- A comprehensive implant registry that tracks outcomes data
- Enterprise analytics that provides outcomes and costs visualization
- An interface that empowers patients to take charge of their own recovery.
Client Services Coordinator
Allie joined the InVivoLink team in March of 2016 as a Member Support Analyst. As a part of the Client Services team, her role includes supporting users at various facilities as well as technical support for patients. She previously worked for Washington University School of Medicine in her hometown of St. Louis, focusing on surgical data management and clinical research. Graduating from University of Missouri with a Bachelor of Health Sciences, she has always been fascinated by the evolving world of healthcare. You can catch Allie on one of Nashville’s finest hiking trails, lakes, or rivers when not chowing down at one of the city’s many delicious restaurants.Project Manager IIAmy joined the InVivoLink team in June 2015 as a Project Manager. She is focused on overseeing successful implementations for both internal and external projects. She has worked in the healthcare industry for over ten years in both the wellness and information technology fields. Previously, she has worked with aligning company objectives and overseeing multiple accreditations, as well as client facing implementations for software rollouts. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Western Kentucky University. She also obtained her Project Management Professional certification from Project Management Institute in 2010. In her free time, she enjoys crafting, binge-watching shows on Netflix, cooking, hiking, improving her golf game, and cheering on the Kentucky Wildcats Men’s Basketball team!Director of HCA Business
Kelly joined InVivoLink in September 2013 as an intern and is currently responsible for tactical product management activities and strategies. When she is not tinkering with the office compost ratio and high-fiving people in meetings, she focuses on understanding InVivoLink’s customers, championing their needs in product planning and decision making, and facilitating creative partnership throughout the company. She holds degrees in Medicine, Health & Society as well as Spanish from Vanderbilt University, where she spent her free time as a wilderness skills instructor. Though Nashville has thoroughly captured her heart, Kelly was born and raised in New England and still enjoys drenching things in maple syrup and driving well in the snow.Software EngineerKyle joined InVivoLink in September of 2016 as a Software Engineer. He started his career in 2011 at Asurion after graduating from the University of Tennessee with a Computer Engineering degree. While at Asurion he developed Middle Tier applications which orchestrated database, third-party API, and multi-service calls for the UI dev teams to consume. The next step in his career was at LetterLogic where he spent his time working on delivering client letters, creating dev tools to automate tasks, and helped with the re-architecture of a configuration site used by the company. Outside of his professional career he is a husband (married high school sweetheart), a father of one (for now), and an avid Vols fan (Go Big Orange!).Director of Client Services
Lane joined Invivolink in June 2011 as a Director in Client Services. She is focused on helping hospitals and clinics optimize the value of care. Previously, Lane worked for Sg2, a health care consulting and education company. During her tenure there, she learned many aspects of hospital dynamics and strove to help clients think about operations and purchasing with a longterm perspective. With a background in orthopedics, the transition to InVivoLink allowed her to focus on improving orthopedic and spine care. She enjoys working with clients across the country and engaging with hospital administrators, OR nurses, clinic staff, and surgeons to enhance their business and provide the best care to their patients. Lane obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. She received her Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. Outside of the office, Lane can most certainly be found doing some form of athletic activity such as running, golfing or trying her hand at a new sport. She’s always up for an adventurous trip, even ones that require no physical exertion.Senior Client Services Coordinator
Lauren currently leads HCA service strategies. In this role she acts as a liaison for implementation of facility, division, and internal best practices. She draws upon a background in luxury hospitality and holds a B.S. in biology from Loyola University; both of which come in handy when working with clinicians and stakeholders. She is also a yoga and meditation instructor who has helped students in her hometown of Chicago, here in Nashville, and abroad.Client Services CoordinatorMeredith joined InVivoLink in October 2016 as a part of the Client Services team. After graduating Vanderbilt University with an Engineering Science degree, she wanted to stay in the bustling city of Nashville and get involved in the healthcare hub. She feels InVivoLink is the perfect fit for her interest of technology as a healthcare solution and compassion for those experiencing illness. In her free time, Meredith can be found exploring the food and beverage scene around Nashville or cheering on the Predators at Bridgestone Arena.Senior Software Engineer
Michael moved to Nashville to join InVivoLink in 2013 after 9 years working as a developer in the defense industry. At InVivoLink he is primarily responsible for developing in-hospital client applications. He is a Georgia Tech graduate and current student in their online masters program. His primary interest is writing about himself in the third person.Chief Operating OfficerPaul joined the InVivoLink team in January 2017 as COO. Paul’s background includes roles in both technology and business across multiple industries. He and partners started an analytics consulting company in 2000 that ultimately led him and his family to Nashville. Here, he transitioned to healthcare and worked at HCA in Finance & Employee Services. Paul’s next move was to Healthways, a population health provider, where he held several leadership roles including sales operations, IT product development, and most recently as the leader of all global support for the international division. Paul holds an undergraduate degree in Finance from the College of William and Mary and an MBA with a concentration in entrepreneurship from the University of Georgia. Paul enjoys spending time with his family riding horses and taking care of their animals on his farm in College Grove.Scrum MasterBecca joined InVivoLink as Scrum Master after working with HealthTrust Technology Innovations as a Project Manager and Scrum Master for the analytics and Streetwise product teams. Her varied experiences also include six years at Vanderbilt, a brief foray into freelance writing and copyediting, and even a few years in an acting troupe in addition to her day job. A Nashville area “nearly native” (here since mid-childhood), Becca holds a B.A. in English from Middle Tennessee State University with a minor in Psychology and a lifelong thirst for learning and growth. When she isn’t busy delving into Agile and Scrum methodologies, you can find Becca in the beautiful outdoors or a climbing gym, practicing yoga, completing obstacle course races, and experiencing as many forms of art and food creation (and consumption) as her time allows. She is also a book, movie, and music enthusiast with tastes ranging from the carefully curated to “please don’t judge.” Her greatest passion, however, is empowering people to reveal their strengths and capacity to master their own success.Client Services CoordinatorSam joined InVivoLink in June of 2016. He is originally from Durham, North Carolina, but moved to Nashville to attend Vanderbilt University. As a client services analyst, he mainly works on maintaining InVivoLink's database, helping hospitals with technical issues, and assisting with InVivoLink implementations in new hospitals. In his free time, Sam loves cooking, reading, and Latin dancing!Senior DeveloperSeth joined InVivoLink as a Senior Developer in October 2016. He spent the last 9 years as a Lead Software Engineer responsible for creating highly-scalable cloud software, 7 years of which were spent developing software for the Home Health industry. His passions include playing drums, piano, guitar, and spending time outdoors.Senior Software EngineerSteve joined InVivoLink in 2016. He has been developing applications in the Nashville area for over 15 years. He spent the majority of this time in the payment processing industry. The last 4 years he has spent exclusively in healthcare. Steve lives in Nashville with his wife and two children.