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MedSign International Corporation

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Company Overview


Introducing a first-of-its-kind technology that connects hospitals, physicians & home care agencies
with patients via their home television to provide real-time visual, voice and data access 24/7.

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Business Summary


Company Age 13 years, 2 months
Employees 8
Sub-Industry Other Healthcare
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Products/Services


Qortex

The Qortex TeleCare System is a healthcare delivery platform deployed in the patient’s home. It is composed of a plug-n-play HIPAA-compliant microprocessor-based hub, camera and learning remote control. Qortex interfaces with the patient’s in-home television to provide visual, audio, and vital sign data connectivity between the healthcare professional and patient. Qortex establishes a secure Internet or cellular-based virtual private network (VPN).

Qortex employs an open architecture platform and simple User Interface (UI). This enables hospitals and other healthcare agencies to easily utilize third party apps, their own hospital-proprietary and/or Qortex-developed health and wellness applications. The Qortex system allows caregivers to monitor or provide care based on the needs of their own patient population.

Management


Tom Conroy
Chief Executive Officer
Tom Conroy

Mr. Conroy is the inventor of the Qortex TeleCare System and Daily Companion applications. Tom has more than thirty-five years experience in the high technology governmental and commercial business arenas. Mr. Conroy served as a senior military officer for the Office of Special Projects/National Reconnaissance Office of the CIA where he developed state-of-the-art systems for the classified national defense space program.

After a variety of illnesses affected his immediate family, Mr. Conroy’s experience took him into the medical industry. Understanding the intrinsic problems with the medical industry, Mr. Conroy used his expertise of building commercial technologies to develop the Qortex Telecare System for MedSign to better improve preventative medical care through an at-home medical convergence platform.

Phil Verruto
Chief Financial Officer
Phil Verruto

Mr. Verruto brings significant high-level management and public company experience to MedSign International. Formerly Chief Executive and Chairman of DataStream Global Communications, an international long distance telecommunications provider with operations in North America, South America, Europe and the Middle East, Mr. Verruto was credited with building the company from a start-up in 1996 to a $40 million revenue-run rate by 1999. Under his leadership, DataStream raised more than $20 million in capital and became a publicly traded company. Phil also served as president of ICT Response, a division of the ICT Group, Inc. and was formerly vice president of sales for Decision Data Computer Corporation and Standard & Poor’s.

Reza Medani
Chief Technology Officer
Reza Medani

Mr. Madani is a proven innovator having developed and delivered complex strategic software solutions for Fortune 500 companies. His previous efforts included major clientele such as SpaceX, Bank of America, America Fund, Mercury Insurance, The Capital Group, Genea Energy, and Pfizer. He has been a keynote speaker for numerous Microsoft software introductions. Reza is responsible for the system architecture of the Qortex TeleCare System and its associated Daily Companion applications.

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MedSign International Corporation

New York, NY 10169, US

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