WE BELIEVE the future of Image analysis is dependent on products that deliver new information that seamlessly integrate into existing protocols without changing patterns of operational norms. We are leading this belief through product innovation, pioneering talent, and simplicity of use.

Management Team

Thomas E. (“Tom”) Ramsay - Founder, Chairman and CEO, Imago Systems, Inc.

Thomas E. (“Tom”) Ramsay

Founder, Chairman and CEO, Imago Systems, Inc.

Thomas E. (“Tom”) Ramsay - Founder, Chairman and CEO, Imago Systems, Inc.

Thomas E. (“Tom”) Ramsay

Founder, Chairman and CEO, Imago Systems, Inc.

Tom Ramsay is an imaging expert with more than 40 years of experience, including numerous breakthroughs in the development of technologies for a wide range of applications. Tom holds 10 patents, either granted or pending, in the domains of optics, image processing, and computer-based machine learning.

Tom is a nationally recognized imaging expert, consulting on a wide range of scientific projects for U.S.-based and global companies, including Pioneer, Sony, Matsushita, NEC, Hitachi, 3M Corporation, American College of Radiology, Radiological Society of North America, American Society of Clinical Pathologists, CDC (Asia), United Nations, Lockheed, Northrop Grumman, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and Thomson CSF (France).

Tom’s experience also includes several senior level positions, including managing projects for Sony, NEC, Hitachi, Pioneer, and others. He has invented a wide range of technologies for image processing, optical disk recording, and the radiology community, including the development of the first PACs system for Image PSL—an innovator in image processing and medical training in partnership with the Mayo Clinic and Yale Medical School.

Tom’s background also includes several startups organized around his inventions, including the development of technologies to create a national product imaging database for Japan; photo microscopy analysis of tuberculosis in Africa; image-based gem trading in Thailand; explosive detection through analysis of X-ray images generated by portable bomb technician systems and through analysis of images generated by X-ray scanners of carry-on luggage moving through TSA airport checkpoints; fingerprint optimization analysis for the FBI; and the restoration of Thomas Edison’s movies for the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

In 2013, Tom was honored with an Alumnus of Notable Achievement Award from the University of Minnesota for his contributions in medicine and image processing. He also served as a member of the Emerging Technologies Advisory Group (EmTAG), a select advisory panel of the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM).

Tom holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Minnesota.

John Leger

Chief Operating Officer, Imago Systems, Inc.

John Leger

Chief Operating Officer, Imago Systems, Inc.

Bio coming soon.

John Boney

VP Business Development, PetViewDx

John Boney

VP Business Development, PetViewDx

Bio coming soon.

Scott Hallihan

Director, PetViewDx

Scott Hallihan

Director, PetViewDx

Bio coming soon.

Karen Morgan, Ph.D.

Director of Product Development and Engineering

Karen Morgan, Ph.D.

Director of Product Development and Engineering

Bio coming soon.

Nancy Goetzinger

Director of Training

Nancy Goetzinger

Director of Training

Bio coming soon.

Gene Ramsay

Director of Research

Gene Ramsay

Director of Research

Bio coming soon.

Victor Krivorotov

Director, Artificial Intelligence-Architect

Victor Krivorotov

Director, Artificial Intelligence-Architect

Bio coming soon.

Anna Yang

Developer

Anna Yang

Developer

Bio coming soon.

Members of the Board

Susan Alpert, M.D., PH.D. - Member of the Board of Directors

Susan Alpert, M.D., PH.D.

Board of Directors

Susan Alpert, M.D., PH.D. - Member of the Board of Directors

Susan Alpert, M.D., PH.D.

Board of Directors

Susan is Principal of SFA Regulatory, LLC, a consultancy to companies placing products into the U.S. healthcare market. Prior to SFA, Susan spent 8 years at Medtronic, where she served in many roles, including Senior Vice President of Global Regulatory Affairs from November 2005 to May 2011. At Medtronic, Susan was responsible for the company’s quality, regulatory, and clinical compliance efforts, including overseeing health policy and payment.

Prior to joining Medtronic, Susan served as Vice President of Regulatory Sciences at C.R. Bard Inc. Before joining Bard, Susan served at the FDA where she held a variety of positions in the Centers dealing with drugs, devices and radiological health, and foods, including six years as the Director of the Office of Device Evaluation.

Susan has served on the board of the Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI), was a Director of the Medical Technology Leadership Forum (MTLF), and a Director of the Women Business Leaders (WBL), and is the immediate past chair of the board of the Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR). She is a microbiologist and pediatrician with a specialty in infectious diseases and has practical experience in laboratory research and clinical trials.

Susan holds an M.S. and Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences (Microbiology) from New York University. She received her M.D. from the University of Miami and completed her clinical training at Montefiore Medical Center in New York and at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC. She completed her undergraduate degree at Barnard College, Columbia University.

Mark Libratore - Member of the Board of Directors

Mark Libratore

Board of Directors

Mark Libratore - Member of the Board of Directors

Mark Libratore

Board of Directors

Mark has over 30 years of healthcare experience, and is the founder and former CEO of Liberation LLC, a Florida Corporation. He also serves as a consultant to, and investor in, several private and public companies. From 2007 to 2016, Mark founded and served as CEO and President of Liberator Medical Holdings, Inc. (LBMH, NYSE), which was acquired by C.R. Bard.

Mark founded Liberty Medical Supply Inc. in 1990 and served as its President and Chief Executive Officer. He sold the company to PolyMedica Corporation (PLMD, NYSE) in August 1996, and remained as President of Liberty Medical and Vice President of PolyMedica until February 1999.

