Corporate Sustainability: Environmental, Social, & Economic
Scot Braun, Chief Financial Officer, leads the NinePatch® approach to corporate sustainability. Scot has a successful career that spans more than 30 years in entrepreneurship, corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, recapitalizations and capital raises and restructurings, risk management, operational streamlining, strategic planning, regulatory and corporate governance, and management consulting.
Scot has worked with several public and private companies and has held corporate leadership positions, including Division CEO, Corporate CFO, Treasurer, and Chief Investment Officer. He has also founded, created, and launched several successful companies in the banking, marina/resort, and real estate development sectors.
He holds an executive MBA from Duke University and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Marshall University. He is also a licensed Certified Public Accountant.
When Scot is not managing the company’s financial operations, he enjoys sightseeing and international travel.
The NinePatch Approach
Creating technology solutions for healthcare data interoperability means growing and thriving in high-velocity environments. Scot’s approach to corporate sustainability includes building trust, identifying common goals, and anticipating changes in internal and external environments resulting in shared success.
It is no secret that the healthcare industry faces ongoing challenges to reduce costs, manage risk, deliver outcomes, and pivot to address regulatory changes. The NinePatch approach to corporate sustainability is rooted in its passion for supporting stakeholders, customers, government, and local community healthcare and service organizations seeking to reduce healthcare disparities.
Scot maintains a watchful eye on financial operations while considering short- and long-term results. He enjoys being part of a highly committed team with a can-do attitude. At its core, NinePatch has the experience and capability to deliver data exchange and configurability for organizations across local communities and states.
While the company operates in the SaaS (Software as a Service) industry, NinePatch views its relationship with stakeholders and customers as more than a software company. The decision to white-label software solutions places the interests and needs of customers and health and social care beneficiaries first.
Balancing social responsibility and financial sustainability can require nimble action by organizations seeking ongoing funding to support underserved populations on a long-term basis. Scot’s experience confirms that when clinical and social care organizations create mutually beneficial partnerships, the result is financial sustainability that benefits clients and patients.
Today and in the coming years, NinePatch will continue to lead the industry by offering next-generation software solutions that advance health and social care. Scot’s leadership and guidance will ensure that the company remains true to its moral compass to meet the ever-changing needs of customers and the industry.
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