mTuitive Logo mTuitive, Inc. develops data capture and synoptic reporting software to assist health care professionals in recording clinical findings and maintaining compliance with established protocols and guidelines.

Our unique method of capturing structured information provides valuable data for pathology, surgery, oncology and cancer staging applications. Our products allow the clinical decision maker to conveniently receive alerts and reference materials directly at the point of care. mTuitive solutions improve care to the patient through quality assurance and error reduction while standardizing and automating manual reporting processes, reducing both time and labor costs.

How does mTuitive do this?

mTuitive takes real world knowledge and creates products that clinical decision makers may use. Product development starts with a best practice or established guideline that was developed by a professional society or teaching institution. That protocol is integrated into a computerized template that is stored with correlating clinical knowledge. This information is available within the software product, which may be accessed by everyday users on their workstations. The user follows the established guidelines in the software and inputs patient data electronically. Results data may be collected in an mTuitive repository for future analysis. The end result greatly simplifies the process of entering clinical findings and uniquely provides correlating established protocols and reference materials right at the clinical decision maker's fingertips. By allowing for this immediate connection to established guidelines, better clinical decisions that benefit both the patient and the caregiver result along with improved efficiency for the institution.

Established in 2003, mTuitive, Inc. is based in Massachusetts. With over 100 hospital and surgery center clients worldwide, mTuitive has become a leader in providing structured data solutions to healthcare organizations.

mTuitive Team

Management

John Murphy

CEO

John Murphy is a partner in Clarence Ventures, an early stage fund focused on start-up technology companies. In this role, he has been actively involved in launching seven new companies. John is an accountant and financial manager by training and experience. Immediately prior to his involvement with Clarence, he was a senior executive and member of the Board of Directors of Software 2000, Inc. (Infinium Software), now a part of SSA Global. John held the positions of Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of Sales Operations and Managing Director of an independent business unit. Prior to Software 2000, he spent fifteen years in healthcare administration and financial management. John has an undergraduate degree from Babson College and a Masters degree from Western New England College, both in Business Administration. He has taught courses in healthcare and financial management at the graduate level at Lesley College and Western New England College. He currently sits on the boards of five private companies and several charitable organizations.

Mike Valentine

VP of North American Sales

Mike Valentine joined the mTuitive team in the fall of 2004. He graduated from Brown University in 1991 with a double business major and worked as a sales representative with Merck & Co. He quickly climbed the corporate ladder at Merck, developing his skills in marketing and management. After leaving Merck, Mr. Valentine gave into his entrepreneurial spirit and founded a successful business on Cape Cod, which he operated for 10 years. His vast experience in all aspects of business is essential to mTuitive's developmental objectives.

Colin W. Murphy

VP of Business Development

Colin brings an extensive background in product management, business development and marketing to the mTuitive family. Colin earned a B.A. in Economics and Accounting from Claremont McKenna College. He began his career as a Venture Capital Analyst for San Francisco's Pinnacle Partners, Inc. before founding his own equity investment hedge fund, specializing in biotechnology and Internet communications. He joined startup software firm Obongo as a Business Development and Product Marketing Manager where he helped to grow them to over 100 employees and sell the company to AOL Time Warner. At AOL, Colin managed multiple products for the AOL and Netscape brands.

Mark B. Law, BS, MS, MA, PhD

VP of Human Factors

Dr. Law has a technical background in computer science and holds three advanced degrees in experimental psychology and human factors psychology, an applied field of psychology concerned with the user-centered design of human-machine interfaces. Dr. Law is a member of the American Psychological Society and the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society and has published research articles in several scientific journals. He has consulted for Fortune 500 firms on the design of client-server applications for the various enterprises. He also has extensive experience designing and implementing web-based data enabled solutions, and has co-founded a company that markets one of these solutions to universities around the world. His recent projects have focused on the design and development of mobile solutions for computerized maintenance management systems based on service-oriented architectures comprised of XML Web Services. Dr. Law earned his degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Washington University.

