OUR HISTORY AND TEAM
COMPANY AND PRODUCT HISTORY
HealthSecure EMR is developed by SpiralFX Interactive, LLC, a software development company founded in 2000. We have been working with correctional facilities since 2003 to develop software for a variety of needs, including medical, financial, reporting, data conversion and interfaces. Current customers include Henrico County Sheriff”s Office in Virginia, the Mississippi Department of Corrections and Hawaii’s Department of Public Safety.
We first developed an EMR for a jail in 2008, and our customer for that product requested that we build a next-generation product to handle a much wider range of their medical needs.
With our prior experience and a supportive jail customer to guide our design decisions, we began new development of HealthSecure EMR in 2011 and deployed it at a 1500-bed jail in 2012. It has been in continuous live use since then and is being actively developed and grown as a product. Our product roadmap includes many innovations that will benefit current and future customers.
Below are our management and key personnel.
ANDREW ROYAPPA, PH.D. – CEO & FOUNDER
Andrew received his Ph.D. in computer science from Purdue University in 1992 and co-founded SpiralFX in 2000 after nine years in academia, including a post as the chair of the Department of Computer Science at Millsaps College. A highly experienced business software developer, Andrew also maintains an active Topcoder.com rating and has qualified for both the Topcoder Open and Google Code Jam programming championships, including in 2014.
SUE ROYAPPA, MD, MPH – CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER
Dr. Royappa is an internal medicine physician who brings a wealth of clinical medical knowledge to HealthSecure. She received her M.D. from the University of Mississippi in 2001 and completed her residency at the Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas in 2004 after which she entered private practice. Dr. Royappa oversees all clinical aspects of HealthSecure software development. She also has a degree in Physics from Purdue University and has worked as a high school and college mathematics teacher.