Chief Executive Officer, Axolotl Corporation
Ray Scott, BS, MBCS, C.Eng, CITP, co-founded Axolotl Corporation in 1995 to provide collaborative electronic workflow solutions for communities of health care providers. He was instrumental in creating the concepts around Clinical Messaging, turning electronic medical record communication into a reality, and establishing it as a necessary requirement for successful Health Information Exchanges and Regional Health Information organizations. Following Axolotl's acquisition by Ingenix, Scott has taken on additional responsibilities for Enterprise Architecture and Strategy across the Ingenix group of companies.
Formerly, Scott was Chief Executive Office of Computer Concepts Europe where he created a distribution network for the SuperBase product. From 1990 to 1994, he held Executive Vice President positions for Technology, Corporate Strategy and Marketing for ECsoft. From 1984 to 1990, Scott was Managing Director of MJSL, a CASE consulting and product company, where he directed product development and pioneered the use of object-oriented techniques.
Earlier in his career, Scott designed and implemented the first criminal intelligence computer system for New Scotland Yard, a software package to create current and future anti-forgery designs for UK bank notes, and real-time software to control the flight of military rockets.
Scott holds a BS (Honors) in Mathematics, is a Member of the British Computing Society, a Chartered Engineer and has served on the boards of both public and private companies.