Since medical records contain so much personal information, precautions are being taken to protect them from unauthorized access. This is especially true with electronic medical records, where numerous issues could lead to potential problems. But with more entrepreneurs focusing on starting healthcare-related businesses, the future looks bright. And with the recent developments of Amazon purchasing pharmaceutical licenses and CVS readying itself to purchase health insurance giant Aetna, it’s clear there are many changes ahead in various areas of healthcare. And with entrepreneurs such as Drew Madden using his expertise in the area of electronic medical records, many more innovative changes are sure to be ahead.
Leading the way as President of Nordic Consulting Partners for the past several years, Drew Madden has transformed this company into one of the world’s most authoritative healthcare businesses. Working with numerous clients to design, implement, and troubleshoot electronic medical records systems in numerous types of healthcare facilities, NCP has experienced astounding growth since Drew Madden came aboard. For example, when Drew started with NCP, the company had only 10 employees. However, it has currently grown to 725 employees, with more growth expected in the next several years. Along with this, he has increased the company’s client total from only three to now more than 150. But perhaps most impressive of all, Drew’s efforts with NCP have literally paid off for the company, with annual revenues increasing from just over $1 million to an incredible $130 million. Due to this increase, Drew has been able to take NCP to the next level, enabling the company to work on bigger and bigger projects with many leading healthcare companies.
Determined to lead the way in this area of healthcare, Drew Madden knows that technology will ultimately take over most aspects of healthcare, especially medical records. Because of this, he expects to be working with more clients who are interested not only in securing their medical records, but also in having software that integrates easily with existing hardware. By using his talents in industrial engineering, Drew Madden will be a major player in this important area of healthcare.