Brad Crosslin is the president of PDX Inc., reporting to Jeff Farris, CEO. Brad also serves on the board of directors.
Before being appointed president in 2012, Brad was Senior Vice President of PDX Design and successfully led software engineer teams through the development of the complex platform of interoperability of patient data across an entire enterprise.
As president Brad oversees the Development, Architecture, Design, and IT groups at PDX. Under his leadership, the IT organization has continued to refine the development processes that increase efficiency and reduce development time. “Our customers now receive new functionality on rapid, set schedules, allowing them to address a fast-paced, changing market. It’s a win/win.”
Prior to joining PDX, Brad’s interest in pharmacy was sparked as a pharmacy technician at Drug Emporium, receiving critical hands-on experience.
Brad and his wife, Cheryl, of 20 years have always called Texas their home. They currently reside with their teenage daughter in Keller, Texas. Brad is active in his church, which includes his technical support on their on-line streaming services, and he enjoys classical music, is an avid Arsenal soccer fan, and follows Texas Rangers baseball. For the record, he believes Christy Mathewson to be the best baseball pitcher of all time.
Brad attended both the University of Massachusetts and the University of Texas, Arlington.