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Our DNA

Developing forward looking software for healthcare

Acoer is a software development firm made up of a highly accomplished and proven team of open source and blockchain software developers. Our technology is based on proven, modern development practices, building all of our applications on three core design principles:


  • Usability First
  • Open (Interoperability, APIs)
  • Blockchain-Enabled

Acoer provides organizations rich, relevant, interoperable, out of the box RESTful API based software—as already provided and continuing to be developed—to build modern healthcare software to markedly improve return on software investment and ultimately improve patient outcome.

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What are open APIs?

The way the Internet itself is connected. In crude terms, Open APIs are the mechanism with which different sites or applications communicate with each other using a standard “language”--technically speaking through RESTful APIs.

We believe open technology, and open APIs are the way to go to address the decades long technology interoperability and innovation issues in healthcare. This is the modern method and mindset for building software and collaboration. We are at the dawn of big data, machine learning and blockchain in healthcare, however, none of that will be possible unless we have software interoperability and the ability therein to de-silo data.



Creators of OpenCDC and OpenPharma platforms


Globally recognized blockchain experts


Proven developers of modern software while running a 5-time inc awardee
Executive Team
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Jim Nasr

Founder & CEO

Jim Nasr is the CEO of Acoer.

Prior to Acoer, Jim was the Vice President of Technology for Certara and was the Chief Software Architect at the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Jim led a number of modernizations of CDC’s public health systems, through implementation of interoperable software, data as a service, blockchain and open source software.

Jim has more than twenty years of experience in the technology industry, with over a decade as a founder and CEO of Armedia. With Jim’s expertise, Armedia grew from inception to over 100 employees, and a 5-time Inc. 5000 awardee.

Jim is on the board of many technology organizations and the Architecture Lead for PhUSE Blockchain Working Group. He has an MBA from the University of Connecticut

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Dr. Ben Chevallereau

CTO

Ben Chevallereau, PhD is the Chief Technology Officer for Acoer.

He has lived and worked in 5 countries and brings experience from major corporate and public clientele, including the FDA, USDA, and UK Ministry of Justice.

Dr. Chevallereau developed one of the first blockchain projects for the Center for Disease Control. He also created Open CDC, an open-source repository for code, data and APIs from the CDC. He has published books and videos on document management solutions including his dissertation “Contribution of new modeling approaches to software sustainability”

Dr. Chevallereau oversees all technology and development at Acoer, working closely with teams of designers, developers, and business partners to ensure the highest quality of product.

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Dr. Ben Chevallereau

CTO

Why Acoer?

Existing application and approach do not meet user needs, time to market, or edge for innovation - Acoer is changing that.

Acoer designs for human interaction and consumer usability with a mesh of functions and data from multiple sources, while building for the world of machine-to-machine interaction through machine readable data and interoperable APIs. Acoer recognizes the need to uncomplicate, while striving to provide unquestionable computational trust and accessibility.

Interoperability is seen as the catalyst to patient oriented healthcare, with many public and vocal advocates. Consumerization of healthcare is accelerating through proliferation of smart phones and higher consumer expectations of user experience while data access, data transparency, individual ownership over data are all becoming regulatory requirements around the world. New technology, a mindset for open software and standard software interaction protocols have made the exchange of health information between systems easier and faster.