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It’s time again to introduce another member of our core team. So allow us to present Brian Jackson, President and COO of BurstIQ.

As one of the founders of BurstIQ, Brian is a veteran executive with extensive experience in building secure data networks for government, military and healthcare applications. Brian’s expertise and leadership has been instrumental to the success of the company.

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What made you want to join the team at BurstIQ? …


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Since 2015, BurstIQ has been working to make the world a healthier place by empowering individuals to take control of their data. It is a bold dream and a challenging mission, but we’re grateful for the friends, advisors and partners we have met along the way. American cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead once said, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” The team at BurstIQ may not be large, but we’re diverse in expertise and united in our commitment to improving healthcare for generations to come.

To tell you more about the people driving our mission, we’ll be sharing weekly posts spotlighting different members of our core team, giving you a perspective of life at BurstIQ, our industry insights, and hopes for the future. …


By Frank Ricotta

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DATA HAS BECOME THE MOST VALUABLE ASSET IN THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY. Health systems use it to identify costs savings and revenue opportunities, digital health companies use it to build and optimize products, and biopharma companies use it for R&D, clinical trials and marketing. And all of these companies collect it. But as the volume and importance of data increase, the industry is struggling with two fundamental challenges:

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Solving the security and transparency issues with health data. Making it easy to protect, access, connect, and learn. #blockchain #cybersecurity #healthcare

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