InfoMC’s Board of Directors is packed with individuals who are passionate about improving healthcare through technology. They bring diverse backgrounds and experience as leaders and innovators in various facets of healthcare and technology.
And they are all integral to our success.
Mr. Farook has been providing business strategy, information systems insight and proven technology applications to Managed Behavioral Health Organizations (MBHO) and Employee Assistance and Work-Life Programs (EAP/Work-Life) for almost two decades. In his role as Chairman and CEO of InfoMC, Mr. Farook has supported and expanded company’s vision by engaging hundreds of MBHO and EAP/Work-Life organizations in establishing strategic business and technology direction, conducting information system evaluations, and selecting and implementing InfoMC’s proven solutions.
Mr. Farook has supported the integration of business processes and technology for traditional MBHO and EAP organization, while guiding both commercial and public sector provider-based organizations in evaluation through execution of the transition from service providers to the dual role of provider and administrative care manager. Prior to founding InfoMC, Mr. Farook worked for Raytheon Engineers & Constructors, a division of Raytheon Corporation, a Fortune 500 company focused on defense, government and commercial technologies, and business aviation and special mission aircraft, as a Management Consultant for their Field Information Systems Division.
John Martinson founded Edison in 1986 and is General Partner for Edison I-VII. Mr. Martinson’s professional experience includes 37 years as a venture capitalist, participating in more than 150 equity financings and serving as a director of 55 companies, including his current role as director of four Edison portfolio companies. Mr. Martinson has served as Chairman of the National Venture Capital Association, the New Jersey Technology Council, and PACT, resulting in him being well known in the Mid-Atlantic region business community and nationally in the private equity industry.
John Tadich has over 35 years of experience in managed healthcare, working in all segments of the market including commercial programs, health plans, Medicare, and Medicaid. Mr. Tadich has held executive-level management positions for multiple healthcare organizations, including United Healthcare and United Behavioral Health, as well as ValueOptions, where he served as Executive Vice President and President Public Sector Division. He has been particularly active in the behavioral health aspects of healthcare systems for the past 20 years, providing management oversight for thirteen state programs that provide behavioral health services for Medicaid and indigent populations.
Don Gleklen is a strategic business advisor and private investor and has extensive experience as a senior corporate executive, banker, and lawyer. Mr. Gleklen has served on the Board of Directors for many public and private companies, including HMO of PA, the largest subsidiary of US Healthcare, where he served on the Board for 18 years. He also previously served as Chairman and CEO of InteliHealth, Inc., a leading consumer internet healthcare company that was a joint venture of Aetna US Healthcare and Johns Hopkins Health System. Mr. Gleklen is currently a Director and member of the Executive Committee of Firstrust Bank, a $3 Billion bank headquartered in Philadelphia, PA.
Dr. David B. Nash holds a 25-year tenure on the faculty of Thomas Jefferson University, where he is the Dr. Raymond C. and Doris N. Grandon Professor of Health Policy, and was named the Founding Dean of the Jefferson School of Population Health in 2008. Dr. Nash is a board certified internist who has been the recipient of numerous awards and is internationally recognized for his work in public accountability for outcomes, physician leadership development, and quality-of-care improvement. Dr. Nash has governance responsibilities in both the not-for-profit and for-profit healthcare sector, currently serving on the Board of Directors for multiple healthcare organizations such as Main Line Health, a four-hospital system in suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Humana, Inc., one of the nation’s largest publically traded healthcare companies. Dr. Nash is Editor-in-Chief of four major national journals, has authored over 100 articles, and edited over 20 books. He also serves on multiple committees, task force, and advisory groups, and has been repeatedly named to Modern Healthcare’s list of Most Powerful Persons in Healthcare.