President & Founder

Tom Kegley

With over 40 years’ experience providing information services to various clients, Tom Kegley has developed a broad base of knowledge and practical understanding of business needs. As Vice President of Information Technology for Roche Diagnostics (1992-2007) and SmithKine Beecham (1968-1991) – now GSK, he led the development of the first International Standards and IT Strategy. His organization was twice recognized by Information Week Magazine as one of the most Innovative (#54 on IW 500 List 2005). Tom has acted as advisor to five of the top twenty pharmaceutical companies in the world. He chaired the Community Health Network IT Advisory Committee, served as President for the Society of Information Management for Indianapolis and on the Board of Indiana HIMSS.

Board of Directors

Alan Snell, MD, MMM - President, RISE Healthcare, LLC - Innovation, Clinical Informatics, Virtual Care

Innovation, Clinical Integration, Care Transformation and Virtual Care strategies for healthcare enterprises. Also provides development expertise in emerging technologies for entrepreneurial companies. Practiced and taught Family Medicine for over 20 years in South Bend, IN. Conceptualized and helped build one of nation's first successful and sustainable Health Information Exchanges. Led projects to deploy electronic records in physician practices, hospitals and bring remote care to the forefront for accountable care.

Mark Rodefeld MD - Assistant Professor of Surgery in the Section of Cardiothoracic Surgery at the Indiana University School of Medicine

Dr Rodefeld is conducting research supported by a grant from National Institutes of Health and actively collaborates with engineers at Purdue University. Dr. Rodefeld has clinical privileges and teaching appointments at Riley Children’s, IU University, St. Vincent Children’s Hospital and IU Health Hospitals. He is actively engaged in research exploring highly innovative circulatory support strategies to improve treatment for children born with single ventricle heart disease. Dr. Rodefeld attended Indiana University and Indiana University School of Medicine and performed his general and cardiothoracic surgical residency training at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri where he spent two years as a Research Fellow of the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute. He also completed a Congenital Cardiac Surgical Fellowship at Stanford University and the University of California, San Francisco. He returned to Indiana in 2001 to join the faculty of the IU School of Medicine.

Rod Rhoades, PhD - Professor of Physiology IU School of Medicine – Retired

Dr. Rhoades was Professor of Physiology at IU School of Medicine – Since retiring he has done much research and has published numerous papers. He recently published a book “Mind * Body * Spirit - Connections” on staying healthy. His focus continues on improved lifestyle and disciples identified in the book by Dan Buettner – The Blue Zones.

Governor Ernie Fletcher, MD

Dr. Ernie Fletcher is president and CEO of Mobile Telemedical which offers telemedical solutions for hospitals, urgent care facilities and medical practices of all sizes. He recently served as the Chief Health Officer of Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the CEO of Alton Healthcare, LLC, a company that focuses on wellness and prevention with a special emphasis on heart disease and stroke prevention. He has enjoyed a very successful career, serving as an Air Force fighter pilot, engineer and family physician. He was Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky from 2003-2007. Prior to that he served three terms as a United States Congressman (1998¬-2003), from the 6th District in Kentucky. In Congress, he was a member of the House Committees on Energy and Commerce and was selected to chair the Policy Subcommittee on Healthcare. Prior to going into politics, he worked as a family practice physician in Lexington from 1987 1998, including serving two years as CEO of the Saint Joseph Medical Foundation.