Cofounder & CEO
As Cofounder and CEO of assessURhealth™, David oversees the strategic direction of the company, bringing his years of experience running and developing successful businesses to bear on the rapid acceleration of assessURhealth.
Mr. Schlaifer has been named BizTech CEO of the Year, recognized as one of the 100 leading CEO’s in Tampa Bay, named to Tampa Bay’s “Movers & Shakers” by Business Leader Magazine, and was a finalist for the Tampa Bay Technology Forum Outstanding Leadership Award.
“We saw an unrecognized need in the mental health sector. assessURhealth is a real solution that lets us address patients, providers, and societies needs with one comprehensive application.”
David also serves as President and CEO of DAS Health, a healthcare technology and services firm that over the past decade has become a trusted advisor to over 1500 clinicians and health systems, providing care to over 7 million patients nationwide. He held previous positions as CEO of a national legal services company, Group Vice President of a privately held billion-dollar global conglomerate, and was COO of one of the largest insurance companies in South Africa in addition to other leadership positions. He is the founder of Dr-Connect, the Tampa Bay Health e-Connection, and was an early member of the Tampa Bay Regional Health Information Organization steering committee.
David has two grown daughters. He served on the board of Eckerd Youth Alternatives and the Founding Board of Education Africa USA alongside such notables as former UN Ambassador Andrew Young, has participated on a White House Advisory Board, and currently serves on several other Boards of Directors. David is an inactive member of the Illinois and Florida State Bars and received his Juris Doctor from IIT Chicago-Kent Law School and Bachelor of Science from The Ohio State University.
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