Our Mission

Jorie Healthcare is transforming the healthcare industry through advanced technology and innovation. As a healthcare service provider with a rich history of developing cutting-edge solutions, we've harnessed the power of artificial intelligence to improve patient outcomes and streamline operations. Our technology has been validated by industry giants, cementing our position as the dominant and prevailing provider of AI technology. But our mission is about more than just providing the best technology – it's about empowering healthcare providers and allowing more money to be put back into their pockets. Our solutions are designed to reduce costs and improve revenue, so providers can invest more in their patients and their business.

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At Jorie, our company motto is 'Go JT,' which stands for 'Go Jorie Team.' It embodies our core philosophy of unity and collaboration. We believe in working together tirelessly to achieve our common goals, always moving forward as a cohesive team. With 'Go JT,' we are committed to delivering excellence through teamwork and unwavering determination.

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Meet Our Executives

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Arlene G. Kalafut Lo is a highly accomplished healthcare executive and owner of several successful businesses. With a strong background in telecommunications and healthcare, Arlene has led and developed numerous ventures, including Access Care, Procedure Centers of America, Signature Healthcare, and Strategia Project Management.  Currently, Arlene plays a pivotal role in Jorie Healthcare Partners, overseeing daily operations and strategic initiatives that have propelled the company’s growth and international expansion. Additionally, Arlene serves on the Advisory Board for the Department of and Center for Health Management and Policy at the University of Miami, contributing her expertise to shape future healthcare leaders.

Arlene Lo
Co-Founder & Managing Member

Arlene started her career in telecommunications where she worked as manager for Worldcom.  In 1996 she left Worldcom to find Voice & Data Group during the deregulation of the phone industry. Arlene grew Voice & Data Group to be the largest distributor for Ameritech (now AT&T) in the Chicago area reaching over $150 million in an 18-month period. Shortly after, Arlene ventured into the health care business where she built and developed a dialysis center then merged it with an existing center under the name Diamond Dialysis. Within a year of opening the center she negotiated the sale to DaVita, a $13 billion public dialysis operator. Arlene went on to design and develop a specialty surgical hospital in Beaumont, Texas whom she partnered with Bob Helms founder of a system of hospitals under Victory Healthcare.  Victory Beaumont was then sold to IASIS Healthcare, headquartered in Nashville. Arlene owns and operates four procedure centers in Texas. For the last 15 years, she operates a medical management company, medical billing company and medical lien funding company. Currently, Arlene is co-founder and managing member of Jorie Healthcare Partners, where she is involved in the daily management of the company.

Sal Lo is a distinguished entrepreneur and healthcare executive, bringing a wealth of experience from telecommunications and finance. He co-founded Voice & Data Group, achieving remarkable success with $150 million in sales within just 18 months. Sal has played key roles in ventures such as Signature Healthcare, Procedure Centers of America, and Access Care. As CEO of Jorie Healthcare Partners, he drives innovative sales and business strategies for this pioneering revenue cycle management and AI company. His visionary leadership and extensive expertise in healthcare practice management have set industry standards. Sal also serves on the Advisory Board for the Department of and Center for Health Management and Policy at the University of Miami, where he contributes to shaping the future of healthcare.

Sal Lo
Co-Founder & CEO

Sal started his career as a series 7 licensed broker and went on to start Voice & Data Group, a telecommunications company led by his sister Arlene Kalafut Lo. Sal secured the initial startup capital of $2 million on a company that would grow to $150 million in sales in 18 months. Later Sal, co-founded Signature Healthcare to be the parent company of Diamond Dialysis, a treatment center for kidney disease. After the sale of Diamond Dialysis to a public company, Sal developed the model for a specialty surgical hospital in Beaumont. Victory Specialty Surgical Hospital was co- founded by Sal and Arlene and later partnered with Bob Helms. The hospital was then purchased by IASIS Healthcare.  Currently, Sal is co-founder and CEO of Jorie Healthcare Partners, where he is responsible for implementing existing plans and policies, ensuring the success of business and future strategy. Jorie provides revenue cycle management, robotic process automation, practice and change management services.

