Greg Lahens

VICE PRESIDENT, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

 

Greg has earned his wings building innovative technologies for the specialty hub services industry for over 15 years. From 2001 until 2007, Greg served as the manager of software applications for TheraCom, Inc. During his tenure, Greg led the creation of software applications supporting $500 million per year in pharmacy transactions, billed to over 2000 different insurance providers, and dispensed at three locations around the country. As a member of the founding management team of CareMetx, Greg has led a team of architects and developers in building the proprietary platform on which the current business operates – CareMetx Connect.

Greg joined Bethesda Partners in 2007 to lead the creation of a proprietary Internet platform that would support fraud detection for several organizations. As a management team member of CertiClear, Greg architected an Internet-based jobs tracker that helped states and municipalities count jobs for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009.

As a member of the founding management team of CareMetx, Greg has led a team of architects and developers in building the proprietary platform that the current business operates on. This cloud-based technology, as well as the portals and dashboards that work off that database serve all of CareMetx’ current clients. Greg has also developed eHIPAA.com which allows for the electronic capture of patient signatures for patient consent. Greg and his team are working to transform the industry into a more streamlined and ultimately more patient-centric and patient-friendly environment.

Greg is a graduate of the State University of New York at Albany with a degree in computer science.

 

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