DocPanel is the world’s first on-demand, pay-as-you-go, contract-free service offering radiological reads, second opinions, educational consults, and diagnoses from high-caliber, subspecialty radiologists at prestigious academic hospitals in the United States.
Find exactly the expertise you need and pay only for the services you use. Our revolutionary marketplace business model gives healthcare providers and patients a choice — and a voice — in sending, discovering, reading, and diagnosing complex clinical cases online.
At the heart of DocPanel are elite medical professionals whose capabilities and expertise can be trusted. We offer access to some of the top board-certified subspecialty radiologists in the United States. Our vision is to provide a fresh, new way of delivering care by bringing together communities of the most qualified physicians to serve the needs of those who matter most — patients.
Nirish founded DocPanel to improve access to expert radiologists in subspecialty niches for patients and imaging providers alike. Adding to over two decades of entrepreneurial passion, DocPanel is the result of
In 2000, Nirish earned his Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Finance at Saint Joseph’s College of Commerce. One year after receiving his degree, Nirish founded his first company, Technology Holdings, where he worked as the Managing Director. The company is a cross-border Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) and Private Equity advisory group focused exclusively on outsourcing vendors. Technology Holdings has a proven track record of advising industry leaders in the outsourcing vertical.
Inspired by his success in his early entrepreneurship, Nirish soon started his second company, Trouver. At Trouver, he worked as a Strategy Consultant specializing in Healthcare Technology with a strong focus on M&A, Strategic Account Management, and New Product Development.
Applying all he’s learned since launching his first company, Nirish continues to invest his time and energy into creating a future where better health outcomes are the rule and not the exception. He is confident that DocPanel will transform the healthcare landscape by improving access to quality, radiological reads.
Dr. Philip Templeton has an extensive background in both academic medicine and entrepreneurial medicine. A graduate and valedictorian at the University of Rochester School of Medicine, he did his internship in Medicine at the Georgetown University Hospital. His radiology residency was at the University of Maryland, where he also served as Chief Resident. He undertook his Thoracic Radiology Fellowship at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Academic highlights include: Thoracic Radiology Section Chief at Johns Hopkins and subsequently at the University of Maryland; Consultant Radiologist at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology for ten years; and Radiology Professor and Chairman at the University of Maryland for ten years. His major academic interest was in the uses of CT and other technologies for examining thoracic pathology, with over 150 articles, book chapters, presentations, and exhibits on CT and MRI in the Thorax. He was a pioneer in the use of CT Fluoroscopy, lecturing and demonstrating CT Fluoro biopsy techniques nationally and internationally.
He was a pioneer in digital x-ray and the use of PACS and teleradiology, presenting at multiple categorical courses at RSNA the University of Maryland experience in creating the largest electronic imaging enterprise in the US, and hosting and chairing SCAR (now SIIM) in 1998.
While at University of Maryland, Dr. Templeton more than doubled the clinical practice by adding coverage to additional hospitals, imaging centers, and teleradiology projects. He was intimately involved in capital and technology acquisition, planning, and management of these sites. He served on the advisory boards of multiple imaging companies, as well as serving as the President of the Medical staff for two years.
Dr. Templeton was inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Radiology in 2000.
In 2001, Dr. Templeton left his chair to found and develop a successful national teleradiology business, servicing 34 US states and ranked #2 in the US. He sold that company in 2008. Subsequently, he has been a consultant, Chief Medical Officer, and investor/entrepreneur in various fields in and out of medicine.
With 35 years of clinical and diagnostic imaging experience, Dr. Templeton is a valued member of the DocPanel family. His extensive medical background is what enables the meticulous execution of DocPanel’s vision — to provide all imaging providers and patients with subspecialty resources that enable fast, accurate, and expert diagnostic interpretations.
Philip works as DocPanel’s Chief Medical Officer, but his diverse contribution across relationship development, marketing, sales, and business operations has cemented DocPanel’s relevancy and value in the imaging and healthcare industry.