Peter E. O'Toole

VP of Engineering

Peter O'Toole leads engineering and product development. At mTuitive, O'Toole designed and developed the mTuitive Agile Author, a visual tool that lets medical experts encode their knowledge as data and rules. He works closely with MDs to turn their knowledge into applications using mTuitive's unique tools and platform. He is mTuitive's technical and subject matter liaison to Cancer Care Ontario as well as other standards groups and professional societies. Presently, O'Toole is leading development of a new operative reporting product, including a port of mTuitive's core technology to a web-based solution using Microsoft Silverlight. He has previous experience in development, technical writing, and product marketing during stints at Cognitive Arts, eObject, and SilverStream Software. O'Toole holds a bachelor of arts from Brown University.

John J. Everson

VP of Support & Services

John Everson heads the professional services and customer support at mTuitive. With over 20 years of experience, his professional background includes large-scale mobile implementations, professional services, customer support management, and technical sales. John's previous leadership roles include management positions at companies such as Jostens Learning, Infinium Software and Akula Software, a mobile applications provider.

Jean Baumflek

Director of Development for Quality Products

Jean has been a software professional for more than two decades. For the last several years, her focus has been on providing solutions for healthcare providers, from EMR development to billing and other financial concerns to her current involvement with mTuitive and its focus on the pathology laboratory. In particular, Jean is responsible for all technical aspects of the mTuitive Quality Suite. She has a MSc. degree in computer science from UMass Amherst and a bachelor of arts from Smith College.

Christopher Eldredge

Director of Surgical Services

Christopher Eldredge is an early stage investor at mTuitive because of his shared belief in the goals of mTuitive. He attended Florida International University in Miami Florida with a focus on International Business. His early investments have allowed him to follow many dreams including sales and marketing development for a large ski company, Peter Glenn Ski and Sports, as well as assisting with importing yachts both located in Ft. Lauderdale, to owning and operating a stone masonry company for many years in Key Largo and on Cape Cod. His passion for people has led him to working for mTuitive and starting OpNote. His previous experiences in leadership and organization have helped bring OpNote to life and his passion of creating better patient experiences are present in all aspects of his job. He works directly with doctors and administrators at hospitals and surgery centers to achieve quality reporting that is lacking at institutions.

Peter Mello

Senior Software Developer

Peter Mello assumes many roles in development and integration at mTuitive. Peter designed and implemented the data structure and Web API for xPert (Pathology). He also has designed and implemented the company’s first SMART-on-FHIR integration for the OpNote product. Presently, Peter is leading development of a specimen tracking product that was brought onboard through the acquisition of AccuCore. He has previous experience in development, desktop support, and network administration while working at Scudder, Stevens and Clark, Serono Laboratories, John Hancock and BizTech Solutions. Mello holds a bachelor of arts from the University of Massachusetts.

Kerri Petzke

Pathology Knowledge Engineer

Kerri attended the University of Georgia before becoming a Resource Manager for Infinium Software for 6 years. She assisted the application service provider (ASP) and independent software manufacturer in providing both customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) products, along with various business tools catering to specific industries. In her role as Pathology Knowledge Engineer, Kerri works closely with pathologists to implement changes and customizations for facilities, based on their needs and revisions in reporting standards.

Rob Dean

Marketing Director

Rob attended Vassar College before working for eChalk, an online tool for schools and students to manage communications and assignments. After that, Rob worked with the grants department of the Philadelphia Foundation, a community foundation that supports hundreds of non-profits in the Pennsylvania region and beyond. At mTuitive, Rob works closely with the OpNote team in authoring, testing, and supporting the product. He also is in charge of marketing and maintains the company's social media presence, website, and various online videos.

mTuitive Team

Board of Directors

John J. O'Connor

Chairman

John joined the board in April of 2007 and was elected Chairman and special adviser at that time. He was previously a Vice Chairman at PricewaterhouseCoopers where he had responsibility for their lines of service, marketing and operations. He spent 33 years at PwC and had previously served as the head of the US audit practice and managing partner of the Boston office. He led the development of PwC's Health Industries practice, a leading provider of services to the healthcare industry. He serves on the board of Aspect Medical Solutions and is a Trustee at Dana Farber Cancer Institute.

