Our Team

Margie M.K. Hlava
Educated as a botanist and trained by NASA as an information engineer, Marjorie (Margie) Hlava's research interests center on speeding the human processes in knowledge management through productivity enhancements. She developed the Data Harmony software suite specifically to increase accuracy and consistency while streamlining semantic enrichment of information. The most recent innovation is applying this system to medical claims compliance with Access Integrity. Margie’s work has been acknowledged through numerous awards throughout her career, including ASIS&T’s Watson Davis award, the SLA President’s Award, recognition as an SLA Fellow, and as an Albuquerque Business First Woman of Influence for Technology. She was awarded the Miles Conrad lectureship for NFAIS and received the ASIS&T Award of Merit.
Jay Ven Eman
Chief Executive Officer
Jay Ven Eman, Ph.D., joined Access Innovations in December, 1978. He holds a B. A. in Finance from the University of Washington in Seattle, an M.B.A. from the University of New Mexico, and a doctorate in business from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He uses his dissertation topic of Long Range Planning and Organizational Effectiveness in Hospitals to good advantage at Access. As Chief Executive Officer, he has contributed to every aspect of the business. He guides the administration, sales, marketing and strategic planning departments. He conducts workshops, consults, and advises on building large scale, complex, information rich databases. A past president of ASIDIC, Jay is a popular speaker and has given many presentations, workshops and seminars on ontologies, topic maps, database development, legacy file conversions, SGML, HTML, XML, ROI for information system investments, and other related topics.
Daryl Loomis
Business Analyst
Daryl Loomis works in marketing and business development at Access Innovations and oversees the day to day operations of Access Integrity. He received his bachelor’s degree from St. Johns College in Santa Fe, New Mexico, studying everything from Plato to Einstein. Post-college, he spent a number of years writing film reviews and serving as the head writer of a nationally syndicated training program. Coming to work at Access, he cut his teeth in the marketing arena on graphic design and messaging, until his skill set was adapted to include semantic enrichment projects, project oversight, and customer and technical support. His interests include film, writing, and his twin cats.
Gena San Nicolas
Semantic Analyst
Gena San Nicolas earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from the University of New Mexico, and her Professional Science Master’s Degree in Biology from Illinois Institute of Technology. Her projects as a student researcher included investigating Sin Nombre Virus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Diabetes, and Gulf War Veterans’ Illnesses. Her work as a Regulatory Coordinator in Clinical Oncology included preparation, submission, and approval of an Investigational New Drug Application with the Food and Drug Administration, as well as managing the majority of investigator-initiated trials at the UNM Cancer Center. Gena is the Project Manager for the Access Integrity NLP engine, ensuring that the engine returns relevant ICD-10, CPT®, and HCPCS billing codes. She is Lead Taxonomist for the TaxoGene NLP engine, which identifies gene information in scientific text.
Jeffrey Gordon
Lead Developer
Jeffrey Gordon holds bachelor’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mathematics and a master’s degree in Computer Engineering. Jeffrey is working to finish his PhD dissertation [get title from Jeffrey]. He has worked for the University of New Mexico, Sandia National Laboratories, and the Air Force Research Lab in numerical analysis and scientific visualization. As a software engineer at Access Innovations, his research and professional interests involve finding and utilizing patterns in complicated data sets.
Daniel Vasicek
Computational Linguist
Daniel Vasicek joins the Access Integrity team as a computational Linguist after spending more than 25 years as a geophysicist for British Petroleum. Daniel received his bachelor’s and master’s in engineering from Purdue University, before earning his doctorate in aerospace engineering sciences from the University of Colorado. His background in using statistics and probability measures provide an unique counterpoint to the Data Harmony methods, challenging the team to seek our new and innovative solutions. He maintains his professional affiliations in the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, the Professional Engineers of Colorado, and the Oklahoma Society of Professional Engineers.
Mary Garcia
Technical Support Specialist