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Seapotter Corporation is a New York corporation founded in 2007 by Charles Potter, former CIO at Strang Cancer Prevention Center and Associate Computer Scientist in Surgery, Weill Medical College of Cornell.  Seapotter Corporation provides IT consulting services to healthcare institutions and emerging public corporations specializing in systems development, business process analysis and healthcare compliance and legislation.

Our business model includes two revenue sources: project based compensation for services and commissions from a network of partners and third party service providers which Seapotter Corp. provides to clients. Selected partners and service providers include: UCA Services, Inc., All Covered, Inc., Microsoft Corporation, Singtel, Dell and Advantage Communications Group. Selected clients include: Healthy Children Healthy Futures, Healthy-Directions Inc, Arrow Resources Development (ARWD), Weill Medical College of Cornell, Weintraub Surgical Practice, Empire Advisory LLC and Preventive Medicine Institute.

We have recently expanded healthcare IT support to small group practices and individual practices including internet management, applications support and ‘meaningful use’ guidelines and compliance as defined in ARRA Title XIII Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act’’ or the ‘‘HITECH Act.  and Title XXX Health Information Technology and Quality (ONCHIT).   One such supported practice is Dr. Barry Weintraub, FACS, Center for Specialty Care which relies on Seapotter Corporation for internet site content management, LAN and server support and ARRA/HIPAA compliance management. 

Charles Potter, CPHIMS-
Charles Potter

Mr. Potter has 30 years experience in applied systems development, software and database architecture and IT management.  In 2007, he founded Seapotter Corporation after serving as CIO at Strang Cancer Prevention Center (2000-2007) and Associate Computer Scientist in Surgery, Weill Medical College of Cornell (1998-2007).  In 1991, he founded the Strang Department of Medical Informatics and the Strang Research Computing Group, serving as Director until 2000. He was also Manager of Information Systems in the Department of Surgery, Cornell Medical College (1991 to 1997).  Prior to joining Strang Cancer Prevention Center and Cornell, he worked for Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Rockwell International, IBM TJ Watson Research Center and The Juilliard School. He received his undergraduate degree from Roger Williams College in 1975 and was Graduate Electronic/Computer Music Fellow at the Juilliard School 1979-80 and 1980-81. He attended graduate programs at University of California San Diego in Experimental Music 1983 and Walden University PhD program in Health Services 1994.

While at Strang Cancer Prevention Center/Cornell University Medical College he designed systems which supported subject recruitment used in the discovery of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes. His Genetics Outreach System 2.0 was inducted into the Permanent Research Collection of the Smithsonian Institution in 1998 for contributions to medicine and technology.  This system was also nominated by Bill Gates for a Computerworld Smithsonian Award.  Other selected awards for systems development include Windows World Open in Business Intelligence Systems (winner 1996), finalist in the Uniforum Open Awards in Biotechnology (1995) and finalist in Windows World Open in Healthcare (1995).

His professional memberships include: Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), New York Academy of Sciences, The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME), Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

Mr. Potter is father of three daughters with his wife of 21 years and enjoys family camping, fishing and a round of golf when time permits.

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