Aidoc’s leadership draws on broad industry experience including sales, marketing and RD to create the most powerful technology solutions that are making a difference for millions of patients around the globe. Our leadership team combines a cutting-edge innovation mindset with a dedicated belief in making a real impact on the healthcare world today.
Chief Executive Officer
Elad Walach is a co-founder and CEO of Aidoc. He is an expert in AI with visionary business insights in the healthcare space. Since establishing Aidoc in early 2016, (total of $60Mil), Elad has driven the commercial availability of 6 product lines, created an install base of over 400 global hospitals while growing the company to over 120 employees. Elad began his career in the elite Israeli Defense Force technology program “Talpiot”. He led AI research in the Israeli Air Force where he initiated and managed several teams focused on machine learning and computer vision projects. Elad holds a B.Sc. in Mathematics and Physics from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and has published multiple academic papers on deep learning.
Chief Technology Officer
Michael Braginsky is a co-founder and CTO of Aidoc. He has advanced experience in medical image segmentation and visualization techniques. Since co-founding Aidoc, Michael has defined a comprehensive product roadmap applicable to over 75% of the most common acute pathologies in CTs, creating one of the largest annotated medical imaging databases in the world. Michael began his career in the elite Israeli Defense Force technology program “Talpiot”. Prior to Aidoc, he served as Head of an R&D department for the Israeli Special Forces, where he led the deployment of the ministry’s state-of-the-art vision technologies, supporting the systems in military operational setups. Michael holds a B.Sc. degree in Physics and Computer Science and a M.Sc. degree in Computer Science (specialized in Medical Image Processing) from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He speaks three languages (English, Hebrew, and Russian) and lectures at the International Biomedical Informatics Program at Bar-llan University.
Guy Reiner is a co-founder and Vice President of Research and Development at Aidoc. Guy has extensive experience in high performance computing, mathematical and algorithmic research, efficient implementation, software research and operational development. Since co-founding Aidoc, he has led the process of regulatory approval (CE and FDA) of Aidoc’s first three product lines and has established a team of world-class AI developers who are now able to release abnormality detection solutions for new pathologies every three months. Guy began his career in the elite Israeli Defense Force technology program “Talpiot”. Prior to Aidoc, he led a research team in high performance computing in the Israeli NSA equivalent, unit 8200. Guy holds a B.Sc. in Mathematics and Physics summa cum laude from The Hebrew University and an M.Sc. in Game Theory from Tel Aviv University.
Gal Yaniv, M.D, Ph.D
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Yaniv is a co-founder and the Chief Medical Officer at Aidoc contributing his expertise and knowledge to help in the continuing development of advanced, healthcare grade AI. A double graduate (M.D, PhD, cum laude on both) of the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Dr. Yaniv completed his radiology residency at Sheba, Tel HaShomer hospital as well as diagnostic neuroradiology fellowship at Yale school of medicine and endovascular neurosurgery fellowship at Mount Sinai Hospital. He is currently an endovascular neurosurgeon at Sheba – Tel HaShomer hospital. He has published in numerous scientific publications focusing on basic science, radiology and public health, including a recent publication at the New England Journal of Medicine, and has presented in various scientific conferences worldwide. As a “Talpiot” alumni, he participates in the “Talpiot Medical Leadership Program” at Tel HaShomer Hospital..
Eyal Morag, M.D
A graduate of Boston University School of Medicine, Dr. Morag completed his Radiology Residency and Fellowship in Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School. He served in several Chairmanship positions in U.S. hospitals, was a member of one of the largest private radiology groups in the U.S. and currently serves as Chairman of Radiology at Assuta Ashdod Medical Center, Ashdod, Israel. Dr. Morag is certified by the American Board of Radiology and has extensive international experience developing and establishing radiology-related businesses. He is a great believer in AI technology and helps the Aidoc team shape and redefine their new approach to image interpretation.
VP Business Development
Tom Valent is the Vice President of Business Development at Aidoc. He is in charge of promoting Aidoc’s exponential growth by creating go-to-market strategies, tailoring Aidoc’s advanced technologies to various clinical settings and pain points of medical institutions, and leading collaborations with the technology ecosystem in the healthcare industry. His experience entails market entry & growth strategy, venture capital, and management of client and partner relationships. He graduated from Tel Aviv University with a MBA in Finance and a Joint Law Degree. Previously, he worked as a management consultant for Boston Consulting Group, one of the top global management consulting firms, as well as a senior associate for KPMG, one of the Big Four auditors.
Ariella Shoham is the Vice President of Marketing at Aidoc where she defines the company’s marketing strategy, leads global awareness, drives content creation and orchestrates demand generation and lead acquisition activities. Her marketing experience spans over 20 years, ranging from startups to public companies and includes the whole gamut of marketing activities. Prior to Aidoc, Ariella was part of the Senior Management Team at Gemalto – a leading provider of cybersecurity solutions – where she was Sr. Director of Global Marketing for the software monetisation division. Ariella holds a Bachelor’s degree in East Asian studies from The Hebrew University in Jerusalem and an MBA from the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya.
Idan Bassuk is the Vice President of Artificial Intelligence at Aidoc. Idan has extensive experience in AI, software engineering and management of large-scale technological projects. Since joining Aidoc at its inception, Idan led the company's efforts to develop and scale algorithms for detection of life-threatening findings in medical images. Idan is responsible for the architecture of Aidoc’s unique infrastructure and methodologies for medical AI at scale. This infrastructure is the engine that enables Aidoc to build solutions for new pathologies every two months. Idan began his career in the elite Israeli Defense Force technology program “Talpiot”, which he graduated with highest honors. Prior to Aidoc, Idan led international cutting-edge technological projects from the stage of a science fiction idea, and into successful products that won the highest Israeli technological award.
John Jordan is VP of Sales at Aidoc where he is responsible for new client engagements and revenue growth. John has spent the last 25 years with rapid growth healthcare IT companies with a significant focus on medical imaging. First with IDX Systems where he built out their radiology IT business unit, and then with GE Healthcare where he led North American sales for GE’s radiology IT division. Since GE, John has been involved with several healthcare IT start-up companies where he was responsible for creating their overall go to market and revenue growth strategies. This includes InSiteOne, a cloud-based medical archive solution that was purchased by Dell in 2010; dbMotion where he established their North American sales organization and partnership with Allscripts who eventually acquired dbMotion in 2013; OpenTempo where he built out their entire sales and marketing business and established the company as a market leader in practice based workforce automation solutions, acquired by Qgenda. John earned a B.S. in Economics from St. Michael’s College and lives in Vermont with his wife and two sons.