Board of Directors
Jonathan R. Phillips
Jonathan R. Phillips, has been a Director of the Company since May 2005 and was appointed Chairman of the Board effective May 27, 2009.
Mr. Phillips is the founder and Managing Director of Healthcare Growth Partners, a provider of strategic and financial advisory services to healthcare technology companies. Mr. Phillips has completed nearly 60 transactions at HGP for over $1 billion in aggregate value. HGP was recognized in the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies for 2012 and 2013.
Prior to founding Healthcare Growth Partners, Mr. Phillips was a member of the Healthcare Investment Banking Group at William Blair and Company. Prior to William Blair, Mr. Phillips served in various roles in the healthcare practice of Deloitte Consulting where he provided strategic consulting to healthcare providers and other organizations.
Mr. Phillips serves on the Boards of Vivify Health, Conversio Health and Lightbeam Health Solutions. Mr. Phillips also serves on the nonprofit Board of the Ray Graham Association where he is a member of the Finance Committee.
Michael K. Kaplan
Michael K. Kaplan brings more than twenty years of healthcare experience as an operator, acquirer, venture investor, board member, consultant, and investment banker.
Prior to founding Altos Health Management, Mr. Kaplan was a partner at Three Arch Partners, a venture capital firm focused on healthcare. He was involved with 18 portfolio companies during nearly a decade at Three Arch.
Before joining Three Arch Partners, Mr. Kaplan was an operating executive at Blue Shield of California where he had a variety of roles, including Vice President of Corporate Development and Strategic Planning, Regional Chief Executive for Northern California, and Vice President of Business Transformation.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Kaplan was a Senior Manager in consulting for APM Incorporated/CSC Healthcare and a Financial Analyst at Kidder, Peabody & Co. Incorporated.
Mr. Kaplan received a BS in Business Administration with High Honors from Washington University in St. Louis and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar.
Allen Moseley has been a director of the company since August 2012.
Mr. Moseley has served as a General Partner at Noro Moseley Partners (NMP) since 1998 and leads the firm’s healthcare practice focused primarily in healthcare information technology, healthcare and medical devices. He currently represents NMP on the boards of various healthcare vendors, including Streamline Health.
Prior to joining NMP, Allen was in the corporate finance group at The Robinson-Humphrey Company, an investment banking firm previously owned by Citigroup and most recently acquired by SunTrust. Allen worked extensively in the healthcare and business services industries, advising on a number of initial public offerings, M&A transactions and private placements. He was also involved in R-H Capital Partners, the private equity investment arm of the firm. Previously, Allen held investment banking positions with Bowles Hollowell Conner & Company and Merrill Lynch & Co.
Allen currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Georgia Research Alliance and the Technology Association of Georgia. He was recently Chairman of Venture Atlanta and Chairman of the Technology Association of Georgia. Allen received a BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Prior to joining Streamline Health, David was CEO of iMDSoft, a provider of clinical information systems and electronic medical records for critical, perioperative and acute care organizations. Previously, he worked for 17 years at Cerner Corporation, serving as VP Managing Director of Cerner UK & Ireland, and later as SVP Worldwide Consulting. He led Cerner’s professional services in 24 countries and was accountable for every implementation and all consulting work done by Cerner.
David has a BA in Biophysics from University of California, Berkeley, and an MBA and MHA from the University of Missouri, Columbia.
Judy Starkey joined the Streamline Health Board of Directors in September 2014. Ms. Starkey is the Founder and former Chairperson of Chamberlin Edmonds & Associates (CEA), which she launched in 1986. Her company was acquired by Emdeon in 2010. She began her career in health service management, medical cost control and government systems with the Social Security Administration. While employed by the government, Ms. Starkey designed a management system that enabled states to comply with congressional and state regulations. She also designed and implemented a process that reduced the cost of administering the SSDIB program by several million dollars.
Ms. Starkey is an oft-honored expert in her field and is an advanced member of HFMA, has delivered Congressional testimony and presents at national/state forums of healthcare professionals. She currently serves on three not-for-profit boards including Baddour Memorial Center, Inc., The Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics and Emory Palliative Day Visiting Committee. Ms. Starkey received her BS degree in Psychology from Spring Hill College and her MS in Psychology from Georgia State University.
Michael Valentine has been a Director of the Company since October 2012.
Mr. Valentine has served as the CEO of Netsmart since May 2011. Prior to that position, he served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Cerner Corporation. He held a succession of business ownership roles during his 13 years at Cerner.
Prior to his role as COO, he maintained ownership of all client delivery and relationships for Cerner’s worldwide operations. This included serving as a driving force behind the advancements made in the predictable delivery of Cerner’s solutions to its clients—most notably the standardization and centralization of Cerner’s delivery mechanisms. Additionally, under his leadership, Cerner advanced its solutions through innovations with key client partners and other strategic partners.
Prior to joining Cerner, Mr. Valentine started and managed a Midwest-based technology solutions and services company. Before that, he was an executive in telecommunications and technology industry groups for seven years at Andersen Consulting.
Mr. Valentine earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Kansas State University.