Leadership Team

Paul Inderbitzin

Paul is the Founder and CEO of Inderbitzin Solutions. Paul recognized the healthcare paradox and determined it was time to build a team and address it. The paradox is quality healthcare and patient services have steadily declined while costs have skyrocketed in an environment where higher capability technology with lower costs has flourished. An expert in business strategy and risk management, Paul’s career began at Traveler’s Insurance. He quickly evolved his expertise and acumen at American Mutual Insurance Alliance, American Farm Bureau, Reliance Insurance, and American Reinsurance where he served as Chairman, President, and CEO for many years. Mr. Inderbitzin led the leveraged buyout of American Re-Insurance by Kohlberg, Kravis & Roberts (KKR) and the eventual sale to Munich Reinsurance (the largest reinsurer in the world). At the time, this sale was KKR’s best return on equity investment in their history. After the sale, Mr. Inderbitzin retained his position as Chairman, President and CEO of American Reinsurance. His title also included CEO of Munich Reinsurance, North American Operations. Mr. Inderbitzin graduated from St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY earning a BA in Math and a major in Economics. He had extensive actuarial experience including being the Chief Actuary at the American Mutual Insurance Alliance and the American Farm Bureau.

  Denton R. Hunter, Jr.

As a technology executive for over 30 years, Denton has an enviable track record of proven performance. He is an expert at propelling product revenue growth, profit margins, client acquisition, and customer satisfaction to new heights. Denton’s collaborative approach to achieving common goals enables him to partner with global clients, aligning their needs with product strategy, roadmaps, sales, and marketing. He has the ability to articulate value through customer-focused service, amplifying both relationships and solutions value.

Denton’s ability to create, evangelize, and deliver innovative and practical solutions across stakeholders and industries has been bolstered by an understanding of the value of diverse, multiple, high-performance teams. Denton is a team builder with international experience and leads by enabling those who work with and for him to deliver exceptional results. Through motivational leadership emphasizing mentorship and skills development, his teams have a long history of overcoming obstacles, meeting critical production challenges, and achieving aggressive goals.

With deep understanding of state-of-the-art technologies and development methodologies Denton drives the rapid development and deployment of marketable products and service. Throughout his career, Denton has led successful initiatives for international, customers, and federal/government markets.

Al Nugent

Alan Nugent is a technology industry veteran who has served in a number of leadership roles in multinational corporations and early/mid-stage companies. Currently, Alan serves as a Chief Technology Officer at Inderbitzin Solutions, working on secure, scalable, global data management solutions for the healthcare industry. Prior to Inderbitzin Systems, he led the development of the Oracle Cancer Research Cloud, a massive, curated multi-omic repository designed to accelerate research for individualized treatments and molecular medicine. He also is a Principal at Marlborough Street Partners and is currently on the Board of Jaxon.ai whose technology enables the creation of training data for AI systems. Al has served as a senior technology executive for CA Technologies, Novell, and Xerox. He was also the CIO and CISO for American Re/Munich Re. Alan also advises several early/mid stage technology and healthcare startups including Jaxon.ai, N-of-One, Lavoro Technologies, Palladian Partners, LLC, and others. He co-authored Big Data for Dummies and was the lead technical editor for Cognitive Computing and Big Data Analytics. He is an instrument-rated private pilot and has played professional poker for the past 3 decades. In his sparse spare time, he enjoys rebuilding older American muscle cars and motorcycles, collecting antiquarian books, epicurean cooking, and has a passion for cellaring American and Italian wines.

Kristin Raffaelle

Kristin is a technology, strategic marketing, and business development veteran who has served in leadership roles in multinational corporations, early mid-stage, and emerging nonprofits. She is passionate about using technology to empower people.  At Inderbitzin Solutions, she works to create, extend and deliver advanced scientific and technological value that benefits the system-whole as measured by better patient outcomes. Before Inderbitzin Solutions, she led Global Marketing functions at GTE/Ag Communication Systems and Lucent Technologies, Bell Labs (I.P., Wireless and Wireline). She was the Vice President of Marketing at Aprima EMR, and CEO of Health Current, Arizona's primary resource for information technology and HIE exchange, and the V.P. of Business Development, ISC. Inc. Her career placed her at the creation and initial development stages of large networks, mass-scale relational data, including genomic detail and fully integrated voice, video, and data. While in the biotech thermal testing and validation segment she was a member of the American Red Cross HIV task force, that defined and delivered the world's blood product collection, packaging, and distribution system. She is the founder of Demosophy.com, a technology see, feel, and think tank; and a book Demosophy, Wisdom of the People, a framework that weaves physical and digital health as the golden threads of enabling humanity's sustainability and survivability.