Our Leadership


Kevin Staley |Chief Executive Officer

As CEO of Integrated Health Systems, Kevin has been providing technology solutions to business industries for over 27 years and specifically to long-term care facilities throughout North America for 15 years.  A leader in the entrepreneurship community, Kevin served as President of Entrepreneur Exchange II and has collaborated with executives from successful organizations such as Cerner, Sprint, ProPharma Group, and PointClickCare.  In the past, Kevin served as a board member on the U.S. Motorola Wireless Advisory Council and as an Advisory Council member for Trisension Corporation.

As the premier IT support and IT infrastructure and hardware solutions partner for PointClickCare, Kevin and his team are recognized technology and client care experts throughout the senior living market.  He understands the challenges long-term care providers face related to technology.  Kevin’s vast knowledge of technology management, finance, fiscal management, and the regulatory industry pushes his team to provide the best technology solutions for single or multi-site facility groups.  His commitment to being the leader in the client satisfaction experience drives Kevin to not only meet, but surpass, expectations.




Kevin Green | Chief Financial Officer

As Chief Financial Officer, Kevin Green brings to IHS nearly 20 years of finance and operations experience from a diverse range of industries including healthcare, residential community management, building automation construction, and technology integration services. Prior to joining IHS, Kevin was the Controller for C&C Group of Lenexa, KS, a regional construction firm providing building automation and technology maintenance services to general contractors, property managers, and direct customers including several Fortune 500 customers across 12 states. Kevin’s primary role was to lead the Accounting Department in the development and implementation of a new, customer-focused ERP system and to manage the month-end close process, financial reporting, and risk management.

Within the healthcare industry, Kevin worked on numerous merger and acquisitions engagements for healthcare consulting companies, Capgemini and Accenture. Focused on valuation modeling and financial due diligence, Kevin often worked with healthcare providers on the acquisitions, joint-venture partnerships, and divestitures of hospitals, physician practices, ambulatory surgery centers, and skilled nursing facilities over a seven-year consulting career. This background provided an in-depth look at the successful financial outcomes of healthcare providers who focus on core-competencies and are patient-centric in their operation and who partner with best-of-breed service providers for non-core operations and ancillary services. This partnership approach is what excites Kevin with the value IHS can bring to providers of senior care where the joint operation provides greater financial value than the sum of the parts operating independently.

Complementing his finance and accounting background, Kevin also spent five years managing the operations and public relations for two Division I collegiate football programs, with the University of Notre Dame and the University of Kansas. Driven to improve process flows and communication amongst coaches, players, university officials, media, and fans, Kevin brought a consulting strategy and corporate finance approach to managing the “behind-the-scenes” operation within the highly-competitive football environment. In his role at IHS, Kevin has transposed that approach to bring the structure and methods of competition and performance-driven outcomes to the corporate environment to drive customer satisfaction and success.