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John Puopolo – CorEvitas

Est. reading time: 3 mins

When a pharmaceutical company creates a new medication for a chronic illness, like psoriasis, it must maintain the effectiveness and safety of that medication and report adverse events to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Instead of collecting the data and developing evidence for the drug itself, however, it might contract with a company like […]

J. David Christensen – PlanSource Benefits Administration

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Even for experienced HR leaders, navigating benefits programs and managing events, such as annual enrollment plans for health insurance, is complex work. For employees, understanding their benefits plans, including the payroll deductions for them, is equally, if not more, complex. J. David Christensen says PlanSource Benefits Administration looks to help both companies and employees by […]

Jericho Simmons – Sound Physicians

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Jericho Simmons is not among the doctors, CRNAs, advanced practice providers or nurses Sound Physicians provides to health care networks throughout the U.S. for acute care services. However, as chief information security officer, Simmons manages the company’s security, ensuring that sensitive data such as personal health information is protected. Founded in 2001, Sound Physicians is […]

Jeff Gautney – Rush University System for Health

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Jeff Gautney was drawn to Rush University System for Health for its structure. Based in Chicago, the organization consists of a clinically integrated network of hospitals, an extensive medical group and a university. Gautney, the vice president and chief information officer, says this makes his work more interesting and complex. “When you add a thousand […]

Jason Buhro – CAMP Systems

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When Daniel J. Ryan developed a computerized maintenance program for the Gulfstream II jet in the mid-1960s, the use of private aircraft for business travel was in its infancy. However, Ryan’s maintenance program drew enough interest for him and three colleagues at Grumman (now Northrop Grumman) to leave the company and found CAMP Systems in […]

Joshua Nash – Camden National Bank

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It was just a casual event at Camden National Bank last year when Joshua Nash recognized the real significance of his time in the infotech department. As he observed the gathering, Nash noticed that so many of those under his wing had been promoted, achieved a higher professional certification or departed for choice positions elsewhere. […]

Jason Schermerhorn – Crestwood Behavioral Health

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Maybe he initially sold himself short, for Jason Schermerhorn never envisioned himself as part of corporate leadership. A technologist, he was thrilled to become a network engineer in December 2013 at one of California’s major providers of mental and behavioral health services. What an opportunity, he thought, to further his skills and in such a […]

Justin Lahullier – Delta Dental of New Jersey and Connecticut

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Justin Lahullier is never going to lean over dental patients and ask them to open wide. As CIO for Delta Dental of New Jersey and Connecticut, he never prescribes anesthesia, rinsing or flossing, either. But since joining the provider of dental benefits in January 2004, Lahullier has made it his practice to extract data to […]

Jerry Vuchak – Children’s Hospital & Medical Center

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Having a sick child is hard enough—technology shouldn’t be an added stressor. So says Jerry Vuchak, senior vice president and chief information officer at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska. “I feel passionate about what this organization is doing, which is providing the very best care for kids,” Vuchak says. “Technology ultimately ties […]

Jin Gwak – AmeriCU Credit Union

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When Jin Gwak began her career, it wasn’t in technology. With a passion for helping others, she was studying to become a psychologist. After coming to the United States at the age of 23, she planned to earn her doctorate, advance her psychology credentials, and return home to South Korea. But the early 1990s were […]

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