|University of Iowa||1992|
|Music, Anthropology, Computer Science|
Jay Bartot is the SVP, Technology at Alliance Health Networks.
As Alliance Health’s Senior Vice President of Technology, Mr. Bartot leads the company’s technology initiatives, including its web, mobile and knowledge engine development.
Prior to joining Alliance Health, Mr. Bartot was Co - Founder of Medify, a medical search and text mining company acquired by Alliance Health in May, 2012.
In 2003, Mr. Bartot joined University of Washington Computer Science Professor, Oren Etzioni, at the inception of Farecast, where he co-developed an early prototype of the predictive technology underlying Farecast’s suite of technologies. Farecast was acquired by Microsoft in 2008 and became the travel channel for Bing.com, Microsoft’s search portal.
In the mid-1990s Jay joined Netbot, a startup out of the University of Washington computer science department, which built the Internet’s first consumer comparison shopping tool. Netbot was acquired by Excite in 1997, and Mr. Bartot was brought on as a Senior Software Engineer and later as Engineering Manager.
After leaving Excite, Jay co-founded AdRelevance, the first technology-driven online advertising measurement service (now owned by Nielsen/NetRatings), where he was VP of Engineering and later Chief Technology Officer.
Mr. Bartot studied computer science and music at the University of Iowa.