OST’s VanderMey Named To Michigan Health Information Technology Commission

OST’s VanderMey Named To Michigan Health Information Technology Commission

GRAND RAPIDS  – Jim VanderMey, Chief Innovation Officer at OST, has been appointed by Gov. Rick Snyder to the Health Information Technology Commission. VanderMey will serve a four-year term, which expires Aug. 3, 2022.

VanderMey has provided technical leadership and product strategic planning for OST since co-founding the firm in 1997.  He brings more than 30 years of health information technology and strategy expertise to the Commission having partnered with more than one hundred healthcare organizations throughout North America.

In addition to his experiences in the healthcare industry, he has also worked with large organizations such as Herman Miller, Boeing, Priority Health, Magna-Donnelly Corporation, Hewlett Packard, Amway, Meijer, Komatsu, Mercedes, Navistar (International Truck), Flextronics, and the US Navy.

VanderMey sits on the advisory boards for the computer science/IS departments at Calvin College and Grand Valley State University.  In addition, he has taught and spoken at conferences in Europe and Japan, and throughout North America.

For more information, click on www.ostusa.com

By |2018-10-31T20:01:48+00:00October 31st, 2018|Politics|

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