MultiScale is a joint venture between Providence Health & Services and CODONiS, a life sciences technology company. This partnership combines cutting edge technology with a recognized leader in data-driven patient care, who together provide all the pieces necessary to achieve breakthrough performance in healthcare technology solutions:
- Providence Health & Services — the nation’s fourth largest not-for-profit health delivery system. Over its 156 years serving the needs of the West, Providence has demonstrated the best of Catholic healthcare and continues to thrive and grow. Now seen as a national leader in the industry, Providence has more than doubled in revenues over the past five years.
- CODONiS Corporation (a Sabey Company) — a new organization developed with the expressed intent of applying sophisticated computing capabilities to the health and research communities. The principals of CODONiS have participated in some of the most transformational efforts of the information age.
From the beginning of a career spanning more than 40 years, Dave Sabey has sought out people with a fresh perspective, an inspired vision and a relentless sense of purpose. Among his earliest developments were building Boeing Electronics clean rooms, constructing ADP’s first data center, building and owning one of McCaw Cellular’s first switches, developing facilities for Exodus Communications, provider of the world’s first internet colocation services — even Starbucks‘ first external roasting plant— all were breaking new ground in industries of world-wide importance.
Today, that trend continues both through real estate development and investment with a particular focus on high performance data centers, healthcare & life science research and communications. From IT efficiencies and technology platforms dedicated to solving some of the hardest problems facing health care and life science, Dave is passionate about promoting ideas that positively change the world.
One of those ventures is CODONiS, a company recently co-founded with Jim Harding, a veteran Vice President of Technology for Amazon, to develop technology platform services for Life Sciences & Health Care and to optimize hyper-computational applications and cloud services designed specifically for major hospitals.
Dave is also founder of the Seattle Science Foundation which was established to foster the collaboration of medical scientists, practitioners, and engineers through high bandwidth transmissions while sharing some of the world’s most sophisticated skill sets. Through the Foundation and his work with some of medical technology’s most creative and productive thought leaders, Dave is helping to advance a global healthcare network with Seattle as a central node.
Jim Harding is a technology entrepreneur experienced in disrupting markets across industries whose roots go back to the original team that created and sold DOS to Microsoft. He developed the first PC database, Revelation, to run on local area networks. His experience helped to advise Bill Gates through Microsoft's database road map.
He founded ServerWare to develop InfoModeler which became part of Visio & Microsoft. There, he received patents on semantic data modeling & query languages that were a precursor to the semantic web and graph databases.
Through a tech transfer out of Battelle Labs, Jim ran Cartia, an award-winning pioneer in early machine learning techniques on 'big data' text sources used by defense, patent research, and web-based knowledge mining. Cartia used an innovative clustered topical analysis to navigate information-based 3D topic maps.
He co-founded PhotoTrust, the first on-line photo sharing website with photo contests and archiving. He joined Amazon.com in 2000 and was VP Technology leading the teams that built the 3rd-party re-seller platform - a highly-scaled web-service allowing virtual inventory from any re-seller of any size anywhere in the world. He holds Amazon patents on re-seller data metrics and loyalty.
Jim was president of FinancePro, Sr VP of Vertafore and CEO of Cirqe which integrated social networking with email.
With Dave Sabey, Jim co-founded CODONiS, a bioinfromatics cloud platform for life sciences. He rolled this into MultiScale Health Networks as a joint-venture with Providence Health & Services to address the need to lower cost and improve outcomes in heath care. MultiScale's mission is to optimize care efficiency through Clinical Guidance System technology.
Mark Gargett serves as Vice President, Digital Integration at Providence Health & Services. In this role, he is responsible for creating maximum value through integration of healthcare intelligence, analytics, and customer-facing technologies.
