NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Intermedix Corporation announced on Wednesday that Ray Guzman has assumed the role of senior vice president of analytics. Prior to his current role, Guzman was the senior vice president of strategy at Intermedix where he applied his extensive background in healthcare and data science knowledge to the tactical growth of the company.
Guzman brings more than 20 years of experience in corporate and business development where he has been responsible for leading and fostering strategic growth initiatives. Since joining Intermedix, he has played an integral role in the growth of the company’s analytics division and establishing its place within the market.
“With Ray’s robust experience in strategic and operational development, he is well positioned to advance our emerging analytics division and innovation,” said Joel Portice, CEO of Intermedix. “We are committed to growing and enhancing our analytics space and Ray is well-suited to take on this responsibility.”
In his role, Guzman will lead an international team of data scientists and analysts, and oversee the company’s machine learning capabilities, predictive and prescriptive analytics tools and services, with a focus on improving provider performance and organizational operations through strategic data science initiatives.
“I’m excited to take on this leadership position during such a monumental time in the healthcare and analytics industry,” said Guzman. “I look forward to continuing to expand our analytics capabilities and to further optimize our client’s operations by offering sophisticated technology to maximize patient satisfaction and revenue through data science and machine learning.”
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. Most recently, Guzman served as the chief executive officer for WPC Healthcare before the company was acquired by Intermedix.
Guzman is a 40 under 40 recipient and was named a healthcare hero by the Nashville Business Journal. He is a graduating member of the Nashville Health Care Council Fellows and received a gubernatorial appointment to the open data initiative to explore the feasibility of the state government utilizing an open data policy in Tennessee.