Dir. Transformation Projects
Gordon Jones is an idea developer with a doctorate in health administration and is a professor of Healthcare Transformation at Georgia Regents University and Medical University of South Carolina
Gordon is an innovative, enthusiastic, highly motivated, self-starter whom brings these skills to help clients and customers alike with uncompromising work ethic with faith based morals. He is adjunct professor at Hull College of Business at Georgia Regents University teaching courses in entrepreneurialism, healthcare and information technology and at The Medical University of South Carolina Department of Health Administration and Policy where he teaches courses in Health Care Delivery Systems and Health Care and Society. Most recently he served as a business development consultant to Global Emergency Resources a software solution developer and integrator for the healthcare industry. GER software helps manage various disparate Hospital and Clinic databases and provides near real-time monitoring and mapping of healthcare systems and assets during both emergencies and routine daily healthcare operations. Prior to GER he was with NDC (now McKesson) responsible for assessing the internet space for health information technology and assisting the strategy team reporting to the CEO what strategic initiatives NDC Health should make to compete with other international rhealth information companies. Before Joining NDC he was SE Regional Director for Business Development where he headed the team responsible for the building the territory from $0 zero in revenue to $175 million before joining NDC Health. Gordon founded http://www.mhealthhub.com/ (mHH) which is a curator of the best in digital health communication systems including telehealth, remote monitoring and mobile device, and application management solutions (automated voice, email, text). mHH assists collaborating health systems (e.g. providers, payers, physicians, pharmacists, therapist) to care for their patients no matter where in the world they are when they need the care. For an example, go to http://www.tecc.me/ and learn about his Technology Enabled Care Coordination initiative. Gordon’s mantra is F.E.T.C.H. Facilitate – working with the right partners Execute – completing the mission Teach – transferring my knowledge Coach – motivating the team Humble – doing good under stealth.