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Caretaker Medical®, con sede en Charlottesville, Virginia, se fundó en marzo de 2014 para comercializar dispositivos de monitoreo portátiles construidos en torno a su tecnología patentada de análisis de descomposición de pulsos.

La compañía ha desarrollado el sistema de monitoreo de signos vitales inalámbrico portátil Caretaker que establece un nuevo estándar en portabilidad, simplicidad y dispositivos de monitoreo portátiles de grado médico. Con un pequeño y cómodo brazalete para el dedo, CareTaker mide con precisión la presión arterial continua latido a latido («cNIBP»), la frecuencia cardíaca y la frecuencia respiratoria con precisión de ECG, así como el volumen sanguíneo (para la detección de hemorragias), la rigidez arterial y otros parámetros hemodinámicos.

Los ensayos clínicos han validado que las mediciones de Caretaker son equivalentes a otros monitores de paciente cNIBP y métodos de frecuencia cardíaca. La compañía anticipa que su enfoque innovador para la monitorización de signos vitales será ampliamente aceptado en la comunidad médica al mismo tiempo que interrumpe las soluciones de monitorización de pacientes existentes.

El equipo CareTaker

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Jeff Pompeo

Presidente y CEO

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Martin Baruch

CTO y Fundador

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Todd Hochrein

Director financiero

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Warren Kressinger-Dunn

Director general EMEA / ASIA

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Rolf Heuppi

Presidente

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Tim McGough

Vicepresidente de ventas y marketing

JUNTA MÉDICA ASESORA

Joseph L. Hutchison, M.D.

Joseph L. Hutchison, M.D., es otorrinolaringólogo y vicepresidente de Blue Ridge Ear, Nose and Throat en Lynchburg, Virginia. Tuvo un nombramiento previo como instructor asistente clínico en la facultad de medicina de Albany y ha sido instructor clínico de otorrinolaringología para la residencia de práctica familiar de Lynchburg desde el año 2000.

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Dr. Hutchison brings a wealth of leadership experience as a managing partner of Art of Healthcare, Executive Hospital Group and TDJ, past president of Lynchburg Academy of Medicine, as well as a board member for Medical Society of Virginia Political Action Committee, Integrated Health Care and Madaktari Africa. He has also played a key role in growing Blue Ridge Ear, Nose and Throat from small practice to a 7 provider, fully digitally integrated team. He is also a Paul Harris Fellow with Rotary International. His work with Art of Healthcare and TDJ involve innovation and intellectual property development. He has international medical business development experience with Executive Hospital Group. With these companies, he has been able to pursue instrument and product design and development, app development, franchise development and hospital design and development. His work with Madaktari Africa has given him the opportunity to embrace the idea of creating sustainable healthcare in areas of need.

A native of Des Moines, Iowa, he received his Bachelor of Science in psychology and Doctor of Medicine degrees from the University of Iowa. He received his residency training in otolaryngology at Albany Medical Center. He has been in private practice with Blue Ridge Ear, Nose and Throat since 2000. He is board certified and is a member of the Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. He is also a member of the American Medical Association, American College of Physician Executives American Rhinologic Society and the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy.

He has been married to Annmarie since 1989. They have four beautiful children: Ruby, Moses, Lila and Anabel. He loves to play guitar and has played in multiple bands throughout the years.

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Dr. Chris Ghaemmaghami, M.D.

El Dr. Chris Ghaemmaghami, M.D. es el Director Médico del Centro Médico de la Universidad de Virginia en Charlottesville, VA. El Dr. Ghaemmaghami es el médico principal del centro médico, que supervisa al personal médico y la atención y el servicio al paciente.

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He has worked at U.Va. since 1998 and has held a variety of positions in the Department of Emergency Medicine, including Medical Director and Vice Chairman. He is also the liaison for clinical activities at the U.Va. School of Medicine, U.Va. School of Nursing, U.Va. Medical Center and the U.Va. Physicians Group.

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Jay H. Sanders, M.D.

Jay H. Sanders, M.D., es el director ejecutivo de The Global Telemedicine Group, profesor de medicina (adjunto) en la Escuela de Medicina Johns Hopkins y miembro fundador de la junta y presidente emérito de la American Telemedicine Association.

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Known to many as the «Father of Telemedicine», he developed the first Statewide telemedicine system, the first Correctional telemedicine program, the first tele-homecare technology, called «The Electronic House Call», and the first telemedicine kiosk. His consulting activities have included NASA, DOD, HHS, the FCC, State Governments, WHO, multiple academic institutions and Fortune 500 companies. During the Clinton Administration he represented the USA to the G8 nations for telemedicine, and was appointed by former HHS Secretary Leavitt, to the Chronic Care Workgroup Committee.

He is a graduate of Harvard Medical School, magna cum laude, a member of AOA, and did his residency training at the Massachusetts General Hospital where he became Chief Medical Resident.

In 1970, he developed and started the first Division of General Medicine in the country at the University of Miami where he was Professor of Medicine and Chief of Medicine at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Other academic appointments include being Professor of Medicine and Surgery at the Medical College of Georgia, where he was Director of the Telemedicine Institute, and Visiting Professor of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and Visiting Professor at Yale University School of Medicine.

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Younghoon Kwon, M.D

Younghoon Kwon, M.D., es profesor asociado de medicina en la división de cardiología de la Universidad de Washington y director de la UCI cardíaca/para pacientes hospitalizados en Harborview Medical Center en Seattle, WA. Anteriormente, fue profesor asistente de medicina en el departamento de cardiología de la Universidad de Virginia.

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Dr. Kwon is the USA’s only physician board-certified in Cardiology, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine. His clinical practice focuses on cardiac critical care, cardiac imaging and, cardiovascular-sleep interaction. He has a special interest in the physiological monitoring of patients in both acute care settings as well as sleep.  His research is funded by the NIH and a number of foundations. He is an editorial board member for the Physiological Measurement and Sleep journal and a task force member for the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) Critical Care Exam. He is originally from South Korea graduating from Kyungpook National University School of Medicine. He obtained an internal medicine residency at MCP Hahnemann (Drexel) after which he pursued clinical fellowships in Critical care (University of Pittsburgh), Sleep ( Hennepin County Medical Center), and Cardiology (University of Minnesota). He also has a special interest and board certification in Neurocritical Care. He is also board certified in  Echocardiography, Nuclear Cardiology, and Cardiac CT. He has a Master in Science degree in Clinical Research from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health.

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