Cerner understands we cannot solve health care challenges for federal agencies alone. It will take collaboration with outside experts and influencers to enhance Cerner’s experience and help us develop leading-edge solutions and innovations.
Cerner Government Services has established a diverse group of experts and thought leaders under the Cerner Government Advisory Board to provide direction on development, sustainment and outreach within the federal government, health care industry, Veteran and military communities, and service organizations.
Patrick Murphy, Chair, was the first Iraq War Veteran elected to Congress serving on the Appropriations, Intelligence and Armed Services Committees, he was the 32nd Under Secretary of the Army, and is currently the Chairman of Innovation at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and an ambassador for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Hiring our Heroes initiative.
Greg Gadson, Colonel, USA (Ret), is an ambassador for the Gary Sinise Foundation and former director of the Army Wounded Warrior Program. He served in every major U.S. conflict since 1989 (Kuwait, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Afghanistan and Iraq) and was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal, two Legion of Merits, three Bronze Stars and the Purple Heart.
Jim Peake, M.D., Lieutenant General, USA (Ret), is a senior vice president at CGI Federal, a leading IT and business process services provider. Dr. Peake is a former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs and served as the 40th Surgeon General of the United States Army. He was awarded the Silver Star, Bronze Star and Purple Heart during his service in Vietnam.
Anthony Principi is Chairman of QTC Management, a company that works on contracts for the Veteran Affairs Departments. He served in the Vietnam War and commanded a River Patrol Unit in Vietnam. He was commissioned to serve as Republican Chief Counsel and Staff Director to the Senate Armed Services Committee from 1984-1988, served as the U.S. Deputy Secretary of Veteran Affairs from 1989-1992, and was the Fourth United States Secretary of Veteran Affairs from 2001-2005.
Marc Probst is the vice president and CIO at Intermountain Healthcare. He has been a leader in information technology and health care services for nearly 30 years. He previously served on the Federal Health Information Technology Policy Committee, which was created by Congress to help develop health information technology policy for the U.S. Government.
Donald Scott, Brigadier General, USA (Ret), served in Vietnam and received the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal and Combat Infantryman’s Badge. Following a 30-year military career he served as chief of staff and CEO of the city of Atlanta, as a founder and director of the National Civilian Community Corps, and as deputy librarian of congress for the Library of Congress.
Artie Shelton. M.D., Colonel, USA (Ret), is the director of the Vietnam Veterans of America’s Veterans Health Council. He served his country for 21 years in the U.S. Army. In 1993, he deployed to Mogadishu, Somalia, where he served as the 42nd Medical Task Force Commander. He also served 14 years as a VA consultant, including the role of director of the VA National Transplant Program.