Justin Doherty brings over 20 years of international experience in integrated facility management and software solutions for multiple industries across the UK, Europe and the USA. Justin previously owned and operated Axis Control Systems for over 10 years, where he started, grew and eventually sold the business. His main area of expertise is operational management and process improvement within the technological and healthcare field, with experience ranging from security systems to healthcare solutions and dementia home health care facilities.
Justin was previously CEO of Medical Mime, an InnovaQor company specializing in healthcare technologies for medical practices throughout the United States. He is currently a board member for Pathlogic.
Gerard Dab is a pioneer of the modern healthcare informatics industry – He is notably the co-founder of one of the world’s most innovative systems for the automation of clinical workflow in hospitals and medical facilities that had been originally developed at McGill University Royal Victoria Hospital.
His companies provided advanced software platforms that power clinical applications at point of care in hospitals and clinics developed at a cost of some fifty million dollars.
These applications offered advanced patient management clinical systems with full diagnostic and medical content including decision support that have been developed by senior McGill University practitioners and were used by more than 1000 clinicians and care givers in the US and Canada.
Prior to his work in the healthcare field, Mr. Dab worked for advertising giant Foote, Cone & Belding of Chicago following his graduation from McGill University. During the 1980s, he founded and was the managing partner of Productions Publi-Cité, a film and television finance company that helped raise some 100 million dollars in production money for independent film producers.
During the 1990s, Dab Communications was noted for producing weekly information programs on Canadian network television about investing, created with the support of Maryland Public Television and Louis Rukeyser, long-time host of Wall Street Week. The company also produced TV programming that tackled pressing global healthcare issues.