We do it with our army of board-approved, residency trained, clinical telepharmacists, armed with years of expertise in medication administration safety and effectiveness, working night and day on the phone, video, email, and secure text message.
We do it with unparalleled software and real-time data on patients’ clinical backgrounds and medication histories, because we believe that when patient medication data is simple, accessible, and transparent at the point of care, patients can be treated from the big picture of overall health and happiness.
Because, every year, $528 Billion and 275,000 lives are lost due to poor medication management.
We do it because we've witnessed first-hand the harm that even seemingly small changes to our loved ones' prescriptions can cause, especially for the elderly and chronically ill. They are often on a complex medication regimen, taking several prescriptions from several different doctors; putting them at higher risk for adverse drug interactions, side effects, non-adherence, and care team miscommunication.
As Director of Clinical Pharmacy Operations, Rose leads all of Cureatr’s pharmacy operations, including planning, recruitment, organizing, supervision, and quality assurance activities. Dr. Abraham also play a critical role in further developing Cureatr’s clinical pharmacy strategy and supporting business development. Dr. Abraham has more than a decade of pharmacy experience, working as a clinical pharmacist in Maryland and New York where she focused on specialty pharmacy and care management via medication therapy management (MTM). Most recently, Dr. Abraham worked for Capsule, a healthcare technology business rebuilding the pharmacy from the inside out. She received her Doctorate in Pharmacy from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences and is currently an Executive MBA Candidate at the Quantic School of Business and Technology, with an expected graduation year of 2021.
As Director of Marketing, Jake leads Cureatr’s marketing and commercial operations strategies and execution to effectively position and promote Cureatr’s vision and solutions in the healthcare market. Jake brings 6 years of health IT marketing experience, previously serving in several marketing roles at Surgical Information Systems including Marketing and Sales Analyst, Proposal Manager, and Senior Marketing and Communications Specialist. Jake joined Cureatr in March 2018 as Marketing and Automation Manager before being promoted to Director of Marketing in January 2019. Jake holds a Masters Degree in New Media Management from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and a B.A in English and Textual Studies from of the College of Arts and Sciences at Syracuse University.
Lucas leads Cureatr’s client services, support, and operations team as the Director of Customer Solutions, helping clients realize the full value of our solutions by establishing efficient process, refining best practices, promoting user adoption, and amplifying the voice of the customer so their input can direct our product strategy. Lucas joined the Cureatr team in 2014 (after time as an implementation consultant for Surgical Information Systems), quickly rising through the ranks from implementation consultant to Senior Manager of Client Services, to his current position. He holds an M.P.H. (Master of Public Health) from SUNY Downstate Medical Center College and a B.A. in Psychology from Syracuse University.
As Director of Strategy and Partnerships, Matthew is responsible for Cureatr’s growth-oriented strategy, partnerships, and business development. This includes establishing and maintaining relationships with key channel and technology partners, performing forecasting, valuation, and scenario analysis for M&A and financing activities, and understanding the competitive landscape and key market dynamics to inform Cureatr's commercial and product strategies. Prior to joining Cureatr in 2016, Matt was a product specialist for Symptelligence Medical Informatics, a fledgling healthcare technology startup, and a research coordinator for the Institute for Bladder and Prostate Research where he co-authored three peer-reviewed scientific journal articles. Matt received his bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature from the University of Pennsylvania.
After working as an FDNY EMT and RN in a New York burn/trauma ICU, Ben Duchac had enough of healthcare tech that added more time, more confusion, and more headaches for providers at the bedside. After launching an innovation initiative at NYP, he saw the enormous potential that great tech products have to impact providers and patients for the better, and he dedicated himself to building the future he wanted to see. After a product-focused MBA at Cornell Tech, Ben joined the design team at Quartet, where he worked directly with physicians across the country to integrate data science-driven recommendations directly into their clinical workflows. At Cureatr, Ben is applying an iterative, user-focused process to identify and solve the struggles he remembers all too well. Beyond Cureatr, Ben is an avid road cyclist, photographer, and dad to a very demanding but equally charming 2-year old.
As Cureatr’s Founder and CTO, Alex is responsible for driving the company’s product development and technology, while his vision for a better informed and connected healthcare industry drives us every day. Prior to Cureatr, Alex served as Director of Engineering at 23andMe (which he joined as the company’s first software engineer), and was a Principal Team Architect at PayPal, where among other things, he led the development of the company’s first mobile product. Alex holds a B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science from Stanford University.
As Director of Finance, Alyssa Lauricella is responsible for the overall financial health and well-being of Cureatr. This includes overseeing the operation of the company’s finance department and analyzing costs, pricing, variable contribution, and sales performance against business plans and goals. Alyssa brings over seven years of finance and accounting experience to Cureatr. Starting her career at RSM US, LLP in the Assurance Department, Alyssa developed a strong, practical acumen in accounting, auditing, and financial analysis before joining Cureatr as Senior Accountant in the fall of 2015. Since that time, she has proven herself to be a dependable performer, helping Cureatr secure financing and building financial models to support the long-term growth of the company. Alyssa holds both a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and MBA from Quinnipiac University.
With over twenty years of experience delivering results for venture capital-backed SaaS companies, Richard leads Cureatr as our CEO. Before joining our team, Richard served as CEO of GQ Life Sciences, which he led to a successful acquisition by Aptean in 2016. As a respected healthcare industry thought leader, Richard speaks publicly on trends in technology. (Be sure to check out his TED Talk, “Welcome to the genomic revolution.”) Richard holds an M.B.A. from the MIT Sloan School of Management, an M.S. in Computer Science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and a B.S in Computer Science from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Dr. Ross is our Chief Medical Officer, a role in which he helps determine Cureatr’s clinical strategy, supports business development and market validation efforts and drives our research and measurement. A visionary physician and executive with more than 25 years of experience, Dr. Ross is a board-certified pediatrician and previously held executive positions at RxAnte, NaviNet, Prematics, and Varolii. Dr. Ross received his Bachelor of Science and MD from George Washington University, his master’s in healthcare administration from the Virginia Commonwealth University and was named “Top Doctor” by the Washingtonian Magazine.
Working with us means working toward better, safer, more effective medication use for everyone. We have the expertise, resources, and technology to make a difference in the lives of patients and physicians. If you have similar goals, perhaps we should work together?
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Getting patient medication regimens right is the single lowest-hanging fruit to drive better clinical and financial outcomes. Our vision is a world where people who need medications can access and use them safely and effectively so that they can live long healthy lives in the real world rather than the hospital.