Kim Chin is Founder and Managing Partner of McChin Healthcare Solutions headquartered in the Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. The firm specializes in global healthcare business development for digital health, telemedicine service providers and medical informatics companies. He consults for publicly listed companies, government and statutory boards, private equity and venture capital firms, and private sector enterprises across the global healthcare spectrum.
Prior to the founding of McChin Healthcare Solutions, Kim served in senior management positions in local government and the private sector. He led multi-disciplinary planning, marketing and government relations teams to implement healthcare access programs for communities in Washington, Oregon, California, Colorado, Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia. In addition to the Americas, Kim has negotiated deals for clients in the Association for Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, Latin America Caribbean (LAC), Africa, India and China.]
Kim earned his undergraduate degree from the Allen School of Journalism at the University of Oregon. He is an alum of the University of Washington's Daniel J. Evan's School of Public Policy and Governance Cascade Executive Program. Kim is a member of the Board of the North Carolina World Trade Association, a trade body representing multinational companies to promote international commerce between enterprises in the state and the world. Kim is a founding member of the Japan America Society of North Carolina, and is a contributor to Go Global NC international study tours and missions for business leaders and elected officials.