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Leadership team

​​We are inventors, clinicians, fortune 500 leaders, scientists and more 

Senscio is led by a diverse group of committed individuals who take great pride in working with each other to address a significant global problem - aging with good health and joy.  

Piali De

Piali De, PhD
​Chief Executive Officer

Meet Piali

Piali De is the CEO and co-founder of Senscio Systems. She is the co-inventor of Senscio’s patented Scio™ framework, the artificially intelligent inference engine that contextualizes data in any domain into actionable intelligence. Built upon Scio, Senscio Systems’ Ibis Health Program is a complex chronic care management system designed to improve self-management for patients with complex chronic conditions designed to enable coordination with multiple care team members resulting in early intervention to avoid complications. It provides the perfect balance between technology and personal touch for individuals with complex health needs, resulting in fewer avoidable hospital admissions and improved health outcomes.

A recognized thought leader in digital health innovation, Piali is a frequent and eloquent speaker and guest lecturer at digital health summits and health care conferences, including HFMA, HIMSS, The MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge , Medical Development Group, MedSpeaks, and Health Innovators.

​Prior to Senscio Systems, Piali was an Engineering Fellow at Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems. At Raytheon, she developed a system called Confluence™, designed to deliver knowledge-based decision support for public safety missions, pandemic crisis, natural disaster responses, military missions, and situations that require multiple organizations to analyze data simultaneously and respond in immediate unison.

Mike Charley

Mike Charley
Chief Operating Officer

Meet Mike

Mike Charley joined Senscio Systems in early 2014 and has served in a variety of leadership roles including SVP, Business Development, Chief Growth Officer, EVP, Operations and now as the Chief Operating Officer and Chief of Staff. In his current role he has accountability for all areas of Service Delivery including operations and logistics, HR, Financial Management, Contracting, Legal and other Compliance areas. As the Chief of Staff Mike coordinates routine staff responsibilities and assists all members of the Senscio Leadership Team with day to day issues impacting the company.

Prior to joining Senscio Systems, Mike had over 25 years of business leadership experience across all functional areas. Working in leadership roles in both Fortune 100 Companies and small businesses, his broad background and national/international network provides a firm foundation for current business success at Senscio.

A graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Mike served for 20+ years as a Naval Aviator, commanding both afloat and ashore squadrons and served in numerous tours in Washington D.C. Following retirement from the Navy, he worked in both defense and commercial
businesses, with more than 6 years specifically focused on scaling of successful entrepreneurial companies.
Mike and his wife Sherry live in Gulf Breeze, FL and enjoy traveling, hiking and outdoor activities in all seasons.​

Tom Arneman

Tom Arneman
Chief Business Officer

Meet Tom

​Tom is a healthcare technology business builder and thought leader creating value at the intersection of patients, manufacturers and providers. Tom’s experience includes a combination of building companies from scratch and expanding the healthcare footprint of leading multinationals. 

Following the exit of two successful digital health companies, Tom grew the business of the acquiring companies by multiple factors. As healthcare and technology converge, his mission is to support global healthcare and life science clients adapt business practices and apply digital health technologies. 

Keiron Stoddart

Keiron Stoddart
​Chief Technology Officer

Meet Keiron

Keiron is a data scientist with a passion for social entrepreneurship. He received his B.S. in physics from Allegheny College and his M.S. in machine learning from Columbia University. At Senscio Systems, Keiron leverages Scio and Warbler to learn the habits, identify the care gaps, and predict the adverse health events of Ibis users.

Keiron's other research includes the algorithmic detection of lies from acoustic data and the effects of temperature on the magnetic behavior of inorganic compounds. 

​In his free time, Keiron can be found riding his bike, reading a book or grabbing a drink with friends.

Ami O'Grady

Ami O'Grady
VP, Member Services

Meet Ami

Ami O'Grady, Vice President of Ibis Services, leads the service delivery team dedicated to supporting members of the Ibis Health Program. A graduate of Rivier University, Ami boasts a robust 25-year tenure in the healthcare sector, rooted in a foundation of nursing expertise.

Her journey through healthcare has been marked by a trail of successes, having held pivotal leadership positions across a spectrum of start-ups, including home healthcare and rehabilitation facilities.

Passionate about crafting top-tier healthcare solutions, Ami finds joy in assembling and nurturing high-functioning teams that excel in scaling and delivering unparalleled service quality. Ami promotes a team-based approach and fosters a supportive, collaborative environment, ensuring that Ibis members receive care in the most empathetic and supportive manner possible.

