About Us


GSI Health was founded with a vision of a future in which the problems of today’s healthcare are solved. Meet the innovators who put their expertise to work helping organizations optimize care delivery and improve the health of patients and populations.

LeRoy E. Jones

Founder, President, and CEO

LeRoy E. Jones founded GSI Health to help solve a problem—the uninformed, uncoordinated care being practiced in today’s healthcare system. He strives to drive innovation in the healthcare IT industry to create a world in which data-driven technology optimizes care delivery, and ultimately results in healthier patients and populations.

Lee has helped several states develop architectures and operational models for healthcare information exchange, and has contributed to a number of federal programs and industry initiatives that establish standards and shape the future of healthcare IT. He has served as senior advisor to the president-appointed National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, responsible for managing the strategic technical directions for the national healthcare agenda. Under his leadership, GSI Health has pioneered working models for effective collaboration in community-based care delivery and become an industry leader in population health management solutions.

Lee holds an M.S. in Engineering in the Management of Technology jointly from The Wharton School and the School of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Pennsylvania, and a B.S. in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University.

What Healthcare Solved means to me:

It means that patients and doctors can focus on maximizing health without being distracted by the need to manage the underlying systems and mechanisms that define how healthcare is delivered.

Todd Cope

Chief of Staff

Over the last 25 years, Todd has provided leadership in a range of financial, marketing, and engineering roles in industries as diverse as healthcare IT, semiconductors, automobiles, and children’s educational video development. At GSI Health, he is a strategist driving financial, partner, and employee success, specializing in business planning, financial modeling, and negotiation.

Prior to GSI Health, Todd worked as CFO in the automobile industry. He also held several roles at Altera Corporation, a semiconductor firm in the Silicon Valley, including designing chips, founding an engineering division in Malaysia, and driving pricing, financial forecasting, and all marketing activities for products accounting for more than $300 million in revenue. Todd is named in 20 U.S. patents for technologies involving semiconductor chip architecture and circuit design.

Todd earned a Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and an MBA in Marketing and Finance from Santa Clara University. He has also taken graduate electrical engineering courses at Stanford University.

What Healthcare Solved means to me:

Solving healthcare means that treatment is provided in an optimal way, taking inefficiencies out of the system. While people will still get sick, we can work toward a system in which, when they do get sick, they are treated in the most efficient manner possible.

Alan Horton

Chief Technology Officer

Alan is a proven technology leader and strategic visionary. He is passionate about using technology to turn great ideas into innovative software that matters, and improves people’s lives. He holds a U.S. patent using big data technologies for healthcare master data management, and a B.S. in Mathematics from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Prior to joining GSI Health, Alan successfully led many technology initiatives to deliver mission-critical SaaS products for millions of users in the healthcare, financial, and education industries. He is a skilled technologist with 20+ years of progressive experience in architecture, software engineering, quality assurance, team leadership, and application lifecycle management.

What Healthcare Solved means to me:

People enjoying their lives, without the burden of health issues.

Everyone has been touched by a loved one affected by some type of chronic or significant illness. We have the opportunity to not only help those already struggling with health issues to recover, but to keep them well, possibly preventing health issues before symptoms even present themselves. Healthcare professionals are dealing with very complex situations, and our technology platform allows them to focus on the care steps that have the biggest impact, and leverage their collective experiences to get life-changing results—and a healthier population that spends less time and money on health issues, and more time enjoying life.

Sean T. Kelly

Senior Vice President, Growth and Commercialization

A health IT professional since 2001, Sean leads GSI Health’s growth and commercialization ventures, defining our strategic path and aligning our growth strategy with prevalent industry trends and emerging market requirements.

Sean is an expert on federal and state policies, technology trends, and payment models. He has lead the development of HIE and Direct implementations focused on integration and quality reporting and has co-authored interoperability specifications to enable advance health information exchange through EHR, HIE, and Direct integrations focused on reporting and transitions of care. He also managed the implementation of software solutions for notification and tracking vital resources for anti-terrorism disaster recovery and emergency preparedness programs.  Additionally, Sean is a recipient of the NYS Department of Health Commissioner’s Award for Excellence in Public Service.

Sean is a magna cum laude B.S. graduate of Siena College and holds an MBA from Villanova University.

What Healthcare Solved means to me:

Healthcare Solved means redesigning our current healthcare delivery model to address the systemic challenges our nation faces. It transcends any one type of patient or care model by tailoring care to unique needs—whether the patient is characterized by high utilization, high or rising risk, crisis, social determinants, or preventative or wellness programs—and ensuring that providers, care teams, and the patient each take responsibility and collaborate on care.

Healthcare Solved means addressing access to traditional medical care while paying attention to the non-medical care that impacts each patient so that every patient receives the right care in an efficient and effective manner. It means balancing new value-based economic equations to ensure our health systems can continue to provide the best care in the world with the best providers and care teams, and the most advanced technologies—all available for every patient.

Amy Koizim

Senior Vice President, Client Solutions

Amy is a true partner with our clients, collaborating closely throughout the lifetime of the engagement to support their needs from project definition through implementation and beyond. Her strategic approach to personalized implementation and deployment, ongoing training and support, and continual alignment with emerging and evolving requirements ensures that our solution continues to satisfy our clients’ business needs.

With over 10 years in healthcare account management and deep expertise in health care information technology, project management, and the implementation of clinical health information technology products and services, Amy helps our clients navigate the complexities and challenges of integrated healthcare.

Amy earned her B.S. in Health Care Management and Policy from Georgetown University.

What Healthcare Solved means to me:

Empowering communities to affect positive change in the health status of patients by identifying medical, behavioral, and social needs and providing tools for care teams to successfully implement proven interventions. Solving healthcare begins with creating healthier communities.

Parag More

Senior Vice President, Integrated Product Management

Parag manages GSI Health’s award-winning population health product portfolio, and leads product and program management as well as information management and analytics. He brings more than 15 years of experience delivering clinical information and workflow solutions to researchers, clinicians, and executives to improve patient outcomes, and has served on several state- and federal-level consortia developing standards for electronic health data interoperability.

Prior to joining GSI Health, Parag provided technology solutions to over 900 hospitals to meet the analytics and regulatory reporting needs of clinical data for the nation’s largest not-for-profit hospital alliance, and oversaw quality measures development and indicators measurement for the United Kingdom’s National Health System (NHS) hospitals. He is highly skilled in designing, architecting, and commercializing distributed enterprise applications for healthcare and communications industries.

Parag holds an MBA from the NYU Stern School of Business and an M.S. in Computer Science from Arizona State University. He is also an adjunct professor at the Graduate College of Computing and Informatics at Drexel University in Philadelphia, specializing in healthcare informatics.

What Healthcare Solved means to me:

According to John Hopkins research team, medical errors—mostly due to a combination of systemic issues caused by complexities in payer models, lack of preventative care protocols, and care coordination challenges—cause 10% of all deaths and are the third leading cause of deaths in the U.S. To me, Healthcare Solved means ZERO deaths due to medical errors caused by these systemic issues.

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