Mr. Shaull is an experienced health SaaS and technology startup leader. Before starting OmniLife Health, Dalton held positions at Higher Learning Technologies, Stryker, and Intuitive, in a variety of sales-related roles. Mr. Shaull brings a strong network of hospital and healthcare professionals and a strong venture network. Mr. Shaull’s connected purpose to transplantation stems from a nerve transplant he received to restore function to a paralyzed arm that was a result of a life-threatening motor vehicle accident.
Chief Commercial Officer
Ms. Bymark serves as the Chief Commercial Officer for OmniLife Health leading the company’s growth strategy to drive sustainable growth. Ms. Bymark is a seasoned executive with more than 25 years of experience across multiple disciplines in the healthcare and service industries and has strategically positioned three private healthcare companies from growth to acquisition. Prior to OmniLife, Dyan was Vice President of Solutions and Strategy and Product and Marketing for Teladoc Health and previously served in various management and leadership roles at ScriptSave, Cigna Healthcare, Thomson Reuters and PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
Mr. Pahl is a health informatics expert in organ failure and transplantation. He leads the information data services, analytics, security, privacy, and compliance for OmniLife Health. Mr. Pahl served as principal investigator for more than $2M in NIH-funded research projects with the company from 2018-2022. Prior to OmniLife, he worked with Digital Diagnostics during the clinical trials and first FDA approval for a fully autonomous artificial intelligence diagnostic medical device for diabetic retinopathy.
Senior Vice President, Sales
Mr. Stafford serves as senior vice president of sales at OmniLife where he oversees all sales operations nationwide. Prior to joining OmniLife Health, Mr. Stafford served as Director of Sales at PulseData, a Health IT company focused on providing solutions to patients with end-stage organ failure with a focus on chronic kidney disease (CKD). Prior to PulseData, Mr. Stafford held several sales leadership positions in health IT across multiple digital health sectors including telehealth, remote patient monitoring, homecare, electronic health record management, clinical workflow, and revenue cycle management.
Business Advisory Board
Mr. Winandy is a health IT and serial SaaS start-up CEO. Mr. Winandy has been an executive leader in four successful technology startups, each of which were named to the prestigious Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing businesses and concluded with successful exits. Prior to joining OmniLife Health, Paul was the CEO of WebPT, the #1 electronic medical record platform for physical therapists, growing the company from early revenue to over $40 million of annual revenue and a significant acquisition.
Mr. Sorg is a serial entrepreneur and senior leader in the health IT space. Prior to joining OmniLife Health, Mr. Sorg was Chief Operating Officer at TractManager, where he was responsible for delivery operations of all products, professional services, data analytics and client support, as well as four acquisitions and two strategic partnerships and the acquisition of TractManager by Symplr. Prior to TractManager/Symplr, Mr. Sorg served as SVP at Trizzeto, acquired by Cognizant and as VP of National Practices at Cerner Coporation, acquired by Oracle.
Mr. Anhoury is a proven Founder/CEO and Sales and Marketing Executive with 35 years of business experience across many different industries including Information Technology, SaaS, CyberSecurity, Internet Fraud, Entertainment, Real Estate Development, General Aviation, Mining, Professional Engineering, Healthcare IT and Angel Investing. Several of the organizations that Mr. Anhoury has been involved with have been acquired by private and public companies. Mr. Anhoury is actively involved with several organizations/institutions across multiple industries as a Board Member, Advisor or Contributor.
Frank L. Poggio
Mr. Poggio founded and retired as CEO/President of The Kelzon Group, a firm that focused on health information systems issues. Mr. Poggio has over forty-five years of experience in the health care industry having been a hospital CIO and CFO, software entrepreneur, and industry consultant. Prior to The Kelzon Group, he was General Manager of Mediware, Inc. a St. Louis based clinical laboratory software company acquired by Cerner Inc. He was an EVP at Pharmacy Data Systems, which was acquired by QuadraMed Inc. in 2002. In 1980 Mr. Poggio founded Health Micro Data Systems (HMDS), a start-up venture specializing in client server based systems for health care organizations. HMDS’ clinical and financial software was installed in over 120 hospitals and other health facilities around the country. HMDS merged with Citation in 1992 and went public on NASDAQ. Prior to founding HMDS, Mr. Poggio held CFO and CIO positions at University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics.