Serial entrepreneur with a track record of successfully bringing cutting edge technology
products from inception to the market.
Chief Technology Officer
Close to 20 years of experience in technology innovation, design, development and leadership.
Chief Operating Officer
Experienced healthcare IT manager with 25+ years of excellent career records and managing business
operations and promoting organizational growth.
Ph.D.Chief Scientist, Data Analytics
Over 30 years experience in various aspects of communications spanning R&D, product development, and senior
technical management functions.
Dr. Amit Powar
MD, MHA, with over 15 years of experience in healthcare leadership and management.
Director, Software Development
Several years of experience in designing and developing software applications on all platforms.
Business administration major with a knack for creating rich marketing material. Social media expert and
experienced at forging consumer relations.
Dr. Gary Setnik
Mount Auburn Hospital, Cambridge, MA
Dr. Gary Setnik
Dr. Gary Setnik was born in Cleveland Ohio, and attended Shaker Heights public schools. He graduated from Miami University
in Oxford Ohio with a BA in liberal arts, and then attended Ohio State University College of Medicine. He completed
his training in medicine at the Boston City Hospital and his chief residency in at University Hospital Boston.
Dr. Setnik was one of the first physicians in Massachusetts to commit to career in Emergency Medicine. He played a major
role in the development of the new specialty in Boston and at Harvard Medical School. He was a founding member of the
Harvard Associated Emergency Medicine residency at Massachusetts General and Brigham and Womens Hospitals. He was of the
first examiners for the American Board of Emergency Medicine, and has been the Chair of the Department of Emergency
Medicine at Mount Auburn for the last 32 years. He built the EMS system in Cambridge and the surrounding communities,
and has been the medical director of the South Middlesex EMS Consortium since 1980. He is the medical director of Citra
Health, a national nurse telephone triage organization. His academic activities include multiple publications in the New
England Journal of Medicine dealing primarily with proper techniques in the performance of medical procedures. His other
major efforts have been directed at the training of medical students and residents in both medicine and emergency medicine.
He has received multiple awards in Emergency Medicine, EMS, and has been chosen four times for the clinical faculty
teaching award at Harvard Medical School.