"I am so excited to be part of the Medalogix team because of the profound impact we are making, and will continue to make, in patient lives."
As Medalogix’s vice president of product management, Shari analyzes healthcare policy and provider operations to develop and execute product strategy road maps.
Shari brings nearly 12 years of Healthcare IT experience, with a focus on product management & quality assurance, to the Medalogix team. Directly preceding her position with Medalogix, Shari was the vice president of product management at HomeCare Homebase, a home health and hospice electronic medical record provider.
Shari holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering mathematics and computer science from the University of Louisville. In her spare time Shari upcycles furniture, volunteers with Habitat for Humanity, and spoils her two Great Pyrenees pups.
Favorite spot in Nashville: Red Bicycle
"We're positively affecting patients' care quality. Aside from raising my daughter, I've never done anything in my life that feels as important and meaningful as the work we're doing at Medalogix."
Dan Hogan founded Medalogix—a Nashville-based predictive modeling company—in 2009 to help home health providers deliver more efficient and effective patient care. A former home health agency owner and operator, Dan’s hands-on healthcare knowledge guides Medalogix in solving some of today’s most pressing healthcare challenges like hospital readmission reduction and end-of-life care coordination.
For his work developing Medalogix, Dan has been honored as one of the Nashville Business Journal’s “Most Admired CEOs” and a “Healthcare Hero.” He was also recognized as the Nashville Technology Council’s “2016 Innovator of the Year.” Additionally the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society awarded Medalogix the Health Information Technology award, which distinguishes the software as one of the best emerging technologies in the Southeast. Most recently, Medalogix was recognized by Fierce Healthcare as a Fierce Innovation finalist, Harvard University as a Health Acceleration Challenge finalist and the Nashville Technology Council as “2016’s Early Stage Company of the Year.” Dan has also presented at premier conferences, including the National Association of Home Care and Hospice’s annual conference, the Visiting Nurse Association of America’s annual conference, Harvard’s Forum on Healthcare Innovation, Yale’s Global Health and Innovation conference and TEDx Nashville.
Active locally in several civic capacities, Dan currently serves on Safe Haven’s, TEDx Nashville’s and the Nashville Technology Council’s boards. He is a member of Leadership Nashville’s 2016 class and is also an active member and past president of Nashville’s Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) chapter.
A Chicago native, Dan holds a bachelor’s degree in speech communication from the University of Georgia and spends his free time running, dabbling in photography and hanging out with his 11-year-old daughter, Maddie.
Favorite Spot in Nashville: Cat Bird Seat
"I enjoy coming to work everyday knowing that my work can positively affect the lives of our clients and the lives of our clients’ patients."
As director of client experience, Scott works to ensure Medalogix users achieve long-term adoption and success by understanding and communicating their wishes, discovering and documenting best practices, anticipating and remediating challenges and measuring success.
Scott adds years of account management and implementation experience to the Medalogix team, with past positions with Medical Reimbursements of America (MRA) and athenahealth. His experience gives him insight to manage efficiently and he is committed to ensuring that our clients’ needs are not only met, but exceeded.
Scott holds a bachelor’s in business management from Huntingdon College.
Always striving for balance, Scott enjoys spending time with his wife and two boys, playing golf and challenging himself with CrossFit.
Favorite spot in Nashville: Cork and Cow
“I chose Medalogix because I like to help people and I like analytics. Working here allows me to fulfill both of those passions. It’s a bonus that Medalogix’s company culture is awesome. The people I work with feel like family."
As vice president of technology, Sathish leads the development team by defining best practices, developing and refining processes and recruiting and nurturing top talent.
Sathish brings 15 years of IT industry experience to the Medalogix team—including roles as a developer, enterprise architect and IT manager in various Fortune 500 companies like Warner Brothers, Macy’s and Express Scripts.
Sathish holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and engineering from Madras University and is pursuing a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Sathish is a Microsoft Certified app and solutions developer.
When he’s not building kick butt technology, Sathish enjoys mentoring other IT enthusiasts and traveling to places like Thailand, Amsterdam and Greece with his wife.
Favorite spot in Nashville: Acme
"The clarity and efficiency Medalogix’s analytics-based technology brings to the home health industry drives tangible value for home health providers and improves patient outcomes. I’m proud to be a part of that improvement."
As vice president of finance, Justin oversees accounting and internal financial processes. Additionally, he is responsible for planning the financial strategy for the company, its products and investments.
Prior to joining the Medalogix team, Justin helped manage a large equity investment portfolio at Citadel LLC—a $25 billion investment fund in NYC focused on small-to-mid-sized companies. Prior to that, Justin worked as an investment analyst for Coliseum Capital Management—a value-based investment fund and Medalogix's largest shareholder.
Justin holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Notre Dame. In his spare time, he enjoys sailing, fishing and beer brewing.
Favorite spot in Nashville: Baja Burrito
“As a registered nurse working in the home health and hospice arena for more than 20 years, I know the next steps in improving patient care are analyzing patient data and integrating the results into practice. I’m eager to help my healthcare colleagues take the next steps.”
Cyndi Rizzitello is Medalogix’s vice president of clinical transformation. Cyndi brings more than 25 years of healthcare experience to the team—with practice as a clinician and a healthcare technology manager.
Rizzitello comes to Medalogix from BlackTree Healthcare Consulting, where she was director of clinical consulting. She led the initiation of the clinical consulting division at BlackTree through hiring and managing the team, implementing clinical service programs and developing marketing strategies. While at BlackTree, Cyndi assisted home health and hospice clients across the country to help them gain efficiencies and maximize the use of technology.
Prior to that, she was clinical product manager and vice president of sales at Homecare Homebase and staff nurse, manager of MIS education, manager of clinical information systems, director of operations and executive director at the Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) of Central New Jersey.
Rizzitello received her master’s in nursing informatics from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and her bachelor’s in nursing from Rutgers University. Rizzitello is a registered nurse in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York and is a Certified Informatics Nurse. She has spent time volunteering at the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Favorite Place in Nashville: Germantown is the place to be. The Medalogix office is here conveniently nestled near great restaurants and coffees shops.
“The reason we’re able to improve patient care is because we don’t stop after identifying at risk patients. We take the next step to actually help clinicians act on our insights. I’m proud to be a part of this team and this mission.”
Elliott Wood joined the Medalogix team in July 2013. As president, Wood is responsible for ensuring Medalogix is delivering value to our clients and the industry, as well as overseeing product management and technology teams.
Wood brings nearly ten years of healthcare technology research to the team.
Directly prior to joining Medalogix, he served as the senior director of value strategies and informatics for Airstrip where he managed teams, created data products and managed marketing.
Elliott holds a bachelor's in psychology from Abilene Christian University. He and wife reside with their two boys in Nashville, Tenn.
Favorite spot in Nashville: Radnor Lake