Christopher Wixon

Christopher Wixon

Founder @ CodeCatcher

Christopher L. Wixon, MD., is Founder of CodeCatcher, a medical application which organizes the world’s medical knowledge into a graph data model making it universally accessible and useful. Optimized for use on a handheld device, the tool un-tethers the provider from the desktop computer, facilitating data entry at the point of service and delivering both efficiency and enhanced user experience. Unlike systems that mimic paper chart-oriented  electronic health records (EHR), the CodeCatcher system uses the medical condition as the foundation of our processes. The goals it has targeted include applications that are easily downloadable from the marketplace; seamless data communication between devices and systems; and minimizing distraction from attention to the patient. Dr. Wixon received his undergraduate cum laude and with Honors in physics and mathematics from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He completed medical school at Pennsylvania State University Hospital, his surgical residency at the University of Eastern North Carolina and his vascular surgery fellowship at the University of Arizona Medical Center. Prior to joining Savannah Vascular and Cardiac Institute, where is he President and Managing Member, Dr. Wixon was an Associate Professor of Vascular Surgery at the University of Utrecht, Netherlands. He currently is an Assistant Professor of Surgery and Radiology at Mercer University Medical School. Dr. Wixon served as the Medical Director of Cardiovascular Services, Chairman of Department of Cardiovascular Medicine and Surgery and was a member of the Board of Directors of Memorial Health University Medical Center from 2008-2014.

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