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CardioComm Solutions, Inc.

Location: Toronto, Ontario 1
Sector: Life Science 1
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CardioComm Solutions, Inc. is a medical software company that specializes in developing solutions for mobile cardiac monitoring for the sports, medical and wellness markets. Specifically, they’re developing connectivity and integration solutions for ECG monitoring from wearable and holdable sensors to enable mobile monitoring of consumers or patients through medially credentialed (FDA, CE, Health Canada) compliant software solutions sold globally.

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  • Has secured the software and device clearances for OTC class II medical device sales in Canada and the USA.
  • Has developed a SMART Monitoring ECG reading service for all HeartCheck™ branded/compatible devices.
  • Can leverage its experience securing medical device clearances to help consumer health device manufacturers get their products cleared.
  • Will have access to many devices without the cost and responsibility of developing and manufacturing.
  • Will facilitate sales of the devices through the sale of its GEMS based software and the device manufactures will facilitate the sale of CardioComm’s software through the sale of their devices outside of North America.

CardioComm Solutions,  Inc. is a medical software company that specializes in developing solutions for mobile cardiac monitoring for the sports, medical and wellness markets. Specifically, they’re developing connectivity and integration solutions for ECG monitoring from wearable and holdable sensors to enable mobile monitoring of consumers or patients through medially credentialed (FDA, CE, Health Canada) compliant software solutions sold globally.

Robert E. Caines, Chairman of the Board

Mr. Caines, Managing Partner / Founding Partner at Paley Advisors, is a serial entrepreneur and mergers and acquisitions executive with over thirty years of business startup, growth and management experience.  He founded Paley Advisors in 2014.  From 2002 to 2014.  He served as one of three Managing Partners at Paley Dixon, Inc., the New York City-based buy-side intermediary and advisory firm, founded in 1979.  There, he and partners Sarah Cooke and Richard Paley grew Paley Dixon into one of the top five buy-side intermediaries and advisory firms of its size in the US and Canada.  Previous to Paley Dixon, he held senior-level sales and sales management positions at Hummingbird, BrightStar, NetEra and ADP.  Previous to ADP.  Mr Caines and partners founded Cable Channels, Inc., the cable television electronic program guide software firm.  He currently serves as President and Founding Partner of a customized B2C/B2B cross-border shipping solutions provider, to be launched in Q2 2016.  He also serves as Treasurer and member of the Board of Directors of Kensington House Owner’s Corporation.  Mr. Caines previously served as Treasurer and member of the Board of Directors of the Salmagundi Club, as Treasurer and member of the Board of Directors of the Ali Forney Center and as a member of the Advisory Board of the Peccadillo Theatre Company.  He received a Master of Business Administration degree from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the College of Engineering at the University of Notre Dame.

 

William E. Smith, Board Member

Mr. Smith began his career as a systems engineer at IBM Canada where he was sent to Japan in 1972 to provide IMS manufacturing expertise to Toyota.  In 1990, Mr. Smith underwent rigorous TV training in San Francisco and was live on CNN, Good Morning America and various live TV talk shows in Silicon Valley. He was invited in 1990 to be a keynote speaker at PAC Bell’s annual corporate convention where he spoke on the future of Home Automation technology. He was a guest speaker at Seybold’s first “Digital World” conference in Beverley Hills in 1991 where he spoke on the future of the digital highway and first proposed the revolutionary digital highway to Pac Bell and an audience of Silicon Valley high tech personalities.  Mr. Smith proudly describes how this was globally reported in Wired Magazine. As the founder of CardioComm Solutions in 1989, he is most pleased with his nomination as Canadian Entrepreneur of the Year in 1995.  Later in 2000 as Microsoft EMEA Finance Industry Manager, he traveled extensively throughout EMEA and been guest speaker at a large number of external conventions including : Abtec 2001, First Arab eBanking Summit, April 2001, Dubai, UAE, The European IT Banking Forum 2000, November 2000, Milan, Italy , Bank Tech New Era, November 2000, Cairo, Egypt, EBank 2000. Sept 2000, Dubai , 17th Asian Bankers Association General Meeting. Sept 2000, Istanbul , Themen für IDC- Branchenkonferenz Banken 2000.  Feb 2000, Vienna, EE/MENA CEO Summit, Feb 2000 London, FinanceSector.com – Christiana Bank, March 2000 Oslo By 2001 .  He was completing 2 years at Microsoft as EMEA Finance Industry Manager for Microsoft Europe, Middle East and Africa.  He left Microsoft in May 2001 to take the position of COO with ICT, a startup company focused on Core Banking opportunities in Financial Services.  In February 2004, Mr. Smith was invited by Royal Roads University of Canada to a life changing event – teaching a two week pre-MBA boot-camp course to 55 mature learners in Tehran, Iran.  Mr.Smith has always made an effort to understand the cultural issues of international business.  His training includes Intensive Spanish – Instituto Cervantes, London – October 2001 Survival Arabic – London University, School of Oriental and African Studies – March 2003 .  He is delighted to have been invited back CardioComm Solutions, Inc. as Director and to offer his contributions to the development of CardioComm Solutions, Inc. into a world class global cardiology company. 1

 

Etienne Grima, Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Grima has over twenty-two years of experience in basic and clinical research administration, business development and strengthening corporate performance.  Recognized for a unique and multidisciplinary approach to overseeing operational performance and fiscal resources, Mr. Grima joined the Board of Directors of CardioComm Solutions, Inc. in December of 2006. In January of 2008 he was requested to serve as the company’s Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary during a period of organizational restructuring.  In May of 2010 he accepted the position of Chief Executive Officer.  Mr. Grima has also held the position of Chief Operating Officer and Financial Officer for the Canadian Heart Research Centre (CHRC) since its start in 1996 and a similar role in MD Primer Inc. since 2004.  In all his roles, Mr. Grima continues to oversee operational and financial performance, contract and budget negotiations, finance reporting and the evaluation of strategic partnerships and long term growth opportunities. Prior to the CHRC, Mr. Grima managed the St. Michael’s Hospital (SMH) Health Sciences Research Centre in Toronto.  He guided SMH to become the fastest growing University of Toronto affiliated research center between 1994 and1997, acting as the signing officer on 350 externally funded clinical and basic research budgets, and overseeing the design, construction and maintenance of 27,000 square feet of clinical and basic research laboratories.  During his tenure, he developed a detailed understanding and methodology of the successful performance of clinical research within a hospital environment and became a member and Accredited Health Science Executive of the Canadian College of Health Service Executives.  His educational background was rooted in his persistent interest in biology and he completed his academic career with an emphasis on human physiology, toxicology and zoology graduating from University of Toronto with high distinction in 1984.  He completed his graduate studies in 1986 with a Masters degree from the Faculty of Medicine, Department of Physiology, Centre for Research in Neurodegenerative and served as a peer reviewer for research publications and grant applications. 1 1