ROCHESTER, MN - Ambient Clinical Analytics, Inc., the provider of powerful bedside real-time critical decision support tools for ICU, Operating Room and Emergency Departments, welcomes Drew Flaada as Chief Technology Officer. With continued growth and rapid expansion, Flaada joins a talented and tenured team to drive Ambient’s momentum.
Flaada joins Ambient Clinical Analytics after a long and varied career as an executive at IBM. Flaada’s experiences include computer hardware and software development, product management, product marketing, and large-scale program management. He has formed and managed large international development organizations, as well as small tiger teams of highly skilled technologists. Flaada’s most recent experiences included successfully managing a series of new “startup” businesses within IBM in High Performance Computing, stream analytics, and most recently Cloud Computing. He also formed and ran 10-year collaboration between IBM and Mayo Clinic in applying information technology to medical based projects.
“We are delighted to welcome such a talented individual, with the perfect skill set, to the Ambient team,” said Al Berning, CEO of Ambient Clinical Analytics. “We’re striving to build a team with strong IT and Medtech skills and with the experience that Drew brings he fits the bill. He has a proven track record and we are pleased to have him on board.”
Flaada joins Ambient as Chief Technology Officer to continue the company’s momentum with the trifecta of powerful new technologies, licensed from Mayo Clinic, to improve the way that critical care providers take care of patients. Flaada comments, “I am excited to start a new challenge with Ambient Clinical Analytics and look forward to working with the team to further develop Ambient Clinical Analytics’ products and capabilities. I feel fortunate to join a company offering superior technologies that will change patient care.”
About Ambient Clinical Analytics
Ambient Clinical Analytics sells powerful bedside real-time healthcare data assimilation, communication, and analytics based decision support tools that support the ICU, Operating Room and Emergency Department. Our business model is supported by software license fees, SaaS, Cloud and system integration revenue. MD and executive team with strong track records in medicine, medical products and IT.
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