Mission: To focus on continual improvement of Greenway’s existing products and enveloping the next generation of solution to meet customer needs.
Executive Vice President, Innovation
Johnathan Samples joined Greenway in June 1998. He was promoted to Vice President for research and development of Greenway’s integrated EHR and practice management solution, PrimeSUITE®, in 2007.
Mr. Samples previously served Greenway as a software developer, leading the development team for the PrimeSUITE electronic health record solution, then as Director and Vice President of Development and Quality Assurance. His current responsibilities include managing research and development for PrimeSUITE, including definition of requirements to meet customer needs, design, development and testing for this solution, and acting as the customer advocate for PrimeSUITE.
Mr. Samples previously worked as a software engineer at IMNET Systems, where he developed software components to support medical document imaging.
Mr. Samples received a bachelor’s degree in computer science at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Vice President, Information Technology and Chief Information Officer
Tim Bell joined Greenway in 1998 and has more than 30 years of experience in telecommunications and data networking. Mr. Bell is responsible for the information technology and computer systems that support Greenway’s solutions and services.
Before joining the Company, Mr. Bell served as the Communications Officer for the U. S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Redstone Arsenal, AL. There he led several military initiatives including service as senior technical adviser to the Commanding General on telecommunications and networking issues and program manager of the U.S. Army Missile Command Counter Drug Management Office supporting law enforcement agencies nationwide.
Mr. Bell has held numerous industry certifications and he received a degree in business administration from Darton College in Albany, GA.
Justin T. Barnes
Vice President, Industry and Government Affairs
As a healthcare software executive and public policy expert, Justin Barnes is a Vice President with Greenway Medical Technologies and manages Greenway’s industry, government affairs and international initiatives. He is also Chairman Emeritus of the HIMSS Electronic Health Record (EHR) Association as well as Co-chairman of the Accountable Care Community of Practice (ACCoP), where he assists both organizations with industry strategy and leadership.
In addition, Mr. Barnes is a member of the board of Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise-North America (IHE-USA). IHE is a multi-year initiative to promote the coordinated use of established standards to improve the way information is shared across computer systems and organizations to optimize patient care. Locally, he is Co-chair of the Bioscience Leadership Council of the Metro Atlanta (GA) Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Barnes has formally addressed and/or testified before Congress as well as the last two Presidential administrations on more than 15 occasions since 2005 with statements relating to value-based medicine, accountable care, ACOs, interoperability, standards, EHR meaningful use, consumerism, health IT innovation, health information exchange, patient safety, patient engagement, quality, healthcare privacy, security, confidentiality and the globalization of healthcare.
Mr. Barnes is a regular public speaker on these issues and has been published in more than 600 journals, magazines and broadcast media outlets relating to national leadership of health IT and EHR adoption efforts. In addition, he has advised several U.S. Presidential campaigns on healthcare public policy, HIPAA, health information exchange, health IT and EHRs.
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Vice President, Consumer Services
Scott Fannin, Greenway’s Vice President of Consumer Services since 2011, manages research and development activity for Consumer Services’ offerings. He is responsible for Greenway’s patient-engagement platform, PrimePATIENT®, and integrating Greenway products with consumer-facing products and services.
Mr. Fannin previously served Greenway as a PrimeSUITE Software Developer, Product Design Director, PrimePATIENT Director and most recently leading all aspects of Greenway’s patient portal product and PrimeSUITE hosted service as Vice President of On-Demand Services.
Prior to joining Greenway in March 1999, Mr. Fannin worked as a Software Developer at Indigo Moon Productions, where he developed the game engine and graphical user interface for an online, multi-player video game.
Mr. Fannin received Bachelor of Arts degrees in English and Economics from Bucknell University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of Kentucky.
Vice President, Population Health Services
Sam Holliday leads Greenway’s Population Health Services, which are designed to help providers, patients, payers, life sciences companies, researchers and other stakeholders work together to deliver the highest-quality, most-efficient and evidence-based care to improve patient outcomes and population health.
Mr. Holliday also serves on the Executive Committee of the HIMSS EHR Association (EHRA), the trade association representing leading EHR vendors in setting strategic direction for the industry.
He joined Greenway in March 2012, charged initially with setting strategy and driving the growth of Greenway’s PrimeRESEARCH™ business. PrimeRESEARCH services connect life sciences companies and researchers with providers and patients to facilitate clinical and outcomes research. These services help generate new medical evidence to create a learning healthcare system and are a core component of the company’s broader Population Health Services solutions.
Mr. Holliday has strong healthcare industry expertise from his experience as a technology consultant and investment banker, advising healthcare information technology companies, pharmaceutical services (CRO/CMO) companies and the research and development organizations of large pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.
He joined Greenway from J.P. Morgan, where he advised healthcare companies on strategic merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions, debt financings and equity financings, including the Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) of Epocrates (February 2011) and Greenway (February 2012).
Previously, he worked in Accenture’s Pharmaceutical R&D consulting business, where he led technology implementations and business process redesign projects across the drug development and portfolio management processes. He also led a consortium of pharmaceutical companies to explore potential uses of electronic health record systems and data to improve clinical research and drug safety initiatives.
Mr. Holliday received a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Business Administration in Health Care Management and Finance from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Vice President, Interoperability Services
Rob Newman joined Greenway in 1998. He was promoted to Vice President for research and development for Greenway’s interoperability solution, PrimeEXCHANGE™, in 2006. Mr. Newman previously served Greenway as a software developer and as a PrimeSUITE team lead. His current responsibilities include definition of requirements to meet customer needs, design, development and testing for this solution, and acting as the customer advocate for PrimeEXCHANGE.
Mr. Newman previously worked as a software developer for Greenway Corporation, where he assisted with the development of that company’s high-speed check sorter controller and multi-media storage and retrieval software. Prior to joining Greenway Corporation, he was employed for six years with Sales Technologies, a global leader in sales force automation software for the pharmaceutical industry, where he developed call management, multi-media and database interactive software.
Mr. Newman received a bachelor’s degree in computer science at the University of West Georgia.