A long-time resident of Massachusetts, Ami cherishes spending time with her family both at home and traveling.

Karthik Ravindran, MD

Karthik Ravindran, MD
Medical Director

Meet Karthik

Karthik Ravindran is a chronic care specialist and population health director with Senscio Systems. He works with the talented team at Senscio to help build out the chronic disease management and population health aspects of Senscio. He is also an assistant professor and adult internal medicine primary care provider at Tufts Medical Center in Framingham and Boston, MA.

He graduated with an MD from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2010 and completed his Internal Medicine residency at Brown University/Rhode Island Hospital in 2013. He is also the Clinical Health Information System lead for the three Tufts Medical Center Community Care practices. He is also on the board of directors and the Clerk/Treasurer of the Metrowest Healthcare Alliance the Local Care Organization servicing the Metrowest/Boston market. He is the lead for population health data and analytics at the Tufts Medical Center practice in Framingham and for the Metrowest Healthcare Alliance.

During his time at Tufts, he has spearheaded the telehealth initiatives during the COVID outbreak as well as served as the Clinical Lead for the Tufts Medicine Integrated Network, helping to identify and address clinical and population health needs.He is very interested in reducing primary care burn out. He has served on the Massachusetts Health and Hospital Association’s Clinician burnout committee.

In his spare time, he enjoys playing video games, traveling, working on cars and spending time with his wife, son and daughter, not necessarily in that order.

Amy Weber

Amy Weber
VP, Clinical Services

Meet Amy

Amy is Vice President of Clinical Services for the Ibis Health Program. An Adult Nurse Practitioner focused on delivering high quality clinical care to Ibis Program Members, Amy also serves as a supervising provider for the program.

Throughout her nursing career, Amy has served in a variety of clinical roles in academia as well as community-based practice settings. She has a strong clinical background in Geriatrics, Gastroenterology, Neurology and Sleep Medicine, with a special interest in Alzheimer’s disease and Related Dementia’s. Amy also has a background in Nursing Education, having served on faculty at the University of Kansas and Avila University Schools of Nursing. 

Amy completed her undergraduate studies at the Medical College of Georgia and her graduate studies at the University of Kansas School of Nursing.

Sal Renzo

Sal Renzo,

VP, Finance

Meet Sal

Salvatore Renzo has held several leadership positions for healthcare organizations and has advised on strategic initiatives, provided guidance on the financial impact of regulatory changes on service lines and programs, and served in interim management roles for organizations during corporate reorganizations and financial restructurings. He has extensive experience in mergers & acquisitions and private placements and has assisted clients raise capital for acquisitions and growth initiatives.

Gary Janko

Gary Janko

VP, Compliance and Quality

Meet Gary

Gary has deep experience in health care with a career spanning over 40 years focused in patient
services, finance, regulatory compliance, and internal controls.

As president and chief operating officer at Bay State Health Care, Gary pioneered the first IPA-HMO model that changed the health insurance landscape in New England. Following Bay State, he co-founded Atlantic Associates where he directed the design and implementation of over 35 primary and specialty care facilities as well as turnkey satellite practices for hospital systems. Merging Atlantic into Access Partners, Inc., he served as president, building a full service practice management software, billing, and consulting
company.

Gary earned his Bachelor of Science in economics and accounting from the Wharton School at the
University of Pennsylvania. He earned his Master in Public Administration from Cornell University.

Joe Campione

Joe Campione

VP, Practice Operations

Meet Joe

For more than three decades, Campione has brought expertise in policy setting, project management, budget control, process improvement and program and business development to a variety of health care settings providing support for mental health, addiction and substance use disorders.

He was Co-Founder and Practice Manager for the Center for Psychiatric Medicine, PC, in Lawrence, Mass, where he continued as Regional Director after the practice’s acquisition by Column Health in 2020. Most recently, Campione served as Site Manager for Mass General Brigham Community Physicians’ Bridge Clinic, which was recognized in 2022 with a MGB Team Pillar of Excellence Award.

About us

Senscio is advancing care for older adults with complex chronic health. With a purposefully designed expert system and machine learning, combined with just-in-time clinical support, Senscio is enabling individuals to self-manage their health and live longer at home.

Our mission

Our mission is to make every day easier for everyone with complex health and those who care for them.

Our vision

To integrate all forms of health data with artificial intelligence to build a system of care that transforms data into insights for timely and effective care planning decisions.

Senscio Board of Directors

Board Directors

Jim Roosevelt Jr.

Member, Current Chair of the Board of Directors

Jim Roosevelt Jr.

