Iltifat Husain, MD
Iltifat Husain is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Wake Forest School of Medicine. He is recognized internationally as an expert in mobile medical technology. He has spoken at the Brookings Institute and has been interviewed by the New York Times, Washington Post, and other national news agencies on mobile technology.
Simon Mahler, MD
Simon Mahler, MD, MS is an Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Research in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Wake Forest School of Medicine. He is the principal investigator of research validating the HEART Pathway and is recognized as leader in the development of innovative methods to improve care delivery for patients with acute chest pain.
Scott Gilmore, MD
Scott Gilmore is an emergency physician practicing in Austin, Texas. He earned his bachelor’s degree in physics from Princeton University, and he is enthusiastic in lending his quantitative background to medical informatics. Scott is passionate about integrating automated clinical decision support into the clinical workflow, and he is responsible for developing new products and services at Impathiq.
Catherine de Castro is business leader with over 15 years of experience in healthcare. She facilitates business transformation through a combination of smart process improvements, workforce enablement, and novel technology solutions. As Chief Operating Officer for Impathiq, she implements the latest innovations in informatics and SMART on FHIR that allow healthcare systems to transform their practice and rethink the EHR experience.
Mike is passionate about business development and bringing Impathiq’s tools to health systems. With the patient in mind, he communicates the vision that our products can save lives and improve the quality of care every time that they are utilized. His goal is to deliver excellent service to every client and to positively impact the lives of patients across the country.
Sims Preston serves as a senior advisor at Impathiq. Sims ss an experienced attorney with an extensive background in the technology space. He spent fourteen years as a lawyer, both in private practice and as in-house counsel for some of the world’s most dynamic and innovative companies. He has 15+ years experience in private practice and as senior in-house counsel for global technology and pharmaceutical firms. He holds JD, Cum Laude from Duke University School of Law
William "Bill" Pully
Bill Pully focuses on helping health care organizations adjust to the rapid changes occurring in the field. Previously the President of the NC Hospital Association, he worked with the NCHA as General Counsel, Chief Lobbyist and President throughout his tenure. In these roles, he was responsible for advocacy and representation for all hospital and healthcare-related issues before the North Carolina General Assembly and state agencies. In addition to his more than 30 years of experience with the Hospital Association, Bill is familiar with politics and public policy in the Tarheel state.
Salim Rezaie, MD
Salim Rezaie, MD is currently working at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) as one of the Assistant Program Directors of Emergency Medicine. He is also the founder and creator of REBEL EM and REBELCast, a medical education blog, and podcast respectively.
Michelle Lin, MD
Michelle Lin, MD is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) San Francisco General Hosptial (SFGH). She practices emergency medicine at SFGH with an academic niche in technology and how it can transform the landscape of medical education. Michelle is the Editor-in-Chief of Academic Life in Emergency Medicine.
Gourang Mehta is president of g-Innovations, a digital services organization focused on helping businesses with their digital transformations and digital marketing efforts. His experience spans the fields of enterprise web architecture, data analysis, corporate strategy, and business development.