Features July 2020

Tony Damron – Pikeville Medical Center

Est. reading time: 6 mins

There’s something to be said about growing up in your hometown, spending time away to gain perspective, and then returning in a position to make a difference—in this instance, helping direct technological solutions to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Such was the case for Pikeville Medical Center’s CIO Tony Damron. Growing up in rural southeastern Kentucky, […]

Kamil Sindi – JW Player

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Years ago, a world didn’t exist that allowed a handful of people to build a billion-dollar business with no profitability. So says Kamil Sindi, the chief technology officer for video platform JW Player. He adds that there was pressure for the company to be profitable as soon as possible or it would mean the end […]

Kyle Jones – Florence 1 Schools

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Though once featured in “The Corridor of Shame,” a documentary about poor conditions in South Carolina rural schools, a filmmaker visiting Florence 1 Schools now would get an entirely different picture, as the district takes a leading role in e-learning that became especially crucial during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s been quite a turnaround, and one […]

Unmesh Srivastava – P3 Health Partners

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Back in 2018 Unmesh Srivastava lost the healthiest man he ever knew: his father. It came as a complete shock to him because his father, Anil Srivastava, lived an exemplary lifestyle: walking up to 10 miles a day, eating a vegetarian diet and never drinking or smoking. Then, suddenly, he was diagnosed with gallbladder cancer […]

Jon Fisher – CrowdOptic

Est. reading time: 4 mins

With all the bad COVID-19 has sown across the world, there are promising developments in the realm of telemedicine. But first, some context in the form of a short history lesson. Originating from the inventions of the electrical telegraph and the telephone, modern telemedicine or teleconsultations developed as part of military and naval communication. They […]

David Walton – Drucker + Falk

Est. reading time: 5 mins

David Walton knew right away that the technology he used while working in health care could be used in much the same way in the commercial and multifamily rental industry. Leaving his job at Virginia Commonwealth University to move to Drucker + Falk last year, Walton was determined to show that his experience could be […]

Wayne Fellmeth — Hunterdon Healthcare

Est. reading time: 5 mins

It’s not difficult to imagine meeting someone named John or Mary Smith. But imagine how difficult it can be to ensure the correct records and data are assigned to the right John or Mary Smith at a healthcare facility serving thousands of patients. And imagine how difficult it becomes to make those records available throughout […]

Jeffrey Hoffman – Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Years before he began studying medicine, Dr. Jeffrey Hoffman was already tinkering with computers. “I thought ‘wow, here’s a box that does so many interesting things,’” Hoffman recalls. Appreciating the role computers could play in health care was one thing. Understanding how—and finding the right tools for the job—proved another challenge entirely. As chief medical […]

Scott Knote – Powell Electronics

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Piece by piece, Powell Electronics is a key supplier for the agriculture, defense and aerospace industries, supplying thumbtack-sized sensors and connectors or even the components that ensure space-bound rockets lift off cleanly and safely. These are not always everyday items, Powell Chief Information Technology Officer Scott Knote says, but from procuring components to custom assembling […]

Jason Frame – Southern Nevada Health District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Having lived in Las Vegas for years, Jason Frame can’t recall a time when the streets were empty by day and had families cruising the vacant Strip at night—on bicycles, no less. The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the city’s usually bustling streets into a virtual ghost town. So far, 5,000 residents have tested positive, despite […]

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