Chief Executive Officer
Morris Panner, DICOM Grid’s CEO, is an experienced software executive, having recently built and sold an industry-leading business process software company, OpenAir, Inc., to Larry Ellison’s on-demand software company, NetSuite (NYSE:N). Morris built the company from inception to a global company with Fortune 500 clients. Previously, Mr. Panner had worked in healthcare IT, partnering to form an early teleradiology venture.
Morris also has worked as a Federal Prosecutor for the U.S. Department of Justice and as a corporate attorney with Wachtell, Lipton, where, among other things, he represented major pharmaceutical companies.
Morris is on the Board and a past Chairperson of the software board of the Software and Information Industry Association; served as a Senior Advisor on Cyber-Security at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center; as well as the board of Drug Strategies, a not-for-profit dedicated to fighting addiction and drug abuse. He has been featured in the “Boss Column” of the New York Times and in Fortune, Business Week and other leading publications. Morris has a BA from Yale University and a JD from Harvard University.
Chief Technology Officer
Geoff is an experienced software technology executive, having developed and coded a wide-variety of commercial products in the areas of medical billing, virtualization and SaaS business software. Most recently, he founded and led the technical team at OpenAir, a business software company, which was acquired by NetSuite (NYSE:N), an on-demand financial accounting software company.
Earlier in his career, Geoff led the development for RMS, a radiology billing management company, which managed large scale billing data for major national insurance carriers.
Geoff graduated cum laude from Milton Academy, attended Rice University and served in the US Army, including being stationed at the US Army Natick Research Development and Engineering Center.