Member Since 2021
Los Angeles Area
Adam Bragg is an entrepreneur, speaker and former professional athlete. He is focused on identifying, developing and marketing new ideas and tools that enable individuals to improve and better manage their lives as well as achieve their full potential. Bragg co-founded and is currently managing two startup companies, Quickr and Experience Communities, that are disrupting the health care and education industries, respectively. Bragg is part of the Draper Venture Network and has partnered with billionaire venture capitalist Tim Draper on his current projects. Quickr is an electronic health record company that provides a secure online platform to facilitate the sharing, viewing and storage of medical records between patients, doctors, health care providers and pharmacies. The company’s mission is to make the patient the single access point for their health records thereby creating a complete and consolidated platform to address the interoperability and compatibility issues with current systems. Experience Communities develops and implements in-person education-related events and independent campus experiences for college students pursuing their education through online learning. The company creates and markets events and experiences directly to students under The U Experience brand and works with colleges and universities who want to improve their online programs with in-person components. Previously, Bragg founded Supra Educational Support, an academic learning center that supports scholarly success at every level by providing actionable guidance in subjects including computer science, economics, art history and the humanities. Bragg was on the varsity track and field team at Princeton, becoming an Ivy League record holder in pole vault as well as a three-time Ivy League champion and two-time NCAA All-American. He placed 14th in the 2016 Rio Olympic trials and was a 2020 Olympic hopeful for the Tokyo Games. He held a top three USA and top 25 world ranking. Bragg graduated from Princeton University with an A.B. in History and is on the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council.
Make sure patients know what they need to do and how long it will take so they can plan accordingly.
The best way to manage health data for both the provider and the patient.