EXUSMED appoints two new directorsAround the City, Online Only, Top Highlights Wednesday, December 18th, 2013
EXUSMED™, a corporation offering affordable remote primary health care solutions for both patients and providers announced today that information technology (IT) expert David Chua has joined the company as Director of Systems Design & Optimization and Roman Burtyk, former Cobham Sensor Systems Vice President of Engineering, has been appointed Director of Program Management.
Chua has more than 20 years of IT and management experience in a broad range of industries including biotech/pharmaceutical, patent law, manufacturing, software, and medical devices. His experience includes Fortune 500 companies Pfizer, Caterpillar and Biogen Idec as well as SMBs including Lindsey Software and Sound-Eklin.
“We are fortunate to have secured David’s services here at EXUSMED,” said A. Latham Staples, EXUSMED President and CEO. “David’s customer-centric focus will ensure EXUSMED constantly delivers the highest possible level of service to patients and providers.”
Chua will be responsible for enabling EXUSMED and its employees to provide customers with the highest level of service in the industry, through the implementation of industry best practices and technology.
“I am excited about EXUSMED’s future,” said Chua. “The integration of remote health care with information technology solutions is a key part of providing cost-effective, accessible and timely medical care, and EXUSMED will be able to deliver these benefits to people globally. This motivates me as I have seen and encountered the need for such services during my travels.”
Burtyk has more than 15 years of design development, product introduction and technical engineering experience and is adept at converting customer suggested requirements into market products while focusing on cost-saving measures.
As Director of Program Management, Burtyk will serve EXUSMED COO Robert Ray, as a critical resource, responsible for the execution of day to day logistics. He will ensure that all timelines are being met, assist with contracts and provide engineering support in fulfillment of customer and company expectations.
“Roman is a fantastic addition to the EXUSMED team,” said A. Latham Staples, EXUSMED President and CEO. “Roman has proven success at creating customer trust from a position of honesty and integrity that fits perfectly with the ethos of EXUSMED.”
“I’m thrilled to join EXUSMED. We are in a time where affordable health care is a topic of concern with most Americans,” said Burtyk. “Remote healthcare is the next logical step in the evolution of providing 24/7 cost effective care to a society that has become totally integrated with mobile technology. Bridging innovation with technology, EXUSMED is well positioned to provide the total package in remote health care solutions in this market.”
A pilot program, launching in the Winter of 2014 will have more than 800 participating physicians providing care to approximately 1,500 patients throughout Southern California. The EXUSMED program, available to consumers in the summer of 2014 will provide improved outpatient continuity-of-care with the patient’s own health care provider through on-demand, real-time health-care technology encounters. This will allow for more convenient and flexible care, decreasing wait room times and accelerating diagnosis and treatment.
To learn more about EXUSMED™, visit www.EXUSMED.com.
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