Jorey Chernett is the CEO, founder, developer, and marketer of Authentic4D. Jorey has a passion for building and investing in businesses. Jorey previously served as President of D4D Technologies, LLC, a medical device company providing 3D imaging and CNC milling solutions to the $60B dental crown and bridge industry. He led the company in architecting and executing its business model, taking D4D through key strategic partnerships, culminating in a sale to strategic investors that included 3M and Henry Schein. Jorey’s past includes experience as a venture capitalist (Illinois Ventures, LLC/Camelot), operator (DigitalWork, Inc.) and investment banker (Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette). He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance with honors from Indiana University.
James is the Chief Medical Officer for Authentic4D. James has extensive experience in building and managing radiology networks as well as the outpatient and hospital-based radiology practices. Prior to joining the team at Authentic4D, James served as Regional Medical Director for Envision Healthcare and Regional Chief Medical Officer for Imaging Advantage where he oversaw the integration and management of radiology practices across the Midwest. Prior to this, James spent 7 years in private practice radiology following completing his radiology residency and fellowship in musculoskeletal imaging at The University of Michigan.
Sonny is the Chief Compliance Officer for Authentic4D. As a champion of user-driven design and clear user experiences, Sonny served as a principal designer for Sterling Commerce before and after IBM’s $1.4 billion acquisition. Prior to IBM, Sonny designed the GUI for the D4D Technologies dental product, E4D Dentist, with an eye on clinical usability reinforced by rigorous field testing. In the U.S. Army, Sonny co-authored a lightweight indirect fire simulator that was used to test and assess Officer Candidates during artillery training. With Dallas-based Zix Corporation, he conducted the first usability tests of the medical handheld ePrescription application. Earlier, Sonny was with the Dallas firm, ObjectSpace, where he worked on one of the first PDA handheld travel reservation GUIs for the Galileo network.C