Mr. Steve Goldberg is the founder and president of Inet International Inc, a Canadian technology management consulting firm. Inet International has been an incubator for the development of Glycemicare which is now available for commercialization. Mr. Goldberg has a BA in Economics and Computer Science from the University of Western Ontario. He sits on the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organizations as well as he gives talks on online market research and wireless technology in healthcare. In healthcare delivery, Mr. Goldberg and his team used the first standardized wireless technology infrastructure to deliver innovative chronic disease management solutions. His technical expertise and international reputation have resulted in the program being recognized and utilized internationally.
Dr. Sheldon Silver is a family physician, practicing in Mississauga Ontario for the past 34 years. He is on staff at the Credit Valley Hospital as well as the Trillium Health Centre in Mississauga. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Toronto and has been an interviewer for admissions committee. Dr. Silver worked as an emergency room physician for many years and was the District Medical Officer for Veterans Affairs of Canada, at the Sunnybrook Medical Centre. He was the founder, owner/operator of a multidisciplinary physiotherapy and rehabilitation clinic. Dr. Silver has a special interest in supporting his patients with diabetes, and has been a medical consultant for INET International since 2001. He also was an evaluator and member of the clinical advisory group for the Diabetes Registry with eHealth Ontario from 2010 to 2012. He participates in many clinical trials to support advancing medicine and care. His dedication and vision for enhancing communication for people with diabetes through technology has helped lead this program to its success.
Ms. Debbie Hollahan is a Certified Diabetes Educator, and is currently the director Waterloo Wellington Diabetes. She was previously the manager of the Credit Valley Diabetes Care Centre in Mississauga, where she led the pilot study with INET International. Since that time, she has continued to provide consultation in the development of Glycemicare. Ms. Hollahan was the provincial diabetes program coordinator with the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care in 2007. She has been a member of many national and provincial advisory boards, including the clinical advisory group for the Diabetes Registry with eHealth Ontario. She is currently an instructor for the Michener Institute in Toronto for the Diabetes Educator Certificate Program and is a reviewer for the Canadian Journal of Diabetes. She has published numerous articles as well as done many presentations, nationally and internationally. Her passion for improving diabetes care and her strengths in clinical expertise and business acumen, have helped guide this program to its success.