Board of Directors
QuadraMed's distinguished Board of Directors includes many industry leaders with a long history of healthcare experience and a proven track record of building successful companies.
Chris Adams is a Vice President with Francisco Partners. Prior to joining Francisco Partners, Chris was an Associate at American Securities Capital Partners, where he evaluated and executed private equity transactions in a variety of industries including energy, defense, and consumer products. Previously, Chris was a Senior Associate Consultant in the Atlanta, Sao Paulo, and Sydney offices of Bain & Company. Mr. Adams holds a B.S. from Georgia Tech and an M.B.A. from Stanford Graduate School of Business. He is also a Board member of the following companies: QuadraMed and Discrete Wireless.
Duncan W. James
Duncan W. James is QuadraMed’s chief executive officer. An accomplished senior executive with domestic and international experience in operations, strategic planning, sales/marketing, and product management, Mr. James has more than 25 years experience in the healthcare information and technology industries. Prior to joining QuadraMed in 2009, he was group president at McKesson Corporation for nine years, and a member of the McKesson Operating Committee. In his most recent role as group president of the McKesson Provider Technologies Health Systems, he was responsible for the strategy and day-to-day operations of McKesson’s portfolio of clinical, revenue cycle, decision support and enterprise imaging’s solutions. Mr. James holds a B.S. in industrial management and an M.B.A. from Georgia Institute of Technology and University of Dallas, respectively. He also is a member of QuadraMed’s Board of Directors.
Jack Kane, C.P.A.
Jack Kane has a depth of healthcare technology experience, having spent 22 years at IDX Systems Corporation where he served as Chief Financial Officer before the company was acquired by GE Healthcare in 2005. During his tenure, he was responsible for IDX’s financial strategy, mergers and acquisitions activity, public reporting and analyst relations. He was also instrumental in IDX’s growth from $16 million to $600 million in annual revenues. Prior to IDX Mr. Kane worked in the high-technology audit practice of Ernst & Young LLP. Mr. Kane holds a B.S. and Masters of Accountancy degrees from Brigham Young University. He is also a Board member of the following companies: QuadraMed, Merchants Bancshares, Inc.; Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, GetwellNetwork Inc., Athenahealth, Inc.; Healthland (formerly Dairyland), and API Healthcare.
Graham O. King
Graham King was the former corporate executive vice president of McKesson and President of McKesson Provider Solutions from 1999 to 2004. Prior to his role at McKesson, Mr. King held the roles of Chairman and CEO of US Servis Company and President of Shared Medical Systems, respectively. He currently serves as President for King Consulting, and brings QuadraMed the benefit of more than 45 years of healthcare technology and services leadership experience. His breadth of knowledge spans both the financial and operational aspects of both private and publicly owned companies. Mr. King holds a B.A. from Virginia Military Institute and an M.B.A. from Indiana University School of Business. From 1980 to 1999, Mr. King served on the Board of Directors of various companies including: US Servis, ADAC, Auto-Trol, Optika, Longview, and OMNA.
Mr. Perlman is a partner with Francisco Partners where he leads its healthcare information technology investment practice. Prior to joining Francisco Partners, Mr. Perlman was a venture capitalist with Battery Ventures, where he was involved in identifying, executing and managing private equity investments in software companies. Previously, Mr. Perlman held positions at Advanta and Oliver Wyman. Mr. Perlman holds a B.A. in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University and a M.B.A. from Stanford Graduate School of Business. He is also a Board member of the following companies: QuadraMed, Aconex, AdvancedMD, API Software, Attachmate, Dmatek, Healthland (formerly Dairyland), and RedPrairie.