Kyle's career has been spent working with amazing people in hospitals and healthcare organizations around the world. Early in his career he was an Administrative Resident at University of Kentucky Healthcare and an Administrative Fellow at Johns Hopkins Medicine, then led the opening of the first international standards hospital in Shanghai, China while working for Johns Hopkins International. He has also been Vice President of Operations at Kosair Children's Hospital, then the Pediatric Service Line, at Norton Healthcare in Kentucky - one of the foremost leaders in healthcare quality (NQF National Quality Healthcare Award in 2011) in the United States. He was also SVP of Clinical Operations, then Chief Strategy Officer at one of the largest children's hospitals in the country, Phoenix Children's Hospital. 

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While growing up without running water and using an outhouse in rural Kentucky, Kyle Green learned the importance of sustainability from an early age. This focus on reuse and recycling has followed Kyle into adulthood and informed the focus of his company, HANDLE Global, which works to buy and sell excess medical inventory (think PPE, gloves, and medical equipment) for healthcare systems around the country.

Tune in to this week’s episode of Start Small, Dream BIG to hear MCAAD President Kerry Healey and Kyle Green discuss his childhood, his experiences in the United States and abroad, and his desire to make a big impact in communities across the nation by redefining the medical supply chain to make it more patient-centric.



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