Ronald L. Gue is renowned throughout healthcare as a pioneer and knowledge leader in the field of hospital information systems. As founder of Phoenix Health Systems, he has led the organization for over 20 years.
Ron has a B.E.S. and Ph.D. in mathematical sciences from the Johns Hopkins University. He began his career as an academic at the University of Florida and later Southern Methodist University, where he founded and chaired the university’s Computer Sciences Department. He founded The Medicus Corporation, a hospital IT outsourcing company, which was eventually acquired by HBO Corporation (now McKesson Healthcare Services). Ron later acquired and led Medical Systems International Corporation.
Ron has served as a healthcare IT consulting practice leader/partner for national consulting firms, including Arthur Young & Co. and Dorenfest & Associates, working with U.S. and international healthcare organizations. He has authored a textbook and many professional journal articles. Ron is a member of the National Advisory Council of the Whiting School of Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University.