Enterprise Architect Brandt Welker Named Chief Technology Officer at MedicaSoft


Washington, D.C., January 6, 2014 – MedicaSoft, LLC today announced it has appointed Brandt Welker as Chief Technology Officer. Welker, an expert in enterprise software solutions, joins MedicaSoft after 7 years with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), where he served as Strategic Innovation Portfolio Manager and previously as Chief Architect for the Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture (VistA) Electronic Health Record system.

MedicaSoft partners with public and private healthcare providers to deploy advanced health information technology solutions - clinical systems, administrative applications, and electronic medical records - to improve the quality and efficiency of care delivery.

“We are thrilled to have Brandt bring his enterprise software expertise to MedicaSoft,” said MedicaSoft CEO, Mike O’Neill. “His ability to understand the challenges our customers face and to bring together leading-edge technologies to address them will be enormously beneficial to the healthcare providers and patients that we serve.” 

While at VA, Welker led a portfolio of healthcare IT innovations and software engineering solutions that enhanced VA’s delivery of care and benefits to Veterans. He guided the Strategic Innovation Portfolio, delivering a range of solutions including mobile health, chronic disease management, patient safety, and telehealth applications. Additionally, he made foundational contributions to the architecture of VA systems for healthcare and benefits.

“Technology, applied appropriately, has the power to help healthcare providers greatly improve the quality and efficiency of the care they provide,” said Mr. Welker. “I look forward to working with MedicaSoft’s customers to design and develop solutions that enhance their ability to provide outstanding care to patients.”

An exclusive value-added reseller of Info World software and services, MedicaSoft develops and customizes technology platforms for providers including more than 100 current care settings on two continents.