Mark has served Providence for over sixteen years, creating greater information services value. He has served as CIO for two Providence regions, and led the successful implementation of shared IS services. He also led the Providence team in formation of the MultiScale Health Network joint venture, as well as OneHealthPort, a community authentication utility. Prior to Providence, Mark served as CIO for the University of Washington Medical Centers and as a healthcare information technology consultant. Throughout his career, he has pursued non-traditional approaches that challenge industry conventional wisdom.
Amy Compton-Phillips, M.D., is executive vice president and chief clinical officer for Providence Health & Services. She oversees systemwide improvement in care and safety to enhance health outcomes across the entire five-state health system.
Dr. Compton-Phillips has an extensive background in directing patient care programs and leading health care organizations to broad-based improvements.
Prior to joining Providence in August 2015, Dr. Compton-Phillips served as the chief quality officer at The Permanente Foundation where she focused on improving the value of care delivery. Among many other initiatives, she created infrastructure to lead and implement health care innovation across the Kaiser Permanente system. During her tenure, Dr. Compton-Phillips was a key organizational leader in developing capacity in patient-driven design, enhancing clinical outcomes and the care experience, and addressing the affordability of care.
Dr. Compton-Phillips joined Kaiser Permanente in 1993. While serving in the Washington, DC area, she held a variety of roles including internal medicine service chief, physician director of the Columbia, Maryland geographic region, physician director for population care and guideline director.
Dr. Compton-Phillips holds a bachelor’s degree from Johns Hopkins University and earned her medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She is also a graduate of the Advanced Leadership Program at the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Clifford Cancelosi has over twenty years of experience building and operating technology and operations functions in eCommerce and healthcare. Mr. Cancelosi is adept at establishing disciplined engineering processes and teams, creating a data driven culture, identifying and remediating bottlenecks preventing the business from scaling, and envisioning innovative solutions that grow the business and delight customers. He is particularly passionate about establishing operational excellence programs leading to increased efficiencies, reduced costs and improved customer satisfaction.
Prior to Multiscale, Mr. Cancelosi was CTO for A Place for Mom, VP of Technology & CIO for drugstore.com, Senior Director, Ecommerce for Alvarez & Marsal, and spent approximately seven years at Amazon.com in senior leadership roles in the Fulfillment Operations and Merchant Technologies divisions.
Mr. Cancelosi possesses a Bachelors in Accounting from the University of Washington, Seattle and a Masters in Healthcare Administration from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota.
Stacey Kinkead is an experienced business and technology executive. She excels at building teams, software and elegant products from the ground up. Stacey has a reputation for building companies with a laser focus on developing technical talent and launching products early and often. Whether her focus has been on her own team or the customer, it has resulted in delivering maximum benefit to the customer and therefore driving value for the business.
Stacey began her technical career at Amazon.com in 1997 driving emerging technologies such as the ad server and early versions of AWS. Stacey partnered with Oprah Winfrey and her Foundation to push what was possible with technology. In the early mobile days, Stacey was the President of a startup in mobile design and development, pinch/zoom where they created products for customers such as BBC, ADP and HSBC.
Stacey was the CEO of Rivet & Cuff, a tech startup in Seattle before turning her attention to health care a few years ago. She is excited by the challenge health care represents and the opportunity to make the most vulnerable time in a person’s life the best experience possible for both the patient and the provider.
Stacey is active in the technology and business community, sitting on advisory boards and mentoring women in tech and business.
In charge of all computers, and PHI data, virtual and physical. Over 25 years of experience working in enterprise and technology companies, including as the founder and CTO of Elemental Security, an enterprise software company which raised over $20M and employed about 50 people. Top enterprise architect for four Fortune 500 companies. Wrote or co-authored the first web application, the first publicly released vulnerability assessment and auditing program, file integrity checker, and UNIX/Linux forensic analysis & data recovery programs; published first Internet security survey; invented data carving, Linux/UNIX data recovery, and MACtimes; coauthored book on computer forensic analysis; helped invent ethical hacking; have given many talks, classes, & seminars, and have extensive experience interacting with the news media.