Combining her extensive computer skills and the knowledge she accumulated from years spent serving as a registered nurse, Breanna Bolley determined to figure out what problems produced negative patient-satisfaction scores at the urban hospital where she worked. To accomplish this, she developed software to measure patients’ experience in real time, before they left the hospital. The technology also forwarded information on low scores to the relevant departments. Recognizing the same challenges in other medical organizations, Breanna Bolley expanded the proprietary software’s capabilities, launching CODE Technology in 2011. The Phoenix-based firm administers surveys, assesses results, and generates meaningful reports, enabling hospitals and clinics to improve their levels of patient satisfaction.
Breanna Bolley serves as CEO of CODE Technology, where she oversees operations and growth strategies, including sales, marketing, and financial functions. She also serves as Clinical Outreach Coordinator of Engage Healthcare Solutions in Phoenix, Arizona, the brainchild of an accomplished team of healthcare professionals with expertise in operations, marketing, and business development. Focusing on Emergency Medical Services (paramedics) and receiving hospitals, the company analyzes routes and other data to create strategies for business development. With Breanna Bolley’s guidance, the firm also offers continuing education for Emergency Medical Technicians and registered nurses.
A member of 85 Broads Unlimited, LLC, a global organization of inspiring women who have acted as pioneers in their fields, Breanna Bolley supports the Arizona Technology Council and plays an active role in Arizona’s entrepreneurial community. Devoted to her family and her church, she attends Bible study weekly and practices yoga regularly to keep fit. Breanna Bolley also plays fantasy football and roots for the Washington Huskies. In philanthropic efforts, she assists orthopedic-implant group Sign Fracture Care International, a nonprofit organization, including orchestrating an October 2013 fundraiser.