Jim advises health care payers, providers, trade associations, and service providers on business matters, legislative and regulatory issues, governance, and personnel matters. He regularly represents medical device and medical process startups, including with respect to telehealth, artificial intelligence, and treatment utilizing legal psychedelics. He is also a national speaker and author on the Affordable Care Act, Medicare and Medicaid policy, and Social Security.

For more than 10 years, Jim was CEO of Tufts Health Plan, where he led a turnaround that nearly doubled the membership and achieved consistent profitability while attaining #1 ranking in the United States from the national accrediting organization.

He was previously in-house General Counsel and was a former partner in the Health Care Practice Group of Choate, Hall and Stewart in Boston. Before joining Tufts Health Plan, he served as Associate Commissioner of the U.S. Social Security Administration.

In 2016, Jim was a visiting fellow at the Institute of Politics of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He continues as a clinical instructor in the Public Health and Community Medicine Department of Tufts University School of Medicine.

Public policy and politics are Jim’s personal passions. He co-chairs the Rules and
Bylaws Committee of the Democratic National Committee and is volunteer legal counsel for the Massachusetts Democratic Party. He is a trustee of the Cambridge Public Library and the Cambridge Community Foundation. He has co-chaired Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo's Healthcare Leaders Task Force on Health Care Cost Growth, and he co-chaired the Massachusetts Hospital Association's work group on access to behavioral health care. Jim serves as a trustee of the Atrius Health Equity Foundation.

Piali De

Member, Board of Directors, President & CEO

Piali De, PhD

Piali De is the CEO and co-founder of Senscio Systems. She is the co-inventor of Senscio’s patented Scio™ framework, the artificially intelligent inference engine that contextualizes data in any domain into actionable intelligence.  Built upon Scio, Senscio Systems’ Ibis Health Program is a complex chronic care management system designed to improve self-management for patients with complex chronic conditions designed to enable coordination with multiple care team members resulting in early intervention to avoid complications. It provides the perfect balance between technology and personal touch for individuals with complex health needs, resulting in fewer avoidable hospital admissions and improved health outcomes.

A recognized thought leader in digital health innovation, Piali is a frequent and eloquent speaker and guest lecturer at digital health summits and health care conferences, including HFMA, HIMSS, The MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge , Medical Development Group, MedSpeaks, and Health Innovators.

Prior to Senscio Systems, Piali was an Engineering Fellow at Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems. At Raytheon, she developed a system called Confluence™, designed to deliver knowledge-based decision support for public safety missions, pandemic crisis, natural disaster responses, military missions, and situations that require multiple organizations to analyze data simultaneously and respond in immediate unison.

A recognized thought leader in digital health innovation, Piali is a frequent and eloquent speaker and guest lecturer at digital health summits and health care conferences, including HFMA, HIMSS, The MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge , Medical Development Group, MedSpeaks, and Health Innovators.

Prior to Senscio Systems, Piali was an Engineering Fellow at Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems. At Raytheon, she developed a system called Confluence™, designed to deliver knowledge-based decision support for public safety missions, pandemic crisis, natural disaster responses, military missions, and situations that require multiple organizations to analyze data simultaneously and respond in immediate unison.

Soeren Mattke

Member, Board of Directors

Soeren Mattke, MD, D.Sc.

Soeren Mattke, MD, DSc is a Research Professor at the University of Southern California and the Director of the Center for Improving Chronic Illness Care.

Dr. Mattke is an expert in evaluating new technologies and products as well as innovative approaches to organizing and delivering health care services, especially for chronic care. He has worked with a long list of leading pharmaceutical, device, and health care technology companies and is helping his clients worldwide on how to measure and communicate the value of their innovations. He is advising clients on strategic planning decisions, product approval applications, coverage and reimbursement strategy, post-market product development, and corporate communications.

​Before joining USC, he was the managing director of RAND Health Advisory Services, the consulting practice of RAND Health, and worked at Bain & Company, the OECD and Harvard University. Dr. Mattke received his M.D. from the University of Munich, where he trained in internal medicine and cardiology, and his M.P.H. and D.Sc. from Harvard.

Richard Goldstein

Member, Board of Directors

Richard Goldstein, MD, PhD

Most recently, Richard Goldstein served as the Chief Medical Officer for the Northeast Medical Group of Yale New Haven Health System, Interim President of Northeast Medical Group, Senior Vice President of the Aligned Clinician Enterprise of Yale New Haven Health, CEO of the Yale ACO, and Clinical Professor of Surgery in the Yale School of Medicine. 

