I am most excited to be a part of a team of gracious and caring individuals that are trying to make a difference in the lives of those whose job it is to make a difference in patients’ lives.
PHILADELPHIA (PRWEB) April 21, 2020
Paul Weiss joins the Wambi team as Chief Technology Officer. Weiss plans to guide Wambi’s future growth by tapping into his experience in pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, healthcare, and security, which extends back nearly a quarter of a century. Weiss has made a career out of serving as a technology liaison for business leaders to identify, design, and deliver software solutions to solve real-world problems.
Working closely with Wambi’s Co-founders, Rebecca Metter, CEO, and Alex Coren, Chief Innovation Officer, Weiss is responsible for fortifying and growing the Wambi and Carepostcard offerings to bring actionable insights and real-time recognition to healthcare workers. His responsibilities include identifying and enabling strategic feature development, software life cycle process improvement, and new technology implementation. Weiss is also responsible for the security architecture and management for Wambi products and services. “First and foremost, Paul exemplifies the Wambi values and is driven by our mission. Paul’s strong history in teambuilding, coupled with his technology and innovation expertise, make him a great fit for our Wambi family,” says Metter.
Prior to joining Wambi, Weiss co-founded Coactive, a workflow and business automation company; designed software solutions; and consulted for Big Pharma companies like Lilly, Amgen, and Pfizer in the U.S., Puerto Rico, Canada, Europe, and Asia. Weiss is an ongoing student of industry, gaining certifications and training to serve his own goals and the goals of the companies under which he’s served, such as the Scrum Master and Certified Scrum Product Owner certifications.
When asked where his passion in healthcare originated, Weiss explains, “My sister and her husband are medical doctors. My mother, mother-in-law, and sister-in-law are nurses. I have seen first-hand the difficulty of working on the frontlines in healthcare. My hope is to help restore passion to these real-life heroes through professional recognition via the Wambi and Carepostcard platforms.”
Weiss specializes in building high-performing, motivated teams. “I am most excited to be a part of a team of gracious and caring individuals that are trying to make a difference in the lives of those whose job it is to make a difference in patients’ lives.”
Wambi is the only real-time patient-driven and peer-to-peer recognition and gratitude platform. Its gamified approach increases employee engagement, reduces clinician burnout, and enhances the patient experience. Wambi gives flight to the personal side of healthcare by surfacing the moments where a human connection makes all the difference, connecting patients and team members and improving the human experience for all. Learn more at http://www.wambi.org.