Matthew Condon

As the Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Bardavon Health Innovations, LLC,
Matthew J. Condon works as an advocate for transparency in healthcare and champions technology innovation within the industry that benefits injured workers across the country. He has been recognized nationally as an “entrepreneur to watch” by repeatedly forming companies that bring positive disruption to the marketplace.
At Bardavon, Matt has combined his passion for the industry and
desire to make a difference with his experience of successfully running startups. The resulting effort is an industry-leading, company focused on promoting a culture of financial and clinical transparency in the Workers’ Compensation sector, and beyond.

Matt’s vision for Bardavon is to optimize the way patients, therapy providers, employers/carriers, and other key stakeholders interact with each other. By using clinical treatment data gathered through bNOTES®,
Bardavon’s proprietary cloud-based clinical intelligence system, Bardavon is succeeding in its mission to change care pathways, experience, and outcomes across the country. Combining clinical treatment data with claims data enables key stakeholders to define functional outcomes based on each individual patients’ health.

Bardavon is not Matt’s first startup in the world of technology and employer driven healthcare. Matt previously founded ARC Physical Therapy+ (ARC) in 2003. It became one of the largest regional physical therapy clinics in the Midwest with 26 clinics in 2021, and over 100,000 annual patient visits. ARC was chosen as a Champion of Business by the Kansas City Business Journal for three straight years (2011-2013), earning a spot in the Hall of Champions. In 2013, ARC merged with U.S. Physical Therapy Inc.

As a nationally recognized thought leader, Matt is a sought-after speaker and an author in the fields of healthcare, technology, and Workers’ Compensation. He was named a regional finalist for the Ernst & Young “Entrepreneur of the Year” award, business magazine Ingram’s recognized Condon as a “Rainmaker,” and named him to its list of “40 under 40” high achievers, and since 2014, Condon has been included on the “Power 100” list published in the Kansas City Business Journal, which includes some of the most influential leaders in Kansas City’s business community.

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Thursday March 10, 2022

Moving MSK Outside the Four Walls of the Clinic