Corona del Mar, California
Overall Rank: 58
Category: IT Management
Category Rank: 8
- Top SaaS CEOs of 2022
Tebra is the result of two companies joining forces to support the connected practice of the future. In 2021, PatientPop, a leader in practice growth technology, merged with Kareo, a leader in cloud-based clinical and financial software. Together, Tebra is committed to improving every step of the care journey for both providers and patients.
Power a connected practice with everything needed to attract new patients and keep current ones through the power of digital presence.
Empower patients through every communication touchpoint and deliver a uniquely frictionless experience and convenient access that builds trust and a healthier practice.
A modern, certified EHR solution built for the needs of today’s provider, delivering everything a practice needs. This includes robust charting, streamlined documentation, a comprehensive view of patients and their history, eRx, eLabs, telehealth, and more, allowing providers control of how they deliver care.
Billing & Payments
Fortify a practice’s financial health with billing and payment solutions that help the practice generate faster speed to revenue at higher rates.
Data & Insights
Understand every aspect of a practice performance with a robust analytics engine that aligns with insights from clinical, financial, acquisition, and reputation operations.
Tebra continually offers integration with the most widely used EHRs in healthcare, enhancing and expanding the patient-practice connection for providers.
Dan Rodrigues, Chief Executive Officer
Dan Rodrigues is Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder of Tebra, a leading cloud-based healthcare technology platform formed in 2021 with the merger of Kareo and PatientPop.
Dan founded Kareo in 2004 with the vision of making medical billing easy for doctors and their staff. Today, Tebra helps over 100,000 healthcare providers run more efficient and profitable practices, while delivering outstanding patient care. Headquartered in Irvine and Los Angeles, California, Tebra has over 1,000 employees who are passionate about improving healthcare.
Prior to launching Kareo, Dan started creating technology for the healthcare industry in 2001 as a Co-founder and Managing Partner of Skematix, a software consulting firm based in Southern California. In the late 1990s, Dan was Co-founder and CEO of Scour, a very popular search engine for finding music and video files online used by more than 10 million consumers. Dan began his career as a software developer for RealNetworks and Visio.
Dan has been recognized in the The Healthcare Technology Report’s list of Top 50 CEOs in Healthcare IT, E&Y as an Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist, Goldman Sachs as one of the 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs, and the Software Report as a Top 50 SaaS CEO in the United States.
Dan holds a B.S. in computer science from University of California, Los Angeles.
Luke Kervin, Chief Innovation Officer
Luke Kervin is Co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer for Tebra, a leading cloud-based healthcare technology platform. In his role as CINO, Luke is primarily responsible for managing the process of innovation for the company. He identifies strategies, business opportunities, and new technologies, and then develops new capabilities and architectures with partners, new business models, and new industry structures to serve those opportunities.
In 2021, PatientPop, a leader in practice growth technology, merged with Kareo, a leader in cloud-based clinical and financial software. Luke was the Co-founder and Co-CEO of PatientPop, where he oversaw all aspects of strategy, operations, and product development. The company was the third successful business venture for Luke. He is passionate about leading the integrated innovation strategy for Tebra.
Prior to co-founding PatientPop, he co-founded and was the president of ShopNation, and was also the first executive hire at StarBrand Media. The businesses were acquired by Meredith Corporation and POPSUGAR, respectively.
Luke holds a business degree specializing in commerce and finance from the University of Toronto.
Travis Schneider, Chief Corporate Development Officer
Travis Schneider is Co-founder and Chief Corporate Development Officer for Tebra, a leading cloud-based healthcare technology platform. In his role, Travis oversees M&A and strategic partnerships for the organization.
In 2021, PatientPop, a leader in practice growth technology, merged with Kareo, a leader in cloud-based clinical and financial software. Travis was Co-founder and Co-CEO of PatientPop, where he oversaw all aspects of strategy, sales, and business development. He is enthusiastic about leading the integrated corporate development for Tebra.
Before co-founding the company, Travis co-founded and served as CEO of ShopNation. He also co-founded and served as CEO of StarBrand Media. The businesses were acquired by Meredith Corporation and POPSUGAR, respectively.
Travis holds an honors degree in business and economics from Wilfrid Laurier University. He is also a two-time recipient of the KPMG Enterprise Entrepreneur Award.
Kyle Ryan, Chief Technology Officer
As Chief Technology Officer at Tebra, a leading cloud-based healthcare technology platform, Kyle Ryan is responsible for all areas of technology with a focus on the vision and strategy for Tebra’s suite of products and services.
Kareo and PatientPop merged in late 2021 to form Tebra. Kyle had been with Kareo for more than four years as Chief Technology Officer and enthusiastically accepted the opportunity to oversee the integrated technology team at Tebra.
