HealthConnect Networks Leadership
Jim Rogers, President - HealthConnect Networks
Jim Rogers is a true pioneer in his field. After founding ProInfoNet, an independent telecommunications and computer consulting firm, in 1995, Jim revolutionized network function for his entire customer base.
He implemented a strategic combination of technology and best practices to benefit medium and large enterprises in New England by reducing costs and increasing both value and efficiency. ProInfoNet’s current list of more than 180 clients spans the country.
In 2007, in direct response to the Federal Communications Commission’s creation of the Rural Health Care Pilot Program (RHCPP), a program designed to provide an infrastructure for rural healthcare providers to connect electronically to their urban counterparts, Jim founded the New England Telehealth Consortium (NETC).
Once established, Jim applied for NETC funding as part of the RHCCP and in an unprecedented response, the FCC awarded NETC 24.6 million dollars.
Today NETC is a 501c4 member organization with more than 400 healthcare participants across Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. ProInfoNet is currently managing the implementation of the NETC network. Thanks to Jim’s leadership, NETC members are slated to save a collective $170 million in networking costs and receive an additional $117 million in added network value over the next 10 years.
Prior to founding ProInfoNet, Jim spent 15 years in the private business sector, managing information technology and telecommunications in Maine. He holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Maine and has served as adjunct faculty at Husson University, teaching courses in Telecommunications and Information Technology.
Jim was also instrumental in the formation of the Northern Maine Telecommunications Users Group. He lent his expertise to the Maine Telecommunications Forum that recommended industry standards to guide the future of Maine Telecommunications to the Governor and state policy makers; and he served on the Nynex customer panel for the Maine Public Utilities Commission.
Trevor Gordon, Vice President of Operations - HealthConnect Networks
Trevor Gordon manages operations for HealthConnect Networks overseeing all backoffice functions that keep the company running. Trevor boasts over 25 years in business and technology management with extensive telecommunications, marketing and sales, operations and financial management of medium to large businesses.
Trevor spent many years in the management and operations of large corporations including MarMaxx, H.E. Murdock, Pride Golf Tee and Kmart.
Trevor holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Maine.