Kim Chin is the Founder and CEO of McChin Health Solutions where he advises health service, product and research clients across the U.S., Asia Pacific and Europe. Kim has extensive experience leading client teams in national and international strategies in market positioning and growth, including strategic partnerships and acquisitions.
In addition to consulting for providers, Kim provides healthcare sector contextual intelligence, market insight and due diligence to private equity, venture capital and institutional investors. Kim is a Board Advisor for Amalgam Capital, a multi-disciplinary team of investors and operators focused on acquisitions in healthcare and adjunct verticals.
Prior to founding McChin Health Solutions, Kim served in leadership positions in the private and public sectors. As the head of the development department In Washington State, he helped evaluate, plan and improve a complex transportation corridor between the adjoining states of Oregon and Washington which had a critical impact on jobs in the manufacturing and service industries. In Washington, DC, he worked with District, Northern Virginia and Prince George’s County jurisdictions to successfully implement federally mandated access for seniors and the disabled to jobs, medical services and education.
Kim is a mentor for the University of Oregon’s Lundquist School of Business and a judge for School’s Center for Entrepreneurship’s New Venture Championships that attracts MBA entrants from around the globe. Kim also serves on the Finance and Governance Committees of Go Global North Carolina, a program of the 17-campus University of North Carolina System to build competencies and capacity for global policy makers, educators and the business community.
Kim obtained his bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon’s Allen School of Journalism. He is an alumnus of the Cascade Executive Management Program at The Evans School of Public Affairs, University of Washington, and the Disney Management Institute, Disney Parks and Resorts, Orlando, Florida.