BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Terry R. Knapp, MD
Dr. Knapp, is a Stanford-trained, U.S. board-certified surgeon with a 40-year history of multinational care delivery. He is an accomplished medical device and medical services entrepreneur and corporate executive, co-founder of Collagen Corporation, and several other private and public companies, and has served in numerous executive roles and Board of Director positions. He has authored 15 U.S.-issued and many foreign patents in the field of medical devices and medical information technology, and has written numerous peer-reviewed medical publications, editorials and book chapters. He is former CEO of a publicly traded, diverse medical device and information technology company and was a founding member of the Board of the Bard Center for Entrepreneurship Development at the University of Colorado, Denver.
Mark Winter, MBA
Mr. Winter is CEO of CareSpan. He has over thirty years of management experience in high technology, information services and health informatics for both private and public companies. He previously served as the executive Prize Lead for the XPRIZE Foundation and managed both the Nokia Sensing XCHALLENGE and Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE which are focused on catalyzing innovation in health sensing and diagnostic systems for consumers. He previously founded and served as Executive Vice President of Gluco Fitness Center, Inc. which offers wireless blood glucose and physiological monitoring of people with diabetes as part of an integrated exercise, diet and education program. As CEO of Simulis LLC he led the development of advanced clinical skills simulation-based training and assessment services that help large healthcare systems verify that their personnel follow evidence-based care practices and can safely operate medical devices. Mark has extensive knowledge of biosensors, interpretive medical devices, electronic medical record systems and consumer health portals and has spoken at numerous conferences on innovations in mobile health. Mark holds a MBA from Pepperdine University and has a BFA in Communications from Art Center College of Design (with Honors).
James B. McCarthy, MBA, JD
Mr. McCarthy received his B.A. from the University of Notre Dame; J.D. from the Loyola University School of Law; and M.B.A. from the Keller Graduate School of Management. He is a co-founder of Magellan Global Health and currently serves as CEO of Gemini Consulting Group, Chicago, developing and administering hospitals and clinics in the U.S. and internationally. He also serves on the Board of Directors of E-P Therapeutics, Inc., Ridgefield, Connecticut and is a member of the Board of Trustees of the University of San Diego, San Diego, California. Mr.McCarthy previously served on the Board of Directors of Wintrust Financial Corporation (WTFC, NASDAQ) Lake Forest, Illinois, Hinsdale Bank and Trust Company, Hinsdale, Illinois, Protein Polymer Technologies, Inc. (PPTI) San Diego, California, JMAR Technologies, Inc. (JMAR) San Diego, California, StemCyte, Inc., Covina, California and Sirigen Group Ltd., London, England.
Rembert de Villa is Executive Vice President of EXL Service Holdings, and Global Business Head of EXL Healthcare. He is responsible for driving growth and profitability of EXL’s Healthcare business. He oversees client management, business development, operations, product/service offering development, and capability/talent development globally. He has held various executive roles at EXL, including Chief Strategy Officer and Global Head of Transformation Services, which included executive leadership of the Analytics and Consulting businesses. Prior to joining EXL in 2008, Rembert spent over 25 years in management consulting, primarily in the financial services industry. He held executive leadership roles at MasterCard Advisors, Capgemini Ernst & Young, A.T. Kearney, and Andersen Consulting (now Accenture). Rembert completed Columbia University’s Senior Executive Program, and attended the postgraduate program in Business Economics at the University of Bonn as a Konrad Adenauer Foundation scholar. He holds an MBA from the Asian Institute of Management. Rembert is Co-Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Philippine-American Chamber of Commerce in New York.
David Moss, MBA
Mr. Moss received his MBA from Rice University and a B.A. in Economics from the University of CA, San Diego. He was the Business Development Director for the BCM Technologies, Inc. (Baylor College of Medicine) portfolio companies, and a former Managing Partner at a Seattle-based venture capital firm, The Phoenix Partners, where he ran their healthcare portfolio. Currently, Mr. Moss serves as a Director of Pegasi Energy Resources Corporation, and a Director of Sorteo Games Ltd.
Holger Micheel-Sprenger, MBA
Holger Micheel Sprenger, is a Partner and CFO of ICME, a leading management consulting firm with a European outlook and philosophy. Within the last 15 years of experience of consulting in the healthcare sector, Holger has been representing senior management positions in leading German healthcare companies. He also is the Managing Director of ICME Healthcare GmbH. His management skills and expertise includes corporate strategies, interdisciplinary project management, process management and technical management of hospitals. He has held Director level positions in a number of medical industry companies and also served as a Managing Director of a 600-bed hospital. He has been involved in consulting programs at various hospitals around the world regarding, organization and efficiency improvements. Holger established and directs consulting services within ICME at a regional and global level.