Brian David Udell, M.D

Place of Birth: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Date of Birth: August 15, 1950
Citizenship: USA
Marital Status: Married
Social Security #: 203-40-8495
Home Address: 181 Fiesta Way
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
(C) 954-873-5282
(H) 954-764-6641
(W) 954-873-8413

Jan 2008 to Present Medical Director, Child Development Center of America. Private pediatric specialty practice focusing on child development, especially Attention and Autism disorders. PALS certified.

May 2002 to Dec 2007 President, Applied Medico-legal Solutions, RRG

Responsible for establishment of IT systems for medical malpractice insurance entities and upkeep of Web data about quality assurance and patient safety in the healthcare industry. 

April, 2001 to May 2002 Vice President, Medical Affairs. Pediatric Healthcare, Inc. (subsidiary of PhyAmerica). 

Established infrastructure for introduction of new product line, Neonatology, into established Pediatric business. Developed business plan and implemented strategies to add service to existing sites and compete for new and existing hospital-based contracts. Established first newborn contract for new company.

December, 1999 President, CEO

March 2001 ViSitU.LLC

(954) 249-2092

Established start-up dot-com for enabling Web software. Funded company, hired staff to develop various Web products for senior access and Internet advertising.  In process of selling technology to major marketing conglomerate

November, 1997 President

August, 1998 Obstetrix Medical Group, Inc. - Maternal Fetal Medicine (a subsidiary of Pediatrix Medical Group, Inc.)

 384-0175

Responsible for a corporate infrastructure established to oversee the business aspects of the delivery of healthcare including recruitment, contracting, marketing, coding, billing, human resources and accounting. The organization has a strategic plan for growth to keep the Company at the forefront of changes impacting its future. This plan placed Obstetrix in a leadership position to contribute to improving care while controlling the cost of that care for its patients and partners in managed care.

July, 1997 Regional Vice President, Medical Operations

October, 1997 Pediatrix Medical Group

1455 North Park Drive

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33326

Responsible for overseeing the quality of care and for monitoring the financial stability of the NICUs and other services provided by Pediatrix in Central Division hospitals. These services total 16 NICUs with a total Pediatrix medical staff of 44. Revenue in 1996 for these services totaled $31.6M with total patient days of 43,500.

October, 1995 Vice President, Practice Development and Integration

June, 1997 Pediatrix Medical Group

This department was created to insure increased value for both the acquired group and the parent corporation. During my tenure as its Vice President, Pediatrix acquired 49 NICUs, 3 PICUs and 1 pediatric clinic with total estimated patient days of 208,000. Combined annual revenue for these acquired units equaled $43.4M at the time of acquisition.

June, 1995 Vice President, Business Development

September, 1995 Pediatrix Medical Group

Responsible for the acquisition of 11 NICUs - estimated patient days -       32,800. Helped develop email system and published monthly company newsletter.

April, 1994 Chief Medical Officer

May, 1995 Pediatrix Medical Group

July, 1983 NICU Medical Director

April 1994 Broward General Medical Center (BGMC)

Pediatrix Medical Group

1983-1990 Product Sales Manager

Cygnus Corporation - Affiliate of South Florida Neonatology Associates

Generated sales of approximately $1M per year


Professional (cont.):

July, 1981 Neonatologist

June, 1983 Southern Baptist Hospital

New Orleans, Louisiana


Education:

1968-1972 Bachelor of Arts

(Major - Biology, Minor - Chemistry)

Temple University

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Guggenheim Scholarships


1972-1976 Doctor of Medicine

Thomas Jefferson University


Post-Graduate:

1976-1977 Internship (PL1)

Wilmington Medical Center

(Thomas Jefferson University Affiliate)

Wilmington, Delaware


1977-1979 Residency (PL2, PL3)

Wilmington Medical Center

Wilmington, Delaware


1979 Chief Resident in Pediatrics

Wilmington Medical Center

Wilmington, Delaware


Fellowship:

1979-1981 Fellowship (Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine)

Emory University School of Medicine

Atlanta, Georgia



Other Masters in Business Administration

University of Miami

Coral Gables, Florida


Board Certifications:

July, 1977 National Boards - I, II, III

June, 1980 American Board of Pediatrics

October, 1981 American Board of Pediatrics, Sub-board of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine


Licensure:

May,  1978 Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, #MD020656E
Not renewed

June, 1981 State of Louisiana, #05452R
Not renewed

June, 1983 State of Florida, #ME0042264

Active

July, 1992 State of West Virginia, #16915

Not renewed

September, 1992 Commonwealth of Virginia, #0101-048614

Not renewed

June, 1994 State of Illinois, #036-088576

Not renewed

September, 1994 State of Michigan, #H431747

Not renewed

October, 1994 State of Kansas, #04-25389

Not renewed

May, 1995 State of Ohio, # 35-06-8482

Not renewed

October, 1995 State of Tennessee, #MD0000027315

Not renewed

January, 1997 Georgia Composite State Board of Medical Examiners, #041018

Not renewed

February, 1997 State of Indiana, 01046341A

Not renewed

September, 1997 State of Connecticut, 036354

Not renewed

September, 1997 State of Washington, MD00035430

Not renewed


Affiliations:

American Academy of Pediatrics (Fellow)

American College of Healthcare Executives (Associate)

American Medical Association

Broward County Medical Association

Florida Medical Association

Florida Perinatal Association

Florida Society of Neonatal Perinatologists (past-President)

Healthy Mothers/Healthy Babies Coalition (Board of Directors -1988-95)

Healthy Start Coalition

March of Dimes

National Perinatal Associations

Autism Society of America

Society for Autism Research


Hospital Affiliations: None


Publications:
TheAutismDoctor.com – Weekly blog concerning Special Needs Pediatric Medicine

  1. Low Dose Naltrexone Therapy for Autism. The LDN Book, Edited by Linda Elsegood 2016
  1. “A Paradox: How Non-Traditional Web Advertising Can Be Traditional Marketing” http://www.pagecatcher.com/aimNews/A013.html, September, 2000.
  1. "Infants with Anencephaly as Organ Sources: Personal Perspective." Florida Perinatal Association Newsletter; Volume VII, No. 2, August, 1992.
  1. "Trends in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine", The Record; April, 1991.
  1. "Legal Prosecution of Mothers Who Abuse Illegal Substances During Their Pregnancy.", The Record; April, 1991.
  1. "Cocaine Babies", Special Currents, (1989).
  1. "Interactive Parenteral Nutrition Program for Newborns", Journal of Perinatal Medicine; Volume 15 (1987) Supplement 1.
  1. "Neonatal History and Physical and Discharge Summary using a Personal Computer", Journal of Perinatal Medicine; Volume 15 (1987) Supplement 1.

Honors and Awards:

2012 Father of the Year Award, Healthy Mothers Healthy Mothers Broward

1998       Class salutatorian, University of Miami School of Business

1991 Sharon E. Solomon Award (BGMC)

1991 Marketing Award (BGMC)

1990 Marketing Award (BGMC)

1988 Health Communicator, Public Relations and Marketing Council.

1988 Heart Award, Children's Consortium


Special interests:

Computer programming, development, and applications for the Healthcare industry.

Childhood Growth and Development, especially concerning childhood autism and behavioral disorders.