With a strong finance background in both commercial banking and technology, Robert Baldwin brings a variety of perspectives to his leadership role at MediVu. With an MBA from Rollins College, he transitioned to the semiconductor industry as Harris Corporate spun off its semiconductor division to become Intersil. Mr. Baldwin helped take Intersil public eight months later in what was the largest semiconductor IPO at the time. His executive experience includes running a $70M faith-based healthcare organization. As CEO, he led the company in an operational and strategic turn-around culminating in an exemption in the PPACA.
Mike Gilger is a recognized leader in both the data visualization and process automation spaces. His expertise in process automation, performance improvement, situational awareness, as well as data integration, fusion and visualization is well documented and he has several patents pending in these various fields. Mr. Gilger has provided technical advice on situational awareness and data visualization design for numerous commercial and government organizations. As a concept visionary and architect, Mr. Gilger fused data visualization technologies with neurolinguistic concepts to create the technological foundation for the MediVu product suite which has been designed to vastly improve the capabilities of human interaction with data resulting in faster, more accurate decision making by caregivers.
Glenn Palmiere is a seasoned technology and business development executive with both public and private sector leadership experiences. He has had an award winning career in software development and was appointed by Governor Jeb Bush as the Chief Information Officer for the Department of Children and Families. He has been published in over 100 international periodicals for his work on efficiency through automation and was recognized by Computer World magazine as one of the Top 100 Information technology Leaders in the world. Glenn's healthcare experience was developed while he was the Chief Information Officer at G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital.
David Lee Scher, MD, a practicing cardiologist, was a pinoeer adopter of remote patient monitoring in 2000 and integration of monitored devices with electronic health records (experienced with mobile EHR since 1997). Dr. Scher is a well-known technology and patient advocate in social media and his blog The Digital Health Corner has been well-respected for years.
Scher is founder and Director of DLS Healthcare Consulting, LLC an agency specializing in advising companies developing and adopting digital health technologies. His experience across the healthcare spectrum as a clinician, clinical investigator, Medicare carrier committee advisor, and IRB Chair provide him with a unique perspective.
Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascualr Diseases and Clinical Cardiac Electophysiology, and is a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at Penn State College of Medicine.
Pinaki Asher is an experienced Software Engineer with proven ability to design innovative software solutions for some of the most complex problems across multiple industry verticals. Ms. Asher has a proven track record of success in enterprise application development and management of both onshore and offshore engineering team management. She has significant architectural, design and coding experience in many programming languages including Java and .Net. As the Director of Development, Ms. Asher is responsible for the architecture, design and implementation of the MediVu suite of software products.