I’m proud to manage a large team here at Klick Health, all of whom are dedicated to delivering technical excellence on behalf of our clients. Orchestrating a diverse and multi-disciplinary team takes a lot of collaboration and focus, founded on Genome, our real-time data platform that helps us make informed decisions about every aspect of our business.
My own professional career started at the young age of 16. I’ve spent a lot of time in the technical trenches, building countless marketing websites, database applications, graphical user interface configuration utilities, mainframe monitoring software, cross-platform libraries, web-based products, an e-commerce platform, and busy e-commerce sites.
All of that experience comes into play on every project we undertake. My position affords me the opportunity to select, define, and architect the technology platforms that Klick Health uses to build every project, from vast eCRM implementations to cutting edge mobile apps to deep analytics to this very website.
Why are you passionate about health and wellness?
I’ve had the good fortune of enjoying good health my whole life. Working at Klick has given me perspective on how lucky that makes me, having now had the opportunity to work on a wide variety of disease states and conditions. Although my family has had the misfortune of experiencing some cancer, it has been the chance to impact the lives of so many people that has really provided me with an appreciation for the importance of healthcare.
What excites you about technology and its role in healthcare?
I’m very proud to lead the technology team here, where we regularly have the opportunity to leverage the latest technological advances in pursuit of that goal. There are three significant changes that keep my team excited: widespread access to information previously available only to HCPs through search engines like Google, easy ways to find similar patients and form online communities of support, and the rise of mHealth devices like the Fitbit activity monitor or Withings scale. I’m a convert to the idea of connected health devices, having personally used a Withings scale over the last year to understand the impact food has on my body and to find small ways to become healthier.