Chris Mashburn is a seasoned entrepreneur with a robust background in law enforcement and security. His career began with the Texas Department of Public Safety, where he rose to the rank of Captain and provided executive protection to high-profile figures, including Governor George W. Bush. Chris founded several successful security firms, such as Capitol Security Solutions and Aviation Services/Security Services, leveraging his expertise in high-risk environments and critical infrastructure protection. As COO of Jorie Healthcare Partners, he ensures the seamless execution of operational functions, focusing on enhancing efficiency, productivity, and quality care. Chris's strategic insights and operational acumen are instrumental in the company's ongoing success.

Chris Mashburn
COO

Chris started his career in law enforcement with Texas Department of Public Safety, Texas Highway Patrol division from 1989 to 2004.  He rose through the rankings from trooper to District Commander (Captain), Inspector in the Office of Audit and Inspection, and Commander-Governor’s Protection Detail. He provided executive protection to Texas Governor George W. Bush and family, as well as other national and international dignitaries. From 2001 to 2010, Chris served as the Founder and Chief Executive Officer for International RAM Associates (now AirServ Corporation), where he was instrumental in leading the company’s growth from startup to a successful acquisition. From 2003-2009 Chris directed all operational aspects of eight separate limited liability companies, including the expansion of new operations across the country. Currently, Chris is COO of Jorie Healthcare Partners, where he directs all operational aspects, including the expansion of new operations.

Spiro Karounos is a dynamic financial executive with over two decades of experience in financial management, strategic planning, and business consulting. At Jorie Healthcare Partners, he oversees all financial operations, including budgeting, forecasting, and reporting. Spiro's strategic financial planning drives revenue growth and maximizes profitability, while his financial insights support informed decision-making at the senior leadership level. His ability to streamline accounting processes and ensure regulatory compliance enhances operational efficiency. Spiro's dedication to financial excellence and innovative problem-solving significantly bolster the company's growth and stability.

Spiro Karounos
CFO

Spiro started off his career in progressively responsible financial and management positions in public and private companies. Prior to Jorie, Spiro was Business Analyst for Clifton Gunderson, LLC. He was also a Financial Analyst/Assistant CFO for an Information Technology Company in Bensenville, Illinois. His background includes extensive experience in data analytics, business development and restructuring with broad management experience in cash and risk management, accounting, finance, operations, and administration. A proven organization builder who brings strong strategic thinking, analytical ability, and tactical planning. Results driven, broadly experienced, take-charge accounting and finance professional with strong track record of delivering top performance. Currently, Spiro is the acting CFO of Jorie Healthcare Partners, where he manages the company’s finances on a day-to-day basis, which includes financial planning, record-keeping, and financial reporting.

Kyle Kickert is a seasoned legal expert with extensive experience in law and corporate governance. Starting his career at two prominent national law firms, he quickly advanced to Partner. Kyle also served as Vice President and General Counsel for a communication technology company, navigating complex legal and regulatory challenges. He graduated from the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law in 2007 and holds undergraduate degrees in Finance and Marketing from the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he also excelled as a member of the Men’s Basketball team. Currently, as General Counsel and Director of Corporate Funding at Jorie Healthcare Partners, Kyle manages all legal matters and spearheads the company's fundraising efforts and investor relations. His strategic legal expertise and leadership in corporate funding are vital to Jorie’s success and growth.

Kyle Kickert
General Counsel & Director of Corporate Funding

Kyle began his legal career as an attorney at two large national law firms where to was promoted to Partner.  Additionally, Kyle was Vice President and General Counsel of a communication technology company.  He graduated from the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law in 2007.  Kyle received his undergraduate degrees in both Finance and Marketing from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2003 where he was also a member of the Men’s Basketball team.   Kyle is currently the General Counsel and Director of Corporate Funding at Jorie where he oversees all legal matters and leads Jorie’s fundraising efforts and investor relations.

