At HealthMyne we are pioneers in applied radiomics, the cutting-edge field of extracting novel data and predictive biomarkers from medical images. Through our AI-enabled radiomic solutions we help organizations access and easily translate ground-breaking radiomic insights into use in cancer research, treatment planning, and clinical management. By leveraging radiomics our clients and partners can evaluate disease progression, monitor therapy response, and determine clinical outcomes.
We believe that every cancer patient’s story starts with an image — and images are more than pictures, they are data.
We empower our clients to unleash the hidden power of imaging data through radiomics to ensure the right treatment every time.
HealthMyne was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin. We're also proud to partner with Tecnologie Avanzate to serve clients in Europe.
HealthMyne has been selected as one of the Top 10 technology startups in Madison by Tech Tribune in the 2021 rankings. We are honored to be recognized on this prestigious annual list for the fourth consecutive year.
HealthMyne Leading the Way
Chief Executive Officer
Rose brings a long and successful track record in executive management and leadership along with extensive experience in strategic sales and marketing, product development, project management and clinical practice to HealthMyne. Her prior work includes time with Cardinal Health (Pyxis), iMetrikus, McKesson, and most recently she served as President of SCIO Health Analytics which was acquired by EXL Services.
Chief Financial Officer
John is an operationally-focused executive with over 20 years of experience in healthcare technology finance. Over the course of his career, he has worked closely with operating teams on aggressive growth initiatives including strategic acquisitions, new product development, and global business and revenue expansion. John is a CPA and received his BA in Accounting from Iowa State University.
- 18 years at Wolters Kluwer; worked in a Public Accounting firm as his first job
- Vice President, Finance at Wolters Kluwer Health from 2006-2015. Reported to the CEO (AS)
- Vice President, Controller at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Kansas City prior to joining HealthMyne
Chief Growth Officer
John has been responsible for leading revenue growth and commercialization efforts of emerging/advanced analytics and SaaS solutions into the Life Sciences vertical. He has more than 20 years of sales, marketing and product experience, with particular expertise in evangelizing new offerings that drive value and outcomes across the healthcare ecosystem. John spent the last 4.5 years as VP, Global Life Sciences at SCIO (acquired by EXL) responsible for building the Life Sciences analytics business.
John received his “MBA and PhD” of pharmaceutical knowledge over 8 successful years at Qforma, where they pioneered the use of medical/pharmacy claims data via machine learning in order to understand how a physician’s behavior influenced their peers and drove the treatment of patients. John holds a BSBA with a concentration in Accounting from Suffolk University.
Michele Norton, MS, RN, INS
Chief Marketing Officer
Michele Norton has over 25 year’s experience in healthcare across many facets of the industry including health systems, ACOs, payer and life sciences organizations. She brings considerable experience and expertise in marketing and product strategy as well as optimization of clinical technology and analytics solutions and services.
Prior to joining HealthMyne she held various senior executive positions leading marketing and product strategy at SCIO Health Analytics, Zynx Health and McKesson Corporation. Her clinical and informatics background provides her with a unique perspective on the impact data and technology can have on care quality and outcomes. Michele received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing with honors from the University of Florida and her Master of Science in Nursing with a healthcare informatics specialty from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.
Robert Holmes, Ph.D.
Chief Science Officer
Dr. Holmes has over 25 years’ experience in the successful application of machine learning and advanced analytics to a range of commercial and industrial problems. Since 2004 he has been working exclusively in the healthcare sector, where he has delivered solutions to pharmaceutical clients, healthcare delivery systems, and health plans. Throughout his career he has fulfilled dual roles: at an individual level he has brought detailed technical and scientific contributions to projects; whilst at a management level he has developed and led teams of highly performant engineers and scientists to commercialize the results of those projects.
Dr. Holmes received his Master of Arts in Physics from Oxford University, UK and his Ph.D. in Physics from Portsmouth University.
SVP of Customer Success
Derek is a highly skilled clinical and technical service leader with deep experience working in service implementation, integration and support for PACS and clinical decision support/informatics software solutions. He received his BS and MS in Computer Science from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor).
- Director, Implementation at Roche Diagnostics: responsible for building the customer service team for Roche’s NAVIFY decision support portfolio, which includes a tumor conference module
- Director, Service and Support at Philips Healthcare – Healthcare Informatics. Led a large team responsible for the full-service life cycle of radiology and cardiology informatics solutions.
- Radiology IT Programmer/Analyst at Michigan State University and Froedert Hospital System (Milwaukee, WI)
Board of Directors
John Kuelper, J.D., MBA
John Kuelper is a Managing Director at Ascension Ventures, a strategic venture capital and growth equity firm with over $800 million under management which invests in health IT, health services, medical devices and diagnostics on behalf of thirteen of the nation’s largest non-profit health systems. John is Founder and President of Qualia Holdings LLC, a platform for systems biology and software ventures. He has advised or worked for several investment firms (Adams Street Partners, Sterling Partners, Abundant Venture Partners), medical technology companies (Stereotaxis, Orpheden Therapeutics), and non-profits (The Kresge Foundation, the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association). John began his career as a medical researcher studying computational neuroscience and medical robotics and has over fifteen years of experience as a commercial software developer. John earned JD and MBA degrees from the Northwestern University and a BA in cognitive neuroscience from Washington University in St. Louis. In 2014 he was elected to the Kauffman Fellows Society.
