Our team is composed of senior analysts who have deep technical and domain expertise in providing business process modeling and building detailed software requirements for creating standards-based software solutions for the healthcare community. Team members have supported the National Cancer Institute (NCI) enterprise technology solutions for over 15 years; they have provided enterprise modeling, re-engineering of organizational business processes and workflows, technical requirements and design services, and healthcare data standardization support to various NCI initiatives.
Leadership Team and Co-Founders
Chief Executive Officer
Smita Hastak has more than eighteen years of systems analysis and design experience that has been focused in the healthcare domain. This includes over thirteen years working in the cancer clinical research community on various National Cancer Institute (NCI) related software development projects, and five years in state medicaid and bio-surveillance software initiatives. In the clinical trials area, she has been one of the modelers of the Biomedical Research Integrated Domain Group (BRIDG) model since its inception and has worked extensively with other industry standards organizations in building this comprehensive domain model for clinical research. She has led the analysis and modeling effort in building the first version of NCI’s Biomedical Architecture Model (BAM) by working closely with domain experts from the cancer community. She is an active participant in CDISC and HL7 standards efforts. Ms Hastak interests and skills are in data and process representation, data standards, requirements analysis and UML modeling. She has also served as program lead in managing business growth and building successful partnerships. Ms. Hastak holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and a Masters degree in Information Systems.
Chief Operating Officer
Charles Yaghmour has more than eighteen years of business and systems analysis, program management and technology experience in the civilian and military healthcare domains. His project engagements included projects at the National Cancer Institute, the Air Force Office of the Surgeon General, the Army Office of the Surgeon General and the Navy Bureau of Medicine. At his engagement at the Army Office of the Surgeon General, he lead a team to develop the NATO Allied Medical Publication-7 Concept of Operations for Medical Support in Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Environment. He lead multiple working sessions and worked closely with NATO countries representatives to the BioMedAC to solicit feedback and guidance for the development of the document. Mr. Yaghmour possesses skills in business operations management, program management, data modeling, and UML modeling. He managed, and served on, multiple projects at the National Cancer Institute(NCI). Mr. Yaghmour holds a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering and a Masters degree in Computer Science.