About HealthFortis Associates

HealthFortis Associates Team

The HealthFortis team includes executives with extensive experience in high-tech innovation, combining more than 50 years of healthcare software and services focus.

Kang Wang


As founder of HealthFortis, Kang brings deep experience, vision, and successful execution to the development of healthcare provider solutions. Prior to founding HealthFortis, Kang was the Senior VP, R&D / CTO of AMICAS, a NASDAQ Medical Imaging and technology company providing leading edge radiology imaging solutions. Under his leadership, AMICAS streamlined software engineering processes and developed industry-acclaimed RIS, PACS, financial, and data mining products. Kang was a founding member of W3Health Corp, a web-based healthcare software system vendor, where he led the development team and developed the system’s architecture. Prior to W3Health, Kang was an instructor at Harvard Medical School, where his team designed the first web-based, real-time intensive care patient monitoring system and developed a secure system for sharing electronic medical records across multiple healthcare facilities.

Lansdale Redmond

Vice-President, Engineering and Client Services

Lans leads the HealthFortis Engineering and Quality Assurance teams to deliver the highest quality software products and services available on the market to our clients. Lans brings over 20 years experience designing and developing enterprise level software applications in both retail and healthcare environments. In his previous position, Lans was the Director of Engineering at Merge Healthcare, where he lead the engineering teams for the Radiology Information System, Financial Billings, and Dashboard Data Mining products. In this role, he added Meaningful Use to the RIS for Stage 1 certification, ensuring seamless integration across product lines. In Lans’ role at HealthfFortis, he is also responsible for all HealthFortis real-time integrations across client platforms including EMR systems, RIS systems and numerous department order entry systems such as the ED and physician portals, ensuring bi-directional product communication for comprehensive information exchange between all disparate systems.