Congratulations Jaimie Fox, named a Top 50 Technical Visionary by Intercon

Published Jun 22 2021 09:55 AM 1,017 Views
Microsoft

Claire Bonaci 

You're watching the Microsoft US health and life sciences, confessions of health geeks podcast, a show that offers Industry Insight from the health geeks and data freaks of the US health and life sciences industry team. I'm your host, Claire Bonaci. Hi, Jamie, and welcome to the podcast.

 

Jaimie Fox 

Oh, thank you. Thank you for having me today. Claire, I'm very excited to speak with you here today.

 

Claire Bonaci 

 I'm really excited to hear a little bit more about your journey. So you were named a top 50 technical visionary by Intercon. Talk to me just a little bit more about how you have been so influential as that technical visionary.

 

Jaimie Fox 

So I'm very proud of winning this award of the tech, top 50 technical visionary by intercon. I'll be headed to Las Vegas the week of June 21. To pick up this award. I've been doing a lot of interesting, cool meaningful work over the last few years. But primarily I've been the ATS for a large EMR company and we've been helping them leverage the Microsoft clouds. I've been doing this since the end of 2014. And currently, we're helping them build their mission of building a connected community of health. Over the years, we've helped them modernize their offerings and bring new cloud born solutions to market and for their clinical applications as well as their payer Life Sciences application. Currently, we're helping them build a broad next generation platform of health that we're very excited about myself and the account team. However, in addition to working on this one customer as an ATS, which is my day job, I take on a few extracurricular projects I get very excited about and very proud of. For one, I co founded and co lead the SQL Server user group in New Jersey since 2012. with Linda Zhang who is a CSA on our national team, we do this together where we feel that we provide free technical education to our local community, leveraging resources that Wendy and I have access through through Microsoft. So it's a little bit of sharing with a broader public community where we have access. So we've been doing that for almost 10 years or almost nine years, I should say. Additionally, I also help provide guidance to several advisory boards, including a few Microsoft partners, which is a startup out of Israel that doesthat that cybersecurity and plugs onto our EMF E5 really nicely and another firm called divergent which is a systems integrator on Microsoft systems integrator focused on healthcare. Last year or the year before, I was also on the Rutgers University's disruptive innovation program advisory board. And it was always a lifelong ambition of mine to teach at the college level. And through this, I was able to be a guest lecturer through my involvement at Rutgers. So I was able to check the box and say, Yes, I have taught at a college and in one way man or fashion did additionally I'm also very active in our local hinze and hfma chapters, and been on the board of New Jersey and for the past year. And that's been great, because I've met very interesting people, I've had the opportunity to amplify education and the local healthcare community evangelize Microsoft, and especially hosting a few industry events at our New York office. At the end of the day, I really enjoyed making an impact across the industry and seeing how someone like me, just kind of that suburban kid from New Jersey, can positively influence others. This is developed as a passion and a calling that is very fulfilling, because I really do enjoy helping others with their development and as such a large scale.

 

Claire Bonaci 

Well, Jamie, it does seem like you really deserve this award. I don't know how you have, you know, so much time in the day to get everything done, I can't believe you're doing so much. And you know, you've you've always described yourself as that very shy, kind of suburban humble kid from New Jersey. So what has really enabled you to do all of this, to put yourself out there, and to get this award and do so much with your time.

 

