Jason Studsrud, Chief Executive Officer
In October 2005, Studsrud and his partner founded 7 Medical Systems, LLC, through the acquisition of a medical billing company. They rebranded and launched the company as a provider of on-demand solutions for picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) and electronic medical records (EMR). The company delivers on-demand (SaaS) solutions for PACS and EMR that remove financial and implementation barriers to adoption for small and medium healthcare organizations such as community-based hospitals, imaging centers, radiology groups and ambulatory clinics.
Prior to founding 7 Medical Systems, Studsrud was co-founder of Focal Solutions, a Microsoft Business Solutions provider, where he was responsible for managing service delivery, support operations and new business development. After selling Focal Solutions to LightEdge Solutions, he stayed on as Senior Vice President, managing the integration and transition of managed application services in the Midwest market.
Previously, Studsrud worked with RSM McGladrey, one of the nation’s leading consulting firms, as senior manager for the Southwest division responsible for 135 clients and 35 partners. Prior to RSM McGladrey, he worked with Lawson Software, where he performed nationwide healthcare financial consulting and project management for top healthcare systems including Mayo Clinic, Rush Prudential Health Plans, Sun Healthcare Group, Sutter Health, and Baylor Healthcare. Prior to Lawson, Studsrud was Director of Finance Operations for a healthcare corporation in Houston, TX managing operations for 31 hospitals and associated clinic settings.
Studsrud graduated from Moorhead State University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a minor in Accounting. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Financial Management from Concordia College.
Hunt Russell, Vice President Business Development
From 1996 to 2001, Russell was a limited partner in a Minneapolis, MN-based technology company and was a Professional Services Manager and Sales Manager for technology hardware. His contributions helped grow the firm’s revenue from $3 million to $123 million by 2001.
From 1990 to 1996, Russell was the Chief Information Officer for Luther Regional Health System, and directed all IT systems throughout multiple healthcare institutions, including clinics, hospitals, and long-term care facilities. He was also previously a commissioned Naval Officer at the Naval Hospital in Oakland, CA, where he served as an Assistant Controller and IT Director.
Russell graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a Bachelor of Science in healthcare and business administration. He has also earned an MBA from Golden Gate University.