A seasoned health technology veteran with more than 20 years of experience, Mike has a stellar track record when it comes to entrepreneurial success and innovation. Prior to founding Patient identification Platform to address the serious challenges around how patients are identified and enrolled in clinical trials, Mike spent nearly ten years as CEO & Chairman of eHealth Technologies (eHT). At eHT, he developed and launched two first-to-market solutions that revolutionized how data is aggregated and shared in support of referrals for care.
Mike Wilkinson, Ph.D.
Mike is responsible for Patient iP’s growth and innovation strategy, design and development of the company’s clinical research products and services, and overall corporate operating efficiency. Mike has extensive executive leadership experience in both clinical and technology roles at large global companies in the pharmaceutical industry. Previous positions include EVP and Chief Information Officer, EVP of Global Clinical Development and Global Head of Internal Medicine. Prior to his life sciences career, Mike spent 23 years in the U.S. military in roles such as Aerospace Physiologist, White House Liaison Officer, and Navy SEAL. Mike holds a doctorate degree in physiological optics from Indiana University, a master’s degree from Penn State University and a bachelor’s degree from Ohio University.
Ann is an executive leader with extensive experience in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries. She has held management positions at Pfizer Inc., Bausch & Lomb and Fisons Pharmaceuticals. Her broad expertise includes information technology, regulatory affairs, quality management, medical affairs, identity management and strategic operations. In her role as Chief Information & Compliance Officer at Patient identification Platform, Ann is responsible for software development, deployment and integration, and oversees every facet of compliance.
Nicole will utilize her 27 years industry experience to continue her passion for transforming the clinical trial industry by helping CROs and Sponsors enhance their protocol designs and assess the feasibility of their enrollment criteria by leveraging Patient iP’s real world patient data. Nicole will also engage directly with sites, large pharma and small biotech companies in preparing for change in the industry through consulting on regulatory guidance such as ICH E6 R2, learning to select and harness technology to drive optimization and efficiencies and assisting them in ensuring their strategy, structure, process and vendors adhere to the principles in new regulatory guidance. Nicole previously held positions at PPD in clinical operations and as head of the risk-based monitoring initiative as well as at clinical trial sites. Nicole has presented to the FDA and represented her organization in ACRO’s CRO Forum as a vocal participant in interactions with TransCelerate Biopharma on both RBM and eSource. Nicole has written several articles and white papers and served as a panelist and speaker at numerous conferences on RBM, ICH E6 R2 and Centralized Monitoring. Nicole has a BS from Texas A&M University.
Stacy’s focus is on transforming Patient iP’s data into the critical clinical insights our customers need to ensure success. Stacy comes to Patient iP with a background in healthcare, clinical trials, and biomedical informatics. She holds a BS from Marquette University in Milwaukee, an MS from University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio and is graduating from the School of Biomedical Informatics at the University of Texas-Health in Spring 2018. Stacy was previously Vice President of Performance Optimization in the Technology, Innovation and Performance group at PPD where she oversaw a global team of individuals with skills in Business Process Management, Learning Services, Performance Analytics and Change Management. Stacy also held various roles in Clinical Operations at PPD including leadership roles as the head of Project Management Performance and the Therapeutic Head of Endocrine/metabolic, Immunology, Urology and Women’s Health. Stacy also has experience in academics as an Assistant Professor at UT Health in San Antonio, Texas. Stacy started her career in healthcare working with patients in private practice dentistry as a dental hygienist.
Connie is a former pharmaceutical sales executive and benefits consultant that now focuses her efforts on finding the best industry talent to help early stage clinical and health technology companies accelerate growth. As Executive Director of Organization Management at Patient identification Platform, Connie is responsible for the identification, hiring and on-boarding of team members and also manages the company’s benefits portfolio., deployment and integration, and oversees every facet of compliance.