Andrew Holm-Hansen

Andrew Holm-Hansen - Health IT Solutions Architect

Andrew Holm-Hansen worked in Health IT for 15 years before joining Quandary Peak Research as a Health IT Solutions Architect. He led several development teams during his career at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, with responsibilities ranging from EHR Integration to Clinical Decision Support Development and DevOps pipeline implementation, before transitioning into Enterprise Architecture.

His development work focused primarily on patient care applications and operationalizing predictive machine learning models driven by clinical and business event stream processing. As an Enterprise Architect, he distilled complex information that cut across legal, staffing, and technology boundaries, to provide decision-makers with actionable information.


Summary of Qualifications

  • Experience in conducting independent third party audits in the Health IT sector on behalf of the Office of National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) and the Office of Inspector General (OIG).
  • Strong knowledge of enterprise development conventions and practices, specifically in the Health IT domain.
  • TOGAF certified Enterprise Architect responsible for documenting and designing transition plans for two large scale EHR migrations.
  • Excellent communicator capable of presenting complicated technical information in clear terms, suitable to the audience.
  • Classical computer science background.

Audits and Compliance Consulting

  • eClinicalWorks, LLC and the Office of the Inspector General of HHS Software Quality Oversight Organization

    Member of the Software Quality and Oversight Organization (SQOO) under the Corporate Integrity Agreement between eClinicalWorks LLC and the Office of the Inspector General of the United States Department of Health and Human Services dated May 30, 2017. Serving as an independent audit and oversight organization covering a technical review of EHR software and development processes as it relates to patient safety.

    The project includes software process and source code review, including review of past issues, recommendations for risk and quality management systems, design controls, improvements to software development and testing processes, code review and manual and automated code quality analysis.