Mr. Hill is a Principal Software Systems Engineer with expertise in healthcare transformation solutions. At MITRE, he spent the last two years providing technical and management leadership to the Advancing Medicaid IT project, focusing on interoperability, architecture, and electronic clinical quality measures. Prior to that work, he spent two years leading RESTful FHIR-based API projects sponsored by the Deputy CIO of the Department of Veterans Affairs. Mr. Hill was a co-author of the Independent Assessment of the Health Care Delivery Systems and Management Processes of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) report submitted to Congress, as part of the Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act of 2014, that assessed the information technology strategies of the VA with respect to furnishing and managing health care. He was also the project leader and primary architect of hReader, a secure mobile family health manager application. Mr. Hill was a key technical leader for MITRE’s enterprise project management tool suite, as well as a technical consultant on cyber-situational awareness and cloud-provisioning technologies.
Prior to joining MITRE, Mr. Hill has over 25 years of engineering leadership experience guiding a wide variety of multi-disciplined projects, including web and Apple Macintosh application development, networked printer design, chip verification and reference implementation, manufacturing software development, interactive television system design, and green energy system engineering. He was CEO and founder of Digital Brook Technologies, a successful software consulting firm; CTO and co-founder of Power Measures, Inc., an energy technology startup; Director of Engineering at Gemstar-TV Guide; VP of Engineering at Bare Bones Software and several other senior management positions creating software architectures that served millions of customers and hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue.