Cameron McClintock joined Saxony in April 2019 as a Business Development Executive for our healthcare practice. He brings years of experience working for healthcare clients in business development and client services.
“My experience in the medical software field has given me insight into the pain points that healthcare firms face,” Cameron says. “Saxony knows the particular challenges that healthcare firms face. We help you navigate these business matters and offer custom solutions that fit a client’s workflow.”
The prospect of working in healthcare and/or the tech sector has intrigued Cameron for as long as he can remember – he’s passionate about both topics. At Saxony, he’s been able to combine those passions into one pursuit.
“I understand that doctors went to school to be doctors – not data entry specialists,” Cameron says. “We can leverage technology to streamline processes and make things more efficient. That reduces burnout and improves patient outcomes.”
Physician burnout and data entry pain are the outward symptoms of inward problems related to data architecture, siloed information, manual processes, and a lack of software integration. Though he has only been at Saxony for a short time, Cameron has quickly learned how the firm solves these pervasive problems.
“We can break down data siloes by aggregating this information into a single source of truth,” Cameron says. “That allows for more accurate and data-driven decisions. And by allowing predictive analytics to help at the point of care, physicians and leaders are able to achieve improved patient care and operational results with their data.”
Cameron is a 2014 graduate of the University of Alabama. When he’s not working with healthcare clients to eliminate data siloes, you’ll find him traveling around the country in search of optimal hiking and skiing destinations.