Cate brings 20 years of strategic planning, product development, and operations experience to DocPanel. She is a top performer with hands-on management experience across diverse industries. At DocPanel, Cate oversees project and program management efforts making her an irreplaceable addition to the DocPanel team. Her enthusiasm invigorates and motivates, enabling DocPanel to stay on schedule and exceed project quality standards. As an exceptional communicator and polished presenter, she possesses an unmatched ability to manage vendor relationships including RFPs, comparisons, and contract negotiations.
Before working at DocPanel, Cate held positions of leadership at globally recognized organizations. She was a Management Consultant at IBM and a Senior Development Analyst at Fortent. As a Senior Project Manager at RSA, the Security division of EMC, she managed multiple client implementations of fraud detection software. Cate was also the VP Senior Project Manager at Morgan Stanley where she oversaw the global roll out of their new project tracking software and led a team of consultants and top executives. As the Director of Practice Operations at Weill Cornell Medicine, she managed clinical practice operations leading a team of project managers, trainers, and reporting analysts.
At DocPanel, Cate places a strong focus on building the product management and operational teams. This includes building product design and delivery, implementation, customer success teams, and the client contact center.
Rady’s numerous accomplishments and history of success are what make him an instrumental player in the creation of DocPanel. His expansive knowledge in the health industry, entrepreneurial achievements, and success-driven strategies all contribute to the growth and vitality of DocPanel.
For over 20 years, Rady has worked in healthcare, focusing on areas like diagnostic imaging specific technology and software architecture. He worked at Madras Engineer Services which was the first company to indigenously develop microprocessor-based bedside monitors. By focusing on enhancing and advancing his capabilities, he eventually became a Production Engineer assembling and testing bedside monitors and ECG machines.
After this project, Rady worked at Manmar Technologies as a Senior Programmer and Sonoware Product Developer. At Manmar, he developed a Structured Reporting solution for ultrasound and was responsible for Beta Site product evaluation. Rady also worked as a Product Specialist for Manmar where he demonstrated Sonoware to luminaries and gathered critical market insights. He played a pivotal role in launching Asia’s first structured reporting solution in India and designed and installed one of Asia’s biggest ultrasound PACS at Mediscan Systems.
After largely contributing to the success of other companies, Rady founded his own. He became the Vice President of CIMAR Medical Networks, a healthcare solution provider of teleradiology solutions located in India. CIMAR allows its customers to transfer medical images in a standard DICOM format to a prescribed destination.
Finding success in CIMAR, Rady founded second company called Pellucid Networks. He worked as the CTO for Pellucid Networks and as the CTO for Innovative Healthcare. Rady implemented radiology workflow solutions for diagnostic centers, converted hospitals from conventional picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) to state-of-the-art radiology workflows, implemented turnkey teleradiology solutions, built an online marketplace for teleradiology, and created a cost-effective radiology workflow appliance.
Adding to his accomplished resume, Rady now spearheads technology and development initiatives for DocPanel where his leadership has been instrumental in the creation of the world’s first on-demand, online subspecialty marketplace for radiological reads.
Using extensive background and problem-solving skills, Anuj contributes to the strategic and ongoing growth of DocPanel. He is inspired by entrepreneurship and dreams of managing his own business one day. Anuj has a magnetic personality and willingness to learn that helps fuel the endless energy and passion of the DocPanel team. Focused on goals, short term wins, long term success, and ongoing learning, Anuj adds a spirit of ambition that keeps DocPanel laser focused on its mission to deliver a better option for quality, subspecialty radiological reads to imaging providers and patients.
A recent graduate from Babson College, Anuj studied Business Management, Finance, and Entrepreneurship. He worked as an intern at K&P Equipment in 2013 and at JLL India in 2015. He was also an Operations Manager at Cable Control in 2014 as well as a Research Analyst at Trans-Continental Venture Fund in 2016.