Executive Team

Andrew Graham, President

Andrew Graham is the President and CEO of Clinic Service, a medical business support organization whose mission is to maximize the profit of practices large and small. His efforts focus on leading the company, implementing strategies to grow the business in profitable directions, and positioning Clinic Service as a positive and supportive leader in the national and Colorado healthcare management transformation.

Andrew is a trusted business advisor with two decades of experience in the healthcare, financial services, entertainment and consulting industries. His track record demonstrates a successful history of leading businesses to achieve significant annual growth. Andrew’s experiences are diverse, ranging from managing the design and implementation of IT performance improvement solutions for CIGNA, WellPoint, and Anthem to managing productions at Fiddler’s Green Music Amphitheater. An alumnus of the Second City comedy theater, he never forgets the lighter side of serious business. Andrew has a terrific ability to engage with people from any background and has a strong desire to have fun in anything he does.

Andrew is a voracious reader, hack musician, and a Cubs fan (which makes him an optimist). He earned his BA from DePauw University, his Executive MBA from the University of Denver, and is certified as a Project Management Professional. Andrew lives in Littleton, Colorado with his wife Megan and four children.

Michael Kuehn, Vice President

Michael oversees the sales and marketing efforts for Clinic Service. He also works with each of our new clients directly during their transition to Clinic Service to ensure that CSC meets their needs while exceeding their expectations.

Michael has over two decades of sales and leadership development experience. He has worked in various industries including healthcare, insurance, manufacturing, and financial services and has managed teams ranging in size from 5 – 65.  Michael is a skilled facilitator, delivering hundreds of keynote presentations and informative workshops to groups as large as 5,000. In Michael’s “down-time” he is usually training with his wife and son for their next half-marathon or cheering for the Denver Broncos.

“Michael’s ability to ask the right questions and analyze a solution is second to none. He extracts the key issues that plague our practice and hones in on the resolution options very efficiently and effectively. If a problem needs to be solved, Michael is the very first person I would want on my team.” -Dr. G. Webster

Ed Snorewicz, Vice President, Information Technology

Ed has been working with information systems since 1982, following his training in Management of Information Systems at the University of Colorado. After quickly rising through the ranks at Transamerica, Ed joined Clinic Service in 1991. He is our lead programmer and manages the hardware, software, data entry and operations teams. Ed has written programs in more than 20 different languages and has a sixth sense knowledge of multiple systems, platforms, databases, and languages. His unique ability to make disparate systems communicate with each other is a key asset for Clinic Service.

Ed has two children and is proud to be a new grandfather. He is a hockey dad/fanatic. When not traveling around with his son for hockey tournaments, Ed can be found behind a boat hydrofoiling.

Nancy Jackson, Human Resources Director

With over 12 years of experience as the Human Resources lead at Clinic Service, Nancy quickly rose to the top of our leadership ranks. She has developed and implemented many talent management programs, including our Star Performer Program as well as numerous health and wellness initiatives. Nancy has extensive training in employee management and development, and has been an integral part of the company’s growth. Nancy is an active member of SHRM (Society of Human Resource Management) and CHRA (Colorado Human Resources Association).

Nancy earned a BA in Biology from Denison University in Granville, OH, studied art history at Salzburg College in Austria, and is a graduate of the University of Denver’s High Performance Leadership program. When not working, Nancy loves to spend time with her husband Jeff, two very active boys, and her wild yellow lab. Nancy has been involved in many volunteer projects through the Junior League of Denver and has sat on the Littleton Fine Arts Committee. She has a passion for decorating and running. Nancy looks forward to when she has more time to travel extensively around the world with her family.