See How Pareto Leaders are Moving the Company Forward
It's not always easy navigating the intersection of healthcare and technology. Both bring with them a complex infrastructure and language that is constantly changing and evolving. In a recent Built In Chicago article, we illustrate how Pareto's leadership team guides the company through the intricate and obscure network of healthcare technology.
This article features perspectives from a few members of Pareto's C-Suite. Read below to see what they have to say:
"We approach problems with the end in mind—that is, how we are going to solve them. Then we look at the available options to do that, as opposed to committing to one or a few technologies to solve all the problems that arise. This philosophy allows us to be much more flexible, nimble and creative in how we get to the right solution."Jason Montrie, President, on the Pareto philosophy on problem solving
"One major initiative that we have right now is finding the most efficient and effective ways to harmonize disparate clinical and consumer data from a variety of sources and activate insights to improve outcomes. There is an ever-growing volume and velocity of data in healthcare that lacks standardization and organization, making it difficult for organizations to gain any insight or make data-driven decisions. We want to build scalable, efficient solutions that enable our clients to be empowered by data."John Steele, CEO, on the major industry issues Pareto is tackling
"These technologies are the differentiating factor between the solutions that work today and those built to succeed tomorrow."George Asante, CTO, on how machine learning, AI, and NLP are impacting healthcare innovation