Kyle Salyers is the Senior Vice President of Business Development at Health Catalyst, a recognized leader in data warehousing, analytics and healthcare outcomes improvement.
Previously, Kyle was the Co-founder and Managing Director of CHV Capital, Inc. (CHV), a wholly owned venture capital affiliate of Indiana University Health, where he lead the firm’s investments in NICO Corporation, Health Catalyst, MindFrame (acquired by Covidien), MedVentive (acquired by McKesson), PerfectServe, NeoChord, Celleration and Noxilizer.
Mr. Salyers served as an Innovation Fellow and Investment Director at Rose-Hulman Ventures, an affiliate of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, which invested in over 30 technology-based start-up companies, including Suros Surgical Systems (acquired by Hologic).
Mr. Salyers has also served in number of leadership roles across a wide range of public-private economic development partnerships. As the Economic Development Manager for Indianapolis Mayor Stephen Goldsmith, he was instrumental in establishing the City’s first technology-based economic development plan: The Mayor’s High Technology Task Force, and later served as the Vice President of the Indiana Technology Partnership. As the Senior Vice President for Innovation & New Ventures at Thomas P. Miller & Associates (TPMA), Kyle led the firm’s economic development and technology commercialization practice for many high profile clients, including Purdue University.
The President of Indiana University engaged Mr. Salyers to develop the University’s first comprehensive economic development strategy, Advancing Indiana and to serve as a Special Advisor to the President and Executive Director of Advancing Indiana.
Mr. Salyers is the acting Chair of the Indiana University School of Nursing National Advisory Board and the Advisory Board of the Eiteljorg Museum of Native American and Western Art.
Mr. Salyers is a graduate of DePauw University with degrees in Economics and Sociology and was a four-year varsity basketball player. Mr. Salyers has an MBA from the University of Notre Dame and completed Harvard University’s Making Corporate Boards More Effective executive education program. Kyle and his wife Natasha have three daughters.