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Alexis Cort, Principal

Alexis founded HIPAAssociates in December, 2001 with the help of Jonathan Kim, Amy Sack, and the guidance of Drs. Cuchel, Saffran, and Hershfeld. He has 13 years experience in manufacturing, consulting, project management, and software development. Alexis has been involved in helping several young companies grow, including an electronic law library using XML. His first company, The Manufacturing Exchange, won several awards for its innovative business concept and went on to develop a platform to help contract manufacturers in pharmaceutical and other industries manage manufacturing capacity.

Alexis holds aerospace and mechanical engineering degrees from the University of Arizona and an MBA from Yale School of Management with concentrations in finance, strategy and operations, and speaks five languages. He has published scientific papers, holds a patent and has authored a manual on HIPAA implementation for small practices. He speaks frequently on subjects ranging from HIPAA compliance for providers and health plans to how new technologies impact the delivery of healthcare.

Bryan Kim, Consultant

Bryan has held various leadership roles in the healthcare space. As a health policy analyst on the Hill, he advised the media and key governmental leaders on salient issues requiring quantitative analysis and risk assessment. While with Intel Corporation, Bryan spearheaded the efforts to create an e-health industry coalition. He successfully forged strategic relationships with executive management of Fortune 100 companies with common interest in developing web-based tools to facilitate healthcare delivery. Bryan was part of the core product development team at Intel, which created a HIPAA-compliant authentication software for clinicians. Bryan has also advised leading international law firms of Arnold & Porter and Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe on questions of privacy and occupational hazards. Most recently, Bryan served as a consultant to leading academic medical centers; projects included due diligence support for health system acquisition, information systems strategic planning, and operational performance improvement.

Bryan holds a BA in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University, and an MBA from Yale School of Management.


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