Our leaders are a passionate and experienced group of individuals who are dedicated to improving the homecare industry:
Keith R. Crownover
President and CEO
Keith Crownover has over 33 years of experience in home health, hospice, and private duty information technology. He was an active participant in four key industry projects: 2012 State of the Industry Study, 2011 Delta Study to Reduce Hospitalizations, 2010 Delta National Excellence in Therapy Project, and 2009 Delta OASIS-C Best Practices Project.
In his role as President and CEO, Keith is responsible for all facets of the business, including sales, marketing, product development, quality assurance, implementation and customer service.
Born in Williamsburg, Pennsylvania, he has undergraduate degrees in both Computer Science and Human Resources Management and a master’s degree in Business Administration.
Keith began his career with Delta in the Computer Operations department in 1982.
Since that time, he has held a number of different positions with the company in implementation, support, sales and sales management. Keith’s extensive experience in the healthcare industry is a substantial asset to Delta and the customers it serves.
Keith’s memberships in technology and industry panels emphasize his commitment to partnerships between industry and research. He is an At Large Member of the Visiting Nurses Association of America (VNAA) Board, a member of the National Association for Home Care & Hospice, Home Care Technology Association of America, National Association of Home Care & Hospice Finance and Annual Meeting committees, Home Care & Hospice Financial Managers Association Member Advisory Board as well as the Home Care & Hospice LINK Advisory Board.
As Chief Operating Officer, Bryan Binduga is responsible for enhancing the internal organization processes and infrastructure that will allow Delta to continue to grow. He has been active in all aspects of the Healthcare IT business for over 19 years and has expertise in the consulting, support and information technology fields.
The company was originally founded in 1968 as Delta Computer Systems, Inc. and began providing information technology solutions to the home health industry in 1974. Delta Computer Systems, Inc. partnered with, and then was acquired by Shared Medical Systems Corp., which was in turn acquired by Siemens AG in July 2000.
In January 2006, the leadership team that pioneered home care technology 32 years ago acquired Delta from Siemens. Bryan was part of this team, which recommitted to setting the global industry standard for the automation of all care provided in the home.
Bryan began his career with Delta in 1993 in the Customer Support department. Since that time, he has held a number of positions with the company and was instrumental in the development and subsequent roll-out of both a Physician Practice Management and Home Health solution from inception through general availability. He has also managed hospital, physician, and home health consulting businesses.
Born in Altoona, Pennsylvania, Bryan holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering.