Paul Casey has 40 years of public and private sector senior management experience across a variety of industries, including airlines, tourism, and software. Throughout his notable career, Mr. Casey has leveraged his unique multi-functional expertise to drive significant business value creation and expansion.
During his five years as CEO for Hawaiian Airlines, the company increased revenues by 60% through operational growth and innovative marketing. In addition to strong expertise in sales and marketing, Mr. Casey has also demonstrated unequivocal proficiency in the areas of finance, operations, and commercialization.
Aaron Green is a talented senior Healthcare Technology executive with 20+ years of transformational leadership in strategic planning, M&A, product development, service, and support operations. Prior to joining OneMedNet, he served most recently at Change Healthcare, acquired by Optum Insight (a United Health Group company), as Vice President Cloud Solutions.
Before Optum Insight, Green worked for more than 5 years at Change Healthcare as the General Manager of both the Cardiology and Radiology Business Units, as well as the SVP and Chief Growth Officer of the Medical Imaging Group. Prior to Change Healthcare he spent 15 years with McKesson growing to Division Vice President, Sales where he led an organization of executives, salespeople and staff, across the US, Canada, and the US government territories.
Aaron holds a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from the University of Victoria, British Columbia, a Systems Analyst Diploma from Royal Roads University, British Columbia, and a Business Administration and Management certificate from the Wharton School.
Dr. Jeffrey Yu is a board-certified radiologist and is also fellowship-trained and board-certified in nuclear medicine. In 2006, he was part of a small group that recognized there was a need to develop electronic sharing technology to help imaging specialists move patient imaging studies quickly, securely, and cost-effectively across the Hawaiian Islands.
Dr. Yu’s early research and development led to the BEAM solution which helped improve care and outcomes for stroke and trauma patients. In 2009, he started OneMedNet Corporation to commercialize the BEAM product. Since that time, Dr. Yu has remained an integral part of the strategic decision-making within OneMedNet.
Dr. Yu received his BS at U.C. Berkeley, MD at Wake Forest University, and completed his radiology residency and nuclear medicine fellowship at the Mallinckrodt Institute at Washington University.
Ms. Embree is a Certified Professional Accountant with 18 years of senior-level business experience. During this time, she has gained very strong and impactful business competencies within: administrative & financial management, financial accountability, and communication & strategic partnerships. Previous to OneMedNet, she was the Director of Finance for Equicare Health, and an Accounting Manager with Haemonetics Corporation (NYSE: HAE).
Lisa has a Bachelor of Science (BSc) from Simon Fraser University, Business Administration (BA) from British Columbia Institute of Technology, and is a member of the Certified Public Accountants of Canada.
Steven Chartier is an experienced and proven product development leader with a focus on transformative data technology within the healthcare space. Mr. Chartier has broad and deep product knowledge in life sciences across the full clinical trial spectrum, from protocol development to post market surveillance.
Most recently, Mr. Chartier was the Senior Director of Technology with Calyx, an Enterprise Software as a Service (SaaS) provider. He developed data and analytics strategies and unified 1,000’s of heterogeneous data silos into one data platform to optimize delivery of Medical Imaging (MI) services. Prior to that, he was Director of Technology at Parexel, one of the world's leading global clinical research organizations (CRO). At Parexel, he introduced their first data hub and analytics warehouse, unifying clinical data from > 3,000 clinical trials, and led a program to dramatically improve electronic data capture (EDC) quality.
Steven received his BS in Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Cornell, and his MS in Computer Science from Boston University