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Welcome to Your Modern Hospital Supply Chain

This is Curvo

Times are changing.  Hospital supply chains struggle with long contracting cycles, lack of time, and unknown areas for improvement.  Each trade-off comes with a high cost of doing business.

From the basement to the board room.  As new payment models help to align physicians, hospitals, and payers in new ways, supply chain is coming out of the basement to lead.  But, the information strategy must keep up. Modern supply chains use technology to identify and prioritize opportunities, to build consensus, to track implementations, and to speed up slow, manual processes.  Curvo equips supply chains with the technology to reduce clinical supply spend with speed, ease, and agility.

This is your modern hospital supply chain. Curvo combines proprietary technology, data assets, workflows, and a connected vendor community to shorten contracting cycles, engage clinicians, and manage spend more effectively.  Curvo customers get to more savings projects faster through our strategic sourcing and spend SaaS.  We couple domain knowledge with agile development and customer success practices that delights customers with quick ROI and a steady stream of powerful new features and functions.

Above all, we value











Leadership Team

John Blythe
John BlytheLead Developer
Andy Perry
Andy PerryCEO & Co-Founder
Steve Suhrheinrich
Steve SuhrheinrichCOO & Co-Founder
Drew Mays
Drew MaysCustomer Success

Advisory Board

Kent Parker
Kent Parker
Kent Parker is founder and President of Snake Run Capital, where he works as an investor and advisor, helping software companies scale and grow their businesses. He currently serves on the boards of aPriori, kCura, Avetta,BusinesSolver, and Curvo Labs. Kent’s most recent operating role was as Chief Operating Officer of Ariba, where he helped lead the organization’s transformation to a cloud technology business model concluding with the sale of the company to SAP in 2012. His experiences outside of the technology industry include helping build and grow Caribou Coffee, as well as numerous leadership positions at Textron and United Technologies.
Dr. Tom Faciszewski
Dr. Tom Faciszewski
Dr. Tom Faciszewsk is the founder of Nowinka and an Orthopedic Spine Surgeon who has served in multiple administrative roles in healthcare including VP and CMO of Supply Chain. He has managed over $500 million in third party spend and developed category management strategies and teams to successfully bend the clinical cost curve. He has led clinically relevant Supply Chain initiatives in Orthopedic Total Joint, Spine, and Cardiovascular implants as well as Suture and Endomechanical devices. He understands the critical business issues facing hospitals, administration, clinicians, GPOs, and most importantly patients. He is experienced in bridging these seemingly disparate entities in successful third party spend initiatives, bringing value to all.
Steve Piotraczk
Steve Piotraczk
Steve Piotraczk has more than 30 years of experience across sales, marketing, manufacturing, and general management. Steve currently works for Aquila Healthcare Development, and he recently served as the vice president of sales at Industrial Scientific. Steve also worked as a VP of Sales for SAP in the areas of financial services, supply chain, procurement, and manufacturing. Earlier in his career, Steve was instrumental in the growth of FreeMarkets, Ariba and JM Solutions (JM Family Enterprises). Steve honed the art of solution selling while working the field for 12 years with Reynolds & Reynolds and owes his basic business training and experience to General Motors.
Brent Petty
Brent Petty
Brent Petty joined Lexmark in 2015 after serving 12 years as System Vice President, Supply Chain for Wellmont Health System, Kingsport TN. In addition to his Lexmark responsibility, Brent has the distinct honor in being the 2015 Chairman of the Board of the Association for Healthcare Resource Materials Management. (AHRMM). Brent earned his professional designation as a Certified Materials Resource Professional (CMRP) through the AHA Certification Center, a division of the American Hospital Association.