Team

Members of the Integration Services Team

 

 


Victor Galvez
Manager, IT-Integrations Team
victor.galvez@ucsf.edu


Victor is the manager of the UCSF Integration Services Team. Victor has 20 years of experience in healthcare IT and 15 of these years are at UCSF. His experience spans from end user training, system support, integrations, large enterprise application implementations and management. Victor leads a team of highly trained experts who understand the integration landscape at UCSF and beyond and closely work with customers and users to provide sound integration solutions.


Veeraragavan Gopalakrishnan
Integration Services Programmer/Analyst
Veeraragavan.Gopalakrishnan@ucsf.edu


"Veera" is much easier to say than saying his full name. He is a Programmer/Analyst for the Integrations Services Team and started as a consultant in October, 2013. He converted to UCSF employee on March 30th, 2015 and is working as a Mule Integration developer. He has around 15 years of experience in the healthcare industry primarily working on application integrations and data analysis/migrations. He is a certified Cloverleaf developer and certified MuleSoft Architect developer. He has Masters in Electronics Engineering from Anna University, India. In his free time he would like to practice Simplified Kundalini Yoga (SKY), play volleyball, and hike Mission Peak in Fremont.


Maria Hohn
Integration Services Programmer/Analyst
maria.hohn@ucsf.edu


Maria Hohn is a Programmer/Analyst for the Integration Services Team at UCSF since 2002. Maria is Cloverleaf Interface Engine Developer, certified in Epic Bridges, and specializes in real time HL7 ADT, Results and Transcription interfaces as well as ftp/sftp batch transfers. She has Master’s in Mathematics from the University of Warsaw and Master’s in Meteorology from University of Utah. She also finished Medical Informatics program at the University of Utah. Prior to joining UCSF, she worked on the Interface Team at Intermountain Health Care in Salt Lake City. She has one of the most powerful minds in the universe.


Rajesh Kamath
Integration Services Programmer/Analyst
rajesh.kamath@ucsf.edu


Rajesh Kamath is a Programmer/Analyst for the Integration Services Team at UCSF since 2008. Rajesh is certified in Epic Bridges and is a certified Cloverleaf Architect. He specializes in ADT, Orders, Results, Transcription and Provider interfaces. He has done his MBA from UC, Davis and a Bachelor of Computer Engineer from the University of Mumbai. He is also PMP certified. Before joining UCSF, Rajesh worked at Stanford Hospital and Clinics in their applications team supporting their ancillary applications.


Swarnim Ranjitkar
Integration Services Programmer/Analyst
swarnim.ranjitkar at ucsf.edu


Swarnim Ranjitkar is a Programmer/Analyst who has worked at UCSF since 2010 as a Application Developer. Currently he is working as a Mule Integration Developer. Prior to this, he has been involved with various Java, Salesforce and Mule Integration development at UCSF.  He is a MuleSoft Certified Developer (Integration and API Associate, Integration Professional) and MuleSoft Certified Architect.  He has a Master degree in Computer Science from the University of Bridgeport.


Vern Rogers
Integration Services Programmer/Analyst
vern.rogers@ucsf.edu


Vern Rogers is a Programmer/Analyst for the Integration Services Team and has been with UCSF since January of 2005. He worked on UCare initially, and then was responsible for extraction of UCare data to preload the Apex system prior to its go-live in 2012. His current responsibilities include being the lead Data Courier Administrator, as well as coordination of Integration team resources for ICD-10 and 3M Computer Assisted Coding projects. Yee haw.


Damon Ruhl
Integration Services Programmer/Analyst
damon.ruhl@ucsf.edu


Damon started with the love of technology at an early age. His inquisitive nature lead to many of his toys being taken apart to see how they work. This lead to many broken toys plus new ones being created out of the remnants of the old ones. He loved making infinite loops and watching his Commodore 64 spiral into death throes.  This lead to getting into the guts of games that came with the computer. He found that a simple tweak here and there would create huge advantage for him, adding $1 million to Poker Sam made the game so much easier. Later in life he found that the self-taught skills in the "tech industry" led him to an internship at SCO in Santa Cruz, after which he found full-time employment at Sutter Santa Cruz doing desktop, server, wireless and wired networks, and eventually moved to the Sutter applications group.  Another five years later, Damon joined the UCSF IDX team.  He was soon shanghaied into the Epic interface implementation team, where he eventually acceptedposition with the new Integration Services Team.


Matthew Shapiro
Integration Services Programmer/Analyst
matthew.shapiro@ucsf.edu


Matthew Shapiro is a Programmer/Analyst who has worked at UCSF since 1998 as a Caché programmer and now an interface analyst. He is a certified Cloverleaf developer, and an Epic-certified Bridges, Radar, and Reporting Workbench analyst. He's currently working with Mulesoft for Campus integration projects as well as the Medical Center.  He has a Bachelor's degree in English from the University of Florida, where he also started working in healthcare at Shands Hospital at UF. He doesn't own a TARDIS, but really wishes he did.


David Spenser
Integration Services Programmer/Analyst
david.spenser@ucsf.edu


Dave Spenser is a Programmer/Analyst with the Integration Services Team at UCSF. Dave has been involved with Healthcare IT for almost 40 years, having begun his career at Dameron Hospital in Stockton, California in August, 1975 following his graduation from CSU Sacramento with a BS degree in Business with a double concentration in Accounting and Management Information Science. During his years in the industry he has worked for a number of facilities, as well as for Shared Medical Systems and the First Consulting Group. He came to UCSF in July, 2000, having worked here since May, 1999 as a consultant for FCG. Dave has a number of interests outside of work, including travel, the ballet, Broadway musicals, guitar playing, and cooking. He has been a volunteer at Guide Dogs for the Blind for over 13 years working as a dog walker and as a docent. He and his wife share a home in Mill Valley with their 4 dogs and 2.5 cats.


Joyce Tanglao
Integration Services Programmer/Analyst
joyce.tanglao@ucsf.edu


Joyce Tanglao is a Programmer/Analyst for the Integration Services Team and has been with UCSF since October of 2006. She is certified in Epic Bridges. She specializes in EDI 270/271 Real Time Eligibility and HL7 ADT. She is also a certified Echocardiogram Doppler Technician from the Owen Brown Technical School. Prior to joining UCSF she worked for Columbia University Shared Practice Billing Systems Group in NYC for over 10 years as a Senior Account Manager with the last two years as the Assistant Director for IDX BAR/SCHED System Support.


Julia Wallace
Business Analyst
Julia.Wallace at ucsf.edu
 


Julia Wallace is a Business Analyst for the Integration Services Team at UCSF. She joined UCSF in 2010 having worked at a software and service provider for higher education in the USA and at a variety of large academic institutions in the United Kingdom. She has extensive systems analysis and implementation experience (specializing in research administration systems) and holds a PhD and BSc in Computer Science from the University of Exeter, United Kingdom.

Devin Church
Systems Integration Engineer
DChurch at mail.cho.org

 

Devin Church is a Programmer/Analyst with Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland and UCSF since 2010. Devin was initially hired by Children's to develop/convert HL7 interfaces from their old Meditech system to Epic. He was certified in Cloverleaf and Epic Bridges. After the Epic go-live he has been primarily responsible for interface support and development. After Children's affiliation with UCSF, he now develops interfaces for both organizations and has begun developing web APIs with Epic's Interconnect and with MuleSoft.