It’s Time to Stop Working the “eHr WAy”
We get it. EHRs create caregiver friction—and we’re doing something about it. We make your EHR function – the way it should. Without interfaces, without external applications, without downtime, without waiting for the next manufacturer upgrade cycle.
EHRs lack the features needed to get clinical work done in the hospital. Care providers need better workflow-embedded tools. Emailing patient lists to each other, copy-and-pasting—and risking HIPAA violations by texting patient updates must stop. We are fixing that for you.
As Deborah Abram, MD at Baptist Health put it, “CORES™ makes our processes more effective, and saves us at least an hour and half per day, per resident.”
Truth be told, getting your EHR to “serve you” is damn hard. That’s why no one has done it before. It takes a unique ability to think large, unravel complexity, and understand how providers work. And to ensure IT simplicity—solve the problem without interfaces.
As a new physician, TransformativeMed Co-founder and Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Erik van Eaton was frustrated by the millions spent on his EHR and the little it did to solve the care breakdowns due poor handoff communication. Refusing to accept the status quo, he invented CORES, taking the first step to unlock the EHR’s full potential.
CORES is embedded in Cerner MPages making it 100% interface-free, seamlessly integrating into EHR workflows. With the addition of machine learning, mobile and soon voice recognition, we help transform your EHR into a modern tool that adapts to the way you practice medicine.
Since founding in 2011, word-of-mouth has spread and now more than 120 large hospital facilities across the country use CORES, including multi-hospital health systems, academic medical centers and community hospitals.
As the company’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Doug Cusick is unabashedly excited about the breakthrough potential that TransformativeMed offers health systems and their care teams. Doug should know. He brings over 30 years of frontline expertise building businesses and leading global sales, distribution and marketing in the healthcare and life sciences sectors. At Atigeo, a healthcare and security analytics company, and Next Wave Connect, a member engagement software company for healthcare companies, and earlier as Vice President of Health and Life Sciences for the Americas at Hewlett Packard, Doug expanded corporate growth exponentially, and has also served as the industry executive at IBM for the Europe & Growth Markets, and as an executive director and Vice President at Healthlink Services, LLC, where he managed sales and operations in UK, Europe, and Middle East. Doug holds a degree in pharmacy from the University of Washington and is a registered pharmacist. He also serves as a Mentor at Life Science Washington, and as a Board Member for the Special Olympics Washington. He is active in the industry, including the Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), and has published on the return on investment in healthcare information in many high-profile journals including Fortune, Health Information Technology, Health Informatics, Health Leaders, HFM, Drug Topics, and Pharmacy News.
David Stone is a big thinker relentlessly focused on solving the EHR’s most complex problems vexing providers. He co-founded TransformativeMed after a decade working at the University of Washington. He joined UW Medicine and became the application architect for its EHR implementation. David led the development of one of the first EHR-connected app platforms and continues to lead the way in making TransformativeMed’s EHR optimization platform an indispensable tool for innovation. A called upon expert, David has presented on platform technology at healthcare industry conferences, and founded the MPages Development Conference, focused on app development in the Cerner EHR. David is a graduate of the University of Washington, with a Bachelor of Science in physics.
Dr. Erik Van Eaton
As a passionate advocate for provider technology that lives up to its promise, Erik Van Eaton, MD, FACS, represents the emerging new breed of “modern techno doc”. Serving in a dual capacity role, clinically Erik is a faculty member at the University of Washington in trauma surgery and surgical critical care. Leveraging his technical expertise, Erik has won accolades from colleagues and providers across the country as the innovator behind the CORES Smart Handoff App and invented the concept of role-based patient list relationships in 2003 as a surgical trainee. He continues to research and study broad sets of electronic tools that are likely to lend themselves to MPages development and actively brings the clinical perspective to the company by advising on clinical and business strategy, while maintaining his faculty role at the University of Washington.
With more than 30 years of experience helping healthcare and technology companies go-to-market, Cheryl Isen now offers her services as a Chief Marketing Officer to-go. In this role, Cheryl focuses on delivering a bottom-line, measurable difference, and since 2001 has helped more than 50 companies realize huge wins by making the right moves in positioning, marketing strategy, PR, and communications. Prior to founding Isen and Company, Cheryl led the marketing operations which often included IPOs and exits, for PHAMIS, Inc., VISICU, VitalCom and other companies.
TRACI BURGLER, RN BSN
Traci's passion revolves around helping customers use tools and technology improve patient care. Her 20 plus years in healthcare sales and account management has centered on helping healthcare customers use tools to improve patient care, decrease cost, and improve satisfaction. Traci has worked for a variety of organizations, ranging from startups to large companies. Most recently she has successfully delivered customer desired outcomes most with Sharecare and IDX. Traci is a registered nurse with a degree in nursing from Seattle University and a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.
Help Us Make a Difference
Do you want to have a real impact in redefining EHR optimization and work with a company that holds the potential to make providers work lives easier, so they can get back to their real job—caring for patients?
TranformativeMed is forging a new path with the best and brightest talent who have a desire to work hard, have fun and help us achieve our vision. If you relentlessly believe that there is always an easier way to do things and aren’t afraid of bending your brain to solve the most challenging problems, while being collaborative, then you’re our kind of person.
We’re always on the lookout for exceptional talent. If you are interested in learning more, please submit your resume and cover letter to careers@TransformativeMed.com. We are growing rapidly, and look forward to making a difference—together.