MappyHealth.com was developed in response to the NowTrending2012 application challenge. The team came together with a common mission to build an application that would positively impact public health surveillance. The MappyHealth team shares a common goal of furthering innovation and research that will enhance population health awareness of disease and illness trends.
MappyHealth.com was born from social collaboration when co-founders Mark Silverberg and Brian Norris connected over a single tweet. The team grew by one when co-founder Charles Boicey joined brining a diverse background in research, informatics and product development. Our team brings a wealth of experience, within many of healthcare’s diverse and challenging environments. Development of MappyHealth.com began in April 2012. To learn more about our team we encourage you to explore our bios and connect with us using the links below.
Brian has a diverse informatics background having worked in roles for healthcare providers and consulting. Brian currently serves on the Indiana HIMSS board of directors and is a past board member of the American Nursing Informatics Association. Brian is certified in nursing informatics and holds an Associate in Science and Nursing from Purdue University (IPFW), Bachelor in General Studies from Indiana University (IPFW) and a Masters in Business Administration with Healthcare Specialization from Indiana Wesleyan University. Brian resides in Indiana
Charles has a deep informatics and research background having worked for hospital providers and academic medical centers. Charles currently serves on the American Nursing Informatics Association board of directors. Charles is certified in nursing informatics and holds an diploma in nursing from LAC+USC, BS in Business Administration from University of Phoenix and a Master’s of Science in Technology and Project Management from the Stevens Institute of Technology. Charles resides in California.
Mark lives in Washington DC and is the main technical drive behind MappyHealth with expertise of Ruby, MongoDB, Amazon's cloud services, and the Twitter API. Mark is currently attending The George Washington University School of Business where he is in a five-year program to obtain his BBA and Masters of Science in Management Information Systems in 2014.