Scott serves as Program Manager for Eagle, focusing on process improvement — achieving greater efficiency, improving patient care, and optimizing services based on client-specific needs.
He has been involved with the application of new technologies for the bulk of his career. Initially, he served as a Rehabilitation Engineer developing assistive technologies to accommodate people with disabilities. From that experience, he gained respect for how technology can enhance the ability of the individual to meet the demands of the environment.
Five years ago, Scott focused on telemedicine to have a more direct impact on patient care, implementing telemedicine in a variety of healthcare settings. Scott earned his Master’s in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Virginia and his Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University. He and his family have lived in the metro Atlanta, GA area since 1993.
As the father of four home-schooled college graduates, Scott is passionate about helping others achieve their goals. When his kids were young, he drew on his creative talents to be a “clown and balloon artist”; he is also a musician, playing guitar, ukulele and a bit of piano.