We use our expertise to build products and deliver services to help the human population live safer, healthier, and more productive lives. Our collective team of company leadership and esteemed advisors have more than 40 years of leading in the product development, digital analytics, data security, artificial intelligence, and medical fields.
The Plan Heal Executive Leadership Team
Chief Executive Office and Chair of the Board
Tammy is an industry recognized data utilization and product thought leader that is committed to creating innovative digital products and services that empower the consumer. She has her finger on the pulse of what consumers are seeking to be more empowered to make important life choices. Her digital products and philosophy on partnering with the consumer to create the best products and customer experience resulted in her being awarded customer experience awards from Forrester and JD Powers while leading digital transformation, cloud innovation, and data protection efforts for domestic and international Fortune companies. Her innovative technology products are still in the market and positively impacts the lives of millions of people everyday. She is now doing the same at Plan Heal--building a health management application experience like no other that will positively impact the lives of millions.
Tammy received executive education in Transition Design from Carnegie Mellon University and a Master's Degree in Business and Law from Loyola University School of Law. She also holds certifications in Determinants of Health, Epidemiology, and Sexually Transmitted Infections.
Eric A. McMiller II
President and Chief Information Officer
Eric is an Information Technology and Cyber Security professional having led large teams to complete complex data and software development projects for national government agencies like: The National Security Agency- NSA and The Department of Defense- DoD. He is versed in Network, Security, Data Management, Product Development, and Software Development. His innovative work is used to help support the Nation's security and technology advancement goals.
Eric has a Bachelor of Science Degree from the School of Electrical Engineering in Information Technology and Cyber Security from the United States Military Academy- West Point
The Plan Heal Board of Advisors
Dr. Jacqueline Jones, MD
Dr. Jacqueline Jones is an Associate Professor of Clinical Otolaryngology at Weill Cornell Medical Center.
She graduated from Smith College, completed her residency at University of Pennsylvania and her fellowship at Harvard University.
She sits on the Medical Advisory Board of Castle Connolly Top Doctors.
She is founder of Vaccinate4Love, a national public awareness campaign urging patients and communities, especially communities of color, to not hesitate, but vaccinate as early as possible.
She is the best selling author of Medical Parenting: How to Navigate Health, Wellness and the Medical System with Your Child.
Dr. Jordan Josephson, MD
Dr. Jordan S. Josephson is an internationally renowned nasal and endoscopic sinus surgeon. He specializes in nasal cosmetic and functional nasal and sinus surgery. He received his undergraduate degree in chemistry from the State University of New York at Albany with distinction.
His medical school training was obtained from the State University of New York at Downstate Medical School. He completed his internship in general surgery and then a residency in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Long Island Jewish Hospital. He is board certified in his specialty.
He completed a fellowship with Dr. David W. Kennedy in Nasal and Endoscopic Sinus Surgery at Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore. He was the first fellowship trained endoscopic sinus and nasal surgeon in the United States. He was also an instructor on the faculty at the Johns Hopkins Medical Center. Presently Dr. Josephson is in private practice in Manhattan. His philosophy is to offer the highest quality of medical care to his patients through the latest in state of the art technology.
He consulted the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland where he worked closely with the Chief-Clinical Otolaryngology-NIDCD-NIH to research new techniques for nasal and facial cosmetic reconstruction in patients with special functional and cosmetic deformities of the nose and face.
He has published and presented papers at meetings internationally. He has taught hundreds of physicians the technique of endoscopic sinus surgery. He has been invited as an honorary guest lecturer around the world. He has written, published and presented papers at meetings internationally. His textbooks and chapters on the subject of endoscopic sinus surgery and facial cosmetic surgery have been published in many languages and are known around the world.
He was an invited spokesman for the Lifetime Medical Television program on sinusitis with Dr. Roger Boles. He has been featured as an expert on various news segments on CBS, NBC, FOX and NY One.
He served as appointee to the Rhinology and Paranasal Sinus committee of the American Academy of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery, the committee formed to set the standards for nasal and sinus surgery in the United States.
Dr. Benjamin Harvey, PhD
Dr. Harvey graduated from Mississippi Valley State University (MVSU) in 2008 with a B.S. in Pre-Medicine & Computer Science. He received a Master of Science in Computer Science from Bowie State University in 2011 and a Doctor of Science in Computer Science from Bowie State University (BSU) in 2015.
He is currently a Sr. Research Associate at Johns Hopkins University supporting Nilanjan as a data scientist. He previously served as a Lead Data Scientist and Solutions Architect with Databricks where he supported data science solutions engineering for federal customers and developed genomics pipelines for their Public Sector and Health and Life Sciences (HLS) services organization.
He was also a Research Professor at George Washington University (GWU) within the Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering and Department of Computer Science’s joint Data Analytics graduate program where he taught Data Science and Big Data Analytics courses.
He joined the National Security Agency (NSA) in 2009 where his final position was the Chief of Operations Data Science. He was hired into the Cryptologic Computer Science Develop Program (CDP), graduated from the CDP in 2012, and was the first African American to be accepted and to finish the program.
He was a research fellow at Harvard-Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Division of Health Sciences and Technology (HST) in the Bioinformatics and Integrative Genomics (BIG) program in 2008. He was a Post-Graduate Research-Fellow with i2b2, National Center for Biomedical Computing, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Children’s Hospital Boston Informatics Program (CHIP) in conjunction at Harvard Medical School.