John Murphy

John Murphy is a partner in Clarence Ventures, an early stage fund focused on start-up technology companies. In this role, he has been actively involved in launching seven new companies. John is an accountant and financial manager by training and experience. Immediately prior to his involvement with Clarence, he was a senior executive and member of the Board of Directors of Software 2000, Inc. (Infinium Software), now a part of SSA Global. John held the positions of Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of Sales Operations and Managing Director of an independent business unit. Prior to Software 2000, he spent fifteen years in healthcare administration and financial management. John has an undergraduate degree from Babson College and a Masters degree from Western New England College, both in Business Administration. He has taught courses in healthcare and financial management at the graduate level at Lesley College and Western New England College. He currently sits on the boards of five private companies and several charitable organizations.

Donald Emery

Donald Emery was an executive at Software 2000/Infinium. He was the Vice-Chairman of the Board and early investor in the company. Sandwiched around a ten year career on Wall Street as an investment banker, the majority of his professional career has been spent as an entrepreneur. Don is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Business School and his forte is corporate finance and business strategy. He has been an entrepreneur and private investor in startups for more than thirty years, beginning with the startup of importer-retailer Pier One Imports, a New York Stock Exchange Company.

John Gomez

John Gomez has been working in the IT industry for over 25 years with half of that time devoted to emerging, successful companies in the Health IT sphere. His career is marked with extensive commercial software product design and development experience - including developing a B2B App-Store for Healthcare. In 2010, HIStalk called John "the Steve Jobs of Healthcare Information Technology." After working as Senior Technologist/Architect for Microsoft for over ten years, John went on to become the CTO for WebMD. From there, John became the CTO and later President of AllScripts/Eclipsys for many years where he successfully led $1.4 billion international product portfolio for that leading healthcare company. Currently, John is CEO of JGO Labs, LLC, a software development firm that focuses on the development of gaming and analytic products that rely heavily on artificial intelligence and advanced computing.

Kathy Rowell

Kathy Rowell is the Founder and Principal of Katherine S. Rowell & Associates, LLC, and has over 25 years of experience working with providers, payers, policy makers and regulatory agencies. Her work includes successfully establishing the Massachusetts General Hospital Codman Center for Clinical Effectiveness and rolling out the National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (NSQIP)—the first risk-adjusted and validated surgical outcome program in the world—to over 300 hospitals in the U.S. and Canada. In addition to the NSQIP, Kathy led the development of the American College of Surgeons Pediatric Quality Measurement programs and Bariatric Accreditation Programs; and was the Principle Investigator of the NIH SBIR Grant “Using Pre-Operative Variables to Predict Length of Stay.” Kathy is a recipient of the prestigious Partners in Excellence Award for leadership and innovation, and is a highly sought-after speaker at Grand Rounds and healthcare conferences. Some of her recent clients include the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, the World Health Organization, the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, the Michigan Surgical Quality Collaborative and the Baylor Health Care Systems. She is on the faculty at Brandeis University’s Medical Informatics Graduate Program and is a charter member of the Collaborative Care Technology Work Group.

Maria Burud

Maria Burud brings over 20 years of experience in the professional services and technology industry, predominantly dedicated to sales and marketing. Maria is currently the President of Zanon Group, a sales and marketing training and consulting firm that helps companies increase revenues through sales execution and marketing programs. In her work with Zanon, since 2003, Maria focuses on bringing new skills and state of the art, creative training and executable programs to her clients. Focused on professional services, technology and SAAS, Maria creates these custom, systematized programs designed to help companies grow revenues, create more strategic relationships, and develop their people into high quality execution oriented, differentiated teams. Burud sits on multiple advisory boards and is active as an advisor and mentor in several academic and not for profit organizations, including the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce and Entrepreneurial Center (now 1871), Future Founders (a nonprofit that believes every youth can become an entrepreneur) and the Woman’s Business Development Center of Chicago.

Advisory Board

Pathology

Jared Block, M.D.

