Bob Robke leads all efforts for the implementation and client utilization of the 2bPrecise precision medicine platform. He is a 26-year veteran of the health information technology industry, beginning his career with Cerner in 1990. There, Bob served in a variety of technical and project management roles including system engineer, integration architect and project executive. While at Cerner, Bob also led one of the company’s first implementations of Cerner Millennium®.
In 2001, Bob co-founded and launched Health Network Services, dedicated to supplying operational oversight to community-based initiatives that targeted provider connectivity and population analytics. Health Network Services’ initial client was Michiana Health Information Network (MHIN) in South Bend, Indiana, still nationally recognized for its leadership and achievements, and where Bob served on its board of directors. Bob rejoined Cerner in 2007 to launch and drive new business opportunities associated with provider connectivity, and lead the company’s worldwide interoperability efforts. As part of that role, he was involved in the formation of CommonWell Health Alliance and served as chairman of its board of directors, a not-for-profit industry collaboration of HIT vendors dedicated to championing and solving the industry’s interoperability problem.
Bob received a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems with an emphasis in Accounting, from Emporia State University in Emporia, Kansas.