Mark D. Novick, M.D., Medical Director
Dr. Novick brings proven success as an innovator in radiology to his role of Medical Director at All-American Teleradiology. He provides clinical leadership and oversees the Quality Assurance program. His expertise in Women’s Imaging has led to recognition as a New York City and Metro Area “Top Doctor” in Women’s Imaging and Diagnostic Radiology for the past 8 years. He has helped pioneer the introduction of Breast MRI and Molecular Breast Imaging in the outpatient market served as medical director for the largest chain of MRI centers in the state of New York.
Dr. Novick is a member of the American College of Radiology, Radiological Society of North America, Society of Breast Imaging, New York Metropolitan Breast Cancer Group and the New York State Medical Association. He formally trained at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, with additional training at the University of California San Francisco.
Scott Pohlkamp, Chief Executive Officer
Scott Pohlkamp is an industry veteran in the field of teleradiology, having previously launched two successful national teleradiology practices. Additionally he has worked with hospital-based radiology practices and is well versed on the challenges they face in this increasingly competitive market. He understands and applies the best practices of running a teleradiology operation through his nearly twenty years of experience in radiology practice and imaging center management, operations and business development at Drs. Hill & Thomas, University Radiologists, National Diagnostic Imaging and as a founding employee at Franklin & Seidelmann.
He has delivered high-quality teleradiology services to hundreds of physician groups and hospitals, entities, focusing on the needs of clients including clinical expertise and a clear understanding of the required workflow. Scott’s leadership skills are driven by a strong work ethic, proven track record of success, high integrity and a wealth of experience. Scott holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Cincinnati. He earned a Master’s degree in Applied Communication Theory and Methodology from Cleveland State University. Mr. Pohlkamp lives with his wife and three children in Bay Village, Ohio.
Krysty Radabaugh, R.T., Director of Operations, and Chief MRI Technologist
Krysty Radabaugh is a radiology veteran with more than 20 years of experience in hospital and outpatient settings. She has served as MRI Coordinator for Cleveland Clinic hospitals; Technical Director for Franklin & Seidelmann Teleradiology; and MRI Accreditation Specialist with national MRI center chain, MMR Holdings Inc. She has managed multiple MRI centers utilizing a wide range of MRI equipment, which includes: Hitachi, Phillips, GE, Siemens, Toshiba and Esaote. Ms. Radabuagh has worked as a MRI Applications Specialist with Hitachi Medical Systems American and Consultant to GE Medical and Bayer Healthcare. Her educational background includes a B.S. in Biomedical Technology and a M.S. in Physics with emphasis on fMRI. She holds professional certifications in X-ray, CT and MRI.
Matthew M. Brown, R.T.(R)(CT)(MR)ARRT, Director of Quality Assurance
Matt is focused on quality assurance and peer review internally. Additionally, he assists clients in compliance, equipment accreditation and patient positioning. Matt has 30 years of private practice and hospital radiology experience including wide-ranging experience as a MRI technologist before transitioning to management. He has more than 18 years of teleradiology experience, and was a founding employee of one of the nation’s first and largest teleradiology firms. His tenure led him in to develop skill sets in all facets of teleradiology to include quality assurance. Matt was the Director of Radiologic Technology Support for Radisphere National Radiology Group, and prior to that Franklin & Seidelmann Subspecialty Teleradiology. At both companies he was instrumental in developing DICOM image management, VPN configuration, voice recognition installs/support, RIS/PACS networking, billing, coding and client support. Matt has worked with multiple RIS/PACS vendors including GE, Philips, Merge Healthcare, RamSoft and MediMatrix. Besides his technical expertise, he has been extensively involved in teleradiology quality assurance, quality control to include HIPAA, HIPAA security, and ACR Peer View.
Karryn Kaprosy, Director of Credentialing & Billing
Karryn joins All-American after having recently spent the last several years as a Practice Administrator with Cogent Healthcare in Oxnard, California. Working closely with the hospital medical staff, Kaprosy was responsible for physician scheduling; credentialing; and implementing staff policies and procedures. Prior to her stint at Cogent, she served Franklin & Seidelmann Teleradiology (Radisphere) in several capacities including Billing Manager and Manager of Licensing and Credentialing. This included overseeing Medicare and Medicaid enrollment for 150 providers in 50 states. Kaprosy’s unique experience in teleradiology and hospital management makes her an excellent fit for All-American Teleradiology.
Rob Hoyle, Director of Information Technology
Mr. Hoyle is responsible for the management and development of the information systems utilized by All-American Teleradiology. He is ideally suited to oversee IT due to his extensive experience in deploying and maintaining PACS and RIS, design and implementation of secure wide area networks, and support of radiologist workstations. Mr. Hoyle earned an MBA from Mississippi State University; he holds professional certifications from both Microsoft and CompTIA. He has served as the CIO for Premier Health Group and Systems Administrator for the Institute for Neurocognitive Science and Technology.
Jeremiah Jones, R.T. (R)(MR), Technologist Liaison/PACS Administration
A highly experienced MRI tech, Jeremiah brings a proven track record of imaging center management and development to All-American. He works with clients to ensure the best image quality and serves as a daily liaison to ensure efficient workflow and referring physician satisfaction. After moving from hospital-based radiology to outpatient center management, Jeremiah had the unique experience of losing an imaging center in Joplin, Missouri due to a massive tornado…then managed the successful reconstruction and business re-launch.