Patients Come First
Everything in our system is centered on the patient. One day, each of us will be a patient and want the best care.
We believe in empowering care-teams with meaningful tools and information to best provide for their patients.
We realize healthcare providers are often drowning in useless data. Our goal is to show healthcare providers what they need when they need it. With this, providers can make data-driven decisions.
We believe data tells a story and our system paints the picture.
We go to the highest levels to make sure we respect and protect patient and provider information.
Protecting those who have entrusted us with information is critical at every level.
Riley comes from a long line of entrepreneurs. His parents, grandparents and great-grandparents all started their own companies. Riley has a degree in Industrial Design from BYU and still considers his primary role to be a "system and user experience designer."
Riley's first interaction with the complexities of healthcare came while designing surgical equipment for ACL repair when working for Johnson and Johnson in Boston and Shanghai. He started Cortex in 2015 with help of his life savings, a few credit cards and a lot of passionate hard work.
When not at work, he is probably watching a documentary, traveling somewhere or spending time with his family.
Josh spent a majority of his career as SVP of Product and SVP of Operations at Entrata, a SAAS company in the multifamily industry.
Josh left Entrata to make an impact in healthcare, and joined the Ensign Group (NASDAQ:ENSG) as a Licensed Skilled Nursing Facility Administrator. While with Ensign, Riley knocked on his door to see if he'd be interested in trying a revolutionary new product. Josh signed up on-the-spot.
Josh joined Cortex with the goal of merging his love of scaleable technology and the passion for providing meaningful care to patients.
He graduated from BYU in Information Systems and is a skilled developer and system architect.