Mr. Bennett has been responsible for signing more than $3B in new sales over a twenty-year healthcare
information technology (HCIT) career. He has held senior sales, marketing and operational roles at
Fortune 500 firms that include the Government Healthcare Division of Xerox and Siemens Medical. He
held senior posts at both public and privately held growth stage firms that included MModal
MedQuist) and SCI Solutions (formerly Scheduling.com). Mr. Bennett started his HCIT career at Shared
Medical Systems (SMS).
A graduate of the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and Executive Management Program at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, he is the Managing Director of a privately held educational services firm.
Mr. Lynch began his professional career in the telecommunications industry where he founded one of
largest construction companies serving AT&T, Verizon as well as many other top telecommunications
before selling it to a group funded in part by the Tudor Group in 2000. He also operated a small
certified, minority owned business, completing projects at Veterans Affairs Medical Centers where he
observed issues that included the mistreatment of our veterans and misuse of funds. His desire to
resolve these issues led Mr. Lynch to become a candidate for the US Congress in Florida’s 17th
Mr. Lynch is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University and is a Managing Member of an architectural, construction and real estate firm located in South Florida.
Mr. Ford is the founder of Fallcatcher, Inc. and serves as the Chief Product Officer. Mr. Ford spent nearly two decades in the technology sector including eight years designing, implementing, and supporting Voice, Data, and Cellular Networks working for leading firms that included Juniper Networks. Following that, he had a short stint in the real estate industry during the boom years in the early 2000’s. Mr. Ford was inspired to create the Fallcatcher solution while working in and later running a treatment center in South Florida where he learned first hand the challenges and abuses prevalent among those dealing with the opioid crisis, including patients, providers and insurers.
Mr. Ford holds CCNP (R/S) and CISSP certifications and a BS in Computer Science from Grand Canyon University.