Meet Our Board of Directors
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As Principal Director for Industry Clouds at Microsoft, Sean Alexander oversees global business and technical strategy. For over 20 years, he has led multidisciplinary teams working on advanced solutions including Windows, Xbox, Microsoft AI, developer tools, and enterprise platforms. Over the years he has been recognized with multiple patents and a technical Emmy® award for his work.
Before joining Microsoft, Sean co-founded three internet startups, including a tech incubator advancing early web usage and streaming media technology via grants from Microsoft and Williams Corp. This early pioneering work would lead Sean to help found multiple business and product lines at Microsoft for which he was a regular presenter at public and private events with the Chairman and multiple CEOs of Microsoft.
Sean is also a trustee of his alma mater, The University of Tulsa, a graduate of the joint Microsoft/Kellogg School of Business Leadership Program, and a member of the Executive Leadership Council of Tulsa Innovation Labs.
Ryan L. Campbell
As an experienced leader of more than 35 years of professional experience, Ryan Campbell has spent 25 years in management roles including senior and executive level positions. He has worked in the healthcare information industry for the past decade proceeded by nearly twenty years in the trust and investments industry.
Prior to venturing into the Consulting realm, Ryan ran operations for the Oklahoma HIE MyHealth Access Network where he demonstrated a record of accomplishment in building highly effective collaborative teams, managing groups through transition and change, and resolving problems with innovative approaches by leveraging technology and strong process management.
Bruce Lawrence is a highly regarded industry luminary with more than 25 years of transformative healthcare leadership and management experience.
Bruce served as President and CEO of INTEGRIS Health, Oklahoma’s largest healthcare system, for eight years, and prior to that, as Chief Operating Officer and president of the central Oklahoma division for seven years. He retired in December 2017. Bruce differentiated his tenure as CEO by leading a team dedicated to increasing access and market penetration beyond traditional hospital care while achieving measured improvements in quality, high reliability and value for patients. Bruce created INTEGRIS Health Partners, a physician-led, clinically integrated network that quickly grew to 1,200 physicians. He was also instrumental in moving INTEGRIS into virtual care and eHealth solutions. Bruce displays a genuine passion for leveraging technology designed to lower costs while innovating consumer-centric models that increase access and improved quality care.
Bruce served for three years as a member of the American Hospital Association Board of Directors, as part of the Executive and Compensation Committees and as Chair of the Operations Committee. In addition, he chaired the AHA Region VII Policy Board. Bruce recently joined the Board of Hillcrest Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma and also serves on the Board of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce. He is also the past chair of the Oklahoma Hospital Association and former Board member of Vizient, the largest organization in the healthcare dedicated to connecting members with expertise to accelerate performance.
Bruce received an MS in Health Care Administration from Trinity University in San Antonio, a BA from the University of Arkansas and is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE).
President and CEO
As President and CEO, Mark drives the strategic execution of Verinovum’s vision to deliver data enrichment solutions for some of the most complex organizations in healthcare, including health plans, ACOs, CINs, and other risk-bearing entities.
Mark has more than 20 years of executive healthcare experience. Prior to his role at Verinovum, he served as CEO of Agilum, a healthcare cost accounting solution. Mark has launched a number of successful startup ventures, including ProviderLink, where he facilitated the sale to Covisint, and subsequently served as an executive leader in the healthcare division. Mark is a nationally recognized thought leader and speaker, covering topics including mobility, analytics, interoperability challenges, and care coordination in healthcare.
Board of Directors Member
David Muntz is a highly respected leader with more than 30 years’ experience in the healthcare industry.
David began his career at Wadley Research Institute and Blood Bank in Dallas, TX, where he rose up the ranks from biostatistician to CIO and ultimately to CEO. He then served as SVP and CIO at Texas Health Resources for 15 years and at Baylor Health Care System for five years.
In 2012, David accepted a White House appointment to serve as the first Principal Deputy National Coordinator at the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) and was also Chief of Staff and CIO through 2013.
David was named Innovator of the Year by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) at two separate employers. His organizations were recognized nationally for innovation in information technology for more than 25 years in a row, including during his time in the federal government. In 2014, the CHIME Board presented David with its CIO Legacy Award.
David received an MBA from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas and an AB from Columbia College in New York City.
Mike Noshay, MSE
Chief Strategy & Marketing Officer, Board Member
Mike Noshay, Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer at Verinovum, has an extensive background of over 15 years, encompassing finance, business, entrepreneurship, and healthcare. Mike’s passion for healthcare stems from his firsthand experience around the significant impact that clean, actionable data has on patient care and provider and payer quality measures.
As a co-founder of Verinovum, Mike is responsible for all prospective client interactions, including client success and support, strategic planning, marketing, and business development. He is also on Verinovum’s Board of Directors. His extensive knowledge of healthcare and technology stems from his tenure helping build one of the countries earliest Health Information Exchanges.
Mike holds a Masters in Entrepreneurship and is a former Teach for America Corps member. He lives in Tulsa with his brilliant wife and vivacious twin children. His goal each day is to honor the immense privilege he’s been given and pay it forward as much as possible.
Board of Directors Observer
Reid Spears manages investments in private equity, venture capital funds, direct deals for the George Kaiser Family Foundation. Mr. Spears is also involved in the Foundation’s local economic development efforts and was previously board chair of 36 Degrees North, a support organization for entrepreneurs and high-growth startups.
Originally from Tulsa, Mr. Spears graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a B.A. in Economics and the Program of Liberal Studies. In his free time he enjoys exercising, discovering new restaurants with his wife, and building Magna-Tile castles with his two young sons.
Board of Directors Member
Robert is responsible for the financial administration and management of the George Kaiser Family Foundation’s investment portfolio. Before joining the Foundation, he was a portfolio manager for the Bill Gates investment office, which invests the personal assets of Mr. Gates as well as the assets of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Robert is also currently the Board Chair for both City Year Tulsa and Undercroft Montessori School.
Art Wilmes, FSA, MAAA
Board of Directors Observer
Art is a retired Principal with the Indianapolis office of Milliman. He joined the firm in 1980 and was a Principal in and founder of the Indianapolis Health and Pharmaceutical Management Consulting Practice, which he created in 2007. He spent his entire career with Milliman, and retired December 31, 2017.
Art’s area of expertise is strategic planning, contract strategy, market analysis, and healthcare management. His former client base included pharmaceutical and device manufacturers, integrated health systems, insurance carriers, venture capital fund managers, and “big data” companies. His research into advanced analytics of market, clinical, and actuarial data put him in demand for clients interested in how the changing healthcare landscape may affect them and their business, with a focus on how business operations can be better managed through advanced analytics and operational optimization.
Art received a BA in Actuarial Sciences from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.
Verinovum has a proprietary Data Curation Platform that can help healthcare organizations make data more actionable, more powerful, and more valuable.