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eSNF, Inc.

eSNF provides the technology and the physicians' services to interview, examine and treat Skilled Nursing Patients after hours.

  • Stage $3M in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Healthcare Services
  • Location Stratford, CT, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2012
  • Employees 5
  • Website

Company Summary

eSNF offers its Telemedicine technology and physician services to interview, examine and treat SNF patients after hours. eSNF’s physicians work directly with each facility’s medical staff to deliver services similar to a hospital’s emergency department. eSNF’s remote, after-hours clinical care enhances the SNF’s existing service, allowing patients to be treated on site, and avoiding unnecessary hospitalizations.


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    Susan B. Riley

    A dynamic, entrepreneurial and pragmatic senior healthcare executive with 20 years experience in start-up, turn-around, and growth stage healthcare services and technology companies who uses motivational leadership and change management to create collaborative, efficient, high performing and thriving work environments.

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    David Chess
    Chief Medical Officer

    Dr. David Chess is a board certified internist and geriatrician, and is currently a Principal and Chief Medical Officer of eSNF.

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    Evan Rakowski
    Chief Operating Officer

    Evan has led, grown and advised numerous healthcare startup companies throughout his career. He is the co-founder of Starfish Clinical Innovations, the business incubator that developed the eSNF concept. While with Starfish, Evan also pioneered the launch of Aegis Review, a company that provides guidance, advocacy and second opinions for cancer patients.

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    Edward A. Foster
    EVP, Business Development

    Edward Foster was a founder, director, major shareholder, chairman, and CEO of Aratek International Inc., an independent software engineering laboratory and research and development company, which grew to more than 150 employees during his tenure. Ed sold Aratek’s major business segment (the independent software laboratory) to IBM, where he remained under contract to IBM as a Vice President in the application systems division.


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    David Lubin esq.

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