Bryan is currently focused on helping organizations of all sizes and structures who are fundamentally changing health and health care.
Most recently, Bryan was the Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, where his job was to bring new ideas and perspectives to the work of the Foundation, and challenge the existing processes and assumptions that are in place to help build a Culture of Health more effectively.
For three years starting in 2012, Bryan was the Chief Technology Officer for the US Department of Health and Human Services, focusing on leveraging the power of technology, data, and culture change to fundamentally shift the health and human services ecosystems. Among other things, Bryan founded the HHS IDEA Lab, focused on driving concepts of innovation through government.
Prior to HHS, Bryan worked for Governor Martin O’Malley in Maryland as the country’s first public sector Chief Innovation Officer. Together, they focused on embedding the concepts of organizational innovation into the DNA of state government in order to accelerate progress on the Governor’s 15 strategic goals.
Bryan's work in the public sector started in 2009, as the Chief Information Officer/Chief Technology Officer for the District of Columbia under Mayor Adrian Fenty. They created a technology infrastructure that enhanced communication between the District’s residents and their government, and implemented organizational reforms that improved efficiency, program controls, and customer service.
In 1997, Bryan co-founded an enterprise software company called InQuira. Its mission was to use technology to help connect people in real-time to the information they needed from the Global Fortune 1000 organizations they were interacting with. InQuira was acquired in 2012 by Oracle.