System Design Panel - Moderator
Cliff Cavanaugh, Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Healthjump
Cliff Cavanaugh is a developer turned executive who has been working exclusively on healthcare tech since 2005. He has created custom software products for all sizes of medical institutions including large hospital systems to small private practices. He has pioneered several visionary solutions in the healthcare space including analytics products, cost-saving SaaS as well as robust client-server software. Currently, he is Founder and CTO of Healthjump, a company with the mission of making the health data available to all members of the care continuum. Cliff also co-founded DataTrade Solutions, a provider of Health IT services to thousands of providers via health systems and practices across the U.S.; DataTrade Solutions was sold in 2015.
His extensive health-tech experience began with the deployment of an EHR which eliminated all dictation costs for CASEP a large Philadelphia private practice; since then he has developed cost-saving software and interfaces for organizations such as Mercy and Main Line Health; pioneered the development of an EHR reporting and analytics platform that has been deployed amongst some of the largest healthcare networks in the country including Trinity Health.
Cliff’s knowledge of healthcare legislation and regulation has led to consulting engagements at healthcare organizations including Mercy, Lourdes, St Mary’s, Southcoast, and numerous private practices. He is a member of the RAPID Informatics Work Group at the FDA and has assisted CMS in the development of Clinical Quality Measures for Meaningful Use stage 3. He is also a member of MIT’s Stex Program and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society.
Cliff has spoken on various digital health topics at universities such as MIT, Yale and Temple, industry conferences such as the FDA’s MDEpiNet Meeting and Nextgen‘s Users Group Meeting, as well as appearing in health/tech media such as the eHealth Radio Network, EHRIntelligence, and Technically Media.