Brad is a healthcare leader with demonstrated operations experience and strengths in continuously improving processes and utilizing information systems for the delivery of exemplary and safe patient care. He has worked in the hospital setting for his entire professional career and has implemented numerous innovative technology solutions to improve care, to allow caregivers to be more efficient, and to optimize the patient experience. He has particular interest in alert fatigue (technostress) and surveillance monitoring of non-critical care patients. Brad is also eager to collaborate with end users in decision-making when implementing new technology and using their knowledge, expertise, and suggestions to enhance processes, often using Lean principles to minimize waste and standardize work flows.
He has 20 plus years of experience in healthcare and holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Michigan, a Bachelor’s Degree from Wayne State University, and will soon receive a Master’s Degree in Health Administration (Informatics Concentration) from St. Joseph’s University.