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1st Quarter Recap: HIMSS17, Exciting Additions to CA Team


In February we headed south to Orlando for HIMSS17. This was our 9th year exhibiting, and 10th year attending. We had a great week providing demos, discussing business, seeing old friends and meeting new people. We continued our tradition of a daily raffle with a donation sweepstakes. Each day we had a drawing and the winner received the opportunity to designate a charity to receive a $500 donation. It was an honor to notify the winners. They were excited they won, passionate about giving back, and thankful for the opportunity to select a charity to receive the donation.

Congratulations to the selected charity winners:

  • Boy Scouts of America
  • Casa de los Ninos
  • Compassion International

Our booth at HIMSS17:







Clinical Architecture Expands, Adds to Growing Team

2017 has brought many new faces to the Clinical Architecture family. We have been fortunate to expand several departments with top tier talent. Please help us welcome our new additions to our management team.


Victor Lee, MD, Vice President of Clinical Informatics, has worked in the field of evidence-based clinical decision support for 15 years at Zynx Health prior to joining us. Victor’s focus has been in interoperability and health IT product innovation. He has had several publications in healthcare journals including the Annals of Internal Medicine. Victor Lee attended the University of California at Berkeley where he received BA degrees in biochemistry and psychology. He earned his MD degree from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, MA and completed his internal medicine residency at Kaiser Permanente in Los Angeles, CA where he also practiced as a board-certified hospitalist and a teaching attending physician.


Ron Ross, Senior Director of Engineering, joined us with over 20 years’ experience in Information Technology.  This experience includes a proven ability to implement technology based solutions to solve business problems and the ability to implement innovative solutions to meet customer’s needs.  He has worked in several industries including consulting, insurance and health care.  While working at First Databank, Ron managed the engineering team responsible for clinical decision support applications, web portal applications, application programming interfaces, custom solutions and business applications.  Ron holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Computer Science and a Master’s in Business Administration.


With over two decades of combined IT and healthcare experience, Carol Graham, RN, MS, Director of Clinical Services, brings to bear an uncommon combination of clinical, analytical, and technical expertise that helps bridge the various perspectives in healthcare IT. Carol’s work has included technical and consulting roles with Fortune 25 healthcare, life science, and pharmaceutical customers as well as direct nursing care in academic medical centers, community hospitals, and home care settings. She has broad experience in software development from concept to delivery including clinical workflow, interoperability, data modeling, and decision support solutions and enjoys working in a collaborative environment to creatively solve challenging problems. Carol holds a BSN from The University of Tennessee Health Science Center and an MS in Computer Science from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Additionally, we added a new Account Executive, Team Member Services Coordinator, and a Quality Assurance Automation specialist.

We are still hiring great talent for a variety of positions. Let us know if you or someone you know is interested in working with us.

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