Jeremy is Director of IP Continuous Improvement at Cerner, the world’s largest healthcare IT company, where he oversees data-driven improvement of software quality and engineering productivity. Prior to this Jeremy drove a company-wide initiative to enhance reporting capabilities for clients across Cerner’s clinical and financial solutions, helping clients drive stronger results in their healthcare operations.
He also spearheaded creation of a new measurement system for clinician usability and usage of clinical solutions. This system, now called Cerner Advance, helps Cerner and clients improve software development and training efforts to bolster clinician satisfaction, efficiency, and adoption of Cerner solutions.
Prior to joining Cerner, Jeremy worked in business consulting at Charles River Associates. He has an MBA from Yale School of Management, where he had a blast helping to lead the 2010 and 2011 Believers in Business Conferences. He also studied Industrial Engineering at Arizona State University.
Outside of work, Jeremy enjoys serving on the advisory board for the Global Orphan Project’s Care Portal initiative, traveling, running, playing guitar, and rolling around with his two boys, Mason (5), and Everett (2).