Headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, 3DR Labs, LLC, an Accumen Company, is the largest 3D medical image post-processing lab in the U.S. It provides 24/7/365 access to more than 200 expert radiologic technologists. Founded in 2005, 3DR Labs provides services to hundreds of hospital imaging departments, stand-alone imaging centers, and radiology practices. Turnaround times for CT and MRI exams are guaranteed within hours or even minutes. With 3DR Labs, hospital imaging leaders have access to a high level of expertise and experience a truly collaborative relationship.
David Levine is the Vice President and General Manager for 3DR Labs, the largest, most advanced and respected 3D medical post-processing lab in the nation.
Prior to his role at 3DR, Mr. Levine was a Client Account Lead at Accumen managing local operations teams supporting several large health system engagements. David was responsible for driving laboratory excellence by orchestrating resources in Clinical Laboratory Operations, Operational Excellence, Patient Blood Management, Supply Chain, Finance and Information Technology to deliver value and quantifiable results through strategic leadership, delivery execution and relationship management.
Mr. Levine previously held various positions over a 22-year period at TechSolve, a process improvement consulting and implementation firm. Most recently he was responsible for leading and growing the healthcare consulting practice. Before that, he led multiple consulting practices in different industries such as, Manufacturing, Aerospace & Defense and Local Government.
Early in his career, Mr. Levine worked as an Industrial Engineer in the transportation industry for YRC specializing in distribution and logistics where he successfully led a re-engineering project at the largest distribution center in the company.
David has a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University and earned his MBA from Xavier University. He has a Six Sigma Black Belt Certification from General Electric and Lean Certifications from the University of Kentucky and University of Tennessee. He is also certified as a Professional Business Advisor and serves on the Xavier University Health Services Advisory Board.
Dr. Falk has been a practicing radiologist in Louisville, Kentucky since 1987. He completed his medical training, including medical school, internship, radiology residency and neuroradiology fellowship at The Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee.
In addition to an interest in Neuroradiology, he has expertise in body imaging, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular disease, and advanced 3D image manipulation.
Dr. Falk is past president of the Jewish Hospital Medical Staff and former vice chair of the Jewish Hospital Healthcare Services Board of Trustees. He has served on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of The Physicians Incorporated in Louisville, and as the physician representative for Jewish Hospital to The Leadership Institute.
Dr. Falk founded 3DR in 2005 and still maintains a busy private practice while devoting more and more time to building 3DR.
Mrs. Mutchler has more than 25 years’ experience in Radiologic Technology. She is a registered technologist in both Radiology and Computed Tomography. Christy received her Associates degree in Radiologic Technology at the University of Louisville as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Medicine.
Once completing her degrees, Christy spent the next 14 years at the University of Louisville Hospital where she was trained in Cat Scan and 3D applications. She also gained over 20 years of clinical experience at KentuckyOne Health Jewish Hospital for 20 years, including 8 years in MRI. Interestingly, she is a part of a team that also provides emergency treatment for sports injuries at college sporting events and Christy was and is one of the team members continues to provide emergency diagnostic services at these events through the contracted medical institution.
Christy was an associate professor in the Radiologic Technology Program at the University of Louisville and helped in their transition to the Jefferson Community College radiology program. Most importantly, because of this diverse and well-rounded experience, Christy brings a unique perspective to 3DR with her sincere desire to produce a quality image for the best diagnostic purposes.
Mr. Herbener is an Information Technology professional with more than 25 years of experience developing and deploying computer systems for a wide variety of industries.
Prior to joining 3DR, he served as a consultant for various for-profit and non-profit organizations, developing, and presenting computer classes. Previously, Mr. Herbener designed and led the development for building the technology platform that allowed Inviva, Inc., a start-up life insurance venture, to automate the underwriting and sales of life insurance policies.
Prior to joining Inviva, Mr. Herbener held positions at ARM Financial Group as Senior Vice President of Applied Research and Ernst & Young where he provided consulting services to small and large businesses and a large consumer products company where he developed analytical and sales force management systems.
He received his bachelor’s degree in Cognitive Science from Vassar College.
Kelli Payne-Gibson is the Director of Client Experience. She partners with fellow members of leadership across the organization to put our customers’ needs at the forefront of our daily operations.
Kelli has a strong bias for patient care—keeping customers and patients at the center of everything she does are her top priorities. Kelli has over 15 years of experience in clinical radiology, workflow, and product development. She has worked her entire career as a liaison between physicians and operations resulting in successful expansion and implementation of radiology services and overall physician satisfaction.
Kelli has her Associates of Arts and Sciences degree and is a licensed and ARRT® certified and registered volumetric technologist. She has successfully completed a program through Rutgers University in Healthcare Organization Operations and is currently working towards her Lean Six Sigma certification.
3DR is an independent organization and is not authorized by, sponsored by, or affiliated with The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, which is the owner of the trademark ARRT.
Stephanie Hosbrook serves as the Assistant Director of Lab Operations at 3DR Labs. Previously, she served as a Senior Operations Manager at Accumen and as a Lab Operations Manager at UC Health. Stephanie received her BS in Biochemistry from Clemson University and her AS in Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology from Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.
Stephanie works to provide operational optimization and scalability to meet the growing demands of the industry. She has a strong bias for patient care and collaborates with members of leadership across the organization to continue to prioritize the needs of the patients. Stephanie is dedicated to providing exceptional service within operations to better serve healthcare.
John VonderHaar serves as the Director of Finance for 3DR Labs and Accumen. His specialties include financial modeling and analytics, P&L management, budgeting, forecasting, reporting, strategic planning, annual and multi-year business plan development, pricing and margin optimization, brand building, variance analysis, and process improvement. Prior to Accumen, he held positions at UnitedHealth Group, WellCare Health Plans, Humana, and Ernst & Young. John received his BA and his MBA from the University of Louisville.
Stefanie Manack is the Director of Operational Excellence at 3DR Labs. Leveraging her deep change management and process improvement experience, she is primarily responsible for identifying and implementing improvements across the organization that support our mission of helping healthcare get better, faster.
Stefanie has over 18 years in the Imaging industry as a Technologist, Lead Technologist, and Manager. Her multi-modality experience spans strategic planning, business analysis, change management / process improvement, capital purchase, inventory control and personnel management. She has expertise in Imaging department analysis with proven results in optimizing operations to reduce exam turnaround times, increase utilization and productivity, reduce overtime, and optimize staffing. Prior to joining the team, Stefanie worked at the University of Chicago Medicine as Manager of the Interventional Radiology department.
Stefanie earned Master of Health Communications and a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Behavior degrees from Northwestern University and holds an Associates in Applied Science in Medical Imaging. She is a Certified Radiology Administrator and ARRT® certified and registered Radiology Technologist with advanced certifications in Mammography and Vascular-Interventional Radiography.