Censinet Board of Healthcare Directors and Investors
Ed GaudetChief Executive Officer, Censinet
Ed has more than 25 years of software experience across various product, marketing and sales leadership roles. From 2010 – 2013, Ed was CMO at Imprivata where he drove the product, market strategy and brand transformation into healthcare; from 2013 -2017, he served as business unit GM and created Imprivata Cortext, a best-in-KLAS, cloud-based clinical communications platform.
Prior to Imprivata, Ed was the Senior Vice President of Corporate Development, Sales and Marketing for Liquid Machines (acquired by CheckPoint Software). An executive founder, Ed created and led the Liquid Machines’ widely-acclaimed go-to-market and product strategy. Ed has held senior executive-level roles in various start-up and public software companies including IONA Technologies, Rational Software and SQA, Inc.
Ed holds patents for mobile and quorum-based authentication, secure content sharing and managing data objects in a distributed context (20130145420; 20130291056; 20140123237; 7587749) and is an industry speaker on the topics of leadership, healthcare and regulatory compliance.
Keith FiglioliExecutive Chairman, LRVHealth
Keith is a general partner at LRV Health. He was most recently at Premier as SVP of healthcare informatics and oversaw strategy, sales, marketing, client support, development, delivery, and operations. He created the vision for and built PremierConnect and extended its capabilities through acquisitions and strategic investments including CECity, Theradoc, and Meddius. Prior to Premier, Keith was with Eclipsys (acquired by Allscripts) as its SVP of Enterprise Solutions.
He was Vice President of International operations, during which time he built the company’s first international operation in India. And he served as Vice President of corporate development where he owned the annual strategic planning process, mergers and acquisitions, strategic partnership development, and spearheaded new business initiatives focusing on performance improvement, clinical trials and clinical content markets.
Earlier in his career, Keith was the senior business development executive at a management consulting and systems integration company focusing on Fortune 1000 companies and previously served in a variety of business development and marketing roles within the health information technology industry including work for Per-Se Technologies, Medaphis and NEC. Keith has an M.B.A. from Boston University and a B.A. from Wheaton College.
Vin FabianiPartner, HLM Venture Partners
Vin is a director at ClearDATA Networks, Prism Education and ReGroup Therapy, and a board observer at ArroHealth, Binary Fountain, Carevive, mPulse Mobile and Persivia. Vin is responsible for the firm’s Health Care Accelerator efforts and a mentor in Blueprint Health (www.blueprinthealth.org) and StartUp Health (www.startuphealth.com) programs, as well as a mentor/advisor to several companies including WellTrackOne and Mediquire.
Prior to joining HLM, Vin was Vice President – General Manager at First Data Investor Services. He was responsible for the management of a $35 million division providing outsourced accounting and administrative services to mutual fund and brokerage companies. At First Data (formerly The Boston Company), he was responsible for developing offshore administration and global custody businesses to support clients’ international growth. In this role, he established strategic relationships in Ireland, the Cayman Islands and Curacao.
Scott YapheManaging Director, Schooner Capital, LLC
Scott is a Managing Director of Schooner Capital focused on investment opportunities in venture and growth-stage companies as well as alternative asset funds. Prior to Schooner, Scott spent 12 years as a General Partner at ABS Ventures, a multi-stage private investment firm. Scott has served on the board of directors of numerous companies including Adeptra (acquired by FICO), Synchronoss Technologies (NASDAQ:SNCR), Workbrain (TSX:WB) and Paratek (acquired by RIM). Before joining ABS Ventures, he was Director of Corporate Development at a telecommunications company as well as a management consultant with A.T. Kearney where he focused on corporate strategy in emerging market regions. Scott received his MBA from Harvard Business School and Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University.
Tripp PeakeGeneral Partner, LRVHealth
Tripp co-founded Long River Ventures in 2000 and has served as a General Partner in all three Long River Ventures funds with a total of $70 million under management. He has been lead investor and/or board member at numerous companies including Diameter Health, Extreme Reach, Health Guru (acquired by Kitara Media), Machine Metrics, Optasite (acquired by SBA Communications), Profile Systems (acquired by Comergent), Protedyne (acquired by LabCorp), Sovereign Hill Software (acquired by Dataware), and Western Mass Radio Group (acquired by Pamal Broadcasting).
Prior to Long River, Tripp was a partner at Kestrel Venture Management, where he focused on the management of the Mass Ventures Equity Fund, a $14 million early stage fund established in western Massachusetts in 1997. Tripp holds a B.A. from Dartmouth College and an M.B.A from Yale University.
Darren DworkinSenior Vice President and CIO, Cedars-Sinai Health System
Darren Dworkin leads the day-to-day strategy and technology operations of the information and clinical technology teams. He led the implementation of a comprehensive electronic medical record to help transform care using advanced technology, helping to propel Cedars-Sinai to be a national leader in its use of technology at the point of care.
Dworkin has led the use of early stage and digital health companies in the field. He helped launch the Cedars-SinaiAccelerator program to help early stage companies grow and is a co-founder of Stanson Health, a clinical decision support and analytics company.
Before joining Cedars-Sinai in 2006, he was chief technology officer at Boston Medical Center and director of information technology at Unisource Canada, a division of Georgia-Pacific.
Dworkin serves on numerous boards and advisory councils and enjoys mentoring entrepreneurs.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.
Bobby BahramManaging Partner, Excelerate Health Ventures
Bobby Bahram is a Managing Partner at Excelerate Health Ventures – a seed and early-stage healthcare IT-focused fund. He has more than 20 years of operational experience building and growing start-up companies and managing high-performing teams. His experience includes serving as a director for a variety of private and public companies and playing an active role in successful spin-offs, mergers and acquisitions. Bobby has held executive-level positions with a variety of technology-based start-up ventures. He was the founding CEO and served as the CFO and COO of RadarFind, a software and services company that tracked medical equipment and patients in hospitals and was acquired by TeleTracking Technologies.