Eric Hamrock, MBA
Co-Founder & CEO
Eric is a healthcare administrator with over 10 years of experience in operational leadership, performance improvement, and project management. Eric is a Certiﬁed Lean Sigma Black Belt with a track record of implementing initiatives focused on operational and ﬁnancial performance in the healthcare industry with measurable results.
Scott Levin, PhD
Co-Founder & CTO
Scott has a background in biomedical engineering and is an Associate Professor and Associate Director for Research in Emergency Medicine in the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) School of Medicine. He’s also the Director for Systems in the Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare housed in the JHU Whiting School of Engineering. His work is focused on the development of systems engineering tools to improve the value of healthcare delivery and medical decision-making.
Jeremiah Hinson, MD PhD
Chief Medical Officer
Jeremiah is a board-certified emergency physician who practices at Johns Hopkins, where he also serves as Assistant Director for Research in the Department of Emergency Medicine. He has advanced training in translational research and is interested in the development and dissemination of data-driven decision support tools that improve outcomes for patients and healthcare organizations.
Software & IT
Matt is a software engineer with 14 years of experience in the health information technology (HIT) sector. He is the lead architect on a number of software applications that leverages large-scale health data and translates models to practice. Matt has extensive experience in EHR building and integration, health information security, and database design and architecture.
Software & IT
Brad brings skills in software engineering, systems architecture, network sustainment, and prototyping. A large body of his experience is in developing and scaling web-applications including both SOAP and RESTful web services. Brad also brings a rich understanding of SQL based back-ends and big data warehousing and implementation.
Novel machine learning methods combined with care team judgment provide new foresight, enabling innovative hospital care delivery models.