marketing, strategic planning, alliance creation and cultivation
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Chemistry, Physics, Biochemistry, Biomedical Sciences, Medicine
Alex has held a variety of positions in the medical products industry over the past 24 years. While at a small start-up company, Diatek, Alex was responsible for the development of the first automated anesthesia record keeping system, the Arkive. Alex was also in charge of strategic planning and business development in the U. S. for a leading Japanese patient monitoring company, Nihon Kohden. Alex has been a principal partner in a management consulting firm specializing in serving medical product company clients. Alex moved from working with traditional medical product companies to taking an active role in bringing the confluence of IT and telecommunications to healthcare. In pursuing this ambition, Alex joined Acer America, where he was responsible for Healthcare Strategic Business Development. During his tenure at Acer, Alex led the team responsible for making the Acer TM110 the most widely used Tablet PC in healthcare. Alex then joined Nortel, where he was responsible for Healthcare Solutions Business Development and Strategy. Alex was also involved with Healthcare Solutions Business Development and Strategy for Siemens. Currently, Alex is working as a volunteer with the Obama Healthcare Policy Team. Alex has also been a member of a variety of other organizations, including the Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation and the IEEE Medical Information Bus Committee. Alex did his undergraduate work in chemistry and physics at the University of Michigan, his graduate work in Chemical Physics at the California Institute of Technology, and attended medical school at the University of California at San Diego.
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