Ken Bradley, vice president of strategic planning and regulatory compliance and one of Navicure's founding members, is responsible for assessing markets, monitoring government regulatory requirements and providing competitive analyses to develop strategies and solutions that ensure Navicure and its clients continued success in an increasingly complicated business environment.
He is responsible for all Navicure industry transitions, including ICD-10 and 5010. He is also the primary contributor to the ICD-10 Hub Blog (www.ICD10hub.com) and was recognized as one of the most influential individuals tweeting about ICD-10 (@Ken_Bradley). He has given educational presentations and written several articles on 5010 and ICD-10.
Prior to his current role at Navicure, Mr. Bradley directed the development and management of healthcare transaction data and associated interfaces between Navicure, healthcare providers and payer organizations.
Mr. Bradley has more than 18 years of experience in the healthcare industry, specializing in the development of practice management software (PMS), and the design and development of systems and applications utilized to process healthcare data. Prior to joining Navicure, he served as the Manager for Development with NDCHealth's Provider Healthcare Transaction Group.
Mr. Bradley joined NDC from Physicians Practice Management, where he spent several years in various positions supporting the development and operations of the company's Practice Management System and integrated claims processing clearinghouse.
Mr. Bradley graduated from Purdue University with a bachelors degree in Systems Analysis and a minor in Business.