Have you ever wondered how a person can take a business from an idea to Forbes’ list of America’s Most Promising Companies?
Today’s guest is Stephen Hau. Stephen is the CEO and co-founder of Shareable Ink, an enterprise cloud computing company that helps healthcare organizations of all sizes transition to a more electronic healthcare environment.
I am going to talk with Stephen about what he did to get Shareable Ink off the ground including how he found his early customers and hired his early employees.
As Chief Executive Officer, Steve Hau is responsible for all of the operations at Shareable Ink and has full P&L responsibility.
Steve is an entrepreneur who brings over 15 years of experience in healthcare information technology, software development, and new venture creation.
Prior to co-founding Shareable Ink with Dr. Huang, Steve founded PatientKeeper and held several executive positions and a Board role over a 12-year period. With humble beginnings, PatientKeeper quickly grew to become the leading developer of physician information systems with over 15% of US acute care hospitals. Steve was also a co-founder of ThinkFish Productions, a 3D software company that was later acquired by Viewpoint Datalabs.
Steve earned Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he specialized in electronic engineering and computer science. Steve was also a Ph.D. student at Harvard University and a recipient of the Harvard University GSAS Fellowship before leaving to start PatientKeeper.