Chest pain is a top cause of US ED visits. Eight to ten million patients with chest pain present to an ED annually in the United States. More than half of Emergency Department patients with chest pain receive lengthy cardiac evaluations in a chest pain unit or inpatient ward, with an annual cost $10-13 billion.
At Impathiq™, we believe our patients and the clinicians who serve them deserve reliable systems to help them in important clinical decisions. We combine the results of proven clinical research studies with human factors engineering to produce safe, efficient systems that enhance clinical decision-making for all patients.
Mary is a seasoned healthcare commercial leader with over 20 years of experience building successful business development teams. She leverages advanced technology to enable transformative and sustainable change in healthcare processes and patient outcomes.
Scott Gilmore is an emergency physician practicing in Los Angeles. He studied physics at Princeton, medicine at Wake Forest, and emergency medicine at Christiana.
Simon Mahler, MD, MS is a Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of Clinical Research at Wake Forest. He is the PI of research validating the HEART Pathway and is a recognized leader in emergency cardiology.
Iltifat Husain is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Wake Forest and an internationally-recognized expert in mobile medical technology.
Jameson is a multidisciplinary engineer, system architect, and startup veteran with a PhD in Biomedical Engineering. Jameson has a decade of experience in translational technology development and commercialization.
Erin has more than 10 years of successful experience in healthcare project management, system implementation, and process management. With a passion for healthcare technology, Erin strives to ensure client success.
Kim is an accomplished leader with more than fifteen years in executive roles in marketing, sales, product management, and executive leadership, with a focus on healthcare technology.
Bill helps health care organizations adjust to the rapid change. Previously the President of the North Carolina Hospital Association, with over 30 years of experience, Bill is a recognized expert in the politics and public policy of the Tarheel state.
Sims is an experienced attorney with 15+ years experience in private practice and as senior in-house counsel for global technology and pharmaceutical firms. He holds JD, Cum Laude from Duke University School of Law.
Kirk is an author, educator, mentor, innovator, and a national thought leader in patient safety, risk management, integrated clinical care, practice management, standardization, emergency department flow and hospital-wide flow.
Gourang helps businesses with their digital transformations and digital marketing efforts. His experience spans the fields of enterprise web architecture, data analysis, corporate strategy, and business development.
Salim is an Assistant Program Director of EM at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. He is also the founder and creator of the REBEL EM blog and REBELCast medical education podcast.
Michelle is an Associate Professor of EM at UCSF and practices emergency medicine at SFGH, with an academic niche in technology and how it can transform the landscape of medical education. She is the Editor-in-Chief of Academic Life in Emergency Medicine.