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    Josh Weiner

    Josh Weiner is the CEO of Solutionreach. He joined Solutionreach from Summit Partners, a leading global growth equity firm. Through his work with Summit Partners, Josh served on the Solutionreach board of directors for three years. Prior to Summit Partners, he was a consultant with McKinsey & Company. Weiner has been recognized by Utah Business as a 2017 CXO of the Year and as a 2018 Forty Under 40 Utah Rising Star. Josh is a graduate of Stanford University and resides in Salt Lake City with his wife and daughter. Josh and his family spend as much time as possible exploring the natural wonders of Utah's mountains and desert.
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    Looking Back, Looking Ahead
    We made it.  I became CEO of Solutionreach in January 2020. I had broad ambitions of forging a new path for our terrific company, while building on its historical success. I spent my first month ...
    Part 4 of COVID-19: We're In this Together
    What you do is essential. State governments with stay-at-home orders have made determinations on what constitutes an “essential” service or business. The Washington Post analyzed what services have ...
    Part 1 of COVID-19: We Are in this Together
    As the week started, it already felt as if the ground was moving under our feet. Then, we experienced the largest earthquake in Salt Lake City in 28 years.  I was finishing up my indoor cycling ...
    Address COVID Challenges with Agility, Communication, and Collaboration
    Planning doesn’t work like it used to. The pandemic has prompted us to live more in the present. In some ways, this has been an unexpected blessing. In other ways, this makes our jobs as family ...
    Healthcare Leaders, Are You Where the Puck Is?
    When I first started in healthcare tech, someone told me something. No idea who said it, but it stuck.  “In healthcare, you don’t skate to where the puck is going. You skate to where the puck is.” If ...

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