I-trax’s management is supported by an active, eight member Board of Directors. The Board is comprised of six independent members who are recognized healthcare and business leaders, and Frank A. Martin and Haywood D. Cochrane, Jr., who represent I-trax’s management on the Board.
Frank A. Martin is I-trax’s Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Director. He has been involved with I-trax’s predecessors in various executive capacities since 1997. Mr. Martin is a founder and Managing Director of the Nantucket Group, LLC, an early stage healthcare venture capital firm. Prior to Nantucket, Mr. Martin founded, built and sold two healthcare companies, one in the long-term care industry, and the other a healthcare information technology company that developed pharmaceutical software for physicians’ offices, Physician Dispensing Systems, Inc. (PDS). Mr. Martin sold PDS to Allscripts, Inc. in December 1996, and joined its Board of Directors where he remained until 1998. Mr. Martin was CEO of EduNeering, Inc., a Nantucket portfolio and educational technology company serving the pharmaceutical and managed care industries, from April 1999 to April 2000, at which point he sold the company. Mr. Martin was also in the investment banking industry for a number of years prior to starting PDS.
Haywood D. Cochrane, Jr. is I-trax’s Vice Chairman. Mr. Cochrane has over 20 years of healthcare experience in executive and senior management positions, including employment as the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Roche Biomedical Laboratories, President and Chief Executive Officer of Allied Clinical Laboratories and Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Laboratory Corporation of America.
Philip D. Green has been a director of I-trax since February 2001. Mr. Green was a director of Health Management from March 2000 to February 2001. Since July 2000, Mr. Green has been a partner of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, L.L.P., a leading international law firm. From its formation in 1989 until it merged with Akin Gump in July 2000, Mr. Green was the founding principal of the Washington, D.C. based law firm of Green, Stewart, Farber & Anderson, P.C. Mr. Green practices healthcare law and assists entities in corporate planning and transactions. Mr. Green represents a significant number of major teaching hospitals and integrated healthcare delivery systems. Mr. Green also represents a number of public and private for-profit healthcare companies. Mr. Green is currently a member of the boards of directors of Allscripts and Imagyn Medical Technologies, Inc., a medical device manufacturer.
Michael M.E. Johns, M.D., has been a director of I-trax since February 2001. Dr. Johns was a director of Health Management from October 2000 to February 2001. Since 1996, Dr. Johns has served as an Executive Vice President for Health Affairs of Emory University, overseeing Emory University’s widespread academic and clinical programs in health sciences. In this position, Dr. Johns leads strategic planning initiatives for both patient care and research. In addition, since 1996, Dr. Johns has served as the Chairman of the Board of Emory Healthcare, a comprehensive healthcare system in metropolitan Atlanta. Dr. Johns also is Chairman of the Board of EHCA, LLC, a company overseen jointly by Emory Healthcare and HCA Corporation. Through EHCA, Emory is responsible for clinical performance improvement and quality assurance in six local hospitals and five surgery centers owned by HCA Corporation. From 1990 to 1996, Dr. Johns served as the Dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Vice President of the Medical Faculty at Johns Hopkins University.
Gail F. Lieberman, has been a director since August 2004. Ms. Lieberman has over 25 years experience in key executive positions. Currently, Ms. Lieberman is managing partner of Rudder Capital LLC, a mergers and acquisitions advisory and consulting firm serving middle market companies in the services sector. She oversees buy-side, sell-side, consulting and recruiting assignments for business information and services, financial, media and consumer companies. From 1996 to 1999, Ms. Lieberman served as chief financial officer of the Financial and Professional Publishing Group, a division of The Thomson Corporation, a public information services company. From 1994 to 1996, Ms. Lieberman was vice president, managing director and chief financial officer of Moody Investor’s Services, Inc. In addition, Ms. Lieberman spent 11 years with Scali, McCabe, Sloves, Inc., a global advertising agency, serving as executive vice president and chief financial officer.
Arthur (Abbie) N. Leibowitz, M.D., FAAP, has been a director of I-trax since March 2002. Since 2001, Dr. Leibowitz has been the Executive Vice President for Business Development and Chief Medical Officer of Health Advocate, Inc., a health services company, which he helped form. Health Advocate helps consumers navigate the healthcare system. In 2000, Dr. Leibowitz served as Executive Vice President for Digital Health Strategy and Business Development and director of Medscape, Inc., a clinical information company. Dr. Leibowitz’s experience includes his tenure at Aetna U.S. Healthcare from 1987 to 2000 where he served in several positions, including as Aetna’s Chief Medical Officer for over four years. Dr. Leibowitz is a nationally recognized leader in the healthcare industry and an authority on managed care, clinical management and medical information systems.
David Nash, M.D., M.B.A., FACP, has been a director of I-trax since February 2003. Since 2000, Dr. Nash has been The Dr. Raymond C. and Doris N. Grandon Professor of Health Policy and Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. In 1995 he was named Associate Dean for Health Policy and Professor of Medicine, Division of Internal Medicine at Jefferson Medical College. In 1990, Dr. Nash was named Director of Health Policy and Clinical Outcomes at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. Dr. Nash has also served as a member of the Disease Management Association of America, The Washington Business Group on Health, and the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Disease Management Advisory Council. As of 2000, Dr. Nash has served as Editor-In-Chief of Disease Management and is on the editorial board of eight other peer-reviewed journals.
R. Dixon Thayer has been a director of I-trax since April 2003. Mr. Thayer is the founder and senior partner of ab3 Resources, Inc., a strategic consulting and private equity investment company. From 1999 to 2002, Mr. Thayer served as Officer of Global New Business Operations for Ford Motor Company. In this capacity, Mr. Thayer led corporate initiatives to develop, acquire and grow “next generation” aftermarket service businesses to help transform Ford into a global relationship-based consumer products and services company. From 1998 to 1999, Mr. Thayer served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Provant Consulting Companies, where he helped lead the merger and integration of several independent consultancies and training companies into the largest publicly traded company of its type. From 1996 to 1998, Mr. Thayer served as President of Sunbeam International Division and was an original member of the turnaround team that successfully rescued the company from impending bankruptcy. From 1995 to 1996, Mr. Thayer was the Senior Vice President of Research, Development, Engineering & Global Growth for Kimberly Clark Corporation and was a key architect of the merger between Scott Paper and Kimberly Clark. From 1992 to 1995, he was Vice President AFH Europe, Scott Paper Company where he also served as Chief Operating Officer of the European division.