Bob Robke, vice president, Cerner Network, oversees the implementation and support of Cerner’s connectivity services, including interoperability services, health information exchange and personal health records. Robke began his career with Cerner in 1990, serving in a number of different technical roles before leaving Cerner as a project executive in 1999. During his Cerner tenure, he was an engineer responsible for system and product development. As a project executive, he was the primary manager of relationships with several integrated delivery networks installing Cerner solutions. After leaving Cerner, Robke served as the project director for Michiana Health Information Network (MHIN) in South Bend, Ind., from 2000 to 2006. MHIN is recognized nationally as one of a handful of operating health information exchanges. Prior to MHIN, Robke was an independent consultant, providing health care information technology consulting services to health systems, including project management and technical project management. He rejoined Cerner in 2007. Robke received a bachelor‘s degree from Emporia State University.