Asked by top-tier businesses to develop pragmatic digital health and well-being solutions to their real-life healthcare challenges, Halloran founded Palo Alto-based Mobile Health in 2012. By leveraging the mobile devices consumers already use daily, Mobile Health delivers personalized health improvement and cost management services directly to mobile devices using data-driven “IA" Intelligent Health Assistance.
Earlier in his career, he was the CEO and founder of Worldwide Compensation, Inc. (WWC), which was twice lauded by industry researchers at Gartner as the Best-in-Class Provider of Global Compensation Management for the Global 500. Acquired by Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) in 2010, Halloran continued to drive the company’s success post-merger, achieving more than 70% growth in the product line from 2010 to 2011. Before that, he was the Sales Leader – Western Region for Workscape’s benefits outsourcing business, prior to its acquisition by ADP.
Halloran holds an MBA from The Paul Merage School of Business at University of California, Irvine and a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of New Hampshire. Born in Massachusetts, he remains a Boston Red Sox fan and takes a break from the warm California weather by skiing with his family on weekends.
Throughout his 20-year career, Mobile Health CTO Ulrich Wiedmann has been managing complex system development including web applications, security, consumer and enterprise applications; distributed transaction management; and high-availability architecture. He has unique experience in wireless security encryption and was the key architect at Wireless Security Corporation (now McAfee) and Symantec. Prior to Mobile Health, Ulrich was Sr. Director of Development at Symantec, where he ran the Encryption Applications team. Wiedmann holds a Computer Science degree from Stanford University.
Wright is the Chief Product Officer at Mobile Health. Throughout his career, he has designed award-winning Human Resources (HR) web applications used by Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, Sun Microsystems and TD Bank Financial Group. He started at Apple, where he created some of the first-ever employee and manager self-service HR tools. Most recently, he was the Chief Product Officer at Worldwide Compensation (WWC) where he designed the product recognized as Best-in-Class for Global Compensation by Gartner in 2009 and 2011. He is a graduate of the University of California, Davis.
Terborgh joined Mobile Health in 2012 as CFO, a role he has previously held at four Bay Area companies. Successful exits include Wireless Security Corporation, which was sold to McAfee, Inc., in 2005; Worldwide Compensation, Inc. which was sold to Taleo/Oracle in 2010; and BioCision LLC, a manufacturer of laboratory equipment for the biotech industry. He holds a BA degree in Economics from Colby College and an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business. Terborgh is a licensed CPA in the state of California.
Chrissy has over 14 years experience in the healthcare industry, most recently as Director of Clinical Sales for Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield. While at Anthem Chrissy worked closely with national consulting firms to develop, operationalize and sell custom clinical models to national employers and managed federal government clinical programs. Chrissy has a Masters of Business Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Greg Fox brings more than 30 years of industry experience and his passion for helping companies develop cost-effective benefit and well-being strategies deliver outstanding value to his role as Vice President, Business Development.
Before joining Mobile Health in 2017, Fox spent 20+ years in executive positions at Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, CIGNA Healthcare, United Healthcare and Great-West Healthcare, driving sales expansion into new markets and managing national accounts. Based in the New York metro area, he holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the College of the Holy Cross.
Greg Armer is Vice President, Strategy and Growth at Mobile Health. He has extensive experience across the healthcare industry, having held marketing, sales, operations and account management positions at leading insurers.
Most recently, Armer helped with the formation of Anthem’s National Accounts business unit where he led the West Region Account Management team. His career began with the start-up of the nation’s first behavioral health insurer and as an entrepreneur at Managed Health Network.
He holds a B.A. in Political Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara and is an active Habitat for Humanity volunteer.
Amy Osterhagen has over 15 years experience in the Human Resource arena including Benefits Administration, Talent Management and Payroll. Amy has developed strategic channels for companies such as ADP, Workscape and Talx Corporation in terms of consulting, brokerage and product partners driving significant growth and revenue. Amy holds a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration from University Missouri - St.Louis.
Jill has been a consultant in the Talent Management and Healthcare Space working with clients like Dell, Cisco, and IBM to improve process and engagement through advanced technology. Prior to consulting Jill was a software developer implementing benefits enrollment, eligibility, and communication technology to Fortune 500 companies. Jill graduated with a Bachelors degree in Computer Science from the University of Akron.
George's career centers on digital experiences for healthcare & employee benefits. George headed the NetBenefits team at Fidelity where he worked to optimize retirement readiness and benefit use for 13 million employees. At Worldwide Compensation his team implemented global compensation. George served as CIO of Providence Medford Medical Center including physician practices for over 50 physicians.