Arlene started her career in telecommunications where she worked as manager for Worldcom.  In 1996 she left Worldcom to find Voice & Data Group during the deregulation of the phone industry. Arlene grew Voice & Data Group to be the largest distributor for Ameritech (now AT&T) in the Chicago area reaching over $150 million in an 18-month period. Shortly after, Arlene ventured into the health care business where she built and developed a dialysis center then merged it with an existing center under the name Diamond Dialysis. Within a year of opening the center she negotiated the sale to DaVita, a $13 billion public dialysis operator. Arlene went on to design and develop a specialty surgical hospital in Beaumont, Texas whom she partnered with Bob Helms founder of a system of hospitals under Victory Healthcare.  Victory Beaumont was then sold to IASIS Healthcare, headquartered in Nashville. Arlene owns and operates four procedure centers in Texas. For the last 15 years, she operates a medical management company, medical billing company and medical lien funding company. Currently, Arlene is co-founder and managing member of Jorie Healthcare Partners, where she is involved in the daily management of the company.

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Arlene started her career in telecommunications where she worked as manager for Worldcom.  In 1996 she left Worldcom to find Voice & Data Group during the deregulation of the phone industry. Arlene grew Voice & Data Group to be the largest distributor for Ameritech (now AT&T) in the Chicago area reaching over $150 million in an 18-month period. Shortly after, Arlene ventured into the health care business where she built and developed a dialysis center then merged it with an existing center under the name Diamond Dialysis. Within a year of opening the center she negotiated the sale to DaVita, a $13 billion public dialysis operator. Arlene went on to design and develop a specialty surgical hospital in Beaumont, Texas whom she partnered with Bob Helms founder of a system of hospitals under Victory Healthcare.  Victory Beaumont was then sold to IASIS Healthcare, headquartered in Nashville. Arlene owns and operates four procedure centers in Texas. For the last 15 years, she operates a medical management company, medical billing company and medical lien funding company. Currently, Arlene is co-founder and managing member of Jorie Healthcare Partners, where she is involved in the daily management of the company.

Arlene started her career in telecommunications where she worked as manager for Worldcom.  In 1996 she left Worldcom to find Voice & Data Group during the deregulation of the phone industry. Arlene grew Voice & Data Group to be the largest distributor for Ameritech (now AT&T) in the Chicago area reaching over $150 million in an 18-month period. Shortly after, Arlene ventured into the health care business where she built and developed a dialysis center then merged it with an existing center under the name Diamond Dialysis. Within a year of opening the center she negotiated the sale to DaVita, a $13 billion public dialysis operator. Arlene went on to design and develop a specialty surgical hospital in Beaumont, Texas whom she partnered with Bob Helms founder of a system of hospitals under Victory Healthcare.  Victory Beaumont was then sold to IASIS Healthcare, headquartered in Nashville. Arlene owns and operates four procedure centers in Texas. For the last 15 years, she operates a medical management company, medical billing company and medical lien funding company. Currently, Arlene is co-founder and managing member of Jorie Healthcare Partners, where she is involved in the daily management of the company.

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Arlene started her career in telecommunications where she worked as manager for Worldcom.  In 1996 she left Worldcom to find Voice & Data Group during the deregulation of the phone industry. Arlene grew Voice & Data Group to be the largest distributor for Ameritech (now AT&T) in the Chicago area reaching over $150 million in an 18-month period. Shortly after, Arlene ventured into the health care business where she built and developed a dialysis center then merged it with an existing center under the name Diamond Dialysis. Within a year of opening the center she negotiated the sale to DaVita, a $13 billion public dialysis operator. Arlene went on to design and develop a specialty surgical hospital in Beaumont, Texas whom she partnered with Bob Helms founder of a system of hospitals under Victory Healthcare.  Victory Beaumont was then sold to IASIS Healthcare, headquartered in Nashville. Arlene owns and operates four procedure centers in Texas. For the last 15 years, she operates a medical management company, medical billing company and medical lien funding company. Currently, Arlene is co-founder and managing member of Jorie Healthcare Partners, where she is involved in the daily management of the company.

