Board of Advisors
Board of Advisors
Harry D. Fox
Harry has broad experience with information systems and over thirty years working in IT leadership roles. He has a strong background and a focus on cybersecurity, healthcare systems, and strategic architecture. He has extensive experience in eCommerce, large scale systems development, data warehousing and business analytics. Experience in emerging strategy for cloud, blockchain and big data.
Harry was the Executive Vice President, Chief Information Officer & Shared Services Executive at CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield from 2011 to mid-2018. CareFirst is a $9.0 billion not-for-profit health care company offering a comprehensive portfolio of health insurance products and administrative services to 3.2 million individuals and groups in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Northern Virginia.
From mid-2008-2011, Harry was the regional CIO for Kaiser Permanente’s Mid-Atlantic Region. Harry had overall accountability for all IT products and services delivered to the Mid-Atlantic region, including KP’s Electronic Medical Record System (EMR), EPIC.
From 1999 to Mid 2008, Harry was a VP of Information Technology at Coventry Health Care (now Aetna), a national managed health care company. His responsibilities included: all Internet, e-Commerce, EDI, Information Management, Data Warehousing and Business Reporting initiatives from strategy through implementation.
John Glaser Ph.D was the founding chair of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) and the Past-President of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS). Since 2015, John has been a senior executive with Cerner. He joined Cerner as a part of the Siemens Health Services acquisition, where he was Chief Executive Officer. John is focused on advancing Cerner’s strategies and thought leadership position in the industry.
Prior to Siemens, John was Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Partners HealthCare. He also previously served as Vice President of information systems at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He has been a Senior Advisor to the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC). He is the former Chair of the Global Agenda Council on Digital Health, World Economic Forum.
John is currently a member of the boards of InTouch Health, the American Telemedicine Association, the eHealth Initiative, PatientPing and the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).
Edward Marx has served as Chief Information Officer at Cleveland Clinic, a $10 billion medical system where he was responsible for the development and execution of IT strategic planning and governance, driving optimal resource utilization, and team development and organizational support. He was also responsible for developing leaders and leveraging digital healthcare technologies to enable superior business and clinical outcomes.
Prior to joining Cleveland Clinic, Edward served as Senior Vice President/ CIO of Texas Health Resources. In 2015, he spent over two years as Executive Vice President of the Advisory Board, providing IT leadership and strategy for New York City Health & Hospital.
Edward began his healthcare service as a janitor while in high school where his commitment to patient care began. He later served as an anesthesia technician before transitioning to the information technology field. Concurrent with his healthcare career, Edward served as an Army combat medic before becoming a combat engineer officer.
Shantanu is a veteran entrepreneur with a passion for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and patient wellness. His drive is fueled by a unique background that spans healthcare and the transformative AI technology that has changed the way complex problems are understood and solved today.
Shantanu is the Managing Partner of SeedToB, a venture capital and private equity firm focused on healthcare AI startups. Previously, he was the Co-Founder and CEO of Jvion, a leading healthcare AI company that offers a range of clinical AI applications that prevent avoidable harm, optimize utilization, and improve health outcomes. Founded on top of a unique eigen vector based clustering math, Jvion was instrumental in defining Prescriptive Analytics market segment in clinical space. Jvion was rated by KLAS as the #1 Clinical AI company in the country both in terms of number of clients served as well as revenue.
Shantanu’s career path started in the late 90s when he founded an AI company that was shifting search algorithms from keyword-based to intent driven through the use of Eigenspace. Shantanu moved into Accenture’s Healthcare practice where he helped bring to market some of Accenture’s most innovative and leading-edge offerings. Shantanu earned his Bachelor of Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in India.
Marc Probst is the former CIO of Intermountain Healthcare, a not-for-profit health system based in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Marc has been involved with information technology and healthcare services for over 35 years. Prior to Intermountain, he was a partner with two large professional service organizations and served 7 years on the Federal Healthcare Information Technology Policy Committee assisting in developing HIT Policy for the U.S. Government.
In early 2020, the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) jointly recognized Probst as ‘CIO of the Year’. Marc has also been a board member of numerous healthcare information technology organizations and served as the board chair for the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives. He currently serves on several HIT company boards and is a board member of Nemours Children’s Hospitals.