Board of Advisors

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Blake T. Hackett

Blake is a Project Manager at Indiana University Health and CHV capital, supporting the system-wide business development team’s strategic initiatives and venture capital fund portfolio management. Blake is a United States Air Force veteran, has an AA in Mandarin Chinese from the Defense Language Institute, a Bachelors in General Studies from Indiana University, and an MBA from the University of Notre Dame.  
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Sharad Patel

Sharad is a serial healthcare entrepreneur who has created transformative systems to manage health information of all kinds. In 1991, he built software to manage and track patient charts for very large multi-specialty practices in Northern California. Pyramid Health acquired his company, applying his technology to medical records nationally. Quadramed acquired Pyramid Health in 1998. Sharad co-founded ChartONE in 1999 to redefine chart management, and eobONE in 2005 to manage the last inch of healthcare claims and remittance. The company was merged into P4 Healthcare to become one of the largest oncology intelligence companies in the US; Cardinal Health acquired P4 in 2010. The aggregate value of healthcare companies Sharad has been a part of creating exceeds $600M.

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Michael Sullivan, M.D.

Michael is Associate Director of Health Sciences for Internet2, a nonprofit whose 350 members include leading universities, research institutes, and government agencies. Internet2 operates an advanced nationwide fiber-optic network operating at 100 Gigabits per second. Dr. Sullivan works with biomedical researchers, health care organizations, and government agencies like NIH, CDC, NSF, DOE, and FCC to promote cyberinfrastructure support for advanced applications in the life sciences. Dr. Sullivan received his BA degree in biophysics from the Johns Hopkins University and his MD degree from the University of Kansas. He practiced emergency medicine for fifteen years and served as the CEO of an emergency physician group. He has 25 years experience in medical informatics as a medical software developer and health IT consultant. In recent years he has contributed to the creation of several health networks, including the Indiana Telehealth Network, the HealthLINC Health Information Exchange, and the Nationwide Health Information Network (NwHIN).
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Dana C. Voss

Dana C. Voss has had a successful 20+ year career in information technology in both private and non-profit sector settings.   Her experience spans a broad array of management and leadership roles in software applications and services in healthcare and higher education. 
Her higher education experience includes a 10-year stint in roles with Indiana University, responsible for departmental application development projects and ultimately leading the group responsible for IU’s data warehouse and reporting environment.
Her career in healthcare began in 2005.  As Vice-President of Software Development at Amedisys, a major home health care company, she was responsible for key software development projects, which increased efficiencies in departments and enabled the company’s aggressive acquisition strategy.  She next assumed the role of Director of Health Information Technology (HIT) with the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals, where she had primary responsibility for initiatives related to the HITECH Act. This included work involving Medicaid HIT, Behavioral Health Records, and the Louisiana Health Information Exchange (LaHIE).