Ivan Erdos, MBA, M.Sc., PMP, Lean Six Sigma, ITIL
Chief Science Officer, Co-Founder
“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.” Albert Einstein
“Working with Ivan at Hewlett Packard, I experienced that he has a wide and mature knowledge in IT service fields, including ITSM projects, vendor selection, startup of new services, implementation, and deployment. Among his many strengths, he can see the broader picture, and at the same time ,he can transfer it into actions. He drives for results, managing the team to achieve the objectives. His special strength is the ability to understand customer needs and transform those expressed needs into working solutions.” – Sándor Gönczi, General Manager HP Hungary
“Ivan is a great person to work with, he is very creative and absolutely ready for thinking out of the box and the most important is: he has outstanding interpersonal skills.” Bela Mucs, IT Infrastructure Services Manager – EMEA at Lexmark
“I am passionate about leadership and sound management principles. With decades of experience, my specialties include every field of IT, solution architecture and design, service design and process engineering with special focus on process improvement and on process integration.
At Hcare Health, I help others to keep moving and to reach new heights. After more than a decade at Kaiser Permanente, I understand the deep requirements and rigors of healthcare, that’s why I am happy to be a founder of Hcare. I have a firm belief, we have to deliver “solutions”, not software, not systems, not process, not services but all of them together. “Solution” is a strong word. It means we are really going to solve something. In healthcare we can solve real life problems, we can improve the lives of the people, we can even prevent problems from happening. With my long time experience in many different fields of IT and management, I can share the assurance of the “deja vu” feeling with my talented colleagues. It doesn’t mean we should use only the proven solutions of the past to solve today’s problems. It means we should use the same passionate and out-of-the-box thinking that worked before.
Innovative solutions in Healthcare are more important than ever. We live in the world of a pandemic and people with underlying issues are more vulnerable. Also, we are operating the most expensive healthcare system in the world with questionable results. There are so many issues to solve, it’s hard to pick one. But we are ready for hard decisions. We are ready to provide solutions. We are ready to make disruptive changes. We are moving.”