T. “Rock” Mackie, Ph.D.
Rock is a Director of Medical Devices (part-time) at the Mortgridge Institute for Research in Madison and Emeritus Professor in the departments of Medical Physics, Human Oncology, and Engineering Physics at the UW-Madison. In 1997, Rock co-founded TomoTherapy Inc., which developed an innovative, integrated hardware/software system for accurate, image-guided radiation treatment delivery. TomoTherapy’s initial public offering in 2007 reached a peak market capitalization of over $1.2 B under Rock’s leadership as chairman of the board of directors. Prior to its sale to Accuray, TomoTherapy’s cumulative revenues exceeded $ 1 billion. In 1992, Rock co-founded Geometrics, a HCIT company which developed the PinnacleTM Radiation Treatment Planning (RTP) system, now marketed by Philips Medical Systems. From 1996 until 2012, Pinnacle generated over $350 M in revenues and achieved a 45+% global market share. Rock has a doctorate in Physics from the University of Alberta. He has more than 150 publications and over 30 inventions with issued US patents.
Scott Button, CFA, MBA
Scott is a Managing Director at Venture Investors, a leading provider of seed and early stage venture capital with over $250M in management. Scott joined the firm in 1996 and focuses on investment opportunities in medical devices, digital health, material sciences and information technology. He created the firm’s Venture Igniter program to encourage and support academic and student led start-ups.
Scott currently represents Venture Investors on the Board of Directors for HealthMyne, Silatronix, and NeuWave Medical. He serves on the Board of Advisors for the University of Wisconsin’s Chemistry Department, is a member of the Madison Development Corporation’s Debt Advisory Committee, is a MERLIN Mentor and a frequent guest lecturer at the UW Madison Business and Engineering schools. Prior to joining Venture Investors, Scott worked for McDonald’s Corporation and Rockwell Automation. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison (BS–Mechanical Engineering), The University of Chicago (MBA) and is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).
Dan Malven, MBA
Dan has over two decades of operating and venture capital experience. Prior to 4490 Ventures, Dan was investing in early stage software companies at 1347 Ventures. Dan was also previously an executive at Walgreens and the co-founder of three software companies. Dan has a Master of Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Sciences in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University.
Roger Chylla, Ph.D.
Roger who cofounded HealthMyne in 2012 is an experienced technology entrepreneur who brings many years of successful commercial software design and development experience to HealthMyne’s team. Roger was a co-founder and CTO of Madison-based Ultravisual Medical Systems, prior to its merger with Emageon. At Ultravisual and later at Emageon, Roger was the senior engineering manager in charge of the medical imaging product, RadSuite, which by 2008 was installed at more than a hundred clinics nationwide. Roger was part of the executive team that led Emageon to a successful IPO in 2005 (NASDAQ: EMAG), generating over $500 M in cumulative revenues. The company reached a peak market capitalization of around $400 million prior to its sale to Amicas. Prior to forming UltraVisual, Roger was employed as senior software architect at ADAC Labs, where he served as design/development lead for new products. Roger has a Ph.D. in Biophysics from University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.
Hao Wang, Ph.D.
VP of Systems Architecture
Hao is a co-founder of HealthMyne where he has been involved in designing and building the infrastructure for the HealthMyne QIDS platform. In addition, Hao is involved in dealing with various security and privacy aspects of the HealthMyne QIDS platform.
Prior to HealthMyne, Hao served as CTO of NovaShield where he led a team to design and develop a next-generation behavior-based anti-malware product from concept to commercialization. At NovaShield, Hao was also the Principal Investigator of an SBIR grant from the NSF that resulted in over $1M in grant funding for the company. Hao joined NovaShield in 2007 as director of research.
Hao has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prior to pursuing Ph.D. work, Hao spent three years working as a developer for IBM.
Annie Malkus, Ph.D.
Annie joined HealthMyne in 2018. She is working on making more and more useful metrics. Her prior work includes academic research experience from nuclear physics like modeling neutrino oscillations in accretion disks to imaging techniques like hyperpolarized gas diffusion in lung MRI. Annie has a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Robert J. Gillies, Ph.D.
Dr. Gillies received his PhD in Zoology from UC Davis in 1979. After a post-doctoral appointment at Yale University (1979-1982), he has held faculty positions at Colorado State Univ. (1982-1988), the Univ. of Arizona (1988-2008) and the Moffitt Cancer Center (2008-pres), where he is chair of the Department of Cancer Imaging and Metabolism, vice-chair of Radiology and director of the Center of Excellence in Imaging and Technology.
He has published over 243 peer-reviewed articles in the use of imaging and spectroscopy to interrogate tumor physiology, and is currently PI or co-PI on eight NCI grants or sub-contracts focused on cancer imaging. He has a long-standing interest in detailed image analysis to better describe tumor physiology and, in 2009, he coined the term “Radiomics”. He has been a major contributor to this field ever since, primarily in improved diagnosis of lung and prostate cancer.
Robert Martin, MD, PhD
Vice-Chair for Research, Department of Surgery and Division Director, Division of Surgical Oncology at University of Louisville Health
Michael Pritchett, DO, MPH
Pulmonary Specialist at Pinehurst Medical Clinic and Director of the Chest Center of the Carolinas at FirstHealth
Carey Thomson, MD, MPH
Director of the Multidisciplinary Lung Cancer Screening and Thoracic Oncology Program, Chief of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Mount Auburn Hospital, and Associate Professor of Harvard Medical School
Gary Wendt, MD, MBA
Dr. Wendt is a professor of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and vice-chair of Informatics. The UW Health radiology network which he oversees is one of the largest in the world consisting of 70 radiologists, over 2000 physicians, and 700,000 exams managed per year.
Dr. Wendt is board-certified in diagnostic radiology and specializes in neuroradiology. He has served as an advisor to many HCIT companies including McKesson, Vital Images and UltraVisual. He is a renowned expert in the field of advancing medical imaging technology to improve imaging quality and patient outcome. Dr. Wendt received an M.D. from the Medical College of Wisconsin and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has co-authored over 30 publications and has over 50 invited presentations.