- 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.
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 EngineerKent joined InVivoLink in 2019 as a Software Engineer. After earning a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Austin Peay State University, he discovered a love for problem solving with technology. His Journey in following up on this discovery has given way to an interest in how technology can improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare. Alongside these interests, Kent loves going on adventures with his wife and children, improving his skill level in martial arts, and occasionally playing guitar.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!).Executive Administrative AssistantLori Ann recently joined InVivoLink in June 2018 as the Executive Administrative Assistant. Graduating with a Bachelor of Science from Harding University, she’s always been captivated by the diverse elements of medicine and healthcare. Her current role serves as primary support to the executive leadership and IVL team members, a.k.a “the multitasker”. Lori Ann’s background includes roles in: Commercial and Residential Design, Project Management and Healthcare. When not at work, Lori Ann enjoys spending time with her family, entertaining/cooking, and watching sports (especially golf, tennis and football). Additionally, her children would tell you, she’s a self - proclaimed coffee addict and can be found at one of the many Starbucks locations in Nashville.Software EngineerQA Automation Engineer IIPhillip joined InVivoLink in April 2017 as a QA Automation Engineer. He is responsible for creating and maintaining the automation framework including end-to-end and API regression tests. Phillip has 7 years of experience in Software Development Quality Assurance, 4 specializing in Test Automation. Phillip enjoys continuous learning, software development, lifting weights, and pizza. He lives in Mount Juliet with his fiancé.Infrastructure/Privacy ManagerRob joined InVivoLink in October of 2016. A Nashville native, he has lived in many places -from Austin to Boston to Scotland. After receiving his Bachelors of Landscape Architecture from LSU, Rob soon found himself changing careers into IT. Throughout most of his career, he has managed Infrastructure teams in the financial services, legal, and energy verticals. At InVivoLink, Rob manages our Infrastructure environment in the cloud. He is also responsible for maintaining compliance while integrating technology solutions. In his spare time, Rob enjoys landscaping and modifying his car.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!Software EngineerSeth 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.Director of EngineeringSteve 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.Software EngineerTanner started working at InVivoLink at the end of May 2018 as a Software Engineer. He has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Rhodes College in Memphis. Tanner enjoys playing music, especially piano, keys, and synth. He has a weekly gig playing for the house band at the Ben & Morey Show on Thursdays at Third Coast Comedy Club. Tanner enjoys working at InVivoLink because the people are committed to doing quality work and push themselves and others to be their best.Software EngineerTaylor joined InVivoLink as a Software Engineer in 2019. He has a bachelor’s degree in Analytics from the University of Kentucky. Prior to joining the IVL team, Taylor spent the first 5 years of his career at a health care technology startup in Nashville. Taylor enjoys playing the drums, cooking, the great outdoors and spending time with his family.QA EngineerVic joined InVivoLink in June of 2019. He moved from California to Nashville to join IVL and hasn’t looked back yet. Vic began his career in QA shortly after graduating from San Jose State University in 2009. Since then he has spent the last 10 years working as a QA Engineer in the Silicon Valley for companies like; Sony, Tivo, Netflix, Jawbone, Google, Kespry and most recently Essential Products. He has worked on everything from set top boxes to Drones and is looking forward to making an impact in the medical space. When he is not busy writing test cases or reporting bugs, he enjoys playing basketball, exercising, and spending time with his family. He is also a huge fan of the Sacramento Kings planning his first trip to FedEx Forum to see them play the Grizzlies this upcoming season.