About: As an entrepreneur and technology leader, Joel has focused his passion and skill on transforming the healthcare industry. In February 2007, Joel officially launched Ozmosis, a platform that redefines the way physicians interact online and empowers physicians to share knowledge, to build and nurture professional relationships, and to collaborate in real-time.
Prior to Ozmosis, Joel co-founded Medical Funding Services (MFS), a healthcare technology and financial services firm. At MFS, he developed an electronic payment solution streamlining the reconciliation and reimbursement process between healthcare payers and providers. He successfully built and managed a company of 25 employees and led all technology and operations efforts. Prior to MFS, Joel launched a new wireless consulting team at IBM Global Services focused on delivering wireless infrastructure and mobility solutions. While at IBM, Joel also led complex e-business infrastructure projects for Panasonic, IMS Health and Cigna. Earlier in his career at American Management Systems, he developed business intelligence and social network analysis solutions for the U.S. Government before working for the AMS Strategic Development Group.
Joel has an MBA from the Darden School of Business where he was President of the Entrepreneurs Club and created the Batten Venture Boot Camp. He also led the DSA Social Committee and was awarded the C. Stewart Sheppard Distinguished Service Award. Joel received his B.A. in Government & International Relations from Georgetown University.