We are physicians and healthcare experts that have worked on the front lines of the triple aim and recognize that addressing SDOH has always been the most important, if often ignored, driver of health outcomes. Now we are using our collective clinical, technology and industry experience to develop solutions focused on the most vulnerable populations of the communities we serve.
Trenor Williams, MD - CEO and Founder
Trenor has more than 20 years in healthcare leadership including as a family practice physician, health system executive, Lieutenant Commander in the Navy Reserves, Chief Medical Information Officer and entrepreneur. In 2008, Trenor founded Clinovations, a strategic health IT consulting firm, which he sold to Advisory Board Company in 2014.
He is deeply connected to the non-profit world and specifically focused on food insecurity and hunger for the most vulnerable populations in communities. He is on the National Leadership Council for Share Our Strength and the Board of Directors of DC Greens. He is also the father of two amazing girls, husband to an incredible wife, son of a social worker, son of a dreamer and avid bike rider.
Ryan Bosch, MD - President and Founder
Ryan has more than 20 years in healthcare as an active internal medicine physician, decorated Air Force officer/veteran, health system CMIO/CIO and serial entrepreneur. Ryan founded Prevention Systems LLC, a company that pioneered and now licenses USPSTF Health Risk Appraisals (HRA) to health providers. Ryan holds a business method patent on this proprietary integrated platform.
Ryan is passionate about health education, healthcare literacy, and cultural competence. Known to give his cell phone to patients, Ryan has served as the personal physician to dozens of specialized teams varying from POTUS / Whitehouse Medical Unit to his local little league and pee-wee football teams. Ryan gets fired up by any quote from the Dead Poet Society, lives as a fearless optimist, and charges healthcare windmills with Quixote-like verve. He is married to the smartest person he ever met, has two awesome children, and a labradoodle that meets him at the door each night hoping for a quick run.
Matt Lambert, MD - CMOO and Founder
Matt has 20 years of experience in healthcare as either an emergency medicine clinician, consultant, or Chief Medical Information Officer. Prior to founding Socially Determined, he started his own physician staffing company and consulted with Clinovations and the Advisory Board. He also served as CMIO for New York City Health and Hospitals, where he led the Epic implementation at the nation’s largest safety net system.
Dr. Lambert practices emergency medicine, primarily in underserved areas of his native West Virginia, where he sees firsthand the impacts of social determinants upon our health and how they affect such key areas as utilization and opioid abuse. He has volunteered internationally on medical assignments in Kenya, Belize, and Haiti.
Matt is a published author of two books on healthcare reform and is an independent musician who enjoys staying fit and recreating outdoors. He lives in DC’s Logan Circle neighborhood with a woman to whom he listens and a dog who doesn’t listen to him.
Anthony Beverina - Chief Technology Officer and Founder
Mr. Beverina is a national expert on analytics with a particular emphasis on risk analytics. He has led implementations of analytics in national security, homeland security, public safety, and commercial settings. Anthony co-founded Digital Sandbox, which provided advanced risk analytics and risk monitoring and sold that company in 2013.
Anthony has worked extensively in his career in local communities - large and small - across the country looking for analytic insights in the incredible wealth of data generated in those communities. He is an engineer, an investor, a licensed investment banker, a long-suffering Washington sports fan, and a married father of two girls.
Jason Jankowiak - Principal
Jason has 15 years of experience in the healthcare field, with a strong emphasis on hospital operations, clinical program management, physician enterprise leadership and quality improvement. Jason most recently spent 6 years as System Vice President of Cardiovascular Services for Catholic Health and has a broad management consulting background with roles at the Chartis Group, Deloitte, and the Advisory Board Company.
Jason has led a number of initiatives focused on bringing care coordination and health education into the community, focusing on patients challenged with chronic disease. He believes that caregivers need to meet the patient where they live and work, and that the silver bullet in healthcare is making sure that patients receive the right support as they navigate the healthcare system. Jason refuses to believe that a career in the NHL is out of reach and attempts to be on the ice a few times each week. Otherwise, he’s hanging out with his two beautiful daughters, ideally outdoors and away from it all.