Jack Bowie

Senior Vice President

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Jack has been with Apelon since its founding, leading company efforts in Sales, Marketing and Engineering.

Jack is an internationally-recognized informaticist, regularly serving on healthcare standards bodies, and is a frequent speaker on terminology issues at healthcare industry consortia and conferences.

Currently, Jack manages a number of corporate relationships, including those with the Open HIE Project and the HL7 FHIR initiative, and provides consulting and design support to Apelon products.

Prior to joining Apelon, Jack held a number of business and engineering management positions at Xerox Corporation, Digital Equipment Corporation and the MITRE Corporation. He began his professional career as Director of Systems Software at the Massachusetts General Hospital Laboratory of Computer Science. Jack received his doctorate in Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Image Processing from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Dan Smith

Director, services

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Dan Smith joined the Apelon team in 2011. As a manager of the Project Management Office, Dan is responsible for the initiation, planning, and execution of many of Apelon’s projects. He also provides guidance and oversight for other members of the PMO.

Dan employs his engineering background along with Apelon’s software products to design and deploy efficient, technical solutions to an array of Healthcare IT challenges. For instance, Dan plays an active role in the National Committee for Quality Assurance’s efforts to manage hundreds of quality measurement value sets in Apelon’s Distributed Terminology System (DTS), leveraging DTS’ extensive subsetting capabilities. He has also led the initiative to migrate the National Center for Health Statistics’ maintenance of ICD-10-CM into DTS, taking advantage of critical data validation, change management, and export features, some of which were custom built specifically for NCHS. Dan graduated from Cornell with a degree in Chemical Engineering and is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Applied Health Sciences Informatics at Johns Hopkins University.


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