Dr. Hudson is a physician and entrepreneur with over 15 years experience founding and growing healthcare-related businesses. His focus has been on creating efficiencies within the healthcare delivery system, and empowering healthcare consumers with technology. Dr. Hudson has been a serial entrepreneur with four exits (three to public companies), a healthcare investment banker with lots of sell-side and buy-side experience, and has served as the managing partner of large emergency medical practices. He was listed as one of the 12 Entrepreneurs Reinventing Healthcare in CNN Money in 2012. Dr. Hudson is a frequent speaker on healthcare and technology.
iTriage was founded in 2008 and acquired by Aetna in 2011, and represented the first significant exit in the mobile health space. Since it’s founding, iTriage has become the leading personal healthcare technology, with millions of downloads, tens of millions of uses each year, an a customer base that includes a significant percentage of the healthcare delivery system.
iTriage has been on ABC, FOX, NBC, and CNN news, featured in the NY Times, USA Today, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, reviewed in Tech Crunch, Forbes, Scientific American, Parade, The Huffington Post, Mashable, TUAW, Real Simple, and promoted by Apple, Google, AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile.
Dr. Hudson has practiced emergency medicine in a wide range of environments, from country trauma centers to non-profit community hospitals. In addition, he has practiced around the world in many countries, including Nepal, Guatemala, and Kenya.
Peter enjoys golf, biking, and can be found telemark skiing with his wife and two daughters in Steamboat, CO during the winter.
Most recently Patrick served as CEO of Rivet Software, which in two years he took from $240,000 to $12 million in quarterly revenue–an increase that earned the company #60 overall placement on the 2011 Inc. 500 List, and #6 among software companies. A founding partner of Nebbiolo Ventures alongside Barclay Friesen and Philip Winterburn, he has also been the CEO of ServiceSelect and Delta Translation which was successfully sold to LFI in 1999.
Patrick has been recognized by the Denver Business Journal as one of Denver’s top “Forty Under 40” leaders as well as an Ernst & Young 2011 Entrepreneur of the Year finalist. He is a board member of Young Americans Bank, the world’s only FDIC-insured bank designed specifically for young people.
While Patrick typically moves at high speeds, he still takes time to savor what matters most–friends, family and good food. He frequents Denver’s restaurants, often with his registered therapy dog, Jasmine, by his side. He dreams of racing cars.
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