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LifeTouch Technologies, LLC

Hospital acquired infections kill 100,000 people per year in the US. Our product will reduce cross contamination, saving lives and money.

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  • Location San Jose, CA, USA
  • Currency USD

Company Summary

The company manufactures custom die cut antimicrobial films designed to prevent the spread of infection on high-touch inanimate surfaces. The initial focus will be on the health care community, hospitals and long term care facilities, but potential for our product exists in other markets such as hospitality/food and beverage, schools and daycares, dental, veterinary, commercial and retail.


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    Lawrence W. Gorin

    Mr. Gorin brings 30 years experience in commercial banking and entrepreneurial businesses, where he held increasing levels of management, including direct P&L responsibility for a $120 million portfolio. His experience includes product development, marketing, supervisry management and sales. His responsibilities include the day-to-day oversight of LifeTouch operations and execution of the health care plan with a focus on production.

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    Stephen D. Burton, MD
    Chief Medical Officer

    Dr. Burton brings 20 years experience in the health care field. His experience includes both hospital and office based clinical practice. He has directed a long term health care facility, a home health care company and a state owned medical clinic. Dr. Burton received his Medical Doctorate from the University of Louisville, and completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.

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    Laura Sigmon
    Director of Sales

    Ms. Sigmon has 24 years experience selling into the health care market. Her company, ProMed, has partnered with many vendors in marketing products designed for multiple hospital departments: Information Technology, OR, ER, Nursing, Patient Safety, Infection Control and Cardiopulmonary. ProMed has contracted with a large for-profit hospital company, which has agreed to standardize on a ProMed product in all of their 122 hospitals.