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Mike has served over 30 years in the United States Army as an Army Ranger, Civil Affairs Company Commander and Medical Battalion Commander. As a combat medic and medical platoon leader, he was deployed to Afghanistan, Iraq, and multiple areas in Africa. His service has been honored with numerous commendations. Mike has been both a business partner and a patient of the Veterans Affairs. He is passionate about providing excellent service to his fellow veterans.

Mike also loves entrepreneurship. In 2014, he started a cardiology medical device products supply company for hospitals. Now, he wants to bring his strong medical services and business expertise to make an impact at VA and DoD healthcare. He received his MBA from MIT Sloan School of Business.

Omar is a nationally recognized healthcare IT leader and an ex-executive at HP Enterprise Services. He has served various roles in his 25+ years career including Program manager, strategist and interoperability expert for commercial and government healthcare including HP, VA, DoD, IPO, SSA, University of Utah and Intermountain Healthcare.  Since 2003, he served as a contractor at VA where he is busy supporting teams that have accomplished connecting VA with over 120+ eHealth Exchange partners and 140+ Direct HISP partners to help VA exchange medical records for participating Veterans.

Omar is trained in Health Informatics at world renowned University of Utah & Intermountain Healthcare, after a PhD in Mathematics, then founded three companies (medical expert systems, online health risk assessments, and digital paper EHR) before supporting terminology and data sharing programs for the Veterans Affairs.

Nitin is a reputed Healthcare IT expert, an ex-IBMer, and a serial entrepreneur. He brings over 18 years of experience in driving change in the US healthcare industry, bringing solutions to deliver better patient care, and enabling interoperability among healthcare networks. Early in his career at Healtheon, Jim Clark (founder of Netscape) inspired him to solve difficult healthcare problems using technology. Since then, Nitin has worked both as an executive and an architect on a variety of complex problems laying the foundation to improve healthcare systems and processes. Among several, two key innovations he was a proud founding architect are a) IBM Watson for Healthcare, and 2) First-of-a-kind web-based EMR for Utah and Alaska Department of Corrections.

Nitin is actively engaged in healthcare interoperability issues and has authored and contributed to the development of national health IT standards. He has consulted for leading US public sector agencies including ONC, CMS, CDC, SSA and VA, has pioneered the use of health information exchange and founded 2 startups. Nitin received his MBA from MIT Sloan School of Business and Master of Science in MIS from University of Arizona.

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