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LEADERSHIP

Navigating the Waters of Change.

GORDON E. FRANCIS

Chief Executive Officer

Gordon has spent the past 30 years making things better by applying Information Technology to the government, energy, education and mining sectors.  Gordon has spent the past decade in the health sector where he has led numerous IT initiatives from both the private and public perspectives.

Gordon’s career is distinguished by his creativity, innovation and high-energy.  Gordon thrives when the status quo must be set aside in favor of fresh thinking and boldly executed change.

THOMAS STACHURA

Chief Operating Officer

Thomas is an extroverted serial entrepreneur with decades of experience that combine deep technology skills and business acumen.    Thomas is passionate about developing innovative businesses that thrive on new business models - all enabled by the most modern technologies.

In addition to his role at Trusted Health Services, Thomas is the CEO at Pleasant Solutions.

PATRICK EARL

Chief Technology Officer

Patrick is a self-described introvert with world-class experience - and reputation - in contemporary software development practices and technical architecture.   Patrick is the lead architect behind numerous mission-critical applications where security is paramount including for military, healthcare and government sectors around the world.

In addition to his role at Trusted Health Services, Patrick is the CTO at Pleasant Solutions.

 

ADVISORY

Our Deeply Experienced and Committed Advisory  Counsel.

 

DR. LOUIS FRANCESCUTTI

An emergency department physician, a university professor, an international speaker, Past-President of the Canadian Medical Association, and Past-President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Dr. Francescutti has spent more than two decades delivering one single message: Live Smart.

Reputed as one of Canada's leading medical visionaries and regarded internationally for his 'down to earth' and often 'bold' methodologies, Louis is not intimidated by political correctness, nor is he afraid to tell it like it is.  "People need to hear what the real issues are--no sugar coating.  We live in a world that is far too complex and unforgiving.  People need to learn that they are in control of their future and fortune--both in terms of health and happiness".

DR. MANUEL LOWENHAUPT

Dr. Manuel Lowenhaupt is a Managing Director in Accenture’s Health and Public Service Practice and the North American Clinical Transformation Practice Leader.  He is internationally noted for his work in clinical informatics, care management, and performance improvement and is certified as a HIT Pro Consultant.  In 2012, he was the winner of the Global Ken Ernst Award for Strategy & Innovation.


Prior to this position, he was the Chairman, President and CEO of Radianse, the leading provider of healthcare real time location solutions.  In 25 years of consulting, he has worked with greater than one hundred thirty healthcare organizations in the United States, Canada, Europe, and the Far East.  Prior to his consulting career, Dr. Lowenhaupt practiced medicine and led a multi-specialty group in Boston for 10 years, co-founded Boston Medical Systems, and worked as an investigator for the NIH.  Manuel trained at M.I.T. in Biophysics and received his M.D. from Harvard Medical School.  He is an active practicing primary care physician.

PETER C. FLYNN PHD, P.ENG

Peter held a series of technical, management, and executive roles in Canada’s energy industry over 25 years, serving as the president of CNG Fuel Systems and Corod Industries Inc.  In 1999 he returned to the University of Alberta to hold the Poole Chair in Management for Engineers, a position he held until 2011.


Peter has held a wide variety of board positions on nonprofit, government, and for-profit boards, including the Alberta Energy Regulator, Epcor, the Capital Region Housing Corporation, Fort Edmonton Foundation, Plutonic Power Corporation, and the Balancing Pool of Alberta, a part of the Alberta electricity system; he chaired Audit and Human Resource and Compensation Committees on several boards.