WASHINGTON, DC, March 30, 2021 – MicroHealth, a leading small business consultant on public sector healthcare IT projects, announced that it has established a new Office of Growth Strategy to guide the company’s competitive positioning.
The department will be led by Dr. Sunil Pandya, a serial entrepreneur and physician innovator with a long history of advising healthcare technology firms. With responsibility for the company’s enterprise strategy, he will oversee a new alignment of marketing with the business development suite as well as guide the new innovations incubator of strategic initiatives. The goal is to deepen and widen the company’s project portfolio. He will report directly to the MicroHealth CEO, Dr. Frank Tucker.
“Dr. Sunil is a recognized expert in medical delivery and healthcare technologies and is an innovative business strategist. His expertise will be a valuable complement to our leadership team and a driving force in the expansion of MicroHealth as we continue to execute our mission of putting the health in healthcare IT in support of our government clients,” said Dr. Tucker.
“I was drawn to MicroHealth by the company’s commitment to a deep collaboration between clinical and technology experts,” said Dr. Sunil. “I am excited to join the MicroHealth team and continue its momentum of success. There’s even more potential to be realized and I look forward to bringing together our diverse capabilities to forge new and stronger client relationships.”
Dr. Sunil, who prefers to use his first name over his surname, partnered with the company in January 2020 serving as the chief medical officer in support of the Protected Health Information Management Services mission at the U.S. Department of State. He brings more than 16 years of experience operating companies and developing the teams and processes and marketing the capabilities that drove organic growth. Dr. Sunil holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical biology from Stevens Institute of Technology, obtained his medical degree from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, earned an MBA from Auburn University, and thereafter a master’s degree in healthcare innovation from the Edson School of Innovation at Arizona State University.
The Office of Growth Strategy is focused on long-term growth within MicroHealth’s market segment. MicroHealth, which started in 2011 has grown to a more than $50 million a year business with contracts supporting numerous healthcare projects for the federal government. Earlier this month, the company was recognized by Inc. magazine as one of the fastest-growing companies in the D.C. area and has been ranked as one of the best places to work.
About MicroHealth LLC
MicroHealth is on a mission to put the “health” in healthcare IT. To overcome today’s healthcare IT challenges, MicroHealth harnesses the combined knowledge and expertise from our seasoned team of health professionals, researchers, informaticists, and technologists who specialize in research, health information management, and technology. MicroHealth works with government agencies supporting healthcare technology development and implementation projects focusing on electronic health records, telehealth, agile software development, testing, and integration solutions. MicroHealth is a Center for Verification and Evaluation (CVE) Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and Small Business Administration 8(a) firm. For more information, visit www.microhealthllc.com.