Leadership Team
We are privileged at DotHealth to have the strategic support of several professionals having broad and diverse experience spanning the global health sciences industries.

Andy Weissberg DotHealth CEO

Andy Weissberg

Co-founder & Chief Executive Officer

Andy has over 18 years of healthcare/life sciences, electronic media, e-learning and information services industry experience.

Prior to co-founding DotHealth, Andy led numerous high-profile digital business transformations in the health sciences and publishing market sectors. Most recently, Andy headed up Bowker’s Identifier Services Strategic Business Unit and ISO Standards operations where he supervised the operations of the U.S. ISBN Agency and played a key role in the evolution and re-launch of Books In Print, the world’s largest bibliographic database and search and discovery platform for librarians, retailers and institutions worldwide. Andy is a former member of the Board of Directors of the International ISBN Agency, the International ISTC Agency and played a key role in the development and introduction of the International Standard Name Identifier.

From 2005-2007, Andy spearheaded the Electronic Media business for Advanstar’s Life Sciences Group, where he conceptualized, developed and commercialized www.modernmedicine.com. Today, ModernMedicine serves as one of the leading interactive clinical information, continuing medical education (CME), patient education, practice management and clinical decision-support portals for a network of more than 300,000 physicians, nurses, pharmacists and healthcare professionals and their patients. In this role, he was also responsible for the strategic development and advancement of electronic media strategies for over 35 of Advanstar’s journal brands including Pharmaceutical Executive, Medical Economics, Managed Healthcare Executive and Contemporary Pediatrics. Andy also managed the Company’s syndicated medical news platform, Mediwire (www.mediwire.com), and played a key role in establishing Advanstar’s CME business unit, cme2, as an exemplary ACCME accredited provider of continuing medical education services.

Prior to joining Advanstar and for over a decade, Andy served as an enterprise lead and business developer for several mid-size and large national pharmaceutical and healthcare advertising, marketing and communications agencies, playing key roles in the product launches and marketing campaigns supporting leading pharmaceutical brands for manufacturers including GlaxoSmithKline, Roche, Novartis, Wyeth, Sepracor and SkyePharma. Early in his career, Andy co-founded mediNet Communications, Inc., a healthcare-focused web site development and interactive marketing company which served the digital needs of over 100 hospitals, managed care, pharmaceutical and medical device clients nationwide. Andy earned his Bachelors of Science Degree in Communications from the University of South Florida.


Neil Posner

Neil Posner

Co-founder & Chief Operating Officer

A senior executive with over 25 years of experience, Neil played a leading role transforming business and pricing models for companies moving from print to electronic information distribution in the journal, book, software and information services, financial services and professional publishing industries. In all of these roles, Neil was responsible for the formulation and implementation of winning pricing strategies, tactics, and processes to drive profitable growth and value capture for several major international Fortune 1000 companies. As a pricing strategy consultant, Neil helped clients in the digital publishing arena break into new market segments and secure multi-year contracts by utilizing a structured approach to commercializing product/service offerings.

From 2004 to 2007, Neil was VP Pricing Strategy at Avaya – a $5 billion telecommunications leader, where he created the pricing function and built a team to guide worldwide corporate pricing strategy. Neil moved the company toward a pricing model emphasizing greater value capture from software and intellectual property through both direct and indirect sales channels. Neil spent 7 years as VP Pricing for Elsevier, the world’s largest scientific, technical and medical publisher where Neil successfully introduced and evolved the pricing for Elseviers´ ScienceDirect platform which included over 1,500 journals as well as a full range of electronic products, scientific and health databases, major reference works, advanced search tools and software.

Prior to joining Elsevier, Neil managed pricing for merchant card acceptance at American Express and in addition, held various pricing and financial management positions at Research Institute of America (a division of Thomson Corporation) and at Revlon’s health and beauty aids division. Neil began his career doing intangible asset valuations with Arthur Andersen & Co. Neil holds an MBA from Fordham University, was inducted into the Beta Gamma Sigma honor society, and has a BS in Business Administration from the State University of New York at Albany.