Mr. Lisanti spent the first part of his career in positions of increasing responsibility with Electronic Data Systems (EDS) and General Electric Company (GE). At GE, Mr. Lisanti was instrumental in growing the Computer Services Division from start-up to over $1.2 billion of revenue. For the last 15 years, Mr. Lisanti has been a principal in several successful high technology companies.
As an executive in technology and services with extensive experience in marketing, sales, M&A and strategic planning he has helped build several companies from early stage to over $500 million in revenue.
Doug conceived the WebChart product portfolio and the Med-Web network, now one of the few commercially viable United States HIOs. As president and chief technology officer, Doug provides overall leadership across a broad range of activities including strategic planning, product development, and integration efforts.
Doug has nearly two decades of software industry experience, building expertise in systems, networks, and management. His experience in healthcare technology has enabled MIE to predict the impact of the Internet, browsers, and other new technology on healthcare. A former electrical engineering student at Purdue University, Doug has published several papers on medical technology, artificial intelligence, and information systems.
Previously, Doug served as senior software engineer for NBS Imaging, designing and implementing statewide imaging and digital driver license systems and as Chief Software Engineer of Medisys, Inc., a medical-office software provider and distributor of Medical Manager billing software. Doug and Eric joined forces to found MIE in 1995.
Eric is responsible for MIE financial performance and company operations. Prior to launching MIE with Doug Horner in 1995, Eric spent seven years as operations manager and systems support manager for Medisys, Inc., a medical-office software provider. His duties included negotiating and maintaining the company's support contracts with its 75 largest accounts. He was also responsible for coordinating all engineering functions, including upgrades, new-customer installations, and integrating hardware, software, and installation services into turnkey operations.
Eric also served as hardware manager for Synergistic Business Infrastructures, where he supervised a technical staff that designed, installed, and maintained various hardware platforms. He holds a B.S. in business administration from Indiana Wesleyan University and an A.S. in electronics engineering technology from ITT Technical Institute.
Jeff is responsible for marketing and marketing communications efforts at MIE, serving as the chief steward for developing and delivering the Minimally Invasive EHR brand strategy. Prior to joining MIE, Jeff spent 20 years in advertising and management consulting, including a stint as a principal at one of the top 25 business-to-business marketing firms in the country.
Jeff has significant expertise in healthcare and biotechnology marketing and strategy development, including experience with Fortune 500 and start-up enterprises alike. Jeff is a member of the Board of Directors for Maple Leaf Farms, one of the largest specialty poultry producers in North America. In addition, Jeff has taught advertising at the University of Indianapolis and has been a frequent guest lecturer on business-to-business marketing for Indiana University's Kelley School of Business MBA program.
David has been a member of the core development team at MIE since 1999, specializing in WebChart and WebChart RIS/PACS. David serves as the primary link between MIE's software engineers and the implementation specialists who work directly with clients. David translates an understanding of detailed client needs into software products customized to meet or exceed those needs.
In addition to supervising the software team, he is responsible for all HL7 (Health Level 7) and DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) interfaces between MIE and third-party vendors. As MIE manager of product development, David directs the efforts of the MIE programming staff. David is also responsible for research, development, testing, and rollout of MIE enhancements, including the integration of MIE User Advisory Board suggestions.
Bridget manages WebChart implementation specialists and project coordinators. She is responsible for the integration of MIE products into client enterprises, managing post-implementation progress, and providing education and software training for healthcare organizations' employees, physicians, non-physician providers, business associates, and other third-party providers. Bridget also assists in product development, testing, and implementation of new WebChart functionality.
Prior to joining MIE in 2002, she was director of medical billing for a large physician group. She received her bachelor's degree in organizational leadership and supervision from Purdue University's School of Business, also focusing on studies in computer science. In 2001, Bridget completed the requirements of the American Academy of Professional Coders.