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Bane Hunter Discusses Transformational Outcomes

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It’s no secret that there are long-standing problems in some areas of the American business mindset, particularly when it comes to digital records storage and transmission. Individuals can wait weeks and even months to receive their records — even though some providers automatically receive these same records, most notably for example after a medical scan or procedure.

Enter transformation executive Bane Hunter. Hunter, who has long been at the forefront of product innovation and program delivery, and is now turning his focus to the complex systems of government services, healthcare and AI product development. By commercializing AI and reducing development costs, Hunter is embarking on the creation of the first national unified digital records health exchange for patients, providers, unions, commercial groups, and others.

A Consistent Track Record

Tackling the intricacies of the American government services and healthcare information systems is no easy task, but Hunter’s career in the tech industry as a project and product executive perfectly positions him to take on this issue. 

Hunter holds an MBA from CSU and a bachelor’s degree from The City University of New York. Hunter served as the Chief Project Officer at MTV Networks/Paramount Global, where he spearheaded the first digital protection efforts for Viacom, and then worked in tandem with Google to implement them commercially.

His career continued as he developed product and project outcomes for media companies like A&E and Conde Nast. Hunter has also been involved with a number of  IPO placements, has developed eight product patents, and managed several company acquisitions and subsequent integrations. From major product launches, to large-scale project management outcomes, Hunter has through a lot of effort, passion and drive, delivered a proven track record of commercial success in the media, finance, and tech industries. 

The common denominator? Hunter’s open attitude and flexibility towards innovation. Throughout his career, Hunter hasn’t turned his back on modern solutions to age-old problems. 

A Background in AI Implementation

Bane Hunter leveraged formal schooling as well as part of his journey of innovation and transformation. Along the way his certifications such as PMP, Prince2, ITIL, CSPO, and CSM helped him to manage project lifecycles and bridge any corporate divides, whilst his AI Product Management Specialization from Duke helped him formalize the language and methods used among the AI community. He has long believed that it’s important to use different resources to enhance a project’s outcome – be they formal education, new technologies or team members who bring their unique experiences and skill sets to the project. The recent development of AI technology is a thrilling new development that Hunter has been quick to study, implement and advocate for.

He’s previously written numerous studies around the successful implementation of AI in business, and his deep understanding of the commercialization of AI allows him to incorporate these new tools into the present ecosystem. As part of his undertaking with the American healthcare information system, organizing mass amounts of sensitive data can only be done if there is careful implementation of new AI technology.

“Technology and innovation have always been the next frontier of equality, opportunity, and fairness,” Hunter explains. 

A New Venture

Now, Hunter is harnessing his years of experience to take on a monumental task with the help of AI: Transforming the American healthcare information system into a patient-first model. 

After all, Hunter points out, the 21st Century CURES Act requires that patients receive records on demand — but this rarely happens outside of a closed environment. However, by commercializing AI, Hunter plans to make it easy for patients to access their records.

“We can deliver a complete patient history in near real-time,” the transformation executive says. “When properly implemented, AI can organize the data, educate patients on their diagnoses, and even suggest personalized paths for the patient to take. Imagine the impact this would have for example in the Veterans Administration system for example”. This new venture is by no means easy, but Bane Hunter has never been one to back down from a challenge. As a longtime professional operating in the tech industry, Hunter is accustomed to adapting to the times — and commercializing AI is an innovation that can truly achieve transformational outcomes.

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