October 27th, Lviv, Ukraine. On this day, Hebron, a socially responsible and technology driven ecosystem that aims to spread free IT and engineering education among orphans and youth in need and in parallel build quality custom software solutions for companies in NA, announced the newest member of its Advisory Board, Ryan Fung.
“We’re excited to expand our Advisory Board with Ryan Fung as a new member. With his over 20 years of experience, Ryan will add a tremendous range to Hebron’s new practices, CSR, and business development initiatives in this challenging time for Ukraine” said Liliya Valihun, Chairman at Hebron Soft and Hebron IT Academy for orphans.
Ryan Fung is a Technologist and Solutions Architect with over 20+ years of experience in Solutions Architecture, IT Security, Management, Business Development, Hybrid/Cloud Infrastructure, and Mobile Application Development in various Information Technology verticals. His past 16 years has been focused on providing HealthCare IT Solutions to Life Sciences, Clinical Research Organizations, Federal Health, and Military Health. He brings expert knowledge and experience with Strategy, Solution Architecture, Regulator/Security Requirements, Product Development, and Service Delivery.
Summary of Achievements include
- Inventor and Solution Architect of the first Decentralized Clinical Trials System that enabled pharmaceutical trials to be conducted remotely in a secure and compliant manner while working for ICON/PRA Health sciences – one of the world’s top Clinical Research Organizations
- Created an Interoperable Data Aggregation solution that enabled Life Science organizations to match anonymized data across various common datasets from different data systems.
- Built a high-performance engineering & delivery team, in under 4 months, to bring an AI-based symptoms diagnostics solutions for Life Sciences and Providers to North America.
- Built and launched a secure mobile development platform to enable low-code development of Mobile Health Solutions, that is used in Commercial, Federal, and Military Healthcare. Achieved ATO for the US Department of Defense to hold Top-Secret Information.
- Implemented QuintilesIMS for US Navy and US Army operations, it was the first US Military Approved Amazon Web Services GovCloud infrastructure to host cloud-based SaaS solutions.
- Created a Telehealth / Case Management platform that is customizable and modular to fit US Veteran Affairs Home Telehealth Protocols incorporating HL7 Smart on FHIR as a common data standard to exchange data between systems.
- Co-Inventor of patented technologies and protocols used for Security, Data Aggregation and Identity Verification.
“I am excited to join Hebron Soft as an Advisory Board member. It is exciting to see a company built on a foundation of helping others. I will bring to Hebron Soft guidance in Healthcare IT, Security, and Data Solutions” said Ryan Fung, Healthcare IT Technologist.
Ryan Fung will join five other members of the Hebron Advisory Board:
- Peter Warren, is a qualified team leader with a proven 30-year record in business development, program management, and systems engineering in aviation, aerospace, and related support industries.
- Bill Barr, has been helping businesses like Microsoft, IBM, Manpower, Avaya, Peak10, Compuware, WorldPay, Toshiba Global solutions, and others flourish with his deep expertise in marketing and sales.
- James Glover, has gained a solid experience in start-up environments, acquiring new talents, managing remote offices, and working with Fortune 1000 companies, including Field, Inside, Channel, and others.
- Jason Yuen, has a profound knowledge of an Agile methodology and 20+ years of engineering experience in GPC supply chain products and delivery.
- Igor Kruglyak, a business visionary, and senior-level executive contributing to further expansion of our social responsibility initiatives for underprivileged youth in the Hebron IT Academy.
About Hebron Advisory Board
Hebron is an established ecosystem of socially responsible and technology driven organizations including Hebron Soft, a software development company, and a charitable IT Academy for orphans and grew into an educational charity organization for underprivileged youth that helps young talents get quality IT and engineering education. The Hebron Advisory Board ensures the company follows the defined path, serves the big mission and supports business development. Its members also address concerns related to the organization’s further development and build strategies to overcome those concerns.