A Better Way For Healthcare
eLuminate Health was created out of the belief that all healthcare stakeholders can benefit from transparency, information, and choice. By designing an open system where healthcare participants can connect and choose, eLuminate Health offers a progressive healthcare experience that increases satisfaction and effectiveness.
- A free market healthcare system depends on transparency, which gives every stakeholder the opportunity to be more satisfied and successful.
- Healthcare decisions are unique and personal. Quality, customer satisfaction, and pricing information are critical components for making decisions as purchasers and providers.
- Aligned incentives between payers, providers, and consumers improve effectiveness.
- Consumers value and deserve to have abundant and informed choices in healthcare.
- The current healthcare ecosystem is unsustainable. This can be addressed by collective support for innovation that may require everyone to change a little, but also gives everyone an equal opportunity to be more successful.
Peter ensures that eLuminate Health operates at scale. This includes everything from enrolling new providers and payers to ensuring that all of our users receive the support they need to make smart decisions about their care.
Prior to joining eLuminate Health, Peter worked for Cerner, a leading EMR company, where he was responsible for business strategy and solution design for several products.
Peter attended Princeton University, where he graduated with a BSE in Operations Research and Financial Engineering.
Chief Technology Officer
Brian’s highly regarded expertise and skills in the oversight and development of mobile applications, software project management, user interface design, and business intelligence make him an ideal Chief Technology Officer for eLuminate Health’s culture of innovation.
As a product innovator with almost 30 years of experience developing and leading engineering teams, Brian works with eLuminate Health’s team to build outstanding software solutions.
Brian developed his experience at major firms such as Boeing and General Dynamics. As an entrepreneur, he has helped to develop a wide range of successful B2C and B2B products for upstarts such as Timbuktu, Replica, Netopia Virtual Office, Formula One, Actuate e.Spreadsheet, and BIRT onDemand. Additionally, in 2008 Brian developed Grocery iQ, a mobile application ranked 7th overall in the Apple App Store after its release.
Brian is a Computer Science graduate of Kansas State University.
Michael Yim is a seasoned executive, investor, and senior advisor for multiple entrepreneurial ventures. Michael most recently was the COO/CFO at PhoneFactor, Inc. which was acquired by Microsoft in 2012. Prior to that Michael was the VP of Marketing, then CFO, at Positive Networks, which was acquired in 2008 by ANXeBusiness. Michael has over 20 years of broad experience in sales, finance, legal, business development, marketing, operations and general management at leading corporations like H&R Block, Procter & Gamble, Burlington Industries, and Lee Apparel. Michael is an active investor in companies including Front Flip, Heatmax (acquired by Kobayashi Pharm Co Ltd), CADMEY Water, and others. Michael graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a degree in Polymer and Textile Chemistry, and earned an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Board of Directors
Tom DeBacco is co-founder of iModules Software where he served as its President and CEO from 2002 to 2012. An industry leader and successful entrepreneur, Tom developed international operations for Innovative Software, Informix Software, and Fox Software.
Mark is a Co-founder and Operating Partner of Silverhawk Capital Partners. Mark has served as chairman and director for companies such as Texas Petrochemicals, Inc., American Italian Pasta Co., British Salt Holdings, LLC, US Salt, LLC, and Grinding Systems, LLC. B.S. in Industrial Management from Georgia Tech; M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
Curtis is Chairman, Managing Director and a founder of Prairie Capital, and has more than twenty years’ experience in founding and growing successful private companies. Before forming Prairie Capital, he practiced law for a decade. Curtis has served on the boards of many organizations, both charitable and for profit. B.S. in Life Sciences, Kansas State University; J.D. University of Virginia.