Caresyntax’s U.S. Market Expansion Bolstered by Guidance from Key Healthcare Executives
BOSTON, February 6, 2018 – Caresyntax® Inc., a technology and services company focused on risk reduction in hospitals and ambulatory surgical clinics, announced today that it has appointed Paul Summerside, MD, as its Chief Medical Officer. Summerside is an emergency medicine physician, the former Chairman of Aurora Baycare Medical Center in Green Bay, Wis., and the former CMO of Baycare Health System and the Baycare Clinic.
“With his wealth of practical experience in healthcare, Dr. Summerside will help us fine-tune our approach to the U.S. market, and translate the value of procedural and enterprise-level analytics with regard to reducing risk,” said Dennis Kogan, CEO of caresyntax. “Now that we have our North American headquarters up and running, we’re ready to show U.S. hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers how our solutions – already in use worldwide – can increase quality scores and mitigate surgical risk, both in clinical and business terms.”
As part of caresyntax’s growth strategy, the company has also finalized an active Board of Advisors that includes recognized experts in global healthcare. Among the advisory board members are:
“The willingness of these accomplished individuals to serve as experts on our Board of Advisors is a testament to the position of caresyntax as a progressive innovator in medicine,” Kogan said. “Whether we’re working with a university hospital or an outpatient surgical clinic, clinicians and executives alike can be confident that our technology will help them to navigate and reduce risk in surgery, the most risk- and cost-intensive areas of medicine.”
Caresyntax solutions and services enable surgical care providers to reduce risk using actionable clinical data, made available through a combination of IoT and data analytics technologies. Used in more than 6,000 ORs worldwide, caresyntax helps surgeons and healthcare executives to reduce risk and improve outcomes in over 10 million procedures per year.