Clinical Mobility: Comprehensive wireless device and network services for healthcare delivery organizations
Clinical Mobility is the cure for wireless complexity. Our services have been created to ease the burden on network and security teams so enterprises can stay focused on their core business. We have tremendous experiential knowledge and skills, but our approach is how we build customers for life. We treat clients like people, not technology. Integrity and quality bond our work. We believe that profitability and integrity are not mutually exclusive. And no matter what we do, our values will always be our real value.
Clinical Mobility is an Intellicom company, founded in 2015 to help healthcare delivery organizations and wireless technology manufacturers to achieve reliability and security for their wireless solutions. Very few, if any standards currently exist in the healthcare industry and therefore healthcare delivery organizations struggle with network and device reliability.
Collectively we have many years of wireless experience and have worked for product manufacturers, integrators, and healthcare delivery organizations. We have implemented thousands of networks that have supported hundreds of thousands of devices. All of this with the most advanced levels of security available.
The Clinical Mobility team is comprised of technology and healthcare experts. We are an eclectic group, but we have one thing in common: we believe in doing the job right.
Shawn Jackman – Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Shawn Jackman is the founder and CEO of Clinical Mobility and a global expert in wireless and security for healthcare delivery organizations. Under his leadership, Clinical Mobility has become the only independent service provider for wireless reliability in the healthcare industry.
Prior to launching Clinical Mobility, Shawn led the national design, strategy, and building of the largest wireless network in healthcare for Kaiser Permanente.
Shawn is the author of the CWDP Certified Wireless Design Professional Official Study Guide, co-author of the CWSP Certified Wireless Security Professional Official Study Guide mHIMSS Roadmap, among others. He is also on the steering committee for the Healthcare Technology Alliance He is a frequent speaker at healthcare and technology events, including AAMI and HIMSS.
Shawn is an engineer at heart and when he’s not working, he is usually entrenched in a far too aggressive home DIY project. He is particularly fond of woodworking and enjoys sports, playing guitar (poorly), and quality wine with family and friends.
Jon Krabbenschmidt – Chief Operating Officer
Jon is responsible for the finance, accounting, legal, and human resource departments for Clinical Mobility. Under his leadership, Clinical Mobility has established global business processes and operations that enable the company to scale quickly as new opportunities arise.
Whether inside a major corporation or running a start-up, Jon is always an entrepreneur. Throughout his life, he has turned his personal interests into profitable businesses. As a young man, he liked working with horses, so he started a feed and care business. In college, he turned his passion for technology into a computer retail and service store.
Jon spent his early career leading IT and engineering teams but wanted a greater challenge. Prior to joining Clinical Mobility in 2015, he held leadership roles with Kaiser Permanente and other organizations, helping them leverage wireless technology to achieve their business goals.
Jon takes pride in the fundamentals of life–personal responsibility, acceptance, and good work. He is happiest these days with his family, building things, and subverting the occasional norm.
Tom Head – Founder
Tom Head and Shawn Jackman co-founded Clinical Mobility in 2015. Tom, an engineer with deep experience in wireless, helped the company define and refine our current processes for assessing and measuring wireless reliability.
Tom is an inventor who grew up in an eccentric family, living in the woods. His first big purchase as a teenager was a programmable calculator and an eight-inch reflector telescope. It is no surprise that he went to employment with Lucent, Lockheed Martin, and other government contractors at NASA, working on wireless and cellular technology for the space program.
Tom is a problem-solver and likes really big challenges. Of late he has been developing software to visualize that which is invisible in wireless deployments. It is a natural progression for the kid who, not satisfied with a regular treehouse, built one across multiple trees and levels, just to see if he could.
Debi Higgs – Vice President of Human Resources & Organizational Development
Clinical Mobility is about people, not just technology. Debi Higgs is the architect of our human resource strategy and in that capacity is building an organization that reflects our core values of excellence, integrity, and trust. Leveraging more than 20 years of experience, she leads the development of human resource policies, global talent acquisition, and our executive coaching program.
After management roles with Cupertino Electric, Envestnet, Model N, Cadence Design Systems, and more, Debi formed her own talent acquisition agency called G&H Consulting Group. Debi began her career by serving for 17 years in the United States Air Force where she rose to the rank of master sargeant.
Debi believes that even the most complex problems have a solution. To that end, she teaches life skills to California inmates in an effort to reduce recidivism. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit and three-quarters of the prison population were released, Debi and other volunteers working with Carry the Vision began adapted their program to work directly with half-way houses and the homeless population.
Karen Mohindra – Sales Operations & Account Manager
Karen Mohindra is responsible for keeping Clinical Mobility sales on track. Karen maintains the sales infrastructure, processes, and analytics in addition to collaborating with HDO customers and partners.
