He founded both the HCC Corporation (HCC) and TMIT in 1984. HCC is a commercial technology, service, and product incubator that has developed or supported more than 400 healthcare solutions. It incubates healthcare solutions ranging from individual products and start-up health information technology companies to entire business divisions for global Fortune 10 companies.
Through its national research test bed of more than 3 out of 5 U.S. hospitals, TMIT drives acceleration of patient safety practices that target national standards. It has co-funded and co-led the development of the National Quality Forum's 2006, 2009, and 2010 Safe Practices for Better Healthcare. These national standards established a consensus program defined by the U.S. Congress and are now used by U.S. healthcare organizations.
Charles Denham was graduated with a B.M.S. and an M.D. from the University of Alberta. He completed his medical residency in radiation oncology at Baylor College of Medicine. Denham began his career as a radiation oncologist in Austin, Texas.
Dr. Denham has been a Co-Chairman of the National Quality Forum Safe Practices program. He has been a Senior Fellow in the Advanced Leadership Initiative at Harvard University and instructor at the Harvard School of Public Health. He teaches leadership and innovation on the faculty of Harvard Medical School.
He splits his time between Laguna Beach and Cambridge.
The home was purchased for $14M in the late 2000s.
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