J. Anthony Huth
President/Interim CEO, Co-founder
Tony Huth is President/Interim CEO and one of the co-founders of Medicom Health. Tony has worn many hats in the organization. Today, he directs the leadership team while contributing to new business and partnership development, and investment initiatives. For 20+ years, he has developed consumer-facing software tools to help influential health organizations inspire individuals to address their health concerns. Tony holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Augsburg College.
Barb Goergen is one of the co-founders of Medicom Health. She oversees all research and instructional design activities for scientific accuracy, reference and health literacy of content. Barb has over 30 years of experience developing medical and health education programs. Prior to Medicom Health, she directed the post-graduate School of Blood Bank Technology for the American Red Cross in Madison, Wisconsin. Barb is an active member of LifeScience Alley, as well as the board of directors of the Minnesota chapter of Achievement Rewards for Collegiate Scientists. She has a B.S. degree in Medical Technology from the University of Michigan.
Chief Commercial Officer
Curt Thornton is the Chief Commercial Officer of Medicom Health leading all aspects of Sales, Marketing and Business Development. Curt is a proven leader who has spent his career working with organizations focused on improving the global delivery of health care—from medical device and software products to acute care diagnostic services. Curt most recently served as Chief Revenue Officer for Healthx, Inc., an industry leading provider of SaaS-based digital patient engagement solutions, where he led sales, marketing and business development. Curt holds a Master of Business Administration and Master of Health Science from the University of Florida.
Chief Operating Officer/Chief Technology Officer
Corey Maul is the COO/CTO of Medicom Health, managing all technology aspects of company operations, including development staff, IT operations, and technology directions. Prior to Medicom Health, he was founder of a student technology training program for Washington University in St. Louis. The program allowed undergraduate students to complement their existing degree programs with over 90 different seminar-style technology courses. Corey holds a B.S. degree in Computer Engineering from Washington University, an M.B.A. from the Carlson School of Management, He is also an active member of the Twin Cities Google Technology User Group, among others.
Chief Financial Officer
Alan Binder serves as Chief Financial Officer for Medicom Health. He leverages over 25 years of financial and operational experience as he directs and manages the financial aspects of the company. Prior to joining Medicom, Alan held various leadership roles, including Chief Financial Officer at Cordium, a SaaS and professional services company. Alan holds a BSBA from Washington University in St.Louis.
SVP of Partnership Development
Josh Fieldman serves as Senior Vice President, Partner Development for Medicom Health. He is responsible for all aspects of the partner ecosystem which includes onboarding new and overseeing existing partners. Josh joined Medicom Health as VP of Sales. Prior to joining Medicom Health, Josh was Vice President of Sales at ABILITY Network, managing the direct sales team during the acquisition of their main competitor, IVANS. Josh earned an MBA at the University of St. Thomas and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Minnesota.
Currently, John is EVP at Cedar Point Capital, a boutique investment bank focused on capital formation for private companies, primarily in healthcare. He also serves on the boards of Medicom Health, Admedus Ltd, Phraxis Inc., and Minneapolis Heart Institute Research Foundation.
Previously, John was Co-Founder, Chairman, and CEO of NeoChord Inc., a venture capital company commercializing technology developed at Mayo Clinic for the repair of the mitral valve via minimally invasive surgical techniques. Prior to NeoChord, John spent ten years at Guidant Corp where he was Vice President, Sales in the Cardiac Surgery and Cardiac Rhythm Management divisions. In 1991, John co-founded ACIST Medical and served as its first President and CEO. ACIST Medical manufactures and distributes power injection technologies for coronary angiography and was acquired by Bracco Ltd. in 2001. He was also the founder and CEO of Seaberg Medical, a regional distributor of implantable cardiovascular devices.
He received a B.A. in Speech Communications from the University of Minnesota and his MBA from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota.