TigerConnect Appoints New Chief Technology Officer to Help Accelerate Product Innovation

TigerConnect is healthcare’s leading communication and collaboration platform provider. The company’s solution, TigerConnect, is the most the most widely adopted care team collaboration platform in the United States. More than 6,000 healthcare organizations are now using the solution to accelerate productivity, reduce wastage, lower costs, and improve patient outcomes.  More than 10 million messages are sent through the platform every day.

Tim Goodwin, CTO, TigerConnect.

The TigerConnect platform modernizes care collaboration by helping doctors, nurses, care teams, and patients communicate more effectively. TigerConnect is the only care team collaboration platform on the market that meets the strict standards for privacy and security demanded by HIPAA while incorporating the clinical workflow requirements demanded by healthcare organizations and achieving that while delivering a consumer-like user experience.

Today, TigerConnect has announced Tim Goodwin has been appointed to serve as the company’s new Chief Technology Officer. Goodwin will report directly to TigerConnect Co-Founder and CEO, Brad Brooks, and will lead the product management, development, and engineering teams.

“We are excited to welcome Tim to the TigerConnect team,” said Brad Brooks. “The Healthcare industry is at a cost/quality crossroads – and innovation in communication is a key driver to help the industry deliver quality care more efficiently. Having Tim as a driving force behind this initiative will help us innovate more quickly and continue building a world-class care team collaboration platform that transforms the way care is delivered.”

Goodwin has more than 15 years of technology experience and a solid track record of building and running high-performing product development teams in rapid growth environments. Previously, Goodwin served as CTO at Vacasa, the second-largest rental management company in the United States. The foundations laid by Goodwin helped the company move from supporting 5,000 vacation homes to more than 25,000 around the world. Prior to Vacasa, Goodwin served as CIO and senior vice president of Fiserv Digital Channels.

“Both as a patient and having a wife as a nurse, I know how vital better communication is to the delivery of quality care,” said Goodwin. “TigerConnect’s mission to radically improve clinical communication resonates strongly with me. Every small innovation or improvement to the product can impact the efficiency in which care is delivered and can mean the difference between life and death. It is an honor to join TigerConnect’s talented product and engineering teams to continue to build on our existing momentum.”

Author: Steve Alder has many years of experience as a journalist, and comes from a background in market research. He is a specialist on legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA. Steve holds a B.Sc. from the University of Liverpool.