Jaimie Fox 

But time management is always a challenge. I have a family. And you know, Microsoft keeps me busy with my day job. But I just enjoy this so much it's developed into a hobby. So with most things that are hobbies, you make time for them outside of your normal working hours or even family time. The way I was able to just do this and find it inside of me, just pushing myself and knowing there's more to life by watching others in the world. You know, it's better than just working a nine to five job raising a family, which is great. You know, a lot of us do that. And that's kind of like the table stakes that you have to first achieve. But after that I was like how else can I make a huge or a very large impact in the world even though I'm shy and I'm quiet. I've never really had any special upbringing for this. I just continue to push myself. And by gaining a lot of experience in my adult life, meeting many people and traveling I just thought there was more to life happiness and passion than what I previously expected and thought and said, you know, why can't I do that? You know, I see other people doing this. What's it gonna take for me to do that and when it was interesting to my journey was, every time I did something, I was so happy and proud and satisfied. And that led me to say, so what's next and what's next. And over the course of time, you know, like I said, I'm very motivated by making an impact in the world, the impacts have gotten larger. And here's a few examples of what I did. As an example, like before I worked at Microsoft, I enjoyed intending attending the SQL Server user groups, and never thought I could speak at one. But you know, with the help of Microsoft and pushing myself and really having a lot of self reflection, not only I speak at a user group, and then at Tech ready, but now I'm co leading user group with Linda, and I help others run their own user groups and events. And I've turned into a mentor for user group leaders. Nevermind just barely speaking at one. Another great story, I think this is kind of almost funny. When I first spoke at Tech ready in 2009, I did so horribly, I had no energy as a presenter. And the feedback was rough. You know, how we had tech ready and ready and all these events that you have to fill out the feedback. The feedback on me swear to god was Jamie probably shouldn't speak again, a tech ready, that was 2009. And you know, it's kind of devastating to see, like, while you're kind of really that bad, right? But then we fast forward to 2016 2017, I spoke at Tech ready again. And I had the highest rated BI chalk talk at Tech ready in 2016, the summer of 2016. And then I also did a promo video for convolve. So this is just a great example of not giving off and persisting in my evolution and wanting to make an impact and grow, right. So you have a small setback, you just have some self reflection, what can you do better next time and you keep keep swinging the bat and go for another at bat?

 

Claire Bonaci 

Well, that's so true. And I love that you're so motivated, you know, you keep you keep yourself going. And the motivation. It really it's contagious when talking to you, Jamie. So as you said, you know, what are what are your plans? What are you going to do next? What are you thinking about for the for the future?

 

Jaimie Fox 

So one thing is, I think one thing that really motivates me is that I get bored easily, like if there's nothing to do, and on a Saturday afternoon, I hate just sitting around the house watching TV, I always have to have something to do. So I think that's what really motivates me. Like he said, Oh, I'm always busy doing something. But yeah, I'm going to continue to find new things to contribute to scale, my influence in healthcare and other professional passions. I'm a big data guy grew up at Microsoft as a data data consultant in MCS, I was a data platform TSP. So I really enjoy data. I enjoy healthcare, I love seeing how I brother can help others across the industry. I recently I invested in an AI sports startup called artistics, that I'm helping grow, which combines my passions for tech for data and ice hockey, which I love. I played as a kid and now I coach my son, I'm a certified USA hockey coach. Go Islanders, they're doing really well on the playoffs this year. This year, I continue to look for more organizations to contribute to such as the hims is in the hfma is now trying to be more active and shine. I want to take on some small extracurricular projects that I have had a large impact in such as helping my friend organize a simple Saturday event for the country of Haiti. That was conducted in three languages back in March. I personally have no ties to Haiti, I had a friend who a kind of mentor through the user group, and said, You know, I'm Haitian, I'd love to give back to my community in Haiti, can you help me just figure this out. And I kind of mentored him through this, and we had a very successful sequel Saturday. I just love working on complex large scale ideas and keep my eyes open to create more opportunities to keep doing this.

 

Claire Bonaci 

That's great. I mean, you're doing so much, and it sounds like you're gonna continue doing more and more. So I'm really excited to follow up with you in a few months and see what else you've accomplished. So I guess you know, what, last few minutes, what advice would you share with others.

 

Jaimie Fox 

Just keep your passion. Just use your passion, keep your passion, keep pushing yourself forward. My father was very influential on me, he always would push me to, he would push me to put myself out there more. To do more with my life. I was the first in my family to graduate college. My mom's an immigrant. I grew up from a very insular family. So I think my parents a little bit pushed me to just do more, whatever that meant. And then once I got out in the world, I just saw that, hey, there's things that everyone's passionate about, and just continue following your passion. You know, my advice for people is to search inside themselves for their passions and ambitions, and determine how to express them for the betterment of themselves and others. The other thing that I think is important is just self reflection. Took me a good, good amount of time to do self reflection. And it changes over time. It's a progression. What I was thinking about five years ago about myself 10 years ago, 20 years ago has changed. So I think putting some time in to really reflect on yourself is very important. It's an evolution that took time to get to where I am today, and there's no doubt I will continue to evolve through my life.

 

Claire Bonaci 

Great. Well, thank you so much Jaimie. I think that is great advice for anyone listening and I definitely I think I'll be implementing that myself as well. So thank you again for being part of the podcast and I'd love to follow up with you in the future.

 

Jaimie Fox 

Great. Thanks, Claire. Thanks for having me.

 

Claire Bonaci 

Thank you all for watching. Please feel free to leave us questions or comments below and check back soon for more content from the HLS industry team.

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