Why does the US healthcare system continue to see such significant deviation from consensus best-practices? And what are healthcare organizations doing about it? These are the questions we began asking ourselves. After years of research, we founded HealthCorum with the mission to reduce healthcare costs through the identification and reduction of “low-value care”.
President and Chief Executive Officer
An entrepreneur and a well-known figure in the healthcare technology community, U.N. has produced impressive results in senior managerial roles at companies including Bayer, United Health Group, Eliza, Wellframe, and several early-stage companies. U.N. brings in-depth clinical healthcare expertise in launching new technologies related to mobile and digital health, multi-modal engagements, predictive modeling, data analytics, and artificial intelligence (A.I.).
U.N. Studied computer science at Wagner College. He is fluent in several languages and is an active voting member of ASTM (American Society for Testing & Materials), which monitors and sets standards for products used in the U.S.
Chief Innovation Officer
Murat is an experienced leader in technology innovation and spent over two decades in technology startups as a founder and a member of the founding team. Murat was the first employee of Internet Business Search Engine OneWave that went public in 1996. Murat was also the founder and CTO of SmartPackets, Inc., a VC funded wireless technology pioneer that modeled and predicted wireless network conditions using a neural network solution.
As co-founder and CIO, Murat is responsible for innovation, machine and deep learning, algorithm development, and patents at HealthCorum. Murat holds a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Southern Maine.
Chief Analytics Officer
Gokhan is the former Director of Analytic Infrastructure at Rowdmap, which was acquired by Cotiviti in 2017. During his time there he was responsible for data processing, provider scoring, ontology management processes, and data platform architecture. He then founded Bytemap in 2018 and served as a partner consultant providing subject matter expertise to companies such as CVS Health, Total Health Collaborative and Northern Light Health. Prior to Rowdmap, he had a 10-year tenure in HealthDialog/Bupa including 5 years of international assignments for tailoring unwarranted variation analytics for European National HealthCare Systems.
As the Chief Analytics Officer of HealthCorum, his primary responsibility is managing the evolution of data and analytics infrastructure. He oversees all the processes from data ingestion, conformation through information dissemination systems. Gokhan is a graduate of Bogazici University, Istanbul with a Chemical Engineering degree. He received his MBA/MIS from University of Southern Maine.
Chief Revenue Officer
Keith is a business development specialist with proven entrepreneurial experience. After earning his degree in Finance at the Pennsylvania State University, Keith returned to the Boston area and pioneered a brand-new category in the wholesale floral industry. His Company FloraCause grew to become the market leader in New England, partnering with hundreds of organizations while supporting a multitude of charitable causes. Keith was later recruited as one of the first executives to join the newly established Autotask Boston office where he established new partnerships.
Keith co-founded HealthCorum with Murat Alpman after converging on a shared vision for reducing wasteful spending in healthcare. As CRO at HealthCorum, he leads the sales/marketing team on all market interactions.
Roki Chauhan, MD, FAAFP
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Chauhan is a graduate of Tufts University School of Medicine. He completed his residency and fellowship in Family Medicine at Community Hospital of Santa Rosa, an affiliate of the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. As a board-certified family physician, he was in clinical practice for ten years in private practice in Alameda, California and then five years in a multi-specialty clinic in Seattle, Washington. He left clinical practice in 1997 to join Providence Health Plan of Washington before joining Premera Blue Cross in Washington state as SVP and CMO in 1999. During his 15-year tenure at Premera, he was responsible for senior corporate medical leadership, strategic planning and implementation of clinical programs including medical and pharmacy utilization management, case and disease management, and collaborating with providers and large employer groups in Washington and Alaska to improve quality of care.
In his role as the Chief Medical Officer, he brings experience and skills focusing on leveraging data and analytics to improve quality, efficiency and affordability of care through collaboration with health plans, providers and integrated delivery systems.
VP of Clinical Analytics
Beth is an experienced innovator in clinical development, leveraging multiple data sources and classification systems to define algorithms that support programs and metrics to improve health outcomes and optimize value in healthcare. As former VP of Clinical Analytics at Rowdmap, then at Cotiviti, Beth led the development of provider specialty benchmarking and scoring for the network value solution. At Health Dialog and Anthem BCBS, she gained expertise in quality measurement, program design, member segmentation and stratification, and behavior change.
As VP of Clinical Analytics, Beth is responsible for managing the clinical intelligence repository for provider scoring processes. A graduate of Bates College, Beth received her MPH in Epidemiology/Biostatistics and Environmental Health from Boston University School of Public Health. She also earned a certificate in Climate Change and Heath from Yale University School of Public Health.
Howard J. Finkelstein, JD, MA
Howard is currently the Principal of the Law Offices of Howard J. Finkelstein, which he founded in 2009 after more than 25 years at large law firms. In his career, Howard’s corporate law clients have ranged in size from some of the world’s largest financial institutions to international companies doing business in five continents to startups working in diverse industries such as tele-health service, crypto currency, blockchain, online financial and document services and SaaS.
Howard acts as HealthCorum’s General Counsel, he supervises HealthCorum’s legal affairs, including corporate structure, employment, contracting, governance, and strategy. Howard is a graduate of Yeshiva University, later earning his MA at NYU and JD at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.
Careers at HealthCorum
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