Dr. Gregory Eydelman
Dr. Gregory Eydelman is a renowned scientist in the field of biomedical engineering. Gregory has twenty-nine patents in bionics and cybernetics. Dr. Eydelman has authored over thirty articles in scientific journals around the world. Before joining Crosstalk Research, Dr. Eydelman served as a senior scientist at Fonar Corporation, Melville NY where he invented apparatus and methodologies for extraction and processing of physiological and medical information from patients for each of the following systems: Neurological, circulatory, orthopedic, dental, ophthalmic, auditory and mammography. Dr. Eydelman designed human-machine interfaces for maximizing accuracy of physiological monitoring while minimizing physical and physiological discomforts. Prior to Fonar, Gregory worked at the hospital of Joint Diseases. He earned his Ph.D. in Bionics and Biomedical Engineering at the Central Scientific Laboratory, Medical School, Georgia and MS and BS degrees from the Polytechnic Institute of Georgia.
Howard Schrier CPA CFF CGMA
Chief Financial Officer
A Certified Public Accountant with over 20 years experience in the accounting and finance industry. Howard’s roles included CFO, manager and controller of large international firms where he substantially improved the growth and operating results. During his career, Mr. Schrier was instrumental in acquisitions, restructuring, raising capital with lending institutions. Howard is a member of NY and NJ Society of Certified public accountants, Association of Fraud Examiners, the institute of Management Accountants and member of Board of Directors for the World Adhesion Foundation.
I. J. Rena
Executive Vice President International Operations
I. J. Rena has more than 25 years of multinational management experience in sales and marketing management, business planning, distribution, customer services & support, operations management, program management and development engineering. I.J. is fluent in English, French and Persian.
Vice President NG Medical
Victor Yermi is an expert in the area of cloud computing, Enterprise Resource Planning, contact centers and CRM systems. As an IT industry veteran with more than 17 years of experience in various leadership roles, Victor was responsible for driving development of full range company products for emergency/healthcare services internationally. Victor is fluent in English, Ukrainian and Russian.
Dr. Dmitry Manin
Vice President of Business Development and Sales CIS
Dr. Dmitry Manin has more than 20 years of experience in sales and business development in CIS region. Mr. Manin is a president of a Russian National Contact Center Association and CEO of CRM Design - customer relations consulting and project Management Company. In the past, he managed customer service and corporate projects for largest Russian Telecom Operators. Dmitry is fluent in English and Russian.
Vice President of Development,
Kuang-Ching Meng has more than 20 years of experience in developing applications for real-time telecommunications. Prior to joining Crosstalk Research, Mr. Meng served in development lead role position for several of the world’s leading companies in the telecommunications market, specializing in VoIP contact center and voice mail solutions.Kuang-Ching was involved in the development of advanced data-communication products as a director of the R&D division. Tommy is fluent in English and Mandarin Chinese.
Dr. Shmuel Einav
PhD, Director of Medical Technologies Division of CEWIT, New York State Center of Excellence for Wireless and Information Technology, at Stony Brook University, NY. He is a world- distinguished expert in the field of biomedical engineering and the cardiovascular circulatory system.
He is the Founding Director of the Slezak Super Center for Cardiac Research and Biomedical Engineering, the Founding Director of the Kodecz Center for Medical Engineering and Physical Sciences, and the Founding Director of the California Friends Laboratory for Biomedical Computing and Parallel Processing.
In recognition of his significant achievements and important contributions to science, biomedicine and technology, he has been elected as a Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE), Fellow of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES), Fellow of the International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE) and a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
Dr. Craig Lehmann
PhD, C (NRCC), FACB is is the dean of the School of Health Technology and Management at Stony Brook University. He is an Interim Executive Dean for the Health Sciences Center and oversees the operations of all four of the professional schools in the Health Sciences Center: Social Welfare, Dentistry, Nursing and Health Technology and Management.
Dr. Lehmann has participated in national and international conferences lecturing on emerging technologies that improve the aging experience. His writings and demonstration studies continue to illustrate how e-health technology is responding to the socio-economic and health care concerns of a graying society. Dr. Lehmann presented at Capital Hill in Washington, D.C. where he led President Bushs’ Advisory Board for Science and Technology in discussions that focused on the benefits of e-technology and the major disease states suited for application; principally, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and congestive heart failure. He currently serves on the commission for the Center for Aging Services Technologies, Washington DC and the Board for Habitat for Humanity, Suffolk County, New York.