Dr. Block grew up in Chicago, Illinois. He earned his undergraduate degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and is a graduate of the University of Illinois Medical School. After completing residency training in anatomic and clinical pathology at the University of Missouri, Dr. Block trained in hematopathology at Carolinas Medical Center under the direction of Drs. Banks and Lipford. He is board certified in clinical pathology, anatomic pathology and hematopathology. Dr. Block joined Carolinas Pathology Group and Celligent Diagnostics in 2000. He serves as Chief of Pathology at Carolinas Medical Center-University Hospital. In addition to acting as a member of his group's IT committee, he is the chairman of quality assurance for his group of 28 pathologists. Dr. Block also serves on numerous committees within Carolinas HealthCare System. In addition to practicing general surgical pathology, Dr. Block specializes in hematopathology and coagulation disorders.

Elizabeth Dellers, M.D.

Dr. Dellers earned her undergraduate degree from Cornell University and is a graduate of the University of Rochester School Medicine-Dentistry, where she earned her M.D. After completing residency programs at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA, she completed a surgical pathology fellowship at Pennsylvania Hospital. She is currently the Associate Chief for the Division of Anatomic Pathology at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Muhlenberg in Bethlehem, PA. She is board certified in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology with the American Board of Pathology.

John Gilbertson, M.D.

John Gilbertson earned his undergraduate degree from MIT and went on to obtain his medical degree from Duke University. Dr. Gilbertson completed his residency in pathology informatics at the University of Pittsburgh MC. He is Director of the Division of Pathology Informatics and the Pathology Informatics Fellowship Program. He is a member of DICOM WG 26, the HL7 Pathology SIG and co-director of the annual APIII Conference. Dr. Gilbertson is also the Associate Chief for Pathology Informatics at Massachusetts General Hospital and Associate Professor of Pathology at Harvard Medical School.

Advisory Board

Surgery

Dr. Deanna J. Attai, MD, FACS

Dr. Deanna J. Attai is a Board-Certified General Surgeon practicing in Burbank, California. She received her undergraduate degree from Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY. She went on to receive her medical degree with honors from Georgetown University School of Medicine, and received her surgical training at Georgetown University Hospital. She is certified by the American Board of Surgery, and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

Dr. Attai’s surgical practice is devoted to caring for patients with surgical and non-surgical diseases of the breast. She has achieved certification by the American Society of Breast Surgeons for performance of breast ultrasound and ultrasound-guided biopsies. She is an instructor for Breast Ultrasound Education for the American College of Surgeons. Her private practice, the Center For Breast Care, Inc., is accredited by the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine for the performance of breast ultrasound.

She is an active member of the American Society of Breast Surgeons, and currently serves as Chair of the Communications Committee of that organization. She is also a clinical investigator for the American College of Surgeons Oncology Group (ACOSOG). In addition, she is the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer Liaison for the Providence St. Joseph Medical Center.

Dr. Roger N. Chabra, MD, F.R.C.S (Edinburgh,U.K.)

Dr. Roger Nathan Chabra graduated in 1962 from Christian Medical College of Punjab University in India. For his post-graduate surgical training, he went to the United Kingdom and became Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh in 1969.

In 1970, he emigrated to the United States and went through a complete surgical residency program at Boston University Medical Center. He joined Cape Cod Hospital as Attending General Surgeon in 1974 where he worked until his retirement in 2000.

During his time at Cape Cod Hospital he was on the faculty of Boston University Medical School as Clinical Instructor in Surgery and was involved in training surgical residents and medical students rotating through the hospital, which is an affiliate of the Department of Surgery at Boston University Hospital.

Dr. H. Walter Kaess, MD

Dr. H. Walter Kaess attended medical school in Cologne, Germany, and Vienna, Austria, and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Cologne in 1970. He startedhis surgical residency at the University of Bonn and continued his training at Rhode Island Hospital, a Brown University Teaching Hospital, where he completed his residency in 1979 as Executive Chief Resident.

