Our Board Members
Mike Collette, Founder and CEO, PatientPoint and Co-Chair, PoC3
Mike Collette founded PatientPoint and served as CEO until 2012. He then served as chairman of the board for the next four years prior to stepping back in to the CEO role in 2017. Mike also serves as Executive-in-Residence at CincyTech, helping other entrepreneurs turn transformational ideas into high-growth technology companies. Mike start his working career in Brand Management at Procter & Gamble in their Health & Personal Care Division. Collette is a graduate of Dartmouth College where he majored in engineering.
Nanette Oddo, Vice President, Patient Engagement, Phreesia and Co-Chair, PoC3
Nanette brings over 25 years of healthcare experience to POC3. Currently she leads Phreesia’s patient engagement messaging business, where she is tasked with development, commercialization and sales of the patient engagement products on the Phreesia platform. These innovative strategies and products are designed to increase physician-patient communication throughout the patient workflow both in and out of the practice.
Chris Culver, President and CEO, Health Media Network
Christopher Culver is the Chief Executive Officer of Health Media Network (HMN). Mr. Culver set out to transform the Point of Care media industry and became the first company to build a 100% IP addressable digital screen network comprised of powerful health verticals. Prior to forming HMN, Mr. Culver founded and built Culver Out-of-Home Media, LLC, an advertising and media agency that served clients such as Time Warner City Cable, Arizona Iced Tea, and Virgin Atlantic Airways. As EVP of Sales at TDI, Mr. Culver was part of a senior leadership team that became the largest transit advertising company in the U.S. and parts of Europe.
Eric Jensen, CEO, Health Monitor Network
Eric has more than 21 years of experience in healthcare communications. He began his career in medical publishing by launching Today in Medicine, a series of journals that monitored and reviewed the current medical literature for doctors. His 10 years in medical publishing provided a valuable understanding of physician interests and needs. In 1995 he launched Health Monitor Network, a leading multimedia consumer/patient-education publishing company. Health Monitor Network successfully integrates physician and patient education along with database development and marketing.