George has a BA from the University of Chicago, an MBA from Southern Oregon University, and a Data Science Specialization from Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Emily Flood is Director of Client Support at Mobile Health, where she is focused on providing innovative solutions and strategies that help employers guide their employees to lower healthcare spending while increasing population well-being. Before joining Mobile Health in 2016, Flood was a Client Success Manager at Concur, a leader in integrated travel and expense management, and an Account Manager at RedBrick Health.
While at Concur, she was elected to the Client Development Advisory Board, representing the collective voice of her team. At RedBrick Health, she participated in the CRM development and implementation steering committee and worked closely with leadership and product managers to provide client-centric R&D requirements.
As a fundraising volunteer for the National MS Society, she has completed five annual 150-mile bike rides from Duluth to Minneapolis, Minnesota. Flood earned her bachelor’s degree from Lawrence University in Clinical Psychology and French.
Annie joined Mobile Health in 2017 with almost a decade of increasing responsibility for client success. Previously, she was an Account Executive with RedBrick Health, where she managed the top three clients; led in the sale and implementation of its first government programs; and served as a health management subject matter expert for brokers, employer groups and health system employers.
Earlier in her career she was a Project Manager at Mediture and managed the implementation and training of an EHR and claims processing application plus built a maturity model to measure the optimization of applications users by platform. Before that, she was a Product Specialist at Optum Health Oncology Solutions with responsibility for the maintenance and growth of a $2.4M payer business. She is a graduate of Carleton College in Northfield, Minn. with a Bachelor of Arts degree in biology.
Prior to Mobile Health, D’Arcy worked for Google Inc.'s Legal Department where she managed the development and maintenance of internal tools. Her role also involved analyzing international legal process and resolving country-specific issues with international offices. Previously D’Arcy worked as a proofreader, formatter, and plain language editor for Transcend Translations. A certified community conflict mediator, D’Arcy graduated Summa Cum Laude from Willamette University where she majored in Anthropology and French and minored in Spanish.
DR. DENNIS ROHAN
Since 1973, Dr. Rohan has been a lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business teaching in the areas of entrepreneurship and business strategy. He received his Ph.D. in Engineering from Yale. He Co-Founded McAfee Wireless Security (formerly Wireless Security Corporation) in 2002 and served as its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Over a period of 30 years, Dr. Rohan served as Chairman and/or Chief Executive Officer for seven successful technology based companies including Global Internet Software, Cohesive Technology Solutions, FX Development Group, Infometrics, Inc. and Worldwide Compensation, Inc. Dr. Rohan is a Limited Partner in Alloy Ventures.
DR. J. CHRISTIAN FOX
Dr. J. Christian Fox is a practicing Emergency Room Physician and a Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine at UC Irvine School of Medicine. He received his medical degree from Tufts University. Dr. Fox has 36 peer reviewed publications, has written three text books, and has given hundreds of lectures on topics including bringing Emergency Ultrasound to the ER to drive higher quality and cost effective care.
Bruce has more than 30 years of experience in the high-tech industry, including venture investing, general management and investment banking. Bruce joined the Pitango team as a Managing Director with the combination of the Eucalyptus and Pitango management groups in April 2000. Bruce holds a B.Sc. and an M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from MIT, and an M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Michael retired as the Senior Vice President & General Manager of Employee Benefits Group for Sun Life Financial. Sun Life Financial is the largest provider of Medical Stop Loss Insurance to Employers in the U.S. He helped to grow Sun Life’s revenue from several hundred million to over $2.4 Billion over the past nineteen years. Michael has extensive experience in understanding healthcare risk and financing.
Mr. Casey retired from Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in December 2013 where he served as Senior Vice President for Individual and Group Business. In this role, he was responsible for the growth and profitability of thirteen individual Blue Cross and Blue Shield Companies with total revenues from these companies exceed $25 billion with operating profits in excess of $2.2 billion.
His responsibilities included the management of thirteen Plan Presidents, development and implementation of strategic initiatives for each organization, product strategy for group and individual markets, pricing and underwriting, provider contracting, and government relations. The role is defined by balancing corporate strategic initiatives with local market presence resulting in membership and operating gain growth.
Mr. Casey serves on a variety of corporate and not for profit Boards of Directors. Corporate Boards include Chairman, DDI Ireland, Equian Inc., Indiana Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center Inc., and Health Resources Inc. He also serves on several community and educational based Boards of Directors, including as a founding member of VBP, Indy an Indianapolis based Charter School, Vice Chair, Cathedral High School, and Past Chair of the Indiana March of Dimes. He was appointed by the Indiana Commissioner of Insurance as the Chairman of the Indiana Comprehensive Health Insurance High Risk Pool in 2007, and continues to serve in that role today.
He holds a B.S.B.BA. in Management from Georgetown University, an M.B.A. from The Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and a C.L.U. from The American College.