Reid Maclellan, M.D. is the Founder and CEO of Cortina Health, Inc. Dr. Maclellan also is an Adjunct Professor of Surgery at both Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital where he practices and teaches translational medical research. Cortina Health, an artificial intelligence healthcare company, has a mission to restore the care in healthcare and improve quality of life for both patients and physicians. Cortina Health empowers patients to take control of their health with Cortina Health’s patent-pending proprietary digital platform. Using pattern recognition, natural language understanding, and other AI modalities, Cortina Health treats patients from the comfort of their own home so they can receive a superior quality of care and physicians can once again focus on practicing medicine.
In addition to serving as the CEO of Cortina Health, Dr. Maclellan is a proud trustee of Gordon College. He also currently serves on the Board of Directors for six additional organizations, including both for-profit and not-for-profit. He is a director of Diagnos, a publicly-traded international company focused on artificial intelligence platforms that provide assistance to general practitioners in interpreting medical imaging at primary care facilities (Montreal, CA). Dr. Maclellan also is a director of Proactive Dermatology Group, a family-office management firm focused in the healthcare sector (St. Petersburg, FL). He serves on the International Councilors of the Harvard Kennedy School Belfer Center for Science & International Affairs (Cambridge, MA). Dr. Maclellan sits on all three of the Maclellan Family Foundations’ boards: Maclellan Foundation Inc, Christian Education Charitable Trust, and RL and KH Maclellan Foundation (Secretary) (Chattanooga, TN). He also is the co-host of “The Voice of Healthcare,” a podcast that discusses the growing intersection of next-generation technology and the healthcare sector.
As a key opinion leader in the fields of healthcare technology, artificial intelligence, plastic surgery, vascular anomalies, and lymphedema, Dr. Maclellan frequently is invited to lecture both nationally and internationally. He completed a general surgery internship at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine Chattanooga. Dr. Maclellan then completed plastic surgery clinical and research fellowships at Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital. Dr. Maclellan graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He received his M.D. from the University of Alabama School of Medicine. He earned a post-doctoral Masters in Medical Sciences Degree in translational medical research from Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Maclellan, his wife Brooke, and their daughter split their time each month between their home on Lookout Mountain, TN and Boston, MA. They attend and are actively involved in Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church. The Maclellans enjoy traveling, experiencing different cultures, and supporting the arts. They are both avid snow skiers.