Prior to joining Clinical Mobility, Karen was the first director of sales and marketing for the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications (CWTA) and the business manager of the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA). After a sabbatical being a mother and community volunteer in Northern Virginia, she now applies her background supporting nursing research to healthcare communications.
When Karen isn’t working, she is volunteering in her community. She is a referee for the FIRST Tech Robotics Challenge. She has studied Tae Kwon Do for 34 years and teaches the martial art at a local community center.
Miguel Valenzuela – President, Nordic & European Union Division
Miguel Valenzuela is responsible for the expansion of Clinical Mobility services to Nordic and European countries. In this role, he works with government and private entities to identify solutions to improve the reliability and security of wireless deployments in healthcare delivery organizations.
Miguel is a California Professional Registered Engineer with extensive experience in designing and managing water & wastewater projects for both private and public projects. His experience in civil engineering ranges from marketing and sales, to working as an innovation coach in Norway.
Miguel continues to inspire and teach youth to create and invent with his patented invention PancakeBot, and as the head of a Eiker Innovators & Makers, a non-profit in Hokksund, Norway. He also runs his own innovation consulting company.
Dayna Verstegen – Director of Marketing
Dayna Verstegen is responsible for the marketing of Clinical Mobility, including demand generation, branding, and partners. Leveraging more than 20 years of experience in B2B technology marketing, Dayna is accelerating Clinical Mobility’s brand recognition and growth in the healthcare industry.
Dayna began her career in journalism working on the Emmy-winning weekly live news magazine called “Weekend” with Wisconsin Public Television. After relocating to Northern California, she started her technology career in public relations, then moved to in-house roles, marketing everything from e-Learning and mobile app platforms, to ERP and open source technologies.
Dayna is a curious person by nature and is endlessly asking questions. She is also a writer and currently ghost-writing her second book. Dayna reads broadly in fiction and non-fiction. She is a devoted animal-lover and a Green Bay Packers fan by birth. She and her wife tend their herd in a small town in Wisconsin.
Kia Baradaran – Customer Solutions Architect
Kia Baradaran is on the front lines with some of the largest healthcare delivery organizations in the world. He is responsible for the creation of wireless strategies, including the infrastructure, devices, and security. He is also supervises the quality of the implementation, working long-term with hospitals so that they can adapt facilities and patient services quickly when new opportunities arise.
Prior to joining Clinical Mobility, Kia developed deep and broad experience in engineering, sales engineering, and sales roles for companies such as Wells Fargo, 3Com, Aruba, and more. Kia maintains a very high standard of excellence, which he developed working as a sales clerk in his Dad’s retail business. While attending Cal Poly, he also served in the US Army Reserves before graduating with a degree in computer science.
When he can get away from his computer, Kia is outside. You can find him most weekends on the treacherous bike trails of Northern California. The tougher the trail, the better the ride.
Scott Tomiko – Field Service Manager
Scott Tomiko tends to Clinical Mobility’s most important assets – our customers. As our field service manager, Scott has identified methods for more efficient, accurate, and safe implementation of wireless networks for healthcare delivery organizations.
Prior to joining Clinical Mobility, he spent 20 years teaching anti-terrorist techniques for a government military training company. We know that our clients are in the best hands with Scott who is an expert in staying alive. Now he is back in the field and his skills in high-stress decision-making, counter-surveillance, and evasive driving maneuvers have prepared him for any challenge healthcare technology can deliver.
After many years of driving fast, shooting guns, and rally racing, Scott had enough excitement. He is a lifelong learner and has myriad technology certifications. After 20 years of procrastination and 15 years of online classes, Scott also recently earned his MBA from Southern New Hampshire University.
Dan Longman – Customer Engagement & Project Management
Dan Longman helps keep the Clinical Mobility trains running on time. With his business acumen and more than 30 years of experience managing large complex technology projects, Dan drives the research, planning, and implementation of our most strategic projects.
Prior to joining Clinical Mobility, Dan was instrumental in the planning and deployment of wireless networking to over 900 Kaiser Permanente facilities, including 37 hospitals. Dan also held I.T. product and project management positions with large financial firms including Charles Schwab, and with a private IT consulting company in Silicon Valley.
Dan is an innovator, always looking to the future, but he also recognizes the past. He has a degree in history from the University of Missouri-Columbia and an avid interest in American military conflicts. When not sidelined by a pandemic, Dan is mixing it up on the hardcourts three times a week.
Clinical Mobility Partners
Clinical Mobility does not sell or resell wireless technology or equipment. We believe that this is paramount for providing objective, independent counsel to our customers. When we make product recommendations, they are selected for the value they will provide the healthcare delivery organization only.
We work with every major wireless technology company in the industry and many are our official partners.
- Extreme Networks
- Mobile Integrate
- Halo Health