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HPTi’s David Cradlin Talks Challenges

David Cradlin

HPTi VP for Health Sciences David Cradlin spoke with ExecutiveBiz about overcoming challenges in his role:

“I work with operations leads to develop strategies that leverage HPTi’s systems and architecture innovations for clients’ future business needs across the federal healthcare space.  The challenge is to anticipate what the clients’ future challenges are going to be and how HPTi can develop solutions that will help our clients succeed in both the short term and the long term.  The healthcare sector has tremendous goals and limited resources to achieve them. As a result, we need to look for ways to deliver services that achieve tangible business results efficiently.”

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