Meet The Team
Mr. Haddick has been a serial entrepreneur for over 30 years, mainly in the field of medical imaging and computerized diagnostics for physicians. Mr. Haddick is an expert in the development of the computer/physician diagnostic interface. He produced a number of patented film recorders for ultrasound, nuclear medicine, digital radiology, computerized tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MR). His patented technology assured the diagnostic quality of electronic image reproduction onto X-ray film. His patents were licensed to Fuji Medical Systems and Agfa-Gevaert.
He was a founder and CEO of KDH Systems. The company built the first electronic chart in the UC system for the UCSF Emergency Department. KDH Systems also address one of the most critical problems of clinical research and new drug development: delays and failures of research studies due to inadequate patient enrollment. Their product, PatientLocate, finds patients for clinical trials at the point-of-care by matching near-real-time patient data with the inclusion and exclusion criteria of clinical trials and studies.
He earned his BSEE from the University of California, Berkeley.
Chief Clinical Officer
Jodie NewDelman, PsyD
Dr. NewDelman has been a licensed psychologist for over 20 years in the arenas of clinical care, program evaluation, and test construction. Her formative entrepreneurial and research experience drives a tendency to pair best practice, competitive analysis, and systematic accountability processes. She is a co-owner of a patent application in big data process called MeDataBank that has been acquired by PSYCHeANALYTICS. This is in support of the company’s mission to transform the access and delivery of healthcare in the digital age.
She regularly mentors and supervises clinical staff, has taught in academic settings, and has held leadership positions that emphasize her passion for whole-person, precision medicine and diagnostics.
She earned a BA in Public Communications and Psychology from American University, Washington, D.C., a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology, and held a post-doctoral post at UCLA’s Neuropsychiatric Institute.
Chief Psychological Information Officer
Stanley Lieberson, PhD
Dr. Lieberson has operated his own computer programming and consulting business for over 30 years. He specializes in website development and PC applications with the objective of clarity and simplicity of User Interface design, with minimal user training requirements. Clients have been in Finance, Clinical Medicine and Legal Education. For 8 years following his graduation from UCLA he participated in the development of the ARPANET, the predecessor to the Internet.
Dr. Lieberson earned a PhD in Clinical Psychology, writing his dissertation on traumatic stress, and directed the non-profit Program for Torture Victims providing psychological and medical treatment to refugee survivors of torture. He is also the co-author, with a Stanford-educated physician, on a treatment protocol for diabetes that eliminates the risk of hypoglycemia.
He received his BA in Mathematics from the University of California, Los Angeles, and his PhD in Clinical Psychology from Michigan State University.
Chief Technical Officer and Chief Data Scientist
Arthur Keller, PhD
Dr. Arthur M. Keller serves as advisor and board member to startups, as a technical expert witness on patent infringement litigation, and as a lecturer and researcher at the University of California at Santa Cruz. He was previously a researcher and lecturer at Stanford University and a faculty member at The University of Texas at Austin. He was also a lecturer at Brooklyn College (CUNY).
He was Chief Technical Advisor and Board member of Persistence Software, advising them on advanced technical strategy. He was also a Co-Founder, COO and CFO of Mergent Systems, Inc. which was acquired by Commerce One in January 2000 for $200 million. He has served in similar capacities in over a dozen other Silicon Valley startups.
He received his B.S. summa cum laude with honors in both Mathematics and Computer and Information Science from Brooklyn College (CUNY), his M.S. in Computer Science from Stanford University, and his PhD in Computer Science from Stanford University. He was a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow and a recipient of the George Forsythe Award for Excellence in Student Teaching.
Member of the Board
Jeffrey Bragman, PhD
Dr. Bragman is a managed mental health care pioneer. He was a co-founder of American Biodyne (now Magellan Health Services) and Medco Behavioral Care (organizations which successfully manage mental health services for millions of lives). He was the senior author of their Clinical Operations and Case Management Manuals. He developed utilization management systems, trained providers, supervised clinical services and was senior auditor for annual clinical audits. Additionally, he supervised patient satisfaction and health status outcome research.
Dr. Bragman has spent over 35 years in clinical practice throughout the US both in private practice and in various departments of psychiatry and psychology.
Dr. Bragman is a popular conference speaker, author of numerous publications and has served on many committees responsible for the writing of accreditation standards and clinical criteria.
He earned his BA in Psychology and MS in Rehabilitation Counseling Psychology from Syracuse University and his PhD in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology.
Alan Lorenz, MD
Dr. Lorenz has long sought to supersede mind/body dualism and has dedicated his entire academic and professional career to championing collaborative integrated care.
