Our singular focus is to enable you and your loved ones to live independently, safely and comfortably at home for as long as possible. For years, we have helped patients remain with their families and stay healthy for an average of two to five years longer than patients who do not receive home care services. We provide assistance to those in need, regardless of their language or financial barriers.
We are pleased to work in partnership with hospitals, home health services, and other community-based health organizations:
Hospitals: Our comprehensive approach ensures that patients follow their discharge care plans, significantly reducing the reimbursement impacts created by readmissions for the same diagnosis.
Physician offices: Our programs ensure that physicians remain the primary gatekeepers for patients for as long as possible. We incorporate language translation and non-emergency transportation services in our programs to accommodate all patients, regardless of their financial or cultural constraints.
Case Management Organizations: We strive to ensure our case manager partners receive the best possible service. We pride ourselves in our responsiveness, reliability, and high-quality delivery of care.
Home Health Agencies: We partner with home health agencies to create core competencies in servicing non-English speaking patients. As a result, partner HHAs are able to market this specialty, increasing referrals and customer satisfaction.
JEFFREY B. AIBEL
Chief Executive Officer
Jeff was born in New York City. He has lived in 9 states and three countries but has lived in Atlanta twice and most recently since 2010.
Jeff has worked with the company in a variety of capacities since 2015, and was recently appointed CEO. Jeff has over 30 years of senior management experience with roles in a wide variety of organizations including Fortune 100 companies and entrepreneurial startups. His experience includes over 20 years as a P&L Holding Executive in organizations both large and small.
Jeff currently lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife, Katie, his daughter Sydney and two four legged children, Marshall and Sophie. Jeff was once and avid golfer, but business and family have taken priority in recent years. He also enjoys finding new dining spots and good values in wine to share with family and friends. On vacations, he is often out of the country exploring new places and/or hiking in the mountains.
C. CHristopher Tower
Chris is a founder, principal and board member of Medciphers. He is an Atlanta, Georgia-based attorney in private practice with wide-ranging experience in business transactions, tax litigation and advisory services. He has served as lead independent director of Per-Se Technologies, Inc. (PSTI), the nation's largest provider of healthcare business management outsourcing services prior to its acquisition in 2007 by McKesson Corporation. Chris is a Rhodes Scholar, having received his B.A. from Yale University (magna cum laude, 1970) and his J.D. from Harvard Law School (cum laude, 1976). He has taught corporate tax at Emory Law School’s graduate LLM program, as well as partnership law and partnership tax at the University of Louisville School of Law.
D. Alan Quarterman
Alan is a founder, principal and board member of Medciphers. Alan is also a partner of Five Paces Ventures and has extensive experience as a principal investor and advisor in private equity opportunities, including serving as Principal of Inverness Management LLC and Managing Director of Mistral Management. During his career, Alan has directed management teams and led operations and business development for his portfolio companies. Previous to Five Paces, Alan spent eight years in the field of investment banking with Salomon Brothers in New York and The Robinson-Humphrey Company in Atlanta. He completed his undergraduate, J.D., and M.B.A. degrees at the University of Virginia.
Esther was born in Upstate New York. She spent her childhood growing up in South Korea. She has lived in Seoul, New York City, and Los Angeles. She currently resides in Atlanta, GA. During her free time, she loves to travel, play tennis, and eat good food. She also loves to take care of her fur baby, named Emma.
DAVINA - THÙY ĐÔNG DO
Director of Homecare Services
Davina resettled in the United States from Vietnam. Her work experience includes being an administrator/paralegal for the Law Firm of Stuart Barasch, an interpreter, and starting a consulting business that specializes in helping minority communities with immigration, social security benefits and social services.
Outside of work, she is committed to her husband, their four-legged son named Friday, and her family. She loves gardening and volunteering in community events. She enjoys travelling and interacting with people of different cultures.
Baoky N. Vu
Advisory Committee Member
Baoky is a member of the Medciphers Advisory Board and is active in strategic planning for the company. He is also a Principal of Silverberry, Capital LLC, a strategic advisory firm based in Atlanta. Prior to Silverberry he served as Director of Equity Research and Portfolio Manager at A. Montag and Associates.
Baoky is very involved in the Atlanta community, especially in the Vietnamese and broader Asian communities. Baoky serves on the board of directors at Georgia's largest nonprofit provider of healthcare at home, Visiting Nurses Health System. During the Bush Administration, he served on the Presidential Advisory Commission on Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders. He is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology, and he earned an M.B.A. from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
HYUNGSEOK DANIEL OH, MD
Advisory Committee Member
Dr. Oh, MD is an assistant professor of medicine in the Emory Department of Medicine, Division of General Medicine and Geriatrics. Dr. Oh completed his residency in family medicine at Mercer University School of Medicine and completed a fellowship in geriatrics at Emory University School of Medicine.
Dr. Oh's primary clinical/scholarly focus is geriatrics and quality care, particularly at the sub-acute nursing home level.
Vice President of Corporate Services
Mary Davidson’s specialty is Operations Management, with previous experience in roles such as Operations Manager with The Wildcat School, Director of Operations with Northwestern Mutual Atlanta, and as an Executive Business Consultant for companies such as Nordstrom. Her focus within our organization is Process Management and Corporate Development & Expansion into high-growth, emerging markets both locally and state-wide.
Mary is an Arizona native and Atlanta transplant. On weekends, you can find Mary relaxing at home with her husband and two sons, while likely rooting for the Georgia Dawgs or cheering on UArizona Pac-12 Basketball, Bear Down!
Vice President, Human Resources
Summer’s specialty is talent acquisition and management, with extensive experience in recruiting, payroll, compliance and HR law. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Science and a major in Psychology, working amongst a diverse population and bringing people together is something she both enjoys and looks forward to everyday. Her focus here at MDC Healthcare is to ensure the employees are well-represented while also protecting the ongoing interests of the business and it’s stakeholders.
When not at work, you can find Summer watching just about any sport possible (go VOLS!), spending time with her husband and dog Barley, or on a local trail out for a run!