For many of you who don’t know me, my name is Atul Mistry and I recently joined BHE’s  IHD Engineering team as the VP of Engineering. During my first few months, I have been busy getting up to speed on the Instant Health Data (IHD) platform. My background is in big data analytics for health sciences, distributed computing, and scalable system construction, so I am excited to learn and share my knowledge with the team here at BHE, as well as to provide some technology and team insights with you, our readers of Analytics Roundup.

What Does the IHD Engineering Team Do?

One thing I learned for certain is that there is no shortage of interest in the IHD platform which means there is plenty of interesting engineering work to go around. Our unique development tasks range from efficiently handling and processing massive amounts of data, to building a highly scalable system while also creating intuitive user interfaces geared towards specialized use cases. To be successful, the IHD engineering team has developed a deep understanding of all aspects of the system, which is no easy task.

What is the IHD Engineering Team Like?

Instant Health Data Engineering TeamNeedless to say, I am very impressed by the talent level and dedication of our team. In order to meet the growing demands of our market while maintaining our position as a thought leader in health analytics, everyone is constantly striving to innovate and enhance our technology expertise.  A couple of other observations on the IHD engineering team include:

  • Passion for learning – every engineer has demonstrated a passion for learning new technologies and approaches as we are continuously looking to cross boundaries in health analytics.
  • Resolve to strive for the best solution – the team pushes each other to find the best solution that meets the requirements, architecture, and goals of system.

The IHD Engineering Team is Growing!

Our team is made up of individuals that enjoy working with the latest technologies and dealing with data in a highly-collaborative, fast-paced environment; please take a look at our open positions or stop by at our booth at one of these upcoming recruiting sessions.

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Atul Mistry, MSSE, is the Vice President of Engineering at BHE. He has over 20 years of experience applying emerging technologies and building teams to meet business goals. Early in his career, Atul played a critical role in the architecture for the command and controls system of the semi-autonomous Chandra Space telescope. This required understanding the impact of technology on large-scale complex highly reliable systems experience. Since working on the Chandra telescope, Atul has focused on designing and developing distributed analytic and decision support systems for health sciences. He has a Masters in Systems Engineering specializing in distributed systems from Boston University, and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth.

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