Mr. Swedberg has a distinguished history of high-energy, strategy-focused management and technology consulting in the health care industry. He has extensive experience with health care delivery and information technology issues facing the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the Military Health System, State Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial healthcare organizations. He has over 25 years of health IT services industry experience with responsibilities ranging from strategy consulting to new venture development to IT services business development to IT services business management. He is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and is passionate about helping health care systems shift to patient-centric care models and unleashing the power of business process management, performance dashboards, and Lean Six Sigma thinking to improve the delivery of health care services.
Virginia Riehl has been working in healthcare IT for over 30 years. She specializes in optimizing the value of IT investments by health care organizations by facilitating strategic planning, project management, system acquisition, system design, development, implementation, and operations redesign to match the requirements of new applications.
Gary Tyndall, MD led Emergency Medicine in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) as its National Director of Emergency Medicine for 10 years and shaped the delivery of emergency medicine services to Veterans across the VA health care delivery system. He also served as Chairman of the Optimizing Patient Flow & Technology Group, working to implement real-time operations management processes and systems across the full acute care setting. He brings deep understanding and knowledge of emergency medicine, outstanding healthcare operations management skills, and experience in managing change in a complex healthcare delivery organization. During his tenure at VA, he standardized care delivery processes across over 100 Emergency Departments and Urgent Care Centers and used process analytics to establish continuous improvement capabilities across the entire system.