Robert Collins
Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Robert is a talented business and information technology leader who has 26+ years of leadership experience, 20,000 hours of project management, and has managed over $300 million in projects and assets. Robert’s achievements include growing and managing successful businesses, implementing large scale technology projects, clinical transformation, strategic planning, technology planning, contract negotiation, information security, leadership, and team building.

Robert understands that leveraging technology for business growth, regulatory compliance, and business maintenance can be a daunting task. He says, “Our clients are business, healthcare, or government professionals who are the best in their respective fields. Our services and products allow them to focus on their clients, patients, or citizens and not on the technology. Our job is to make our clients successful; we do this by understanding their every-day challenges and future goals, and staying plugged in to their industry. We are not your traditional technology company. We are much more. We are our client’s information technology team. We assist with vision, strategy, compliance, and support.”

Robert has served on the Georgia HIMSS Board of Directors and various health information technology special interest groups including: Regional Health Information Exchanges, Electronic Health Records, and Computerized Provider Order Entry. He serves on the Computer Sciences Advisory Board at Georgia Southwestern State University, is the Board Chair of Lee County Family Connections, is actively engaged with GeorgiaFIRSTRobotics and is a member of the Kiwanis club of Dougherty County.

He is a United States Air Force veteran and native of Sylvester, Georgia. Robert holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Georgia Southwestern State University.  Before founding NEOS Technologies in 2003, Robert served the health care industry as a Chief Information Officer for large and small health systems.  He lives in Leesburg with his wife and 2 sons.