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Ray Guzman - Senior Vice President, Analytics


from New York, NY

Kaplan University
Associate of Science, Applied Management

Ray is an avid fan of the Yankees, Jets, Knicks and Rangers

About Ray

Ray Guzman is the Senior Vice President of Analytics at Intermedix.

In his role, Ray leads an international team of data scientists and analysts. He oversees the predictive and prescriptive analytics tools and services, focusing on improving provider performance and organizational operations. Before assuming this role, Ray was the senior vice president of strategy and applied his extensive industry knowledge to the strategic growth of the organization.

Before joining Intermedix, Ray was the chief executive officer of WPC Healthcare, a company focused on machine learning and predictive analytics solutions for improving clinical and financial outcomes. During his professional career, Ray has held various leadership positions at corporations such as Microsoft, Freeliant, Venture Technologies and Dialogic Communications, utilizing his technical, sales, business development and strategy skills.

Currently, Ray serves as the chairman at both FLOH Nation and Entoto Gear and serves on the boards of Ordinary Hero, the Alzheimer’s Association (Mid-South Chapter), the Youth Life Learning Center, the Nashville Digital Inclusion Fund, the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee and the Tennessee chapter of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS). Ray is also active within the Nashville Healthcare Council and Leadership Healthcare communities.

Ray earned the Healthcare Hero award and was selected as a 40 Under 40 recipient by the Nashville Business Journal. Ray is also a graduating member of the Nashville Health Care Council Fellows, a rigorous program intended to empower the leadership of modern healthcare companies. Additionally, Ray was appointed as a delegate to represent the state of Tennessee on a healthcare economic development trip to Israel and received a gubernatorial appointment by the Governor to explore the feasibility of the state government utilizing an open data policy.

Ray is a decorated US Army veteran where he was responsible for brigade level classified and non-classified information technology. As a result of his military accomplishments, he was selected for key engagements with foreign dignitaries’ and senior government officials and was ultimately recommended to serve in the White House Communications Agency.

Aside from his professional career, Ray enjoys spending time with his wife and five daughters.