After graduating from Stanford, while attending graduate school in psychology, he worked in psychiatry at the Palo Alto VA Hospital. Interested in psychiatry, he returned to his hometown Madison, Wisconsin for Medical School ultimately deciding Residency in Family Medicine in Rochester, New York was the best place to pursue his interest in caring for the whole person. Completing Residency, and a Fellowship in Family Systems, working closely with George Engel, the author of the biopsychosocial model, he was trained as both a family physician and a family therapist, and holds appointments in both the Departments of Family Medicine and Psychiatry at the University of Rochester.
He has authored, or co-authored, numerous publications including the acclaimed Family-Oriented Primary Care. He helped found the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association and was on its Board for many years. He chaired the Families & Health Conference of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, and has made dozens of presentations to local, national, and international conferences. He now sees patients at the Rochester Institute of Technology, and is the Chair of the Mental Health Section of the American College Health Association and a member of the Higher Mental Health Alliance (HEMHA)
Shannon Casey, PhD
Dr. Casey has over 20 years research experience in areas of psychology and wellness, with specialization in multicultural research, statistics, psychometrics, and adolescent development. Dr. Casey is Director of Program Evaluation and Research at the University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR). For the past 10 years, she has consulted with corporations, California Departments of Public Health, and universities in areas related to program evaluation, performance outcomes, and progress improvements.
Dr. Casey has a 15 year history as a statistics and research methods instructor of doctoral students. With multiple publications, diverse audiences have heard her present on issues related to cross-cultural evaluation, measurement, and program development in areas of healthcare and education. As a licensed clinical psychologist and student mentor, Dr. Casey works closely with those developing outcomes measures in areas of health and wellness and building programs to improve well-being for all.
Dr. Casey earned her BA in Political Science from St. Mary’s College, an MA in Developmental Psychology from San Francisco State University, and her PhD in Counseling Psychology from Stanford University. Dr. Casey has additional training at the American Psychological Association’s Advanced Training Institute in Research Methods with Multicultural and Diverse Populations.
Lawrence Fagan, MD, PhD, FACMI
Dr. Fagan has over 30 years of experience in the development and management of computer applications for medical care (medical informatics). He retired in 2012 as Senior Research Scientist and Co-Director of the Stanford Biomedical Informatics Training Program. At Stanford, he helped develop artificial intelligence/expert systems technology for medical applications. He directed a team that developed one of the earliest cancer data management systems, as well as novel knowledge acquisition interfaces for describing the structure of cancer clinical trials. He has extensive experience with graphical user interfaces for structured data entry of clinical notes. He has worked with natural language processing systems for the National Cancer Institute to translate cancer medical records into structured information.
Dr. Fagan consults with law firms regarding patents in the areas of biomedical information processing and computer science. His resume includes more than 100 citations related to computer application to medicine, and co-editorship of one of the leading informatics textbooks. He holds two patents related to semantic information retrieval of structured information from medical textbooks.
Dr. Fagan's undergraduate training was in Interdisciplinary Science (Artificial Intelligence) at M.I.T, his PhD in Computer Science at Stanford University, and his MD at the University of Miami. He is a Fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics.
Saul Rosenberg, PhD
Dr. Rosenberg led the PSYCHeANALYTICS team that developed a patent-pending, clinical decision support system for the assessment of mental and behavioral health. He has been practicing clinical and forensic psychology and psychotherapy for more than 40 years. He is Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco.
Dr. Rosenberg has testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Veterans Health Subcommittee regarding the assessment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in veterans. He has numerous publications including an article on PTSD in the Encyclopedia of Neurological Sciences, 2nd Edition. He received his PhD in Clinical Psychology from Bowling Green State University. He was an NIMH Post-Doctoral Fellow in Clinical Psychology at Mt. Zion Hospital-University of California, San Francisco.
He is a graduate of the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis.
Earl Sacerdoti, PhD
Earl Sacerdoti is a serial entrepreneur, management consultant, executive coach, and angel investor focused on early-stage software ventures. He has over 40 years’ experience in general management and managing research, development, and engineering. Dr. Sacerdoti is a co-founder of Symantec, held bottom-line responsibility for a top-200 software products business through its IPO, and has held executive positions at Apple, a wide variety of software vendors, and a medical device company. He has served on the Board of Directors of eight companies and on numerous advisory boards.
Dr. Sacerdoti earned a BA in Psychology from Yale, and MS and PhD degrees in Computer Science from Stanford. He is a cofounder of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence and the author of a book and over 20 papers and articles on a wide range of advanced software topics. He is the inventor of nine issued and two pending US patents concerning consumer-selected advertising, data visualization, and predictive analytics using big data. He is also well known for his early basic research in Artificial Intelligence.