Transforming healthcare through integrated solutions
Think Research is an industry leader in delivering integrated digital healthcare solutions. We provide knowledge-based workflow and decision support software to large healthcare payer networks and organizations, traditionally focused on hospital, acute, and seniors care.
Our products provide actionable, evidence-based guidance to clinicians through a digitally connected ecosystem, helping enable timely and accurate patient care.
Our mission is to organize the world’s health knowledge so that everyone gets the best care. Our goal is to be Canada’s largest end-to-end integrated healthcare technology provider by offering an evidence-based, data-driven digital care experience.
2021 is a very exciting year for Think Research. Launching on the TSX-V was a major milestone for us, and provides new opportunities to grow our company.
Our goal is to support physicians and their patients with the best possible care through integrated healthcare solutions. To accomplish this, we plan to become a leading integrated healthcare technology provider enabling an evidence-based, data-driven care experience.
We’re developing our product portfolio and making strategic acquisitions to realize this goal while increasing our clinical reach. Our solutions currently support the delivery of best-practice care in some 2,800 facilities in North America and Europe, but we’re just getting started.
We look forward to our journey with you and in generating ongoing value for our clinical partners and shareholders.
— Sachin Aggarwal, CEO
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Dr. Eric Hoskins is a medical doctor and public health expert with more than 30 years’ experience in healthcare, public policy, economic development and international trade. Dr. Hoskins recently served as the Chair of the Federal Advisory Council on the Implementation of National Pharmacare. He previously served as president of War Child Canada and was awarded the Order of Canada in 2007 for his humanitarian work. During Dr. Hoskins’ nearly 10 years as a member of provincial parliament in Ontario, he held several cabinet positions including Minister of Health and Long-Term Care; Economic Development, Trade and Employment; Children and Youth Services; as well as Citizenship and Immigration. As a tireless health advocate, Dr. Hoskins has many years experience creating and delivering health programs in Africa and the Middle East.
Cindy Gray, MBA, is the Managing Director, CEO and the founder of 5 Quarters Investor Relations, Inc. (“5Q”), an independent investor relations consulting firm operating out of Calgary, Alberta since 2013. 5Q provides strategic counsel on financial communications, continuous disclosure compliance and proactive corporate outreach programs for public and private companies. Cindy is a financial communications practitioner with 20+ years of experience in investor relations and capital markets. Cindy has held senior and executive positions at a number of public companies and led the global business development group for one of the Toronto Stock Exchange (“TSX”) and TSXV sector practices. She has been involved in the design and execution of tactical and strategic communications programs across multiple industries, including technology, natural resources, real estate, financial services and biotechnology, for North American and Australian-listed issuers. Cindy holds an MBA from the University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business and recently concluded two terms on the Board of Directors of Discovery House, a Calgary-based non-profit organization that offers integrated residential and community services for women and children fleeing domestic violence.
Kirstine is the author of a bestselling leadership book published by Random House “Our Turn”. Kirstine Stewart is also the Head of Shaping the Future of Media and a Member of the Executive Committee at the World Economic Forum where she leads a team working with the CEOs, Chairs and other C-suite executives from more than 30 major global media companies including Google, Facebook, Tencent, NBCU, Bytedance and more. The team works with these media leaders to keep the industry on the leading edge in a disrupted marketplace. Kirstine first worked at the intersection of tech and media when she led the Media and Content Teams as VP North America for Twitter, transitioning after she built the fastest-growing Twitter ad sales office in the world, located in Canada. As VP Media in New York, Kirstine led teams driving content creation and business partnerships in News and Government, Entertainment, Music and Sports. Before moving to Twitter, Kirstine was the Head of Canada’s national broadcaster, the CBC. She is credited with reviving the public broadcaster by introducing such hit shows as Dragons’ Den, Murdoch Mysteries, Heartland and more, expanding CBC’s reach across TV and Radio and taking CBC through a major digital transformation marked by the 2014 Olympics. Over her career Kirstine held a series of executive positions in Canada and the US including leading Canada’s HGTV and Food Network and managing and programming 37 international channels for Hallmark with offices in Denver, Hong Kong, New York and LA. Prior to her work at the World Economic Forum, Kirstine held C-suite positions at two successful tech startups, the most recent being digital transformation company TribalScale working with John Hancock and Emirates among other international Fortune 1000 companies. She has served on a number of public, private and nonprofit boards and advisories including TheScore, WOW (Creators of Castlevania), PSP Investments and Ryerson University’s DMZ.