In 1979, he moved to Cape Cod and began his almost thirty year career at Cape Cod Hospital. During that time he was actively involved in Medical Staff Quality Insurance committees, served as Chief of Surgery and two three-year terms on the Board of Trustees. Dr. Kaess practiced the wide range of Vascular and General Surgery, career with a special interest in Breast Surgery.

Dr. John Mattson, M.D.

Chairman

Dr. John Mattson is an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in knee arthroscopy, ligament reconstruction and sports medicine. Operating out of Berkeley, CA, Dr. Mattson is both a member of the staff of Alta Bates Summit Medical Center as well as working with his own private practice - the Berkeley Orthopaedic Medical Group, Inc.

Dr. Mattson graduated from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois and completed his medical and Orthopaedic training at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Dr. Mattson joined Berkeley Orthopaedics in 1983 and was Chairman of Orthopaedics at the Student Health Service of the University of California at Berkeley from 1990-2004. Dr. Mattson is a member of the clinical faculty at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center.

Dr. Mattson specializes in knee arthroscopy and Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. He uses minimally invasive state-of-the-art arthroscopic allografts (donor grafts) for ACL Reconstructions. Dr. Mattson has one of the largest series of soft tissue allograft ACL Reconstructions in Northern California.

Dr. Seppo E. Rapo, MD

Dr. Seppo E. Rapo graduated from Wheaton College (Illinois) in 1960, and from Harvard Medical School in 1964. He went through his general surgical residency at Boston City Hospital and at Hartford Hospital in Connecticut, with two years in between where he proudly served his country in the United States Navy as a Lieutenant Commander.

After a Fellowship in Cardio‐Thoracic Surgery at the University of Helsinki, Dr. Rapo was in practice from 1972 until July 2004 at the Cape Cod Hospital. He was the president of the Cape Cod Surgical Associates during that time. He is also a clinical instructor in surgery at Boston University School of Medicine and serves as a Diplomat to the American Board of Surgery.

He was the Chief of the Department of Surgery at Cape Cod Hospital from 1984 to 1986, and served as the Chairman for the Committee on Applicants for the American College of Surgeons ‐ Massachusetts Third District. For the past five years he has been the Medical Director & Principal Investigator for the Clinical Research Center of Cape Cod.

mTuitive's

Partners

College of American Pathologists

The College of American Pathologists (CAP), the leading organization of board-certified pathologists, serves patients, pathologists, and the public by fostering and advocating excellence in the practice of pathology and laboratory medicine worldwide. For 70 years, the CAP has fostered excellence in laboratories and advanced the practice of pathology and laboratory science. As medicine, technology and pathology have evolved since 1946, the CAP has led the way to meet new challenges that result in better patient outcomes.

Sunquest Information Systems, Inc.

Sunquest Information Systems, Inc.is a market leader in clinical data management installed in more than 1000 U.S. hospitals and commercial laboratories, and over 60 customers in Canada, UK, Western Europe, and the Middle East. The company designs, develops, and supports a comprehensive suite of information products for hospitals and laboratories that include laboratory, radiology, and pharmacy systems. Sunquest uses open systems that are scalable to any size hospital or healthcare network.

SourceMed

SourceMed is the largest provider of outpatient information solutions and services for outpatient ambulatory surgery centers, specialty hospitals, and rehabilitation clinics nationwide measured by both experience and size of customer base. With 30 years of real world experience, more than 5,000 satisfied customers, and the confidence of more than 250 consultants and management companies, SourceMedical offers the broadest range of solutions and enhancements available to the industry. The company’s unique end-to-end systems improve operational efficiency and cash flow while enabling healthcare facilities to capture, exchange, and analyze data to deliver a higher standard of patient care.

Hewlett Packard

mTuitive is able to bring its expert solutions to industry leaders via Hewlett Packard's full-function notebook PC, delivering high performance and compatibility in a fast-paced business environment. This innovative Tablet PC offers unprecedented mobility and versatility for business computing. Its wireless LAN network, lightweight design, flexible docking station and radio pen and voice capabilities lend power and ease to mTuitive's family of solutions.