Prior to Liberty Medical Supply, Mark founded A Action Medical Supply, Inc., which was the basis for Liberator Medical Holdings. Before that, at the early stage of the rapidly growing home medical care industry, Mark started a successful home medical equipment company, Ambassador Inhalation and Respiratory Services Inc., which grew to multiple locations in Florida and was acquired by Foster Medical.

Earlier in his career, Mark worked at several Hospitals in Connecticut and Florida, including founding the Cardiopulmonary Dept. at Jupiter Hospital as its Director.

Mark has served multiple terms on the Palm Beach Board of the American Lung Association, Hospice of Martin, and various other associations. The April 1998 issue of Response Magazine voted Mark as one of the top 25 most innovative direct TV advertisers of the year, and in 2010, he was the recipient of the Florida Governor’s Business Diversification award in business expansion.

Mark is a graduate from the Hartford Hospital School of Allied Health’s Respiratory Certification Program, and has held or been responsible for licenses in clinical laboratory technology, respiratory therapy, diabetes education, pharmacy, and cardiopulmonary technology in Florida and state licenses for Home Medical Supply in 36 states.

Jeannette McGill Corbett - Member of the Board of Directors

Jeannette McGill Corbett

Board of Directors

Jeannette McGill Corbett - Member of the Board of Directors

Jeannette McGill Corbett

Board of Directors

Jeannette is a Certified Public Accountant and is currently Chair of the Finance Committee, lifetime Board Member, and President Emeritus of the Quantum Foundation, the largest health funder in Palm Beach County, Florida. Jeannette also serves on the Board of Directors of the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation. Previously, she served as CFO of the Medical Services Division and Vice President of Finance of Phymatrix Corporation (PHMX), West Palm Beach, Florida. Prior to her position at Phymatrix, Mrs. Corbett was President of McGill, Roselli, Ayala & Hoppmann, a West Palm Beach-based accounting firm. She has also served as an adjunct instructor of taxation at Palm Beach State College in Lake Worth, Florida. Mrs. Corbett has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in business administration from the University of Florida, graduating Summa Cum Laude, and a Master Degree from Palm Beach Atlantic College. Mrs. Corbett was Chairman of the Board of JFK Medical Center in Atlantis, Florida, from 1991-1994 and was Chair of the Hospital’s Finance Committee from 1989-1991.

Medical Advisory Board

Dr. Patrick Griffith

Dr. Patrick Griffith

Bio coming soon.

Dr. Santosh Kesari

Dr. Santosh Kesari

Bio coming soon.

Dr. Sanjay Bhojraj

Dr. Sanjay Bhojraj

Bio coming soon.

Dr. Thomas Martyak

Dr. Thomas Martyak

Bio coming soon.

Dr. Kassan Kassab

Dr. Kassan Kassab

Bio coming soon.

Dr. Pat Basu

Dr. Pat Basu

Dr. Pat Basu

Dr. Pat Basu

Pat is President and Chief Executive Officer of Cancer Treatment Centers of America Global, Inc., which includes the Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) Comprehensive Cancer Care Network of hospitals and Outpatient Care Centers as well as new business ventures. He is a board-certified radiologist, specializing in cancer care, including serving as visiting faculty at seven major U.S. universities. Pat is also a well-known radiologist and accomplished business leader in the corporate, clinical, government, and private equity backed sectors.

A former Stanford Physician and White House Advisor, Pat serves as a member of the Executive Leader Team of United Health Group and as Senior Vice President of Optum. At United, he holds direct P&L accountability for revenue, profit, medical expense, and quality for OptumCare. Previously, Pat held roles as President, Chief Operating Officer & Chief Medical Officer at vRad, the post-merger entity of publicly traded firms Virtual Radiologic and Nighthawk. Pat helped cofound Doctor On Demand, the nation’s largest provider of video visits.

Pat took a leave from Stanford University to serve as a White House Fellow and Special Assistant, where he held a Top-Secret Clearance and served at highest the levels of Federal government to help execute portions of the economic and health agenda. He has served as a consultant to several Fortune 500 firms, PE firms, and large hospital systems. Pat has delivered keynote addresses at over 100 corporations, universities, governments and professional societies. He has also been featured multiple times as an expert on national TV, including CBS, Fox, NBC, WGN, NPR, and CNN.

Pat has served as member of the Council on Foreign Relations, U.S. Japan Foundation, Atlantik-Bruecke, and Illinois State Board of Health. He serves on the Board of Directors for the University of Illinois and Stanford Medical Alumni Association. He has served as a lecturer for the University of Chicago Business School and Stanford School of Medicine. At Stanford, Pat also served as a Faculty Director of Health Policy and Finance where he taught Stanford medical and M.B.A. students. He is a recipient of the AMA National Excellence Award for Leadership, the Chicago “40 under 40” Award, and the Stanford Consultant Physician of the Year Award.

Pat holds an undergraduate degree in engineering with Honors from the University of Illinois, and received his M.D. and M.B.A with Honors from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. Pat is also part of Stanford Business School’s Faculty Leadership Training Program.

Business Consultant Team

Bret Williams

Corporate Advisor, Vestech Securities, Inc

Bret Williams

Corporate Advisor, Vestech Securities, Inc

Bio coming soon.

J. Peter McBride

CRS Consulting

J. Peter McBride

CRS Consulting

Bio coming soon.

David Wolfe

Fremont Group

David Wolfe

Fremont Group

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Tim Best

Tim Best

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