Michael B. KaufmanExecutive Chairman
Mr. Kaufman is Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of Omedix, and is responsible for overall performance, and strategy.
Mr. Kaufman is also managing partner of Knowledge Based Transactions (KBT), a healthcare technology advisory firm based in Boston, MA. KBT provides merger and acquisition, alliance, and strategic consulting services to healthcare technology firms.
Previously Mr. Kaufman served as Executive Vice President of Eclipsys Corporation (ECLP). While at Eclipsys, he was responsible for all of the company’s corporate development activity including mergers and acquisitions, alliances, product strategy, and new business development. As a key member of the executive team, he had a key role in bringing the company public, and growing the company to a billion dollar plus major player in the Healthcare Information Technology arena.
Prior to Eclipsys, Mr. Kaufman was the CEO of SDK Healthcare Information Systems. SDK was founded in 1961 as the first company in healthcare computing. SDK provided industry leading revenue cycle systems to major hospitals across the country. In 1997, the company was one of two companies merged to form Eclipsys Corporation.
Mr. Kaufman is on the national council of Washington University in St. Louis and serves on the advisory board of the Health Sector Management program of the Graduate School of Management at Boston University. He also serves on the board of several early stage Healthcare technology companies and venture capital firms, and is a member of the Common Angels Venture Capital Group.
Mr. Kaufman’s education includes a BA and an MBA from Boston University and an MSW in social policy and administration from Washington University in St Louis.
Mayank TrivediChief Technology Officer
Mr. Trivedi oversees the development of all Omedix software development and has been instrumental in scaling the Omedix software team to meet growing market demand. He has twenty years of proven track record of innovative and high energy leadership in establishing, developing, growing, and operating healthcare information technology companies.
Before Omedix, Mr. Trivedi was Founder/Chief Executive Officer of Sysware Healthcare Systems, Inc., the technology and quality leading provider of laboratory information systems. Under Mr. Trivedi’s leadership, Sysware grew from a small company to a multinational company with over 150 employees in 3 countries.
During Mr. Trivedi’s tenure, Sysware achieved record growth with sharp focus on quality, efficiency, on-time delivery of software solutions and keen focus on strategic growth markets, spotting market opportunities and ceasing first-mover advantage with fast-track development supported by quality processes. Mr. Trivedi successfully negotiated a series of strategic partnerships with industry leaders like Philips Medical Systems in the Netherlands and Eclipsys. Sysware achieved the impressive goal of developing a new Transfusion Medicine/Blood Inventory system for hospital blood banks within 12 months against an industry average of 4-5 years, and was awarded US-FDA 510-k clearance, ISO-9001 as well as ISO-13485 certification in Canada on the first submissions.
Sysware was acquired in 2006 by Eclipsys Corporation. After the acquisition, Mr. Trivedi was appointed President of Eclipsys India. During his term as President of Eclipsys India, Mr. Trivedi designed and initiated the expansion of Eclipsys’s India operation to over 700 people.
Josh PadnickFounder and Chief Innovation Officer
As the founder of Omedix, Mr. Padnick has been instrumental in leading the company to become a premier player in the patient engagement arena. Currently, he is responsible for setting overall product vision, and ensuring that all products and platforms provide healthcare organizations with next generation, leading edge, cost-effective and user-friendly solutions to enhance patient satisfaction, office efficiency, and quality of care.
Mr. Padnick previously served on the Arizona Governor’s “Technical Workforce” committee as part of the Arizona e-Health Collaboration Project. He has also served as President of the Wharton Technology Group and as Director of Information Technology for the Wharton Business Plan competition.
He holds a BS in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and a BS in Computer Science from Arizona State University.