Shared Decisions Transform Health care
What is SDMCentral?
SDMCentral provides interactive, open-source, web-based Shared Decision-Making (SDM) Tools and access to an API that allows third-party developers to build SDM products for desktop computers, tablets, and mobile devices. The platform enables non-profits, professional health care associations, consultants, and industry partners to build crowd-validated SDM Tools and distribute them to patients, caregivers, and health care providers for the treatment of chronic diseases.
Our Vision and Mission
Our values drive us to transform health care for chronic disease.
We will empower patients, clinicians, caregivers, advocates and others to improve the management of chronic illness and disease.
To build safe, convenient tools for advocates and physicians.
We provide solutions for advocates, clinicians, caregivers, and patients so health care decisions more accurately reflect the preferences of those suffering from chronic disease.
Daniel G. Guerra, Jr.
Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Guerra is the LatinX founder of AltusLearn Network, a platform that enables health care professionals to track and meet annual compliance requirements. AltusLearn raised more than $1.2 million in financing and is a generator accelerator portfolio company in Madison, Wis. Before starting AltusLearn, Guerra, who has been a leader in LatinX efforts in Madison for more than a decade, owned and managed technology companies for 15 years ranging from web development to e-commerce.
Don A. Bukstein, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Bukstein is triple board-certified in Allergy/Immunology, Pediatric Pulmonology and General Pediatrics and served as Clinical Professor of Pediatric and Family Practice at the University of Wisconsin—Madison. Bukstein is a national expert in the use of Shared Decision-Making and has written more than 100 articles in peer-reviewed journals.
Jackie S Eghrari-Sabet, M.D.
Chief Clinical Advisor
Dr. Eghrari-Sabet is an acclaimed physician and sought-after advisor/speaker who regularly appears as a (media ) consultant on matters related to societal health and healthcare. Dr. Eghrari holds an appointment at the George Washington School of Medicine as a clinical assistant professor where she develops and implements curriculum to educate physicians about digital health and telemedicine. Dr. Eghrari has extensive patient care and advocacy experience improving the quality of life for millions of people affected by chronic conditions. She is active in clinical research and has served as primary investigator for multiple clinical trials with a specific focus on patient-centered outcomes, shared decision-making, and equity and inclusion.