Dr. Peter B. Gillman
Dr. Gillman has more than 25 years experience in clinical and administrative operations and management. Since 1997 he has been President and CEO of The CIMS Group and a Principal Consultant in the CIM Solutions Work Group. Dr. Gillman is the author of Clinical Process Control - A Production of Care Methodology. He developed this management methodology to provide a necessary road map to navigate the complexities of heavily regulated clinical environments. A core principle in this method is this linkage establishes the basis for understanding how the regulations that define what we need to know (policy) and what we need to do (procedure) determines our clinical conduct and how this affects the cost and quality of care.
Mr. Rosen has more than 37 years of experience in program, data, and business process management. Mr. Rosen has held key positions in a number of major corporations. He is a Consultant in the CIM Solutions Work Group. He has consulted for the New York State Medicaid system where he was responsible for the data conversion of the eligibility and prior authorization systems as well as the introduction of HIPAA regulations and computerized transactions. He was the Director of Database services for General Motors Acceptance Corporation’s Residential Mortgage company and the Director of all Data Resources for AmerisourceBergen (Fortune 25), a leading pharmaceutical distribution company. His client organizations included DuPont Dow Elastomers, DuPont, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, GSA, and Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Since April, 2010, he has been the program manager for the organizational transformation for the Office of New Reactors at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Mr. Rosen trained at the University of Maryland’s School of Business and Public Administration, and has additional training in group behavior and industrial engineering.
Julia Kohutiak, RN, LNC
Ms. Kohutiak has over 37 years of experience as a health care executive, responsible for day-to-day management of behavioral health care organizations including including program development and oversight, supervision of staff, and financial oversight. She is a Principal Consultant in the CIM Solutions Work Group.
Loren Miller, LCSW
Mr Miller has over 10 years experience providing coordination and supervision of mental health services including mental health intake screenings, individual, family, and group counseling, crisis intervention and has facilitated interdisciplinary treatment team meetings as well as provided liaison services. Over this time he has developed significant management experience including budgeting for psychiatric units and utilization review of denied claims. He also has developed significant regulatory affairs experience including policy and procedure development to assure compliance with state and federal regulations. He is a Consultant in the CIM Solutions Work Group.
Sinclair Winburn, LCSW
Mr Winburn has over 9 years clinical experience managing psychiatric units, providing a full range of services including assessments, treatment planning, individual and group counseling, crisis intervention and discharge planning. Over this time he has developed significant case management experience including auditing, regulatory compliance, and policy and procedure development. He is a Consultant in the CIM Solutions Work Group.
Board of Directors
Mr. Richard Faherty – Chairman
Mr. Richard Faherty has over 36 years' experience as an attorney. He has served as the Chief Information Officer for Bio-Reference Laboratories Inc. for 15 years. He is the President of PSI Medica, a Clinical Knowledge Management business intelligence company. He is the Chief Executive Officer of CareEvolve, a Clinical Laboratory Connectivity Solutions company. Mr. Faherty is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame (1968) and the Fordham Law School (1975).
Dr. James Kennedy – Director
Dr. Kennedy has over 30 years' experience as a clinical psychiatrist. He has written several books for American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc. on Psychiatric Treatment Planning and the Kennedy Axis V (K Axis) an alternative to DSM-IV-TR's Axis V. Currently, his professional work is as the Chief Psychiatrist at a Federal Medical Center. He is the Editor for the KennedyMD Consulting Newsletter. He has been collaborating with The CIMS Group for nearly ten years, including working on Electronic Treatment Planning and outcomes measurement.
Dr. Richard Ivins – Director
Dr. Richard Ivins has over 37 years' experience as a Clinical and Forensic Neuropsychologist. He has served as the Chief Information Officer for The CIMS Group since 1992 and has been collaborating with The CIMS Group for nearly 19 years on the Neuropsychology / Psychometric Module. He is a co-Author of the Psychometric Standards Report, an application of ethical and legal standards to Neuropsychological Reporting in Federal Court.
Mr. Sujaya Swaroop – Director
Mr. Sujaya J. Swaroop has more than 15 years' experience as the National Service Manager for Correctional Care for Bio-Reference Laboratories, the only laboratory in the industry to have a separate division to support and manage correctional facilities. He currently supervises over 15 dedicated Correctional Service Representatives and provides service and support to more than 750 Correctional Facilities. Mr. Swaroop has a unique understanding and experience to handle complex requirements of a correctional facility.
Mr. Lawrence A. Husick – Advisor
Lawrence A. Husick's has over 30 years' experience as a technology consultant, computer system designer, software author, and company founder, as well as 26 years of experience as an intellectual property lawyer. He has worked as a chemist in industry, and as a hardware and software systems designer for corporate clients, and for government agencies including the National Institutes of Health and the US Postal Service. He is a partner in Lipton, Weinberger & Husick, an intellectual property law firm in Malvern, Pennsylvania. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Pennsylvania in the Organizational Dynamics graduate program and is an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University, where he teaches the graduate course in Managing Innovation. He is a frequent guest lecturer in graduate programs of the Pennsylvania State University, and at professional conferences worldwide. He is also a Senior Fellow of the Foreign Policy Research Institute, where he researches technology and terrorism as a part of the Center on Terrorism, Counter-Terrorism, and Homeland Security. Husick was a co-founder, and was both the corporate counsel and systems architect of Infonautics, Inc., a very early internet search firm, which launched a natural language search system in 1992. That system can now be seen as Highbeam Research. Mr. Husick holds a Bachelor of Science degree cum laude in Natural Sciences (Environmental Chemistry) from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania. He holds a Juris Doctor degree from the Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C.