In the short time that I have been with the Garage, I have seen the time and energy spent ensuring that we are walking alongside of our customers. It is exciting to be a part of a company that truly partners with their customers in such remarkable ways. Grit over genius!
If you've ever seen Formula 1 racing, you know that every deiver is backend by fast-paced technicians and their race team manager. He's managing race strategy, making adjustments and ensuring everything is firing on all cylinders... so when the flag drops, it's ready to go.
That’s how our team operates. At every mile-marker, our people are engaged, focused and examining every detail. It’s not our first lap around the track, so we know the turns, the speed bumps and potential roadblocks to look out for.
Our team’s focused on the finish line, but it all starts in the Garage.
Pranam has always been an innovator. Over the course of his 20+ year career, Pranam has found much success in the Healthcare Informatics world and The Garage has been no different. Pranam has been behind the vision, design and architecture of cutting edge, award winning software products while being directly responsible for running businesses for large corporations. A problem solver by nature, The Garage has allowed Pranam to develop solutions to resolve some of healthcare’s biggest challenges.
Chief Data Officer
An expert and "guru" in medical economics with a special focus in data and intelligence as applied to MA HMO & Managed care, Joe brings in a wealth of critical experience to the Garage. As the Chief Data Officer, Joe is responsible for driving the Data and Analytics department vision, strategy and execution. He leads multi-dimensional teams that focus on data sciences, processing and warehousing in ways that ignite solutions that not only empower success opportunities for our customers but also enable sustainable business growth and profitability. He is also responsible for company wide data governance and compliance policies.
Chief Platform Officer
Jessica Robinson has worked in healthcare and education for 18 years. Jessica’s passion for creating a change in healthcare is what led her to join the Garage shortly after its inception in 2012. Starting as a Product Specialist, Jessica demonstrated her varied strengths by becoming a subject matter expert on all levels of product inception through delivery. In her role as Chief Platform Officer, she is responsible for all aspects of the product life cycle, from the spark of the innovation, through documentation of logic and requirements, design, development, testing and roll-out.
Chief Technology Officer
With over 17 years of experience in software application design, technology leadership, process leadership, project design for the Healthcare Information Technology industry, Matthew spearheads the design and architecture for the Garage’s platform. He mentors and guides the engineering teams through the software development process and Extensive experience leading and mentoring other software architects and guiding development teams through the software development process.
Chief Delivery Officer
Amit brings more than 18 years of experience in Healthcare from inception to software delivery, implementation & support. He has expertise in managed services & delivery of healthcare products including EHR & Analytics. As a Chief Delivery Officer, Amit leads the India Center and is responsible to deliver quality and on-time implementations through agile and ownership driven culture. He is also responsible for the compliance and data governance for the India team.
VP, Customer Success
With her entire career spent in the healthcare industry, Alex brings her industrial engineering education to add a unique twist to how we empower our customers towards value driven outcomes. From creating a clear vision of how the platform can enable change to working closely with key change agents to make it happen, Alex has a pulse on all things customer success. She also harbors a deep passion for continuous learning and transforming those learnings into innovative and strategic methodologies to support all customers in managing their at risk patient populations. With her process focused approach to customer success, she is working to change the game in population health management.
VP, Business Development
Hailing from The Windy City, Milan joined the Garage as the Vice President of Business Development. Milan’s interest in Healthcare dates back to his college days where he obtained his Master’s in Health System Management from Rush University. Not many people have the diverse background that Milan does – being able to understand the ins and outs of healthcare entities has attributed to much of Milan’s success.
VP, Data Services and Compliance
Daniel brings 18 years of extensive experience in Healthcare IT. He has implemented EHR and Practice management systems and managed programs for Meaningful Use/MIPS, NCQA PCMH, MA HEDIS, and MSSP ACO Quality reporting. He also has a passion for value-based health care and helping practices navigate the transition from fee-for-service to value-based reimbursement using technology. His years of experience in Health IT and clinic operations gives him a unique skillset that enables him to have the insight and expertise to deliver great technology and data intelligence to where it matters most, the clinician delivering care to patients.
Director, Data Sciences
Nadia has years of experience in both healthcare and education. She leads a young and energetic team of data scientists at the Garage that’s intricately involved in running analytical experiments on diverse health data sets in a methodical manner. The algorithms that are applied and defined influence our platform and our customers. As Director of Data sciences, her other responsibilities include research and evolve data models, collaborate with platform management and engineering teams to understand industry requirements and devise solutions, communicate results and ideas to key decision makers and engage with key analysts to map, normalize and prep data elements from multiple sources