In addition to authoring more than 65 journal articles, Dr. Lehmann is the author, editor and/or co-editor of five clinical laboratory science textbooks. He has presented over 125 presentations, worldwide, on clinical analysis by computer assisted infrared spectroscopy, clinical laboratory education, workflow analysis, laboratory economics, e-health, point of care testing and disease management. Dr. Lehmann, is a registered clinical chemist with the National Registry of Clinical Chemistry and a Fellow in the National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry.
Dr. Louis G. Cornacchia III
Board certified neurosurgeon.
He is a Director of Neurosurgery of Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center and a clinical assistant professor of Neurosurgery at Cornell-Weill Medical Center and at SUNY Downstate Medical Center.
Dr. Cornacchia founded New York Neurosurgery & Neuroscience Associates, PLLC and used his experience to help direct Mercy Medical Center to become one of the first hospitals in NY to install a Gamma Knife Center. Utilizing his medical and technology experiencehe also developed MiMS, a complete Electronic Health Record(EHR) Practice Management (PM); Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) System solution, which was used to run multiple medical practices from 1997 to 2001.
Dr. Cornacchia is a clinical assistant professor of Neurosurgery at Cornell-Weill Medical Center and at SUNY Downstate Medical Center. He is also chief of Neurosurgery at Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York where he has helped establish a "bloodless surgery" program. Lou is active in the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, the Congress of Neurosurgery, the American Medical Association andstate/county medical organizations. He has published papers in several scientific and medical journals, including theJournal of Biophysics, The American Journal of Anatomy, Computers in Biology and Medicine, Muscle and Nerve, and the American Academy of Clinical Neurophysiology.
In 2001, Dr. Cornacchia undertook a massive project to begin development of a unique software platform for physicians and other providers, patients, hospitals, payers and government agencies designed to go beyond the limitations of siloed client-server based technologies which are still de reguer today. In 2005 he foundedDocPatientNetwork, Inc (DPN) to engineer highly scalable "collaboration" technology designed to coerce the healthcare system towards reduced global healthcare costs and dramatically improved quality of care. His current research focus is in the application of multi-tenancy software architectures to solve stake-holder alignment, communications and interoperability issues in health
Chief Executive Officer at Winbourne Consulting LLC, which emergency communications, public safety, emergency management, 311 government services, management consulting, government finance and budget, telecommunications, and strategic planning.
Project Management Professional (PMP) and Emergency Number Professional (ENP) certifications.
Mr. Winbourne has over 25 years of project management experience combined with 15 years of emergency communications, response, management and systems’ domain expertise. Certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP) and an Emergency Number Professional (ENP).
Jeffrey currently leading business development and technical design for integrated public safety systems internationally. Over the past 7 years has worked in Ukraine, Poland, Bulgaria, India, and Iraq on public safety communications and response projects. Have worked on a wide range of 911/112 related emergency communications, projects in over 50 major jurisdictions over the past 15 years.
He prepared the strategy for the New York City’s E-911 emergency communications project and continues ot support the project as a project manager. Has served as a project manager and as a subject matter expert with the Washington, DC Metropolitan Police Department and Emergency Management Agency, Philadelphia Office of Emergency Management, Fire and Police Departments, Metro-Dade Police, Fairfax County, Virginia, and New York City Office of Emergency Management, Police and Fire Departments on various E-911 emergency communications and police and fire systems projects.
Recognized leader in 311 government services call centers, technlogy and operaitons. Worked on over 15 311 projects to include: Miami-Dade and Pinellas County, FL, New York City, Washington, DC, Cleveland, Ohio, Philadelphia, PA, and Bexar County, TX.
Managed Booz-Allen's business in the former Soviet Union from 1992 to 1996.
At present he is serving in the capacity of CEO at Meditel360's www.meditel360.com which he founded.
Previously he founded CosmoCom and as its CEO led it to become a global Call Center technology vendor improving the communications between businesses and customers around the world. At Meditel360 he is in charge of the company vision and direction.
Ari is a passionate, visionary entrepreneur who wants to "change the world". His interests are to help people to communicate better and more recently to help to improve the health and quality of life of the aging population and the chronically ill. Prior to founding these companies, he served as vice president of operations and engineering at Comverse Technology, a young company at the time that became the leading supplier of voice-mail system to telecoms. Before that Ari was responsible for R&D, product development and operations at an Israeli/US start-up company called Telecomputer, an early developer of computer telephony integration product. Ari also held several other management positions
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