TigerConnect Appoints First Chief Technology Officer

The leading clinical communications and collaboration (CC&C) platform provider, TigerConnect, has announced the appointment of former Vacasa CIO Tim Goodwin as its first ever Chief Technology Officer.

Tim Goodwin has more than 15 years’ experience in the field of technology and has a proven track record of building and running product development teams in rapid-growth environments, both at Vacasa and Fiserv Digital Channels, where he served as senior VP. During his time at Vacasa, Goodwin ensured the foundations for scaling up company operations were put in place, which enabled the company to expand from supporting 5,000 vacation homes to more than 25,000 around the world.

TigerConnect created the new position to help drive product innovation and platform scale and ensure that the company’s communication solutions continue to help its 6,000+ clients improve collaboration and communication and coordinate care more effectively.

Goodwin has been tasked with leading the product management, product development, and engineering teams and will report directly to TigerConnect co-founder and CEO, Brad Brooks.

“Both as a patient and having a wife as a nurse, I know how vital better communication is to the delivery of quality care,” explained Goodwin. “TigerConnect’s mission to radically improve clinical communication resonates strongly with me. Every small innovation or improvement to the product can impact the efficiency in which care is delivered and can mean the difference between life and death. It is an honor to join TigerConnect’s talented product and engineering teams to continue to build on our existing momentum.”

“The Healthcare industry is at a cost/quality crossroads – and innovation in communication is a key driver to help the industry deliver quality care more efficiently,” said Brad brooks. “Having Tim as a driving force behind this initiative will help us innovate more quickly and continue building a world-class care team collaboration platform that transforms the way care is delivered.”

Author: Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson is the Editor-in-Chief of NetSec.news