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Company Backstory

Datica was founded by Travis Good, MD, and Mohan Balachandran, two friends committed to bettering patient care. They were compelled to start Datica after seeing first hand the challenges healthcare faces re-inventing the wheel with compliance and integration.

Before starting Datica, the two founders explored healthcare from all angles—practicing and consulting to enterprise health systems and entrepreneurship. Datica's vision is derived from their holistic view of healthcare.

The foundation of the company is built from members previously at Rackspace, the NSA, Epic, NASA, Influence Health, Intel, and industries such as meteorology, telephony, and pharmaceuticals. The team is a strong mix of industry experts and entrepreneurial veterans.

Datica is headquartered in Madison, WI, but is built to be a distributed team.

Press Releases

Datica to Speak at HITRUST 2019 Annual Conference

April 24, 2019

Travis Good MD to participate in panel discussion about HITRUST and NIST Assurance

Datica to Showcase Portfolio of Products to Manage PHI on Public Clouds at HIMSS 2019

February 11, 2019

Exhibits and presentations in the Datica, AWS, and Microsoft booths.

Datica Book Complete Cloud Compliance now available online

December 18, 2018

Breakthrough new book provides a framework and approach to unblocking the cloud on the path to digital transformation.

Datica to Speak on Managing Risk on the Cloud at Pacific Northwest Enterprise Risk Forum

November 1, 2018

Panel discussion to feature four prominent healthcare industry leaders who share ideas on managing risk on the cloud to accelerate innovation.

Datica Announces First-Ever Complete Cloud Compliance Tool for Developers

October 3, 2018

The Datica Cloud Compliance Management System solves the problem of continuous compliance and security in a cloud-native world.

Datica Premiers New Book Complete Cloud Compliance at 2018 HITRUST Annual Conference

September 12, 2018

Breakthrough new book navigates the way through managed services and microservice-based architectures so today’s healthcare companies can achieve total compliance on the cloud.

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