Ken is a successful entrepreneur and business leader over 30 years of digital health industry experience in both large companies and start-ups. After getting his degree in bioengineering and computer science, he started out as a software engineer for ADAC Labs, which was acquired by Philips. He went on to work his way up at Cemax-Icon, a Kodak company. He left Kodak in 2006 after overseeing the largest growth and market share of PACS in Kodak’s history.
In 2006, Ken co-founded eHealth Technologies, a scalable and national technology platform for the sharing of medical records and images. After starting with 4 people in 2006, eHealth Technologies now employs over 300 people and is the leading provider of clinical information services for aggregation of healthcare data and image-enabled Health Information Exchange (HIE).
After initially advising a new startup called Casana (previously known as Heart Health Intelligence), Ken joined full time as COO in 2019 as its second employee. Casana is building medical devices that provide effortless in-home health monitoring, starting with its cardiovascular monitoring toilet seat called The Heart Seat™. Casana is growing quickly with over 20 employees and offices in Rochester and Boston.