Features Healthcare

Mike Towers – Takeda

Est. reading time: 5 mins

When Mike Towers was first asked to work in information security while with a biopharma company in 2008, he had no idea why. He’d been with the company for more than a decade occupying roles in technology and management. He was experienced with directing strategies for the company but didn’t have military or law enforcement […]

Mohan Ambaty – Indiana Department of Health

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indiana Department of Health would process 100,000 lab results each month. Within the first few months of the pandemic, that number jumped to 1.5 million. Unprepared to handle such volume, its system became overloaded and couldn’t perform as expected. “Things may have been operating perfectly before COVID, but everything […]

Mike Wood – Avem Health Partners

Est. reading time: 4 mins

While there was a time when Fairfax Community Hospital provided vital medical care to residents of Oklahoma’s Osage County, by 2019, it was in ill health itself. Though it was the only hospital within 30 miles and had been the area’s largest employer, it was unable to pay its staff and was $1 million in […]

Michael Taylor – ECS, USNS Mercy

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Outfitted to respond to combat or other high-stakes situations, as well as deliver acute medical care to underserved populations on the other side of the Pacific Ocean, the USNS Mercy embarked on one of her shorter missions this past spring. Just 120 miles up the coast from her home port at Naval Base San Diego, […]

Mike Melo – LifeLabs Medical Laboratory Services

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Security breach. Two words that have become increasingly common in the digital world—and the last thing anyone in charge of cybersecurity wants to hear applied to their workplace. Companies and cities alike have fallen victim to the trend, and in its 2019 Cost of a Data Breach Report, IBM Security and the Ponemon Institute showed […]

Matt Moline – University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences

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If there ever was a need for hands-on instruction, this is it. Thousands of students attend the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences to earn graduate degrees in speech language pathology and  occupational and physical therapy. Yet even before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down those campuses this spring, Matt Moline, the executive director of […]

Matthew Bellman – MYOLYN

Est. reading time: 4 mins

“I wish you could build me a new body.” These words, the wistful thoughts of his mother, have always stuck with Matthew Bellman. When he was growing up, she was stricken with cancer twice—and beat it twice—but both ordeals took a major toll on her body. While he’s not at the point of rebuilding entire […]

Murali Balakrishnan – TIDI Products

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The nurse just left the room, but rather than bug her with another request, you’re feeling strong enough to get up and grab the magazine yourself. You lower the safety bars and, and as you swing your feet over the side and scoot to the edge of the bed, a sense of panic ensues: You’re […]

Maxim Budyansky – Avitus Orthopaedics

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It wasn’t exactly a “Eureka!” moment. Being a lifelong engineer, Maxim Budyansky knew what those felt like. Still, for him and cofounder Neil Shah, there was a recognition that the techniques and technologies being used for bone grafting needed an update. This surgical procedure uses healthy bone to repair breaks and fractures elsewhere in the […]

Moe Alkhafaji – Discovery Health Partners

Est. reading time: 4 mins

A technologist by profession and education, Moe Alkhafaji has a passion for technology and problem-solving. But he acknowledges that, in his younger days, his goal was to “start a company to build something cool and make money.” That inclination led him to design and develop an intelligent decision-support engine using contextual patient data—medCPU Advisor—that, when […]

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