Dr. Maulik Majmudar is a practicing cardiologist and Associate Director of the Healthcare Transformation Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital; and an Instructor at Harvard Medical School. He lectures at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in areas of healthcare innovation & entrepreneurship, as well as medical device design and development. Dr. Majmudar started his career as a medical student at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, completed resident training in Internal Medicine at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, and followed by a fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital at Harvard Medical School. You can follow him on Twitter: @mdmajmudar
Dr. Adam Landman is an emergency physician and Chief Medical Information Officer at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH). Dr. Landman holds degrees in information systems and health care policy from Carnegie Mellon University and a medical degree from UMDNJ – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. After medical school, he trained in emergency medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles, and completed the RWJ Foundation Clinical Scholars fellowship in health services research, where he worked on qualitative and quantitative studies on the adoption of health information technology (HIT) in the emergency department (ED) and prehospital settings.
Timothy Aungst, PharmD, is an assistant professor of pharmacy practice at MCPHS University. He graduated from Wilkes University Nesbitt School of Pharmacy and completed a PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at St. Luke’s University Hospital, and then a Clinical Geriatric Fellowship at MCPHS University. He is passionate about the rise of technology in health care and its application to pharmacy. He has published primarily on the role of mobile technology and mHealth, and made multiple national and international presentations on those topics. He blogs at TheDigitalApothecary.com, and you can find him on Twitter @TDAungst.
Dr. Adam B. Cohen, a Michigan native, is a neurologist & neuro-ophthalmologist at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, where he is the Neurology Inpatient Medical Director and TeleNeurology Co-Director. He focuses on process innovation, digital health, and improving the efficiency of specialty health care delivery.
Dr. Ayesha Khalid is a practicing ENT surgeon at Harvard Medical School with an MBA in Global Leadership and Innovation from the MIT Sloan School of Management. Ayesha serves on several boards for medical organizations and is currently on the board of the American Academy of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery. Ayesha has experience with consulting for private equity firms to evaluate business opportunities in the health IT and medical practice management. She served as Vice-President of Business Development of a digital health start-up out of Johns Hopkins, Doctella. Ayesha is the Clinician Director for CBIT at the Yale School of Medicine and is curating early stage health IT startups. She lectures at the Yale School of Management on creating healthcare ventures. You can follow Ayesha on Twitter at @ayeshakhalidmd
Dr. John Torous is a clinical fellow and senior resident in psychiatry at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts who has a background in electrical engineering and computer sciences. He is chair of the American Psychiatric Association’s work group on smartphone apps and has also developed his own smartphone apps for clinical psychiatric research. He has published numerous papers on smartphone apps and app evaluation, and his work has been featured in Scientific American and Nature News. He is editor in chief of JMIR Mental Health, the leading journal for mental health and technology, and co-chair the Massachusetts Psychiatric Society’s health information technology committee. Follow Dr. Torous on Twitter: @JohnTorousMD
Advisors/ Team Members
Adam C. Powell, Ph.D. is President of Payer+Provider Syndicate, a management advisory and operational consulting firm focused on the managed care and healthcare delivery industries. A healthcare economist and published author, Dr. Powell’s specialty as a consultant is using quantitative techniques to examine issues concerning technology, operations, and firm decision making. His peer-reviewed research has focused on improving healthcare quality in mHealth and in high-cost areas of medicine. He additionally is known for his expertise in global health informatics, and has lectured extensively in China and India. Dr. Powell holds a Doctorate and Master’s degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he studied Health Care Management and Economics. He also holds Bachelor’s degrees in Management Science and Writing from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.