Physician Digital Health entrepreneur. Extensive cross-functional experience with pragmatic innovation in Digital Health strategy and execution gained through working for and with leading global brands and world-class organizations, start-ups, R&D, and academia in the U.S. and 24 developed and emerging economy countries.
Highly differentiated expertise bringing together clinical and business, science and technology, creative UX and product development, marketing and sales, operations and ecosystem teams in centralized, co-located, and decentralized multi-national environments.
CLINICAL PRACTICE: Search & Rescue Flight Surgeon (Major, Ret.), Primary Care Physician, Senior Resident (Pediatrics).
THOUGHT LEADERSHIP: Published, presented, and led workshops around the world on technology innovation and practice in industry events, public sector, and academia.
1988 - Present R&D Ribitzky Founder & CEO
2014 – 2016 SPH Analytics Co-Founder, SVP Product Management, SVP Technology Services
2013 – 2014 Symphony Health Solutions VP Provider Products
2005 – 2008 Intel Sr. Healthcare Strategist
2001 – 2005 Eclipsys Sr. Director Medical Sales Support, VP Prototype Development, VP Demo Systems Group, VP Emerging Technologies, VP Advanced Research
2000 – 2001 Medicalis USA, Inc. CEO
1999 – 2000 Metalogics Chief Medical Officer & Sr. Technology Director
1995 – 1998 Marcus Center at Emory University CIO
1992 – 1995 University of Massachusetts Medical Center CIO
1987 – 1992 Boston Children’s Hospital Sr. Programmer Analyst, Clinical Views Team Leader, Director of Applications, Acting Director Research Computing
1983 – 1987 Kaplan Hospital, Resident, Sr. Resident Pediatrics
1983 – 1987 Dr. Ribitzky Clinic Owner, Primary Care Physician
1977 – 1984 IDF Medical Officer, Air Force Flight Surgeon, Clinic Commander (Major, Ret.)
2012 – 2013 Kigali Health Institute (KHI), Rwanda Visiting Professor, eHealth
2011 – 2012 Kigali Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Rwanda Visiting Professor, Rockefeller eHealth Center
1997 – 1998 Emory School of Public Health, Assistant Professor, Center for Clinical Evaluation Sciences
1992 – 1995 University of Massachusetts Medical School, Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
1989 – 1990 Harvard School of Public Health, Preceptor, Health Policy and Management
1987 – 1992 Harvard Medical School, Research Fellow, Medical Informatics
1985 – 1987 IBM Haifa Scientific Center, Visiting Scientist
1985 – 1987 Weizmann Institute, Visiting Scientist, Applied Mathematics
1984 – 1987 The Hebrew University and Hadassah Medical School, Clinical Instructor, Pediatrics at Kaplan Hospital