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After graduating from Providence College, Paul Coyne worked as a financial analyst at Goldman Sachs.  After residual effects of a stroke forced him out on disability, he went back to school and simultaneously enrolled in Columbia University's Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctorate program in nursing as well as Northeastern University's combined MBA, Healthcare Management / MS, Finance program. 

Over the course of the next four years, he completed all five degrees, becoming an adult-gerontology nurse practitioner with a subspecialty in palliative care. While completing his doctorate, he served as Manager of Analytics at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.  He then transitioned into a clinical operations role at Hospital for Special Surgery and has subsequently held numerous positions of increasing responsibility, now serving as Assistant Vice President, Clinical Practice & Chief Nursing Informatics Officer with responsibility for APPs, Clinical Informatics, and Occupational Health. 

Paul is President & Co-founder of Inspiren, a nurse-led healthcare technology company, whose flagship solution has received over 20 awards for design and impact to patient safety from Fast Company, SXSW, Edison, TIME, and the American Nurse's Association.  Due to his unique knowledge of the interplay of clinical practice, technology, and finance, Coyne has been internationally recognized, having been named AI Person of the Year by the Global Achievement AI Awards, a top 25 innovator by Modern Healthcare, as well as Leader Under 40 by Crain's, Becker's, and Business Insider.  He is the author of the "The Nurse's Guide to Innovation", an Amazon Best Seller, and serves on the Board of Visitors at Columbia University School of Nursing.  He lives in New York with his wife and son.

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