Our Leadership Team

Marty McKenna, President and CEO

As President and CEO of Verisma, Marty McKenna is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the company. Marty has a proven executive management track record and over 20 years of experience in driving innovation and growth in the healthcare information and technology marketplace. Prior to his role with Verisma, Marty held multiple leadership roles in healthcare IT as the President of Allscripts Analytics, LLC and as leader of Operations and Marketing for dbMotion, Inc. Leading up to that role, Marty held multiple leadership roles of increasing responsibility in healthcare information technology.  Marty served as Global General Manager for General Electric’s suite of perioperative information technology solutions, Global Integration Manager for multiple acquisitions and global consulting and service leader for GE’s clinical information systems business. Marty holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Chicago.  Marty is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt and holds several software patents in healthcare information technology.

James C. Moore II, Chief Legal Officer

James C. Moore II has been involved with the company since its inception in 2002.  Mr. Moore has extensive experience in the government, private law firm, corporate, and management consulting worlds.  A cum laude graduate of Princeton University (1968) and Harvard Law School (1971), Mr. Moore served in government as a law clerk for a federal court of appeals judge in New York City and as a lawyer for the U.S. Senate Watergate Committee.  For eleven years he practiced business law in Washington, D.C., where he co-founded and helped to manage a law firm. He then spent nine years in senior executive positions with LexisNexis, the electronic research and publishing company.  In 1994 he founded a management consulting practice that involved work with technology companies and technology-oriented professional service firms.  He is an active member of the District of Columbia Bar, the New York State Bar, the American Health Lawyers Association, and the American Bar Association’s Health Law Section.

Kenneth Thompson, Strategic Advisor, Board Member

Kenneth Thompson joined Verisma as a member of the Office of the President in November 2011. His career spans startup companies, FORTUNE 100 companies, venture-backed and public, technology and manufacturing businesses. During graduate school, Mr. Thompson helped start a company that later merged with STSC. The resulting NASDAQ-listed company, renamed Manugistics, developed an integrated supply chain management software used by FORTUNE 500 companies. During his time at Manugistics, Mr. Thompson had responsibility for research and development, consulting, product marketing, international sales and mergers and acquisitions. In 2000, he became involved with NewView Technologies (formerly E-Steel) which was started as a platform to enable steel trading and then transitioned with a focus on sophisticated materials specification and management. Mr. Thompson is also Chairman and majority owner of CWS Industries, a manufacturing company connected with the natural resources sector that sells its products in resource rich countries around the world. Mr. Thompson’s education includes a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from the University of Alberta and an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. His principal responsibilities with Verisma include strategic planning, sales and marketing and technology.

David Collins, Chief Technology Officer

David Collins, who has been affiliated with Verisma in a consulting role since 2003, joined the company’s senior management group in early 2009.  The architect of the company’s patented, Web-based Record Jacket® Release Manager technology platform, Mr. Collins has many years of extensive experience in the technology and business worlds.  Included in that experience were seven years at Best Software (now Sage Software), where he served as Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Product Development for the Customer Relationship Management division.  During his tenure at Best Software, Mr. Collins developed and launched new products as well as upgrades to ACT! (a contact management program used by over 3 million small business owners) and upgrades to SalesLogix (a Customer Relationship Management system used by over 7,000 companies worldwide).

Andrew L. McManus, Senior Vice President, Sales

Andrew L. McManus started Infotrak Record Management, LLC, in 2002 as the health care division of Syracuse, New York-based Avalon Copy Centers of America.  Mr. McManus led the company through several years of impressive company growth before Infotrak was acquired by Verisma in the fall of 2007, and he has continued to play critical roles in the accelerating expansion of the company’s business. Before Infotrak, Mr. McManus held the position of North American Sales Manager for the Digital Video Products division of IBM, a global products group. Responsibilities included managing a $10 million sales territory with a varied distribution channel and as global marketing manager for a commercial chip line.  Other experiences include successful positions as a marketing and sales manager for a rapidly growing technology marketing firm with clients such as IBM, Corning Fiber Optics and Universal Instruments, and as western U.S. regional sales manager for a computer storage manufacturer with clients such as Intel, Microsoft, NASA and Boeing.

Alexander Krinsky, Vice President, Technical Operations

Alexander Krinsky joined the company in March 2008 in a newly created position. He has extensive information technology, management and development experience within the health care field. Most recently, Mr. Krinsky was Lead Development Engineer for the health plan administration division of Fiserv, a FORTUNE 500 Company, with over 3.5 million covered members, 900 public and private sector clients and over $7 billion in annual claims. He has served in technical leadership positions for six system conversions/migrations and two data center consolidations, which have resulted in automation of manual processes and more efficient work flows. Mr. Krinsky leads the information technology team and is responsible for network security, software and system development, Web sites and information technology purchases. Mr. Krinsky holds a BS in Marketing from Butler University, Indianapolis, and hopes to complete his technical MBA at Colorado State University – Pueblo.