Voi was created by successful technology entrepreneurs and leading behavioral health experts to help those considering suicide and living with behavioral health issues. Our team leverages its collective expertise in psychology, patient-provider communications, suicide research, and technology (including machine learning and artificial intelligence) to chart the future of behavioral health.

Voi is charting the future of behavioral healthcare.

Rick Johnson, CEO

Rick identifies and connects with organizations working to provide mental health care services to patients, employees, veterans, and service members. As a U.S. Marine Corps leader for 30 years, Rick has seen first-hand the devastating impact untreated mental health issues has on individuals and their loved ones. He is confident that, with sufficient focus, detection and effective treatment of mental health issues can be dramatically improved.

Previously, Rick served as a Vermont Assistant Attorney General, taught strategy and planning at the U.S. Naval War College, worked as the Associate Director of The Dartmouth Institute (a health policy think-tank), and created and helped lead Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health system’s innovation center.

Rick holds a JD from Vermont Law School, a MALD in international relations from Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, a MA in strategy from the U.S. Naval War College, and a BS in oceanography from the U.S. Naval Academy.

He and his wife have two teenagers and live in Hanover, NH. He enjoys skiing, fishing, hiking, and traveling with his family.

Tom Frosheiser, Director

Tom has 30+ years as a senior executive in healthcare and brings exceptional operating experience in Tech-enabled Healthcare and Healthcare IT, Population Health, Patient Engagement and Disease Management as well as Behavioral Health, Specialty Pharmacy, Managed Care and Medical Devices. Tom is Chairman and CEO of early-stage Remote Patient Monitoring company, Nvolve, he serves on the Board of Directors of Voi, Inc. and is an adviser to several early-stage healthcare companies and investors.

Tom has a track record of success in various C-level leadership roles including CEO, COO and CFO at venture backed companies taking them from early- stage to high-growth, resulting in successful strategic exits including Phytel Inc. and Accordant Health Resources.  Phytel’s physician-led population health management SaaS improves long term health outcomes by helping healthcare providers coordinate care and engage patients to positively influence their health. Phytel was acquired by IBM Watson in 2015.  Accordant was acquired by CVSCaremark in 2001 and continues to be the recognized leader in delivering disease management and case management services for people with rare chronic conditions.

Tom has been successful in improving scale, operating performance and financial results while delivering customer-driven innovation using his hands-on teaching style of management, focus on applied quality and disciplined decision-making and sense of urgency and prioritization.  Tom has also presented and participated on panels at various conferences including HIMSS and PCPCC.

Bill Hudenko, Ph.D., Director

Bill was born in Ridgewood, NJ, but grew up in Albuquerque, NM. Although initially interested in medicine (both his grandparents were physicians) he discovered a passion for psychology while at the University of Michigan. He then went on to earn his M.A. and Ph.D. in clinical psychology at Vanderbilt and then his PostDoc at Dartmouth.

Bill was a professor by 27 and has held positions at Cornell University, Ithaca College, and most recently Dartmouth College. Bill has a strong interest in the vocal expression of emotion and is one of the world’s experts on the production of laughter in children.

His work has been featured both in scientific journals and in media outlets such as the Discovery Channel, NBC, MSNBC, LiveScience, and NPR. He started Incente in 2012 to change the delivery of mental health care in the US and beyond.