Prior to that, Goldstein served as President of Central Maine Medical Group and President of the Medical Staff of Central Maine Medical Center. He is a former Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs and Professor of Surgery at the University of Louisville, and he was a tenured Associate Professor of Surgery at Vanderbilt University.

In addition to his role with Senscio Systems, he was a co-founder of Edumedics, LLC which was recently acquired by First Stop Health, and he currently serves as an advisor to BentoBio and Hypatiaproject. Richard Goldstein earned his BA at Amherst College, his MD at Jefferson Medical College, a PhD at Vanderbilt University and a Masters in Healthcare Management at Harvard.

Eric Hirschberg

Member, Board of Directors

Eric Hirschberg

Eric Hirschberg is the CEO and a managing partner of ECHO Finance, based in Philadelphia. ECHO is debt and equity based platform and the GP to OFF-Wing Partners (Aircraft Engine Finance), EVF I (Hepatology focused Tests), EVF II (Medicare Services for at Risk Chronic Conditions), and EVF III (Online Insurance Agency). 

Prior to forming ECHO Finance in 2018, Mr. Hirschberg spent seven years as a director in the PCS division of the Alex. Brown (now division of Raymond James) which was acquired from Deutsche Bank. Mr. Hirschberg joined Deutsche Bank a year after the private sale of Orion Capital Management in 2011, where he was the managing partner in charge of (re)insurance risk management. He co-founded Foundation Capital Strategies in 1998 where over ten years he managed the Anova Fund, a quantitative equity hedge fund with $2.5bn in gross market exposure. Previously, Mr. Hirschberg had been a managing director of Ross Capital Markets, a Bermuda-based macro- and fixed income hedge fund for six years. For two years, he also managed a proprietary trading desk for Fuji International Finance in after two years as a program trader on the global index arbitrage desk of Merrill Lynch where he started his career in 1989. 

Mr. Hirschberg earned a MSc in Statistics and Operations Research from the Stern School of Business at NYU and an Interdisciplinary BA from the University of Delaware (White Science Fellow - Neuroscience). He is also an active member of Young President’s Association and an advisory board member of the Center for the Study of the Presidency & Congress, a Washington-based think tank. His work has been published in Risk Management & Alternative Investments.

John L. Brooks III

Member, Board of Directors

John L. Brooks III

John L. Brooks III is the Managing Director of Healthcare Capital LLC, which advises early-stage life sciences companies. Mr. Brooks is on the board of a number of public and private for- profit companies and not-for-profit organizations. He recently was fully responsible, as president, for creating a botanical therapeutic for metastatic breast cancer and a digital platform using fasting mimicking technology for disease management. At another company as CEO and President, Mr. Brooks managed a Phase III biotechnology company’s reverse merger after hiring a high impact biotechnology team.

Mr. Brooks is the former President & Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Joslin Diabetes Center, a Boston based diabetes research, clinical care, and education organization.

Mr. Brooks is a well-known life sciences executive. He has co-founded eight life sciences companies. He was a co-founder of Prism Venture Partners, a $1.25B venture capital firm. He is also the co-founder of Insulet (PODD).

Prior to that, Mr. Brooks was a senior medical device executive at Pfizer, and a senior manager at Arthur Andersen & Co. in Boston, MA, where he focused on early-stage companies. A native of Massachusetts, he holds an M.S. in Business Administration and a B.B.A. cum laude from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and he is a Certified Public Accountant. Mr. Brooks is a NACD Certified Director.

Board observers

Chandler Jones

Board observer

Chandler Jones

Chandler is Managing Director of CEI Ventures, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Brunswick, Maine based Community Development Finance Institution, Coastal Enterprises, Inc (CEI). CEI Ventures finances high impact, growth-oriented companies located in targeted communities in Maine and the Northeast, investing in a variety of sectors and stages. Since 1996, CEI Ventures has raised 5 venture capital funds and invested in over 65 high growth companies. In addition to his work at CEI Ventures, Chandler assists CEI’s Sustainable Food Systems Program with investing in early-stage, high impact food systems businesses.

Chandler received a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from St. Michael’s College and an MBA from the University of Southern Maine with a concentration in finance. Chandler is also deeply and proudly rooted to the Maine lobster industry.

Joe Powers

Board observer

Joe Powers

Joe is CEO of  Maine Venture Fund since 2019. Prior to MVF, he worked for a number of startup technology firms (Tesla, Zoox, Clean Marine Energy) in a variety of roles. Joe also has experience as an entrepreneur (Ripso) and angel investor. Joe is an alumnus of Middlebury (BA) and Tuck (MBA).