Paul Bradley


Paul Bradley is Vice President of Technology at AbleVets, responsible for the company’s technology vision and strategy, including how AbleVets applies, standardizes, innovates and scales its core capabilities and demonstrates its differentiated technology value to the market. Mr. Bradley also serves as a technology thought leader and advisor to clients on how to achieve their mission needs with the right technology and solutions. Bradley is a computer electronics engineer and technology executive with over 20 years experience in the fields of healthcare IT, data analytics, cybersecurity, electronic design automation, automated testing, data communications and embedded systems. He possesses specialized expertise in program management, operations management and business development.

Bradley previously worked at PwC/Guidehouse where he managed a series of innovative Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) IT initiatives. Notably, he developed and led VA’s “Perceptive Reach” suicide prevention project, an open source system utilizing predictive analytics, secure messaging and a clinical informatics web dashboard to help identify and treat Veterans at increased risk of suicide. Bradley also oversaw multiple efforts to develop open source automated verification systems for VA applications, such as VistA and the VBA’s Stakeholder Enterprise Portal; served as project manager and system architect for the VA’s Suicide Database Repository project; and acted as a system verification subject matter expert and test development manager on the Blue Button Medical Imaging project.

Prior to PwC/Guidehouse, Bradley was Chief Technology Officer at Tiger’s Lair Inc, where he led R&D efforts to develop hardware-based, anti-tampering Intellectual Property (IP) and served as principal investigator on two cybersecurity research programs. His background also includes stints as Chief Technology Officer, Vice President of Engineering and Technology Director at several successful early-stage, high-tech companies in the Boston area.