Curve created a virtual hospital solution to enable patients and doctors to be together in a person's moment of need. Our data analytics, health information exchange + telemedicine platform surfaces the information providers need seamlessly to ensure optimal outcomes + a one-of-a-kind care experience.
The Curve Health team is driven to create more effective, empathetic healthcare.
Our innovative technologies are changing the healthcare landscape and we are passionate about staying ahead of the curve.
Curve builds on a platform developed by our founder Timothy Peck, MD that cut unnecessary hospital transfers from Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs) by as much as 80%.
The platform was so ahead of the curve that Medicare did not have payment mechanisms for the care that it enabled. Then Covid struck.
Before long the industry began accepting and embracing innovative technologies.
Dr. Peck assembled the Curve Health team with other experienced technologists and clinicians, and we are now rapidly expanding our solution to seniors + SNFs across the country.
Curve's mission of bringing care to people, not people to care is a reflection of our values. Curve’s platform is intuitive, efficient, clear, and integrated to give users the confidence to deliver the best care possible.
Rob MacNaughton is a nationally recognized top 50 healthcare technology executive who joined Curve Health in September of 2020. Prior to Curve, Rob led NurseGrid to exit, and prior to that he was the Chief Product Officer at Cambia Health Solutions. Rob also Founded, led, and sold Columbia Care, a home health and hospice supportive care agency. Rob earned his undergraduate degree from Queens University, Ontario, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Tim Peck is the founder of Curve Health. Prior to founding Curve, Peck earned his MD from NYU then held a faculty position at Harvard Medical School and was the Chief Resident in the Emergency Department at Beth Israel Deaconess (BIDC). From there, Peck cofounded Call9, a company that was the forebearer to Curve Health, and was responsible for changing the landscape of care delivery to nursing homes.
Cheryl Porro has decades of experience building and leading world-class product and engineering teams. She combines her focused and driven execution with a passion for advancing the health of people and planet. Cheryl spent 13 years at Salesforce.com and Salesforce.org building platforms and industry-leading products that helped grow multiple business lines into 100Ms+ in annual revenue. She’s led technology teams for Amazon, DigitalThink, and most recently Thrive Global.
Motivated by an inclination toward service-learning, Erika infuses natural curiosity and compassion as she guides product experience for Curve. Prior to driving UX efforts, Erika implemented telehealth services within dozens of skilled nursing facilities; expediting the process for dozens more at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. A member of the founding team at Call9, she grew the Service Operations team 10 fold, providing alternate pathways for fellow paramedics and EMTs to deliver care to 1000’s of patients
Steven is a healthcare technology veteran with a proven track record of Sales and Business Development in the healthcare space. Prior to joining Curve, Steven worked as the Vice President of Business Development, Post-Acute Care at Collective Medical, which was acquired by PointClickCare in December 2020. Prior to Collective, Steven was an early employee at SigmaCare, which was acquired by MatrixCare, where he worked as Vice President of Enterprise Sales.
Martine Dorgely is a trained Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner with over 13 years of nursing experience in various settings, including Skilled Nursing Facilities, Emergency Departments, Home Care, Care Transition, and Telehealth. Prior to Curve, Martine was the Director of Clinical Services in the Home Care Division at one of the largest Senior Living institutions in the country where she led the nursing team and all quality initiatives. Martine has successfully spearheaded a wide-variety of clinical and operational initiatives since joining the healthech space in 2018.
Amanda Pritchard has over 15 years of experience building out the finance and accounting functions of technology driven organizations in both the private and public sector. She started her career with PricewaterhouseCoopers as an auditor and most recently served as the VP of Finance at 6 Degrees Health. Amanda obtained her Bachelor and Master’s in Accounting at the University of Southern California.
Garrett Gleeson is a seasoned healthcare executive with experience in healthtech services, medical research and private equity. Gleeson has led partnership efforts that have resulted in more than $75M in investments and targeted communications campaigns resulting in features in CNBC, the New York Times, Politico, & Morning Consult among a multitude of national and local outlets.
Dawn Fosah has more than a decade of experience in Healthcare Technology. Prior to Curve, Dawn worked at Cerner for ten years, then led the design and development of a prominent lab ordering solution and co-invented a solution that provides visibility and integration to reference laboratory compendiums. Dawn earned her undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Park University and a master's degree in Computer Science from the University of Illinois, Springfield.
Gary Chisholm is a seasoned healthcare sales leader with a proven track record of sales success spanning 18 years, the last decade of which has been largely focused on healthcare technology. He has built numerous revenue-generating, award-winning sales teams and is a fervent believer in the ability of technology to improve outcomes for patients in need. Prior to joining Curve Health, Gary led the Western expansion and new vertical business development at IntelyCare, the leading workforce optimization platform for nursing providers valued at $1B. Gary earned his B.A in English from Loyola University New Orleans and his M.B.A. in Management and Marketing from Tulane University.
Toyin Ajibade has been in the healthcare tech space since 2008, implementing a variety of Post-Acute Care facilities with Electronic Medical Record systems that would improve their workflows, increase their reimbursement, and increase staff satisfaction. Toyin has been working as a project manager since 2013. Prior to Curve Health, Toyin has worked at New York City Health & Hospitals, MatrixCare, and SigmaCare with a focus on implementations within Acute & Post-Acute Care facilities.
Adrienne has spent her career in retail management. In 2013, Adrienne made a change from operational leadership to HR while working on her MBA in Human Resources (which she obtained in 2014). For the last 10 years, she has dedicated her time to training and development, building top tier teams, and focusing on employee engagement and community partnerships. Adrienne joined Curve in May 2022 because of a strong belief in the Mission and Values that Curve stands for.
Allan Dip has almost 20 years of technology product management and engineering experience at leading companies, such as IBM, GE Healthcare, and startups. At GE Healthcare, Allan led the product team in building an operational command center that leveraged data science methods to optimize patient flow across large hospital systems. Allan earned a Master's degree in Computer Science from the University of Texas and another master's degree in Medical Informatics from Northwestern University.