William Dobkin, M.D., along with Mr. Wiggins, was a founder and visionary for the ORHub software system. In November 2015, they formed iDataMD, LLC to pursue this vision. Dr. Dobkin’s primary vocation since 1985 has been the private practice of Neurosurgery. His current specialty is treating complex problems associated with the spine. He has been involved with roughly 15,000 surgeries involving the brain and the spine. Along with Dr. William House, one of the giants of American medicine, Dr. Dobkin previously specialized in surgical treatment of acoustic neuromas and was blessed to operate on hundreds of patients from around the world. Dr. Dobkin has degrees in Chemistry and Biology and earned his medical degree at the University of Southern California. Thereafter, he spent 6 years in post-graduate training at the Los Angeles County – USC medical center.



Richard Lee, M.D. is a spinal surgeon practicing in Orange County, CA. Dr. Lee is the Co-director of the Spine service at the nationally acclaimed, high volume surgical hospital, Hoag Orthopedic Institute (HOI). He has been with HOI since 2010 and serves or has served in various positions including the medical executive committee, quality assurance committee, clinical leadership committee, infection control committee, and spine committee. Dr. Lee has also served as a consultant to major corporations including Stryker, Johnson & Johnson, and Globus Medical, giving him insight into the demands challenging the biomedical industry. Dr. Lee's professional career began as a researcher in molecular biology at the University of California Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and NASA. After receiving a BA degree in Molecular Biology with Honors (1998) from UC Berkeley and a Doctorate in Medicine with distinction (2003) from Albert Einstein College of Medicine, he went on to the Yale School of Medicine for General Surgery internship (2003-2004) and Orthopedic Surgery Residency training (2004-2008) and to Harvard Medical School for Spinal Surgery fellowship training (2008-2009).