Self-motivated and adaptable software architect with more than 16 years of experience in building healthcare desktop applications using Microsoft technologies. Committed and quick learning professional with in-depth understanding of software development life cycle.
Optical Network Management
Workflow planning, design and development
Coding and code review
Unit and system testing
User acceptance testing
Bug fixing & debugging
Application maintenance and support
C, C++, VC++ (MFC, COM, ATL) and C#.NET and Objective-C
Core Java with JNI
Configuration Tools: Rational Clear case and SVN.
Operating Systems: DOS, Windows and Real Time (RTOS)
Design Methodologies: OOAD and UML. DICOM, HL7, IHE and HIPAA.
03/2015 to 01/2017
Knowledge ArchitectCerner Healthcare Solutions － Bangalore, India
Project: Radiology Desktop
Cerner Imaging Desktop offers improved workflow and report generation capabilities for the physician user.
This highly efficient system consolidates and integrates all of the tasks associated with image review and interpretation, resulting in quicker report turnaround and improved satisfaction for both the physician and patient.
Introduced API Integration (along with HL7) with Nuance PowerScribe 360 resulting in reduced response time and increased efficiency and user experience.
Redesigned Digital Dictation using Nuance SMAudio.
Created architecture and design proposal for integrating Imaging Advantage software.
Resolved security vulnerabilities and stability issues to deliver Cerner RadNet applications to US Department of Defense.
Managed migration of 32bit C++/C# RadNet applications to 64bit.
Managed a team of nine associates comprised of: Software Engineers, Software Architects and Solution designers.
Served as SME on C++/ VC++ and delivered training classes on the subject.
Assisted the team in making alternate design decisions and architectural choices.
Mentored associates and facilitated on going 1:1 performance conversations and annual reviews.
01/2011 to 01/2015
Project: Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Philips Magnetic Resonance portfolio of products and services addresses the imaging needs of today by simplifying workflow and accelerating imaging processes.
The Philips MRI systems help in increasing efficiency, obtain superb diagnostic clinical results and enhance the exam experience of patients.
Designed and implemented all new MRE post-processing package resulting in seamless integration of the electrography algorithm from Mayo Clinic into the existing viewing framework.
Created, implemented and maintained New System User Interface of viewing packages for multiple MRI portfolios.
First point contact for all customer issues, responsible for root cause analysis and resolution identification.
As a SME, shared knowledge of the MRI software with customers, increasing their knowledge, productivity and level of satisfaction with reduced downtime.
07/2004 to 02/2015
Philips Medical Systems － Bangalore, India
01/2004 to 01/2011
Project: View Forum (Multimodality Image Viewing workstation)
ViewForum is a multimodality medical image viewing and post processing workstation.
It is developed using Objective-C programming language, which is similar to C++.
The medical images from various modalities are acquired to the ViewForum Workstation where post processing occurs involving 2D and 3D analysis.
Integrated MS Word within ViewForum resulting in seamless report generation and improved user experience.
Streamlined application portability using well-known interfaces integrating two applications into one environment (EWS).
Championed integration of iSite's IntelliSpace Radiology and Enterprise (Web) within ViewForum using well known interfaces.
Reduced development, testing and end user training through application portability resulting in reduced expenses and time to market.
Ported ViewForum application from a 32bit to 64bit platform to leverage larger addressability.
Mentored and supported team of six junior software engineers meeting all deliverables on time.
10/2002 to 07/2004
Senior Systems EngineerSiemens Information Systems Ltd － Bangalore, India
Project: SIRIUS Workplace (Multimodality Image Viewing workstation)
SIRIUS is an award-winning multi-modality image viewing workstation responsible for data acquisition, storage and post processing to facilitate new generation, intelligent diagnostic processes.
Recognized for consistently writing bug-free software resulting in stable applications.
Analysis, design and implementation of data layer which holds and displays the patient demographic data through worklist browser.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Engineering: Electronics and CommunicationKarnataka University Dharwad － Karnataka, IndiaElectronics and Communication