President & COO
Corey oversees Happtique’s day-to-day operations and leads business development. Prior to co-founding Happtique, Corey served as associate general counsel for GNYHA Ventures, working on a broad array of healthcare matters, and worked at both Mintz Levin and Gordon Altman.
Chief Technology Officer
Adam oversees Happtique product development. He has broad experience creating software products and services. Adam has worked as a program manager at Microsoft and served as Chief Information Officer at Business Intelligence Associates.
As a former EMT, Jesse brings hands-on healthcare experience to Happtique’s tech team. He specializes in J2EE and HTML5/CSS3. Jesse has held development positions with Amplify Education and BDP International.
Miriam coordinates program launches and product updates for Happtique. Previously, Miriam worked as an in-house strategy consultant for Roll Global and was a program manager at the Business Council for International Understanding, a global commerce non-profit.
Martin F. Mendiola MD, MPH
Martin leads Happtique’s clinical research and development. Martin’s past experience includes providing direct patient care – both in hospitals and through humanitarian organizations.
John joined Happtique’s technology team from eFront Financial Solutions to tackle the meaningful market of mobile health. Already familiar with a variety of software languages, the list only keeps growing while working at Happtique.
Matt leads Happtique’s long- and short-term product innovations through the entire product lifecycle. He has held major Product roles in five startups and has vast experience in the mHealth space, bringing multiple devices through the FDA including the world’s first cellular-enabled glucose meter and patient/provider portals.
Happtique was born out of a longstanding commitment to healthcare business innovation. Our parent organizations, the Greater New York Hospital Association and its for-profit arm, GNYHA Ventures, serve 250+ hospitals and 30,000+ healthcare businesses nationwide across five active companies that transact annual commerce of approximately $10 billion.
Lee H. Perlman
CEO, Happtique President, GNYHA Ventures
Lee is President of GNYHA Ventures, a wholly owned, for-profit subsidiary of the Greater New York Hospital Association and serves as CEO of Happtique. Lee has grown GNYHA Ventures’ business entities into 11 companies serving more than 30,000 customers across the healthcare continuum, as well as non-healthcare industries, in all 50 states and Puerto Rico. GNYHA Ventures’ portfolio businesses conduct $10 billion in commerce annually across group purchasing, management outsourcing, healthcare consulting, and digital health industries. GNYHA is also the largest shareholder in Premier, Inc.