Kyle believes that great products are created through a keen customer focus, groundbreaking ideas, precise engineering, and efficient execution. Whether leading a global organization or a small pocket of talented technologists, Kyle strives to engage and empower the people around him and believes that inspiration and a healthy dose of constructive dissatisfaction are keys to successful products and technology innovation.
Prior to joining Kareo, Kyle was Vice President of Product Development for Intuit’s Consumer Tax Group and oversaw the product and technology development of TurboTax, a multi-billion-dollar DIY tax preparation software solution. There he oversaw a global organization driving advancements in technology and customer experience innovation.
Prior to Intuit, Kyle was Vice President of Technology for Sony Online Entertainment, a division of Sony Computer Entertainment’s console and PC gaming development. During his 14 years with Sony, Kyle led the development of and brought to market many products. He also defined and directed the creation of a reusable game engine to streamline the product development lifecycle, enabling faster time to market and dramatic development cost reductions. Kyle also spent some time as a private equity consultant with PwC, working closely with PE Firms to make intelligent technology investments.
Kyle graduated from the University of California, San Diego, with a B.S. in computer engineering. As a Southern California native, Kyle enjoys outdoor activities and spending time with family.
Dave Justus, Chief Financial Officer
As Chief Financial Officer at Tebra, a leading cloud-based healthcare technology platform, Dave Justus uses his extensive experience as a proven leader to help build and grow the business. He is responsible for Tebra’s financial departments, including finance and accounting.
Kareo and PatientPop merged in late 2021 to form Tebra. Dave had been with Kareo for more than three years as Chief Financial Officer and was excited to lead the integrated finance team.
Prior to Kareo, Dave led the exit readiness and execution for four successful M&A events of SaaS companies to top-tier private equity firms and strategic investors. In the last exit, Avetta sold for over $500 million after Dave transformed its financial profile and increased its valuation by 5x.
Dave’s career experience includes over 15 years in C-level positions with a broad range of hands-on operational roles beyond traditional CFO roles, including M&A, strategy, legislative, legal, and human resources functions. Additionally, Dave served as strategic thought partner to five different entrepreneurial CEOs and four different venture capital and private equity boards.
After three CFOs in four years, Dave was brought on board at Avetta to resolve foundational system, process, and people issues in order to position the company for scalable growth and a sell-side exit. Dave transformed its resource allocation strategy, putting the company on a long-term path of sustained profitability while maximizing earnings under Rule of 40; built strategic partnerships; established a buy-side M&A team and strategy; rebuilt the finance, accounting, and billing operations teams; restructured HR; and drove M&A exit readiness for a sell-side transaction that achieved a record valuation in a sale to two top-tier private equity firms.
Dave’s time at The Retail Equation (TRE) included the tough economic conditions of the recession, requiring prudent fiscal planning and management to ensure TRE remained profitable. For more than 11 years, Dave advised the CEO and board, and served as the number-two executive while driving 10x enterprise value growth through two M&A exits.
Kevin Marasco, Chief Marketing Officer
Kevin Marasco is Chief Marketing Officer for Tebra, a leading cloud-based healthcare technology platform. Kevin joined Tebra in July 2022 and leads all aspects of the organization’s marketing programs.
Kevin brings over two decades of high-growth marketing leadership experience. Most recently he served as Chief Marketing Officer at Zenefits, where he led a major go-to-market transformation that included a company rebranding and repositioning, a shift to organic marketing channels, and launch of a product-led growth motion.
Previously, Kevin served as Chief Marketing Officer at HireVue, where he helped the company define a new category and grow from 10% to more than 40% market share, while increasing revenue by over 4,000%. Prior to that, he held senior marketing positions at Taleo (acquired by Oracle) and Vurv Technology.
Kevin holds a business degree from the University of North Florida.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are at the core of the success at Tebra. They foster an environment that welcomes diversity of thought, perspective, and lived experiences. They want everyone to feel valued and respected, and be able to bring their whole, authentic self to Tebra. This helps them cultivate their innovation and creativity when solving challenges for their customers and understanding the communities they serve. From employee resource groups to community partnerships, Tebrans take an active role in creating and amplifying DE&I in all that they do.
“Tebra is the first company I’ve worked for that celebrates cultural diversity. From our active employee resource groups to the cultural calendar, Tebra has created a company culture that really supports diversity.” – Jordan White, Onboarding
“Psychological safety is so important in today’s culture and Tebra has allowed me to bring my most authentic self to work every day!” – Michael Hamilton, Account Management
“Tebra proactively encourages employee feedback and genuinely engages with us to analyze and provide resolution. All employees’ voices are valued, which improves company culture.” – Cara Burris, Creative Lab
“The goal is to be myself at home and at work. I’ve become dedicated to bringing my full self to work because it fuels me to consistently be the best that I can be in all areas of my life.” – Jazimar Jones, Marketing