Senscio is led by a diverse group of committed individuals who take great pride in working with each other to address a significant global problem - aging with good health and joy.
Piali De, PhD
Chief Executive Officer
Piali De is a co-founder and CEO of Senscio Systems. She is the co-inventor of Senscio’s patented Scio™ framework, the artificially intelligent inference engine that contextualizes data in any domain into actionable intelligence. Built upon Scio, Senscio Systems’ Ibis Health Program is a complex chronic care management system designed to improve self-management for patients with complex chronic conditions designed to enable coordination with multiple care team members resulting in early intervention to avoid complications. It provides the perfect balance between technology and the right touch for individuals with complex health needs, resulting in fewer avoidable hospital admissions and improved health outcomes.
Piali is the author of many publications, three patents, and one pending patent. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi and Sigma Pi Sigma honor societies and is the recipient of the National Women of Color’s 2009 Technology Innovation award. In 2005, Piali received the Raytheon CEO Award, Raytheon IDS President’s Award and Raytheon Business Development Excellence Award, for her work on profiling Marine Corps missions.
A recognized thought leader in digital health innovation, Piali is a frequent and eloquent speaker and guest lecturer at digital health summits and health care conferences, including HFMA, HIMSS, The MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge , Medical Development Group, MedSpeaks, and Health Innovators.
Prior to Senscio Systems, Piali was an Engineering Fellow at Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems. At Raytheon, she developed a system called Confluence™, designed to deliver knowledge-based decision support for public safety missions, pandemic crisis, natural disaster responses, military missions, and situations that require multiple organizations to analyze data simultaneously and respond in immediate unison.
Piali grew up in Calcutta, India. In 1982, she graduated Summa Cum Laude, from Hunter College of the City University of New York, with Bachelors and Masters degrees in Physics. In 1987, Piali completed the doctoral program in Physics at Brown University. She and her husband Hugh Stoddart have two sons: Keiron and Brenton; all four share a passion for traveling.
Chief Commercial Officer
Tom is a healthcare technology business builder and thought leader creating value at the intersection of patients, manufacturers and providers. Tom’s experience includes a combination of building companies from scratch and expanding the healthcare footprint of leading multinationals. Following the exit of two successful digital health companies, Tom grew the business of the acquiring companies by multiple factors. As healthcare and technology converge, his mission is to support global healthcare and life science clients adapt business practices and apply digital health technologies.
Chief Operating Officer
Mike Charley joined Senscio Systems in early 2014 and has served in a variety of leadership roles including SVP, Business Development, Chief Growth Officer, EVP, Operations and now as the Chief Operating Officer and Chief of Staff. In his current role he has accountability for all areas of Service Delivery including operations and logistics, HR, Financial Management, Contracting, Legal and other Compliance areas. As the Chief of Staff Mike coordinates routine staff responsibilities and assists all members of the Senscio Leadership Team with day to day issues impacting the company.
Prior to joining Senscio Systems, Mike had over 25 years of business leadership experience across all functional areas. Working in leadership roles in both Fortune 100 Companies and small businesses, his broad background and national/international network provides a firm foundation for current business success at Senscio.
A graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Mike served for 20+ years as a Naval Aviator, commanding both afloat and ashore squadrons and served in numerous tours in Washington D.C. Following retirement from the Navy, he worked in both defense and commercial
businesses, with more than 6 years specifically focused on scaling of successful entrepreneurial companies.
Mike and his wife Sherry live in Gulf Breeze, FL and enjoy traveling, hiking and outdoor activities in all seasons.
Kim O’Mahoney, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC-VP
Director of Clinical Services
Kim O’Mahoney joined Senscio Systems in 2022 as a Supervising Provider. While she continues in that role as well, she is now our Director of Clinical Services. Kim brings a wealth of clinical experience to Senscio. Prior to joining the team, she developed and ran the first ever fellowship for newly graduated family nurse practitioners in New Hampshire. As still the only one in the state, it was funded through a multi year HRSA grant, and expanded from two fellows at one site to nine fellows in five locations, under her tenure. Prior to that she was the lead provider for the well child program at New Hampshire’s largest Federally Qualified Health Center and supervised a team of clinical staff and child development experts.
She has also taught graduate students at the University of Southern Maine and continues to serve on the University of New Hampshire’s Preceptor Committee and as a subject matter expert for the UNH Project ECHO, an education program that is part of the UNH Institute for Health Policy and Practice.
Kim received her BSN from Mount St. Mary’s University in Los Angeles and her MSN from the University of Southern Maine.
She and her husband Stuart Wolf live in Wells, Maine and enjoy spending outdoor time, especially in the summer, with their five children and six grandchildren. They also entertain frequently and love to travel.
Hugh A. Stoddart, PhD
Chief Scientist R&D
Hugh A. Stoddart brings to Senscio Systems expertise in instrumentation, physical optics, optical engineering, electronics, data analysis, statistics, modeling of complex physical systems, programming, application development, control theory, optimization theory, neural networks, pattern recognition and image processing. He is a co-inventor of Senscio’s patented Scio™ framework.
Dr. Stoddart received his BS from Knox College (Elizabeth B. Smith Award for Excellence in Physics), his MS in physics from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma), and his ScM and PhD in physics from Brown University (Sigma Xi). Dr. Stoddart has authored twelve papers on the electronic and optical properties of amorphous semiconductors. He has been granted four patents in the field of medical instrumentation.
In 1987 Dr. Stoddart became a consultant to Strichman Medical Equipment, a manufacturer of a novel nuclear scanning device for the imaging of brain function. At Strichman Dr. Stoddart replaced their heuristic approach to image reconstruction with a revolutionary 3D MAP algorithm that was 20 years ahead of its time. All software for the scanning focal-point cameras presently in use worldwide was written entirely by him, as was the compiler to write the code. This created a multitasking application before multitasking was otherwise available.
In 1995 Dr. Stoddart co-founded NeuroPhysics Corporation upon winning an Army SBIR proposal to develop a non-invasive device for the in-vivo measurement of oxygen saturation in the liver to assess battlefield casualties. An NIH SBIR contract followed in which a novel approach to measuring oxygenation of the fetal brain during childbirth was developed using sub-nanosecond, tunable, pulsed lasers and gated image intensifiers. Both projects were very successful leading to the sale of IP and an R&D contract from Somanetics Corporation (now Covidian) for a commercial product.
Hugh enjoys traveling to exotic locations with his family. Mountain climbing, canoeing, nature photography, astronomy and pondering the nature of reality are his favorite pastimes.
Each and every one of the Senscio team represents the spirit of our company,