600 S. Magnolia Ave, Suite 250, Tampa, Florida 33606 | 813-775-4159 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The founders and leaders of ProtoLytic have worked in the healthcare and workers compensation industry since 1999.
Key leaders gained a reputation for high integrity and innovation.
The founders of TechHealth, Inc., a healthcare services company started in 1999 specializing in workers compensation successfully merged with One Call Care Management in 2013.
Following the merger, they began to focus on healthcare software technology, called ProtoLytic, LLC, providing a system to pull data from the most credible evidence-based sources to provide support for adjuster decisions.
In 2018, ProtoLytic acquired Medical Pay Review, Inc., to utilize their state-specific rules of reimbursement in the Proto-Link decision support system.
Our vision is to be the premier provider of evidence-based decision support systems for insurance companies, employers and third-party administrators to evaluate, process and fulfill medical service requests quickly and consistently in order to optimize treatment results, improve patient well-being and increase patient satisfaction with care.
Mr. Sweet was with TechHealth for fifteen years and served as Chief Executive Officer. Tom was responsible for growing the business from a raw startup to a $200 million enterprise, ending with a successful merger for one of the highest multiples paid in the industry.
Prior to his position with TechHealth, Tom served as Vice President of Information Technology Services for GTE Corporation, overseeing worldwide IT operations. Earlier in his career, he was Vice President of Sales for the west, General Manager of Engineering and Construction, and while at the company's world headquarters, he managed GTE’s $5 billion capital investment portfolio. In that role, he worked with world-renowned management scientists to develop a new portfolio optimization program, and wrote several papers for the National Engineering Consortium and a book entitled "Investment Management Methodology."
Tom graduated from the University of South Florida with a degree in management science and completed graduate work in information technology at the University of Dallas.
Dr. Leonard Kleinrock pioneered the mathematical theory of packet networks, the technology underpinning the Internet.
For his enormous contribution to understanding the power of packet networks and the Internet, he received the 2007 National Medal of Science bestowed by the President of the United States.
Dr. Kleinrock is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a fellow of the IEEE, a fellow of the ACM, and the recipient of a long list of prestigious prizes and awards.
Len wrote the first book on packet networking, and he publishing over 250 papers and six books on the subject.
Kleinrock received his Ph.D. from MIT and currently serves as a Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at UCLA.
Ms. Summers was with TechHealth for fifteen years and served as Chief Operations Officer where she implemented major improvements in the system and business processes in Operations resulting in significant quality improvements and efficiency gains. Bridgette reorganized operations to better meet customer needs by creating a customer-centric organization.
Prior to her position as COO, she was Executive Vice President of Human Resources where she was responsible for HR policies, benefits, staffing, compensation, payroll, and administration of the stock option plans. Additionally, she was responsible for investor relations, and was elected Corporate Secretary. Bridgette worked with outside counsel and handled all legal matters including client contracts.
Bridgette graduated from the Florida State University with a BA in Psychology.
Mr. Sweet plays a key role in defining business requirements for ProtoLytic's products. Prior to his position with ProtoLytic, Tom served as Director of Technical Services and Social Networks for a large healthcare services company.
Earlier in his career, Tom was a senior solutions architect for Verizon Business for nearly six years where he provided engineering for the company's enterprise level customers, consistently achieving over 120% in sales performance. Previously, he was a Region Sales Engineer with Verizon responsible to design network solutions and recommend equipment for content creators and VoIP clients.
Prior to this last position, Tom was Vice President for West Sales and Operations for General Fiber Communications, responsible for establishing and managing a new branch for the company with full P&L responsibility.
Tom completed his undergraduate studies in computer science at UC Santa Barbara.
Mr. Stein leads the customer development activities for sales and support for major accounts.
In this role, he develops sales and marketing strategies for the self-insured, third party administrators, utilization review and insurer markets.
Blaine spent over fifteen years in the financial industry in banking.
Blaine is a graduate of the University of Central Florida.