Arlene started her career in telecommunications where she worked as manager for Worldcom.  In 1996 she left Worldcom to find Voice & Data Group during the deregulation of the phone industry. Arlene grew Voice & Data Group to be the largest distributor for Ameritech (now AT&T) in the Chicago area reaching over $150 million in an 18-month period. Shortly after, Arlene ventured into the health care business where she built and developed a dialysis center then merged it with an existing center under the name Diamond Dialysis. Within a year of opening the center she negotiated the sale to DaVita, a $13 billion public dialysis operator. Arlene went on to design and develop a specialty surgical hospital in Beaumont, Texas whom she partnered with Bob Helms founder of a system of hospitals under Victory Healthcare.  Victory Beaumont was then sold to IASIS Healthcare, headquartered in Nashville. Arlene owns and operates four procedure centers in Texas. For the last 15 years, she operates a medical management company, medical billing company and medical lien funding company. Currently, Arlene is co-founder and managing member of Jorie Healthcare Partners, where she is involved in the daily management of the company.

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Arlene started her career in telecommunications where she worked as manager for Worldcom.  In 1996 she left Worldcom to find Voice & Data Group during the deregulation of the phone industry. Arlene grew Voice & Data Group to be the largest distributor for Ameritech (now AT&T) in the Chicago area reaching over $150 million in an 18-month period. Shortly after, Arlene ventured into the health care business where she built and developed a dialysis center then merged it with an existing center under the name Diamond Dialysis. Within a year of opening the center she negotiated the sale to DaVita, a $13 billion public dialysis operator. Arlene went on to design and develop a specialty surgical hospital in Beaumont, Texas whom she partnered with Bob Helms founder of a system of hospitals under Victory Healthcare.  Victory Beaumont was then sold to IASIS Healthcare, headquartered in Nashville. Arlene owns and operates four procedure centers in Texas. For the last 15 years, she operates a medical management company, medical billing company and medical lien funding company. Currently, Arlene is co-founder and managing member of Jorie Healthcare Partners, where she is involved in the daily management of the company.

Jorie Gives Back

Here at Jorie we find ourselves at the forefront of HealthTech AI. Being a proven leader in the revenue cycle space over the last few years spring-boarded our company to a leader in the “End to End” HealthTech AI. We take pride in helping the community and showing our support for incredible people.

Mobile Loaves & Fishes

A social outreach ministry in central Texas, we have been empowering communities into a lifestyle of service with the homeless since 1998. Jorie Healthcare continues to support Mobile Loaves & Fishes by helping to feed the under resourced.

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National Down Syndrome Congress - The Big Game Ball

Jorie believes in the mission of NDSC to provide information, advocacy, and support concerning all aspects of life for individuals with Down syndrome and the purpose of the Big Game Ball as a sponsor for each year's event.

University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies

The University of Miami (UM) School of Nursing and Health Studies (SONHS) has received a generous gift from Jorie Healthcare Partners to create The Jorie Healthcare Partners Biobehavioral Research Laboratory Endowed Fund. The Jorie Healthcare Partners endowment will provide a stable source of funds to support research activities, personnel, supplies, and equipment for the laboratory, as well as future renovations and current enhancements to the already-planned 400-square-foot expansion project that will increase the laboratory’s footprint to 1,500 square feet. The gift’s inclusion of a generous “endowment accelerator” will provide immediate access to current-use funds to extend the work of the laboratory without delay, allowing for an immediate positive impact from the gift while the endowment is being fulfilled.

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