In his role as senior vice president of product strategy and innovation, Martin combines his unique background in both medicine and operational engineering to provide valuable subject matter expertise related to clinical-supply integration. Prior to joining the company, Martin was senior vice president for MedAssets’ clinical operations consulting segment.
His wealth of experience also includes practicing as an emergency medicine physician at Northwestern Memorial Hospital where he served first as the clinical operations director and then as vice chair of clinical operations.
Lucenti has served in the National Guard since completing his undergraduate studies. He has been deployed three times to Iraq – the last two times working in the ER at the 10th Combat Support Hospital in Baghdad. He was also deployed to Afghanistan where he worked in the ER at the Combat Support Hospital in Bagram and as the brigade surgeon for the 86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team. Lucenti continues to serve in the Vermont Army National Guard where he is currently the acting state surgeon.
Lucenti holds a bachelor of science degree in systems engineering and computer science from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia. He completed the Medical Scholars Program at the University of Illinois in Champaign, Illinois where he earned both his doctor of medicine degree and doctorate of philosophy in industrial engineering. He completed his emergency medicine residency at Harvard Medical School where he served as chief resident.