Michel is a former investment banker and has broad experience working with multinational corporations and foreign governments.He has deep expertise in the technology and communications sectors and has significant experience leading innovative public/private partnerships to leverage technology and modernize delivery models across a variety of complex service industries.
Dr.Ciottone is an associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School and directs the Disaster Medicine Fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and the Disaster Preparedness Program at Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. Dr. Ciottone has extensive experience employing telemedicine in low resource settings.
Dr. Cunningham is a Family Physician with experience in innovative delivery models for primary and urgent care. He has practiced in multiple settings over his nearly 15-year career and in 2016 co-founded an independent Direct Primary Care practice in Southeast Massachusetts. He has a profound interest in using communication technology to facilitate the doctor-patient relationship and improve the current healthcare delivery system through meaningful innovation.
David Grabowski, Ph.D
David is a Professor of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School and is an expert in the economics of aging with a particular focus in the area of long term care. His research has considered issues related to long-term care financing, organization and delivery of service. He has also conducted research exploring the use of telemedicine in post-acute settings to reduce hospitalizations and readmissions.