Mr. Simon is responsible for creating advanced rules and algorithms to support ProtoLytic's decision support system. Prior to his current position, Chadd had a similar role with Medical Pay Review, which was acquired by ProtoLytic in 2018.
Earlier in his career, Chadd was assistant and then Controller for a subsidiary of Aramark, the Fortune 200 dining services company that manages 5,400 business locations in 19 countries.
Prior to that position, he managed the accounts receivables, payables and collections departments for a large healthcare services company.
After college, Mr. Simon was the fixed asset accountant for OSI HoldCo, Inc. (a subsidiary of Bloomin' Brands, Inc.), which owns and operates over 1,400 Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba's Italian Grill, Bonefish Grill, Flemings and other restaurants across the United States.
Chadd completed his MBA from the University of Oregon and completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Florida.
Mr. Dix is responsible to create solutions for ProtoLytic clients to solve industry problems. ProtoLytic is breaking new ground, and the success of the company depends on innovative approaches and outstanding IT expertise.
Forrest is responsible for setting strategy for the company's software products and digital solutions. He develops IT vision and oversees the roadmap for successful execution.
Prior to his position with ProtoLytic, Forrest was a Senior Software Engineer with Accusoft and a Research Engineer for Ford Motor Company developing autonomous vehicles.
Forrest is certified as a "Black Hat" for adaptive penetration testing. He graduated from the University of South Florida (Honors College) with a degree in computer science.
Mr. Antonoff is a Software Developer for ProtoLytic with primary focus on the user experience and system interface.
Prior to his position with ProtoLytic, Jeremy was a Web Developer. He served for three years as a Regional Sales Manager with Luxury Giftware by Jere.
Jeremy was a Network Operations Technician for Wandering WiFi, and even worked for a time for the Walt Disney Company.
Jeremy obtained his degree from the University of Central Florida in management.
Jeremy is a "full-stack" developer but his focus is now on the back end system functionality.
Ms. Santos is the Director of Customer Support at ProtoLytic, LLC. Rosalie has been with ProtoLytic since 2017 after the acquisition of Medical Pay Review by ProtoLytic, and she has more than two decades of experience in the workers’ compensation industry.
Rosalie is responsible for overseeing process and development of Implementation and Marketing.
Prior to joining ProtoLytic, she served as Director of Business Development for Medical Pay Review, a ProtoLytic company.
Earlier in her career, she was employed with TechHealth, Inc. for 12 years where she served as Operations Manager for the DME team. After a merger with One Call Care Management, Ms. Santos continued her career with OCCM as the Marketing Program Manager.
Ms. Santos is originally from New York where she earned a degree in Human Services.
Diane Green is responsible for creating requirements for ProtoLytic. She is a recognized subject matter expert in workers’ compensation Utilization Review and URAC accreditation. She has spent 30+ years in healthcare, starting her career in the United States Navy Nurse Corps where her clinical focus included general medicine and outpatient surgery.
Diane gained her first managed care experience as the Clinical Manager of three staff model HMO multi-specialty practices where she experienced UR from the provider perspective. She began her workers’ compensation and URAC journey when she joined a large, national group health carrier and their newly created workers’ compensation division as a UR Nurse, eventually becoming a UR Supervisor, a UR Manager, and finally a Regional Director after relocating to open a National Utilization Review and Case Management department serving national workers’ compensation insurers and employers.
Diane moved on to the Property and Casualty industry where she held various senior positions with two large, national workers’ compensation carriers and gained valuable experience on the use of clinical resources and products to manage the medical aspect of claims, contain medical and overall claim costs, and demonstrate measurable value to the claim.
Diane joined Ascential Care Partners in 2015 and has been instrumental in developing Ascential Care’s Utilization Review program and product, securing and maintaining URAC WCUM accreditation, filing and maintaining the California UR plan as well as other state filings and certifications allowing Ascential Care to conduct UR nationally.
Diane is a Registered Nurse and holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing as well as a master’s degree in healthcare management.
© 2020, ProtoLytic, LLC All rights reserved
600 S. Magnolia Avenue
Tampa, FL 33606