinical operations for MIT’s corporate HMO. He received his BA (History) from the University of Buffalo, his MD from Georgetown, and his MBA from MIT. He was active on the faculty of Harvard Medical School, Division of Health, Science, and Technology for more than 25 years.