After being named 1st Team All PAC-10 Kicker in 1999 and playing in the Rose Bowl with the Stanford Cardinal the following year – all while earning his BA and MA – Mike Biselli hung up his cleats and brought his unwavering determination and collaborative spirit to the field of healthcare. During his tenure with several industry-leading medical device companies in Nevada and Colorado, Mike quickly recognized the potential of digital health technology to significantly improve medical outcomes, and decided to join the growing movement of entrepreneurs, technologists, and clinicians who were reimagining healthcare through innovation. MedPassage, a digital health startup that connected the buyers and sellers of medical implants via an online platform, represented his first attempt at using technology to address the US healthcare system’s pervasive inefficiencies. After a private equity group acquired MedPassage in 2013, Mike began collaborating with a wide range of individuals and organizations dedicated to accelerating the current transformation of the US healthcare industry through digital health innovation.
Yet it was only as a Board Member of Prime Health and a Senior Advisor to 10.10.10 that Mike witnessed firsthand the tremendous power a determined community of clinicians, executives, technologists, entrepreneurs, academics, and investors could wield. Realizing just how much more could be accomplished if that power were harnessed, Mike began developing the industry integrator concept, a completely new feature of the innovation economy that would allow the healthcare industry to be integrated at the point of innovation by housing an entire health-tech ecosystem in a single location. Now, in partnership with governmental, academic, non-profit, and commercial organizations, Mike Biselli is developing Catalyst HTI, a first-of-its-kind industry integrator in Denver’s River North District (RiNo) that will bring together digital health startups and Fortune 20s alike in the race to fix American healthcare. As he and his team of real estate developers, architects, and designers prepare to open Catalyst HTI in early 2018, Mike has been helping a variety of healthcare organizations transition into the 21st Century innovation economy, while sharing his vision for industry integration at the point of innovation with health-tech innovators around the world.
“We’re not going to re-imagine healthcare just through the largest and most powerful organizations that have dominated the space for the past fifty years. And it won’t happen with startups alone. We have to do it together. Because if we don’t, we are trending towards a five trillion dollar problem that can bring our country to its knees.
If you are passionate about reimagining healthcare, you have a seat at our table.”