We tackle each customer need with purpose. We eagerly listen, create solutions that work first time and then scale big iteratively.
Applying Human Centered Design, we visualize complexity by mapping user journey. We simplify through standardization, reusability and automation.
At every stage of project, we measure how well our solution performs – and how users are interacting with it in realtime – iterate and prioritize based on metrics.
We ensure goals are clear and broadly understood throughout our team to be aligned. We empower our team with freedom to own and be accountable.
Mike has served over 36 years in the United States Army. Prior to retiring as Lt. Colonel and Medical Battalion leader, he was deployed in Afghanistan, Iraq, and multiple areas in Africa. Honored with numerous commendations, Mike is passionate about providing excellent service to his fellow Veterans. He received his MBA from MIT Sloan School of Business.
An ex-IBMer and a serial entrepreneur, Nitin is a thought leader with over 20 years experience driving change in the US healthcare industry. His work in Interoperability is recognized at various US public sector agencies including HHS, SSA and VA. To his accomplishment, Nitin pioneered the use of IBM Watson in healthcare. He received his MBA from MIT Sloan School of Business and Master of Science in MIS from University of Arizona.
Omar is a nationally recognized healthcare IT leader and a former executive at HP Enterprise Services. During his 25+ year career he supported both the commercial and the government healthcare organizations including VA, DoD, University of Utah, and Intermountain Healthcare. He has accomplished connecting the VA with over 200 HIE partners and 140+ Direct HISP partners for veterans' medical records exchange. Omar is trained in Health Informatics at University of Utah and has a PhD in Mathematics.
Jim brings over 23 years of experience leading Business Intelligence and Data Analytics at VA. He is a retired VA Regional Director OI&T. He specializes in data engineering and Patient Generated Health Data (PGHD) on VA’s corporate data warehouse (CDW). He has a master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering at University of Florida.