SOTERA® WIRELESS APPOINTS ROSEMARY KENNEDY CHIEF NURSING OFFICER
SAN DIEGO – October 1, 2014 – Sotera® Wireless today announced that Dr. Rosemary Kennedy, an internationally recognized informatics leader, has joined the Company in the newly created role of chief nursing officer. The appointment reinforces Sotera’s commitment to providing practice leadership for nurses, a group that is highly engaged in the safety and care of hospital patients.
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SOTERA® WIRELESS NAMES CHARLIE ALVAREZ TO LEAD SALES AND MARKETING
SAN DIEGO – September 15, 2014 – Sotera® Wireless today announced that industry veteran Charlie Alvarez has been appointed senior vice president of sales and marketing. Alvarez will lead the Company’s strategic initiatives to develop the market for Sotera’s ViSi® Mobile System, a wireless, wearable vital signs monitoring platform designed to help hospitals keep clinicians connected to their patients.
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SOTERA® WIRELESS NAMES DR. BENJAMIN KANTER CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER
SAN DIEGO – September 4, 2014 – Sotera® Wireless today announced that Dr. Benjamin Kanter has joined the Company as chief medical officer. Dr. Kanter, an experienced healthcare technology leader, will deploy his expertise to advance Sotera’s clinical initiatives relevant to continuous patient monitoring.
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ALARM MANAGEMENT AGENDA AT 2014 AAMI CONFERENCE AT 2014 AAMI CONFERENCE
SAN DIEGO – May 28, 2014 – Sotera® Wireless today announced that James Welch, Senior Vice President Patient Safety, Quality Systems, Clinical and Regulatory Affairs and a pioneer in the development of patient monitoring systems, will lead an educational session at the upcoming Association for the Advancement of Medical Innovation (AAMI) 2014 conference in Philadelphia. Welch, who will moderate the session titled “Transforming Care in Non-ICU Settings through Disruptive Continuous Monitoring” during an open-invite breakfast symposium on June 2 at 7 a.m. eastern daylight time, intends to highlight the patient safety benefits of continuous patient monitoring technology emphasizing efforts to align with the Joint Commission’s drive to manage alarm hazards in healthcare facilities.full article