About HealthLoop

Our Mission


Keeping doctors, patients and care-givers connected between visits with clinical information that is insightful, actionable, and engaging. Our peer-reviewed follow-up plans automate the routine aspects of care while tracking patient progress and monitoring clinical areas of concern. Our analytics engine sifts through and filters the deluge of patient-generated data in realtime, focusing the care team’s time and attention on patients who need them the most.


Jordan Shlain, MD


Dr. Jordan Shlain is a nationally recognized physician for his innovative approach to the delivery of healthcare. In addition to being a full time doctor and founder of HealthLoop, he has been appointed commissioner by the Mayor to the SF Health Service Systems Board and sits on the board of the bi-partisian Washington, DC policy think tank, Hope Street Group. He has been named one of the top 100 health care innovators by HealthSpottr. In addition to being a frequent speaker at various conferences; Health 2.0, RockHealth, Economist Big Ideas, Future med and UC Berkeley's Pre-Med 101, he consults with the investor community as a due diligence expert.


Todd Johnson

Chief Executive Officer

Todd is a serial healthcare information technology entrepreneur committed to building a great product, team and company. Todd has a proven track record of cultivating great ideas into great businesses while striving to build great company cultures and brands. Prior to joining HealthLoop, Todd was the founder and CEO of Salar, Inc. – a Baltimore, MD based provider of acute care physician charge capture and documentation solutions. Working with the nation’s leading medical centers and physicians, Salar grew profitably year after year before being sold in 2011.


Ben Rosner, MD, PhD

Chief Medical Informatics Officer

Dr. Rosner is a clinician, scientist, and entrepreneur. His industry roles have included Medical Director at Archimedes, Inc. where he guided mathematical modeling of physiologic and healthcare systems for pharma, voluntary health organizations, and biotech. In that role he has published high-impact studies in the peer reviewed literature, spoken on a national platform, and has been influential on the revision of clinical practice guidelines as well as on the opinions of payers and national policy makers in the smarter and more cost-effective design and practice of medicine. He has also served as Director of Research at early stage biotech start-ups guiding companies through Angel and Venture Capital investment rounds, and is a Kauffman Fellows Program Finalist. An internist, he currently sees patients at Kaiser Permanente in northern CA.


Harry Kirschner

Chief Revenue Officer

Harry has 15 years of experience leading product strategy and commercialization for solutions designed to improve healthcare provider’s financial, clinical, and operational performance. He is a purpose driven leader dedicated to improving how health care administrators, clinicians, patients, and other stakeholders collaborate more effectively to improve cost, quality, and outcomes. Prior to joining HealthLoop in early 2016, Harry was an Executive Director at The Advisory Board Company driving rapid and sustainable growth for the firm’s cost and operations solutions across a variety of roles spanning commercial operations and product development. He started his career at several high growth technology firms and as a consultant at Deloitte & Touche.


Mayank Thanawala

Chief Technology Officer

Mayank has 20 years of experience in implementing scientific and medical technology solutions. Building on his education in engineering and scientific computing at Cornell and Stanford, Mayank has developed a track record in creating scalable, secure software to manage, analyze and visualize biological and health data. Mayank has been with HealthLoop since April 2011, and is responsible for leading the engineering team and the information and software architecture of the HealthLoop Application. In his prior role at CardioDx, Mayank built a Clinician Access Portal for secure online access to test reports, and was responsible for the implementation of their CLIA-compliant Laboratory Information Management System. Prior to CardioDx, Mayank created a foundation in scientific software by building data management and analysis systems at biotech companies including DiaDexus and Incyte, and complemented that experience by working on large scale systems at Amazon and Walgreens.


Bevey Miner

Chief Marketing & Business Development Officer

Bevey has over 18 years of experience in health information technology having helped a number of startups enter new markets, launch new products and open up new channel opportunities. Before working with startups, Bevey lead Allscripts through many new product and market launches and served as Executive Director of the National ePrescribing Patient Safety Initiative (NEPSI) getting more than 150,000 physicians to adopt ePrescribing. Before moving into healthcare technology, Bevey was a key player with Citicorp leading the adoption of interstate banking and the first introduction of the ATM network, which ultimately led to the reform of our financial system and the advent of ubiquitous access to financial information.


Mandy Armitage, MD

Medical Director

Dr. Armitage has 10 years of clinical and writing experience. She is trained and board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine. She also has experience in medical communications, which includes medical marketing, clinician education, and advisory boards. She has been a featured speaker at a national conference for physicians seeking non-clinical careers.


Nina Gonzalez, MD, MPH

Medical Director

Dr. Gonzalez is a physician whose career has concentrated on the intersection of clinical medicine, population health and technology. Before starting at HealthLoop, she worked as a senior policy fellow for the FCC’s Connect2Health task force, driving their mission to expand broadband-enabled health solutions to underserved communities across the country. As a Preventive Medicine physician at Johns Hopkins, she worked on the optimization and analysis of ambulatory EMRs and online patient safety reporting tools and has published papers on these topics in the peer-reviewed literature.