​​Digital Hospital, Inc.

Kevin Brown

Chairman of the Board


Kevin Brown was the Director of Pharmacy for a 533 bed metropolitan Medical Center since 2004. The department consists of 130 pharmacists and technicians serving patients between 500 grams and 500 kilos, with a $60 million annual operating budget and $400 million in gross revenue. The facility delivers more than 6000 babies per year, performs 700 joint replacements, 600 open heart surgeries and both solid organ and bone marrow transplants as well as advanced heart therapies such as TAVR and VAD. The organization is among Hospital and Healthcare’s “Most Wired” healthcare organizations with a comprehensive EHR including CPOE and BBCMA.  Prior to this role, he served as the Pharmacy Clinical Coordinator at the same facility from 1994 till 2004, and the Assistant Director of Pharmacy Services from 1989 till 1994.  Kevin received his Pharm.D. from the University of California, San Francisco and a B.A. in Psychology from Stanford University.

Stacey Chaney
Director of Operations


Spanning a career that covers nearly 30 years in high-tech start-ups here in Silicon Valley, Stacey has been instrumental in several high-tech start-ups such as: Catapult Entertainment, WebTV, Moxi Digital, Intreon, Rearden Studios, Rocket Fuel, Mevicon, Got Vibes and Made in Space.  Recently, Stacey was honored as the 2016 Los Altos Volunteer of the Year Award..


Donald Williamson
Senior Engineer

Don has engineering degrees from CWRU, the University of Illinois, and Stanford. He worked for 35 years at HP and Intel, designing and testing boards, software and chips. Career highlights include the HP1000 A900 computer and the Intel Jaketown CPU. Don holds 2 patents. 

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Brian Couch
Chief Marketing Officer


Spanning a career of over 26 years in the Branding and Marketing Industry, Brian has owned his own marketing business, working with Hospitals and the High-Tech Industry, as well as working in Real Estate and in Banking. Brian specializes in Diagnostic Solution based marketing and strategic planning..


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Phil Curtis   
Engineering Development

Phil has spent 35 years in the computer industry as an engineer and project manager.  After obtaining a degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Michigan, Phil joined Hewlett-Packard where he developed disk controllers, data communications hardware, computer processor designs, and led teams in processor and system verification.  He then joined Intel and led pre-silicon validation teams for both chipsets and processors.

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Brad Adams,

Director, Digital Hospital, Inc.


Brad Adams is Engineering Vice President at Southern Nuclear. He began his nuclear career in 1983 as a Design Engineer for Consolidated Edison’s Nuclear Fuel Services group and progressed to Design Group Leader. Brad transferred to Byron Station in 1995 and held managerial positions in Regulatory Assurance, System Engineering and Work Management before being named Byron’s Site Engineering Director. Brad is a graduate of the University of Illinois where he earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nuclear engineering. He received his NRC Senior Reactor Operator certificate in 1999. Brad adds a keen experience of safety engineering. 




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Phil Wyman
CEO and President

Phil Wyman was a programming engineer at  Atari and Apple, specializing in automated software quality control. During his last few years at Apple, Phil worked on the HyperCard project, and then joined General Magic, an Apple spin off. Phil has owned a digital marketing consultancy for the last ten years.  Phil has a B.A. in Economics at Stanford University. 

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