Healthcare IT Leaders Appointed to Guide Goliath Technologies’ Healthcare IT Advisory Council

Six industry experts join forces with Goliath Technologies to help advance Healthcare IT Operations by further developing proactive software and applications for Healthcare IT professionals

PHILADELPHIA, PA – January 13, 2015 – Goliath Technologies announces the formation of a strategic advisory council to ensure the company stays at the forefront of providing proactive Healthcare IT Operations software that eliminates the technological barriers currently preventing physicians and healthcare workers from consistently accessing EMR/EHR applications at the point of care.

“The dependence on IT operations to support and facilitate the everyday life-saving performance of health related organizations has never been more critical,” said Thomas Charlton, chairman and CEO at Goliath Technologies. “In response, we have enlisted a council of key advisors to ensure that our solutions meet the rigorous demands of a complicated market. Our leadership position, proven technology and deep expertise in Health IT provided the platform to attract a renowned group of collaborators.”

Drawn from the ranks of market leading healthcare organizations and academia, the Goliath Technologies Healthcare IT Advisory Council includes:

  • Chad Brisendine, VP & CIO at St. Luke’s University Health Network
  • Jim Stalder, CTO at
 Cook Children’s Health Care System
  • John McDaniel, VP of Innovation & Technology at The HCI Group
  • John E. Carroll MD, Assistant Professor at Georgetown University & Medical School
  • Tim Pemberton, CIO at Markham Stouffville Hospital
  • Ken Lawonn, SVP & CIO at Sharp HealthCare

Healthcare IT is in the midst of a dynamic transition and each member of Goliath’s advisory council will provide their unique perspective and well-rounded view of the Healthcare Delivery Marketplace.

“As a cross-vertical IT Operations software company, we listen intently to our advisors,” continued Charlton. “They bring real world understanding of their respective marketplace, the changing application of technology, and associated challenges and opportunities. We assign a high value to ‘unfiltered feedback’ from Council Members and utilize this information to develop our market and technology strategies.”

Goliath Technologies has released cutting edge IT performance monitoring, analysis and reporting modules for Healthcare IT professionals who use leading EMR/EHR applications such as MEDITECH, Allscripts, McKesson, T-System, Epic, and Siemens.

“After being a client of Goliath Technologies for over 10 years, I was pleased to get the opportunity to join their Healthcare IT Advisory Council. Goliath has made Healthcare Systems, especially EMR/EHR apps, a focus in recent years, and as a member of both the MEDITECH Service Advisory Board and Goliath’s Advisory Council, I believe I am in a position to help marry the performance monitoring functionality of Goliath with the native monitoring in MEDITECH so that we can continue to improve the proactive nature of our IT Operations,” said Tim Pemberton, CIO of Markham Stouffville Hospital.

About Goliath Technologies

Goliath Technologies provides proactive IT Operations software that addresses the evolving challenges of deploying virtual server and virtual desktop infrastructure whether on premise or in the cloud. Our solutions are purpose-built for these emerging platforms and application delivery methods and are vastly easier to use with greater functionality than alternative legacy products or point solutions. 

We communicate with existing enterprise frameworks, network-centric solutions, and other IT management tools, so we complement and extend existing IT investments with our virtual server and virtual desktop specific functionality. Goliath’s clients include Xerox, Verizon Wireless, Cox Communications, The VA, Wells Fargo, ADP, Thomson Reuters, UHS, KPMG, and NASA.

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