We create engagement solutions that patients and providers love.


Chief Executive Officer

Tom completed an undergraduate degree in mathematics and computer science and worked as an applications programmer before medical school. He completed his residency at Northwestern and is board certified in emergency medicine and clinical informatics. He is the ED chairperson and PX medical director for a Chicago-area health care system .

Tom has a passion for improving safety and satisfaction while cutting costs in a responsible and patient-focused manner.  While President of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine he collaborated on a Joint Position on a Code of Professional Conduct with the ENA. His papers, The Seven Pillars of Emergency Medicine Excellence (2007) and The Calculus of Patient Satisfaction (2012), were published by Medscape.

Tom designed the  first computerized emergency department patient callback system in 1996 for a high-volume, community hospital.  His design models are praised by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Urgent Matters.

Chief Operating Officer
PJ is a healthcare strategist and operations expert specializing in hospital-payer relationships. He holds a master’s degree in TQM. PJ is an excellent communicator and adept at identifying and solving problems in a creative, constructive, and team-oriented manner. He is well characterized as having intense energy, precision with detail and exceeding expectations.
Chief Information Officer
Mohan holds a information technology master’s degree . He is an software architect and database administrator. Formerly, Mohan was VP of Healthcare Technology at Syntel, (Nasdaq:SYNT) a leading global provider of integrated information technology and knowledge process services.
VP Business Development
Rob enjoys the front lines of sales, marketing, and business development. He holds a Mechanical Engineering degree and an MBA from Kellogg. He helps companies with their go-to-market strategies. Rob's expertise in patient engagement and the economic impact to hospitals struggling to effectively manage cases through the continuum of care.