Chris is on the Board of and the acting CFO at WiserCare. He is also part of the Venture Partner Network at FirstMark Capital, an early stage venture capital firm based in New York City. He also serves on the board of directors for NewsCred, IgnitionOne and The Kitchen in addition to being on the Executive Producers Council at the Center for the Art of Performance UCLA.
Ram is responsible for engineering and product development at WiserCare. Ram comes to the company from Predixion Software, where he was senior director, with a focus on product development as well as customer and partner experience. At Predixion Ram and his team created the Solution Accelerator which significantly helped speed up delivery of predictive solutions to customers.
Jared is deeply committed to developing and delivering improvements to our care and the way it is delivered. At WiserCare, he is responsible for all business operations and key elements of product management in order to grow the business and deliver the full potential of WiserCare products to our customers.
Ted is co-founder and Executive Chairman of WiserCare. He helped Dr. Saigal turn WiserCare from a significant research project into a company for two reasons: (1) to elevate shared decision making into routine practice, as one of the few interventions with the potential to be a win for patients, doctors, provider organizations, payers and life sciences companies; and (2) to make it work for doctors, Dr. Saigal created the key to unlock shared decision making at scale.
Tom has spent his 30+ years entirely in enterprise health IT and technologies where he has combined his passion for solving customer and patient problems through new and interesting technologies while growing his businesses.
Arul is a practicing Internal Medicine physician with extensive research, quality improvement and clinical experience. He completed Internal Medicine residency at the University of California, San Francisco, where he also went to medical school and graduated with honors.
Daniel Castillo is the Chief Medical Officer at Matrix Medical Network, a national network of clinicians who engage with patients in their homes as well as community-based clinics and mobile offices. Dr. Castillo is an experienced healthcare leader with expertise in system design, integrated delivery, measurement and competitive strategy for physician services and population health optimization. Dr. Castillo has a strong track record of cultivating innovation, optimizing patient care services and facilitating integration to excel in a changing healthcare environment.
Gordon Hunt most recently served as the Chief Medical Officer of Sutter Health. He joined Sutter Health in 1994 as vice president for medical affairs and became chief medical officer for Sutter’s Sacramento area in 1995. Two years later, he became chief medical officer for the health system.
Eric is the co-founder and Managing Partner of Abundant Venture Partners, a purpose-based incubator focused on improving the human condition by creating companies that improve Human Wellness, Human Performance and Human Engagement. Eric is also the founder and CEO of AVIA, the nation’s leading healthcare innovation network.
Chris Saigal is a Professor of Urology and Vice-Chairman of the Department of Urology at the UCLA School of Medicine with a clinical practice at UCLA's state-of-the-art hospital in Westwood, the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
Sharon Stevenson has over 14 years' venture capital experience in all sectors of health care, with a focus on early stage investing. She has held senior operating roles in several early stage companies. Prior to her entrepreneurial/venture capital career, she spent 12 years in academic research positions.
David served as WiserCare's first commercial CEO, and now serves as Vice President of Digital Innovation at Providence Health and Services in Seattle. David came to WiserCare from Zynx Health, where he was the executive vice president and chief operating officer, with a focus on revenue and commercial operations. Zynx is a leader in the market for clinical decision support.
Professor V. “Seenu” Srinivasan received his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (Chennai), and was the gold medalist in his graduating class. He worked for two years as a production-planning engineer at Larsen and Toubro, Mumbai prior to joining Carnegie-Mellon University where he received his MS and PhD in Industrial Administration.
As a fellow, Dr. Penson studied clinical epidemiology and health services research at Yale University, obtaining a Masters in Public Health. Upon the completion of his fellowship, Dr. Penson joined the faculty of the University Of Washington School Of Medicine and was appointed affiliate investigator at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.