Center for Medical Interoperability
8 City Blvd., Suite 203
Cantwell leads the Center for Medical Interoperability, an organization of health systems and leaders dedicated to improving healthcare by advancing the seamless flow of information among medical technologies. Involved since the Center's founding, Cantwell previously served as senior vice president at the West Health Institute and as president and CEO of InnerWireless and of SpectraPoint. In addition to more than 25 years experience leading advanced technology businesses, he served as an Air Force fighter pilot for over a decade. A graduate of Duke University, Cantwell is on the board of the Nashville Technology Council.
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