Niko Skievaski
President and Co-founder

As President and Co-founder of Redox, Niko Skievaski leads his team in helping healthcare organizations fulfill the promise of digital health – resulting in better patient outcomes and efficiencies for healthcare providers. In this role, he was named to Forbes 2017 30 Under 30 list of visionaries reinventing healthcare. Prior to founding Redox, Skievaski worked at Epic, one of the largest tech companies in the world, as an entrepreneur and advisor to start ups. After Epic, he co-founded 100state (Wisconsin’s largest co-working community) and created ICD-10 Illustrated-a satirical book illustrating medical billing codes. Skievaski has an MA degree in economics from Boston University and a B.S. degree in economics and international business from the Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business.