Greg Autry, PhD
Greg Autry has founded and sold a number of technology businesses. Greg has provided IT consulting services for Kaiser Permanente in a variety of capacities since 1986. Greg was an Assistant Professor of Clinical Entrepreneurship at the University of Southern California from 2013 to 2020 and an Adjunct Professor of strategy at the University of California, Irvine. from 2002 to 2014. He served on the NASA Agency Review Team and as the White House Liaison to NASA. Greg holds a PhD in management (area of public policy) and an MBA from the Merage School of Business at UC Irvine. He has previously earned certifications from Microsoft (MSCE) and Cisco (CCNA).
Bill Work has 20 years of experience in health care software. Bill led development of applications for chronic-disease case management, clinical data repositories, clinical-trial management, and pharmacy automation. Projects included the development of HL7 interfaces for data collection and reporting, and the incorporation of HEDIS measurements in clinical care systems. Clients include universities, pharmaceutical companies, HMOs, and government agencies. Bill holds a BA from Pomona College, has a certificate in Clinical Trials Management from UCSD and holds a U.S. patent for the digitized-storage of clinical records as certified copies.
Jaysen Harris has many years of experience leading the implementation of critical information systems in several health care organizations, a university, and an international bank. Jaysen served as project lead for an RxCelerator rollout to over 100 pharmacies at a major HMO, which included application server administration, print server software development and managing a traveling team conducting product installation and training of thousands of pharmacy staff. Other software development includes custom e-commerce solutions and composites manufacturing process controls.
Tony Tribelli has consulted on and led a number of application, server, firmware, and device driver development projects. This includes work in the fields of molecular modeling and visualization, optical character recognition, industrial control software, telecommunications and high volume online services. At Network Corps Tony was part of the team developing applications for the CareNav project which manages and optimizes patient queues and appointments. Tony holds BS and MS degrees in computer science and an MBA. He has mentored teams participating in National Science Foundation training programs.
Laura Huang, PhD
Laura Huang has many years of experience in managing marketing and client-facing initiatives in healthcare, financial services, and IT. She previously worked for Johnson & Johnson,Standard Chartered Bank, and IBM Global Services. Laura holds a Ph.D. from the University of California-Irvine, an MBA from INSEAD, and both an M.S. and a B.S. in Engineering from Duke University. She is currently a professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
Brian Fitzgerald is a technical director at Blizzard Entertainment. He has been instrumental in the development of some of the world’s most profitable computer software. His development credits include Atari PacMan (Apple II), Warcraft, Starcraft and World of Warcraft. He previously founded HAL LABS and Future Point Software. He also served as a software engineer for Baxter Healthcare from 1985-1990.
Kenny Scott, RPh
Kenny Scott is the Senior Director of Pharmacy Operations and Shared Services at Scripps Health. He has also served as the President of the California Pharmacists Association and as Pharmacy Operations Leader for Kaiser Permanente in Northern California. He has more than three decades of experience in the health care industry.