Skip to main content

Screen Shot 2020-08-06 at 7.21.12 AM 

Proven Financial Executive Brings Extensive Experience to Patient Access Technology Leader

Boston, MA – Kyruus, the leader in provider search and scheduling solutions for health systems, today announced that Jamie Kiggen has joined its executive leadership team as Chief Financial Officer. Kiggen will lead financial strategy, financial planning & analysis, accounting, and corporate development for the fast-growing patient access technology leader that now serves more than 600 hospitals and almost 300,000 providers across the United States. Kiggen will also play a key role in Kyruus’ continued organizational scaling and expansion into new markets. He joins the company after its recent $72M Series D funding round led by a syndicate that includes Francisco Partners, Highland Capital Partners, and Venrock.

Kiggen brings more than 20 years of financial and capital markets experience across a variety of industries to his position at Kyruus, including more than five years as Chief Financial Officer at fast-growing SaaS companies. Most recently, he served as CFO of Yotpo, a large e-Commerce technology provider. He was previously the CFO of Litmus Software, a leading email marketing company. Prior to these roles, he spent more than a decade in the investment industry, including four years at The Blackstone Group where he served as Senior Managing Director leading the venture capital team and as President of The Blackstone Foundation.

“Kyruus is in a truly unique position as the category creator and clear thought leader in patient access,” said Kiggen. “I’m thrilled to be joining the Kyruus team at this exciting time in the company’s evolution. We are rapidly enabling patients, providers, and healthcare organizations alike to benefit from a more robust, technology-enabled care search and scheduling experience.”

 Kiggen began his career at McKinsey & Company where he focused on emerging technologies and financial services. His background also includes founding roles in a number of software development ventures. Outside of his professional life, Kiggen is passionate about education and serves in a number of volunteer leadership roles. He is on the Leadership Council of the East Harlem Tutorial Program and the East Harlem Scholars Academy in New York and a trustee of the Indian Mountain School in Connecticut. Kiggen earned his bachelor’s degree from Harvard College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

“Jamie not only brings a wealth of invaluable financial expertise to help us expand our platform and scale to meet market demand, but also a deep commitment to making the world a better place,” said Graham Gardner, MD, CEO of Kyruus. “I’m excited to partner with him as we accelerate our ability to serve patients around the world and shape how care is coordinated across the healthcare industry.”