Richard J. Wells has served as the Chief Financial Officer of Waterton Global Resource Management, Inc. (“Waterton”) a $2 billion private equity firm focused on the precious metals sector for the past ten years. Richard is responsible for all financial aspects of Waterton’s corporate office and operating subsidiaries including accounting, reporting, taxation, investor relations and administrative matters. At Waterton he provides financial oversight as a board member for various operating companies, and has previously served as the audit committee chair for public mining companies listed on the TSXV. Prior to co-founding Waterton, Richard was the Chief Financial Officer of a global family office which conducted investments across a variety of sectors, including real estate, healthcare and technology. Earlier in his career he was a Manager of Financial Reporting at a Canadian automotive company, Magna International, Inc. He was awarded the Canadian Chartered Accountant designation (Ontario Honour Roll) in 2002 while employed in the audit practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers and holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) from McMaster University where he was awarded the gold medal for outstanding academic performance.
Sachin Aggarwal has served as the Chief Executive Officer of TRC since 2010. Under his leadership, TRC has become a leading provider of evidence-based clinical decision support tools with a focused mission: to organize the world’s health knowledge so everyone receives the best care. TRC is now a leader in the global health data economy, allowing TRC to standardize care at scale, aggregate knowledge across health systems and improve the quality of care for patients. Prior to his role at TRC he served as the Deputy Chief of Staff for the Office of the Leader of the Opposition. Previous to that, he was an associate with a leading Canadian law firm. A recipient of Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 Award in 2017, Sachin also sits on the Board of the Council of Canadian Innovators. He is currently a Senior Fellow in Public Policy at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy and has served as an advisor to numerous start-up and scale-up companies in the innovation sector. He was called to the Bar in Ontario and New York and holds an MBA from the Rotman School of Management.
John is Think Research’s Interim Chief Financial Officer. A versatile executive, John has experience leading numerous departments in fast-growing companies, including finance, operations, technology, and sales teams. He has also executed large corporate transactions, including growth capital financings, two IPOs and over a dozen strategic acquisitions. As a financial executive, John helps companies negotiate a variety of complex transactions and develop reliable, timely and persuasive financial reporting during periods of transition. Prior to joining Think Research, John served as CFO, COO & VP Customer Experience at CarltonOne Engagement, and CFO of Natraceuticals and Rand Worldwide. John is a Chartered Professional Accountant and holds an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University, where he was awarded the Henry Ford II Scholarship for highest academic standing.
Joanna is Think Research’s Chief Administrative Officer. Over the past 10 years, Joanna has been instrumental in growing Think, helping the company expand from a small startup to a team of more than 200 full-time and part-time employees. Joanna oversees Think’s robust seniors care programs, and works with stakeholders in the sector to develop large-scale projects and business development activities. Joanna also serves as Think’s Chief Privacy Officer and as a legal advisor to the executive team on employment and litigation-related matters. She holds a law degree from the University of Calgary and has more than 15 years experience practicing law as an employment lawyer and commercial litigator.
Saurabh is the Chief Technology Officer at TRC and oversees three divisions: Product Management, Engineering and IT Operations. In his role as CTO, Saurabh is accountable for the product strategy, its engineering development, ongoing technical operations as well as the privacy & security of all IT solutions. Saurabh works closely with a cross-functional team of product strategists and technologists in building innovative solutions that bring clinical knowledge and evidence to the point of care. As CTO, Saurabh has adopted agile principles in the field of healthcare information technology to create and deploy scalable and secure solutions that are trusted by patients, providers and health system administrators. His efforts have been central to the development of the TRC suite of solutions which are now deployed in over five continents and connects clinicians and patients at every stage of the patient journey. Prior to joining TRC, Saurabh worked as a Management Consultant at KPMG, and he founded his own healthcare technology company, which was acquired by TRC in 2013. Saurabh has an MBA from the Rotman School of Management, and a Bachelor of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo.
Mark is the Executive Vice President for TRC. A lawyer by training, Mark has enjoyed a rich and varied career, having worked at a national law firm and served as a senior political advisor to a national party leader. Prior to joining our Executive Team, Mark worked as an Executive Manager for the Canadian Broadcast Corporation where he led negotiations for hundreds of content deals. He is an entrepreneur and investor in digital health and digital media and has been instrumental in driving the growth of Think Research. In 2014, he authored his first book, Forgiveness: A Gift from My Grandparents, which went on to be a #1 national best seller.
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