The Company

Health Asset Management, Inc.

Mission/Vision/Story

PaperTracer was developed by HAMi, a computer software provider headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida USA. It was founded in 1997 by Michael D. Tarpley. It was originally developed for asset management before expanding to contract management and other uses. HAMi has used a Software as a Service (SaaS) delivery model since 2001 and has over 15 years of technical expertise and experience meeting the requirements of the clients’ business process needs. The client base represents over 60 institutions, from healthcare, research, education and other industries both nationally and internationally.

 

Leadership Team

Linda Roberson

Linda Roberson, MBA, FACHE, RHIA

CEO

Linda was appointed as the new CEO in August 2014 beginning as the COO in 2011. Prior to joining HAMi and working with the PaperTracer team, Linda held various executive positions in a large healthcare system in Eastern North Carolina.

Linda’s 30 years of experience includes executive leadership, operations process improvement, business development, and enterprise level system conversions. Her leadership in unison with the executive team of daily business operations continues to build a strong operations structure including financial oversight, defining marketing and customer relations initiatives, and strategic planning.

Linda holds a BS degree in Health Information Management and an MBA from East Carolina University. She is a Fellow of American College of Healthcare Executives and a Registered Health Information Administrator. She actively serves on community and professional committees and boards.

Kevin Hoot

Kevin Hoot

CTO

Kevin has over 30 years of extensive experience in database management, programming, automating technology, security and software architect on different platforms.

Kevin has played an instrumental role in completing the vision to develop the PaperTracer aspects today. Since the inception of the application, Kevin valued user inputs while developing PaperTracer application. He is keen on making sure the highest priority is for the security of the application and customer needs. Kevin guides the architecture in the factual direction and development remains client centric.

His past work experiences have included electronic applications development for Allstate Financial Work Place Division, National Public Radio, Mayo Foundation for Medical Research, and the ITT Aerospace/ Optical Division on versatile platforms and technologies.

Raj Varma

Rajashree (Raj) Varma

Chief Alliance & Strategy Officer (CASO)

Raj has 20 years of software industry experience with 10 years at Microsoft, starting as a developer leading to an Architect Evangelist role on multiple advanced technologies. Her expertise includes strategic alliances, analyzing, developing and maintaining standards, project & software methodologies, and processes.

Raj is a serial entrepreneur of multiple technology companies and has strategically grown the companies as profitable. Her strengths includes strong leadership, interpersonal and team building skills. She has been a Partner and “Chief Alliance & Strategy Officer” at PaperTracer since 2010. As CASO, Raj has helped to improve the engineering and support processes, upgraded the application, enabled growth into an international market, and setup channel partners for PaperTracer in the USA and India for continued strategic growth.

Raj holds Bachelors in Computer Engineering and Diploma in Electrical Engineering from renowned university from India. She volunteered at TiE Seattle for 4 years as the Business Manager. She actively participates in community outreach programs and volunteered at non-profit organizations.

 
 
Michael Tarpley

Michael D. Tarpley

in Memory
Company Founder

HAMi was founded in 1997 by Michael. He had over 30 years of experience in the sales and software business. With his vision and overall strategy, the company took broad steps toward “Software as a Service” (SaaS) based web applications. The “PaperTracer” application, which is founded on SQL database simplicity, provides true value to the end customers and assist in the automation of their business processes allowing them to achieve significant productivity enhancements.

Michael built a successful medical equipment sales company that led him to realize the need for a web based software to manage hospital equipment and their contracts. The development of this software led to the creation of the PaperTracer Business Process Management (BPM) product that was successfully transitioned to the SaaS business model in 2001.

Michael’s expertise led the company through development transitions of cloud computing as well as expanding use and features of this product for multiple verticals like healthcare, education, attorney/CPA offices, and government offices.