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Steven Goodman served as the Chief Information Officer (CIO) and the Executive Vice President of Integrated Medical Partners, LLC. Mr. Goodman was responsible for the information and technology design, deployment and management for the Integrated Medical Partners portfolio of companies. Previously, he was the Director of Operations for Strong Financial Corporation developing technology and management consolidation methodologies. Before Strong Financial, he served GE Medical Systems (now GE Healthcare) as their Chief Technology Architect, providing the technical skills and process required to support an acquisition plan of over 300 businesses. His other experience includes various management positions including Principal Engineer at Marquette Medical Systems and was previously with the Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science at Marquette University (1987-1993) during that time he provided Marquette University with its first Internet connection working closely with Donna Shalala Chancellor, University of Wisconsin to make this possible. Mr. Goodman is published and a contributor to various IEEE initiatives, point-to-point protocol and RFC1386 which defines how US domains interact with the internet. Steve is married and has two children, contributes to Milwaukee’s Summerfest organization, provides free consulting services to the ICC, and is Six Sigma certified.
Steve returned to Marquette University as Senior Director, Technology to provide operational and technology leadership for the research initiatives and to provide a strategic “roadmap” for the technology. Steve has been recently working with other technology focused departments at Marquette with the goal of consolidating technologies in order to better utilize grant and other funding.