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Leadership Team

Founding partners combine for over 40 years of experience in the fields of medicine, information sciences and education. 

Terry Clark, MD, F.A.C.S.  

 President and CEO

Dr. Clark practiced General Surgery in both the Federal and Private sector. During this time he successfully developed and sold a healthcare related business. Following this he completed a two year fellowship in Medical Information Sciences and was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to lecture internationally on information technology in healthcare. He has been active in the Distance Learning field for many years and has been an invited speaker for Microsoft, the Department of Defense, Internet 2 project, University of Jordan and the Object Management Group (OMG).

Dr. Clark is a former Lieutenant Colonel in the Army Medical Corp (reserve) and a Veteran of Operation Desert Shield/Storm. Currently he participates with the military through the Distance Learning activities at the Navy's Institute of Simulation and Training and the Army's Distance Learning program at Fort Sam Houston.

Gregory Thompson, MD,MSc 

Executive Vice President and  CMO

Dr. Gregory Thompson is a physician Informaticist with over 25 years of healthcare experience.  He has expertise in clinical medicine and healthcare administration, electronic health records, and multimedia e-learning design and implementation.  He is co-founder of MD Informatics, LLC (MDI), a U.S. medical informatics consulting firm.  As Chief Medical Information Officer at MDI for the past 15 years, he has consulted on numerous health information systems projects supported by various U.S. federal agencies, including the Department of Defense (DoD), Indian Health Service, National Institutes of Health (NIH), and Veterans Administration (VA).

Dr. Thompson has previously directed implementation of electronic health records at VA medical centers.  He has also led medical training and e-learning research and development projects, supported by the U.S. DoD and by the NIH.

Dr. Thompson holds a medical degree from the University of Louisville and completed residency training in Internal Medicine at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN.  He is certified in Internal Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine.  He also holds a Certificate in Medical Management from the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, as well as a Master of Science degree in Medical Informatics from the University of Utah, in conjunction with a 2-year VA fellowship in Medical Informatics. 

Amy Sletta  


Ms. Sletta has over twenty five years of Healthcare Information Technology expertise specializing in Electronic Health Record (EHR) and Clinical Information System implementations including Clinical Documentation, Document Scanning, Emergency and Pharmacy (Inpatient and Retail). Most recently, Ms. Sletta brought her operational and project management skills to benefit a number of innovative healthcare projects including a USAID funded project with the Georgian Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs to develop a Health Management Information System (HMIS), an SAP enterprise Business Intelligence tool implementation including formation of a formal Data Governance structure and related business processes and the creation of a Value Driven Outcomes (VDO) healthcare costing tool that presents clinical costs and outcomes in a user interface geared to physicians.


Ms. Sletta has also worked with multiple clients to finalize multi-million dollar contracts for Clinical and Financial Healthcare Information Systems including vendor selection, contractual negotiations, detailed analysis of business terms and issue tracking and resolution.

Gvantsa Khizanishvili MD, MPH 

 Director of Business Development

Gvantsa Khizanishvili is a medical doctor and public health expert. For the past 10 years her work has been focused on advocacy, policy, health communications, development and management of various healthcare programs.

Gvantsa is a World Contraception Day Ambassador for Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Gvantsa leads Women Deliver Young Leaders Program Alumni Committee and was One Young World Ambassador from Georgia. 


She was awarded the Edmund S. Muskie Graduate Fellowship by the U.S. Department of State and EACR Fellowship Award by the European Association for Cancer Research.

Previously, Gvantsa worked for various health projects with different local and international organizations in Georgia, Europe, USA, Rwanda, Ecuador and Costa Rica. Gvantsa earned a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree from Tbilisi State Medical University and a Masters in Public Health (MPH) from the University of Missouri-Columbia in the United States.