About us

What We Offer:

Innovative Technology Solutions

Enhanced Patient Outcomes

Improved Clinician Workflow

Reduced Healthcare Costs

About Us

We are a group of passionate health information technology enthusiasts who started developing innovative software in 2014 to help cancer patients and oncologists better manage cancer treatment symptoms. We work with clinical collaborators from around the United States to ensure our products are designed from the ground up for and by clinicians and patients. Our products are designed to immediately provide cost savings through loss avoidance, shared savings and enhanced nurse efficiency.


Care Progress wants to enable patients and clinicians to improve outcomes. Our products make that possible. Through our research driven approach, we have created products that better enable patients to manage their symptoms. Our expert team improves patient quality of life, reduces workflow for clinicians, and enhances oncology practice efficiency. 

Team Leaders

Howard Isenstein

Founder and CEO

Howard founded Care Progress in 2014. He has extensive experience in quality improvement and health information technology through key roles at the Federation of American Hospitals, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Walgreen’s. Howard received his degree from Johns Hopkins University.

Amine Raounak


Amine is a veteran of AOL, Capital One, United States Digital Services and other leading organizations. Amine has played key roles in software development, security, architecture and integration. He is the author of two patents and received his M.I.S. from Virginia International University.

Daniel Gold

SVP Business Development

For more than 20 years, Daniel has served in senior business development and marketing roles, including at American Medical Alert and VitelNet. He received his M.B.A. from St. Johns University.

Advisory Board:

Martin Gutierrez, M.D.

Hackensack University Medical Center’s John Theurer Cancer Center

Neil Houghton, MBA

Grey Wing Capital

Kevon Kothari, MBA

Care Innovations

John Marshall, M.D.

Georgetown University’s Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Care Center

Jeff Micklos, J.D.

Health Care Transformation Task Force

J. Marc Overhage, M.D., Ph. D.

Cerner Corporation

Nicklas Pfanzelter, M.D.

Rush University Medical Center