The team at Treatment shares a common vision – that everyone deserves good health.

A Better Way

Two-thirds of Americans report experiencing a medical problem at least once a month. 1 billion people turn to Google to search symptoms every day.  The number of unanswered questions and uninformed answers is staggering. We believe that there is a better way. A way to find a trusted answer from an avalanche of internet medical claims. A way for each of us to make better and more informed decisions about our own health..

An Intelligent Solution

Our technology is rooted in advanced artificial intelligence that constantly learns, updates and adapts to our customer and new medical findings. Our system is unlike others in that it takes into consideration the medical history and individual characteristics of every person that can impact the likelihood of a disease — factors that other online assessment tools simply ignore.

A Global Effort

Working with colleagues at the University of Minnesota Medical School, we have brought together doctors from around the world to provide the latest and best information possible into a global library of medicine, giving you access to high quality information regardless of who you are or where you live. We continue to welcome experts and qualified healthcare professionals from around the world to contribute to our expanding global medical library.

Better access to medical knowledge has the potential to make our world a healthier place. You could be among the first to experience it. It’s your health, in your hands.


John Fraser

CEO & President

A software and technology expert who has built and sold several healthcare software companies. His first company, Ability Networks, was recently purchased by Inovalon for $1.2B.

Dr. Kevin Peterson

Chief Medical Officer

MD, MPH, FRCS(Ed), FAAFP, focuses on chronic disease management, health services, diabetes, bioinformatics, and clinical trials in primary care. He has been the Principal Investigator (PI) or site-PI on many National Institutes of Health-funded studies, and the creation of a national electronic primary care research infrastructure.

Dr. Rob Scott

Chief Innovation Officer, MD CCFP.

Founder of Remedy, an allied healthcare professional online consulting company. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Practice at the University of British Columbia. He has been doing informatics research for over 20 years specializing in the area of patient self-care, developing technologies that support patient empowerment.

Business Team

Samantha Rayner


Samantha has worked in the consumer marketing industry for over 15 years, leading brand strategies for world class, global wellness companies including Lululemon and Saje Natural Wellness. She has an expertise in building purpose-lead brands and executing marketing campaigns that drive awareness, build communities and generate sales.

Lara Zimberoff

Operations Analyst

Lara brings over 15 years of experience in administration, project management, and customer service to her role as Operations Analyst on the Treatment team. She has a strong background in startup businesses and nonprofit organizations, including in the healthcare technology industry. She is located in Minneapolis.

Tech Team

Dr. Ray Artz

Statistician and Data Scientist.

Dr. Artz has advanced degrees in Mathematics and Statistics and 30 years experience in the Defense Industry. He has served as a System Analyst, Computer System Architect, and Software Developer for numerous development projects including the NEXRAD Doppler Weather Radar System and the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter. He has also been a member of the Technical Advisory Committee for the DoD-sponsored High Performance Embedded Computing (HPEC) conferences held annually at MIT Lincoln Laboratories.

Dr. David Poole

Director AI Research.

David Poole is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia. He is known for his work on combining logic and probability, assumption-based reasoning, diagnosis, relational probabilistic models, algorithms for probabilistic inference, representations and algorithms for automated decision making, probabilistic reasoning with ontologies and semantic science. He is the chair of the Association for Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence, is a Fellow of the Association for the Advancement Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) and the winner of the Canadian AI Association (CAIAC) 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award.

Dr. Martin Michalowski

Director Machine Learning Research

Martin is a leading expert in automated reasoning. His work improves patient outcomes by applying logic-based approaches to reconcile clinical practice guidelines for multi-morbid patients. He is co-founder of two technology-based companies and the technology lead of another. He is the organizing chair of the Expanding the Boundaries of Health Informatics using Artificial Intelligence (HIAI) workshop held at the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) conference

Dr. Tim Lau

Pharmacotherapeutics Development

Tim is a Clinical Supervisor and Pharmacotherapeutic Specialist at the Vancouver General Hospital. He is involved in numerous initiatives to promote rational medication prescribing based on best practices. He is also a Clinical Professor in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, and an Associate Member in the Division of Infectious Diseases, Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia.

Dr. Toni Kriel

Clinical Development

General practitioner (MD) with MBChB degree from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. Dr. Kriel has clinical experience in most of the major medical specialties. Toni has a passion to develop innovative tools that provide support to physicians practicing in rural areas where there is limited access to advanced diagnostic tests and specialist referrals. Toni has provided volunteer work providing clinical support to patients in Kenya and Malawi.

Dr. Ray Simkus

Informatics Development

He is a primary care physician and one of Canada’s leading informatics experts. Throughout his career he has been involved with all aspects of the design of computerized medical records in British Columbia, Canada and internationally. He has been participating with health informatics standards development with HL7 working groups, ISO committees, IHTSDO committee work, co-chair of the Family Practice/General Practice SIG and participation with a number of Canada Health Infoway projects as a consultant and member of the Standards Collaborative Coordinating Committee.