As Senior Healthcare Strategist at Intel, played a significant role in defining and executing Intel’s strategy for the Healthcare Provider Segment worldwide.
Established Intel’s credibility as Trusted Advisor to Ministries of Health, Healthcare Provider Organizations in the Public and Private sector, and I.T. vendors worldwide. Won Healthcare I.T. Award for exceeding a nine-figure worldwide revenue goal (team), Division Recognition Award for Economic Model of Healthcare I.T. (team), KUDOS Awards for “… Customer Orientation, Results Orientation, Discipline, Risk Taking… going the extra mile… top notch spokesperson.”
As Worldwide Marketing Campaign Manager for Mobile Point of Care at Intel, led the development and execution of the campaign’s strategy around the world.
Established Intel’s thought leadership position on going mobile at the point of care in key strategic accounts, ISVs, OEMs, and Telcos worldwide. Doubled Intel’s mobile sales in the Healthcare Providersegment year on year.
As VP Prototype Development and later as VP Demo Systems Group at Eclipsys, led the development of end-to-end workflow solution prototypes and collaterals.
Eclipsys booked >$100M in less than one year, qualified to bid on strategic RFPs, won first place in Acute Care Comprehensive EMR, and Acute Care EMR Components categories at TEPR 2002. Won Chairman Awards for “…exceptional accomplishments, entrepreneurism, and teamwork” (individual and team).
As CEO of R&D Ribitzky, advised Solution Strategies on a competitive bid against a national defense contractor to develop and operate the American College of Cardiology’s National Cardiovascular Data Registry (ACC-NCDR™).
SSI won. As Medical Informatics Subject Matter Expert, guided the design, development and operations of the ACC-NCDR™, which was established as the ‘Gold Standard’ for evidence-based quality outcomes and safety measurement of cardiac catheterization procedures. UnitedHealth Group required hospitals seeking ‘Premium’ cardiac care designation to submit data to the ACC-NCDR™.
As CEO of R&D Ribitzky, led SAIC’s Clinical Scenarios track in Kaiser Permanente’s 3-track re-bid on National Clinical Information System (KP-NCIS).
KP’s objective was to consolidate this 6-vendor project. SAIC won along with IBM.