Chairman of the boardJoe is Chairman of AposHealth and an investor in healthcare. Over the last 16 years he led investments and held director/ ceo/coo positions in the payor, provider and drug distribution sectors. In the aggregate over $2 billion of incremental exit value was realized on these investments. Previously he was a venture capitalist and an investment banker. He is a graduate of Columbia University and the Wharton Graduate School of Business.
Dr. Yair Schindel, M.D.
DirectorYair is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of aMoon.
Previously, Yair served as the founding CEO of the State of Israel’s National Digital Bureau, responsible for digitizing governmental services and stimulating economic growth.
Yair is the founder of the MAOZ Network, an NGO building collaboration between Israel’s most influential leaders, with over 300 alumni dedicated to building collaboration between the private, social and public sectors.
Yair was an executive, investor, board or advisory board member in several healthcare startups including OmniGuide, Zebra Medical Vision, and Medisafe.
Yair earned his BSc and MD degrees at Ben-Gurion University and his MBA at Harvard Business School. He served in the IDF for five years and graduated as Chief Medical Officer for the Israeli Navy Seals, known as “Shayetet 13”.
DirectorIsaac is a Partner at aMoon. After beginning his career as an M&A specialist in investment banking at Credit Suisse First Boston in NY, London and Tokyo, Isaac spent over 20 years in Venture Capital and Private Equity.
In the last several years, he was Senior Advisor to Permira in the purchase of Netafim (bought for $850M, sold at $1.9B) and to XIO in the purchase of Lumenis for $512M. Previously, he managed the $156M Renaissance Fund and set up the $50M Israel Intl’ Fund. Isaac is a co-founder of Atudot Le’Israel, a national initiative of more than 20 talent management programs. He served as an active advisor to the Israeli government in numerous capacities such as The Committee for Corporate Governance, and a variety of committees that improved the allocation of capital for the private sector; the government and the public sector, while decreasing systemic risk. Isaac is the founding Chairman of both the Wharton and Harvard Business School Clubs of Israel.
Isaac serviced as an officer in the Artillery Corps of the IDF. He holds a Bachelors summa cum laude from Wharton and MBA from Harvard University.
Dr. Michael Stocker, MD, MPH
DirectorDr. Stocker served as Chairman of the Board, for the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) from 2008 to 2014. He was appointed by former Mayor Michael Bloomberg. HHC is the largest municipal hospital and healthcare system in the country, serving 1.3 million New Yorkers annually.
Dr. Stocker has an impressive, wide-ranging career spanning the field of healthcare. Most recently, he served as Corporate Executive Vice President of WellPoint Inc. Before WellPoint absorbed Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield, he was Empire’s Chief Executive Officer. Prior to joining Empire, Dr. Stocker held the positions of President of Cigna Health Plans and General Manager of the New York Area of US Healthcare. Before moving to New York, Dr. Stocker was a practicing physician in Chicago, serving as Associate Chairman of the Department of Family Practice at Cook County Hospital in Chicago (the area’s public hospital) from 1975 to 1980. He also served as Medical Director of Anchor Organization for Health Maintenance at Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago from 1980 to 1985.
Dr. Stocker’s voluntary activities complement his professional career. He is a board member of the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health and is currently serving on the Board of Montefiore Medical Center. His expertise in healthcare administration has made him a valued member of oversight and good government organizations such as the Citizens Budget Commission of New York and The Partnership for New York City, Inc. He served as a member of the New Jersey Governor’s Health Care Cost Reduction Advisory Committee and the National Committee for Quality Assurance.
Dr. Stocker was educated at the University of Notre Dame and received his MD from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 1968. He received his post-graduate training at the Mayo Clinic and the University of California and is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Family Practice. Dr. Stocker also holds a Master’s degree in Public Health received from the University of Michigan in 1987.
Dr. David Levy
DirectorDr. David Levy is the Chief Executive Officer at EHE. He is an accomplished physician executive with a record of achievement in founding, leading, and/or turning around a variety of health services companies focused on improving human health.
As a primary care physician and epidemiologist, Dr. Levy started his career in private practice in suburban New York City. There he founded Franklin Health Inc., (now owned by Optum), the innovator and leader in advocating for patients with highly complex illnesses. He then went on to PwC, and as a partner ultimately led its global health care business for several years. Dr. Levy serves on the boards of leading device, technology, and services companies in the US, Israel, and Brazil.
Dr. Levy is a renowned strategic thinker who has executed effective strategies for his own enterprises and a diverse set of public and private sector entities. Drawing on a vast network of business relationships, Dr. Levy brings global best-in-practice solutions to the healthcare industry.