Default company panoramic image


Increase access to ultrasound imaging by introducing smart phone and cloud services based systems that are accessible, affordable, and connected.

  • Stage $500K in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Medical Devices and Equipment
  • Location Redmond, WA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Employees 5
  • Website

Company Summary

Significant documented need exists in emergency medicine and vascular access for point-of-care ultrasound imaging. Furthermore, globally more than 70% of the population doesn't have access to diagnostic ultrasound imaging because it is expensive, hard to use, and not portable. Mobisante proposes to change that by bringing to market accessible and mobile point-of-care ultrasound imaging embedded in an affordable service well suited for providers.


  • Default avatar
    Sailesh Chutani

    Prior to Mobisante Sailesh managed $100m worth of exploratory research investments in emerging technologies to identify and seed new businesses at Microsoft. He also led the turnaround of WebTV acquisition into a profitable business launching multiple new product and services, with revenues that peaked at $220m. His first start up Transarc was acquired by IBM.

  • Default avatar
    David Zar

    David has 18 years of experience in various aspects of ultrasound hardware and software design and development. He was a co-founder of two start-ups; Z&R Technologies and BLENDICS. He has written device drivers and user applications, as well as designed hardware used in ultrasound imaging. He has a track record of pursuing cutting edge research and translating research into successful products.

  • Default avatar
    Menahem Nassi
    Consulting Executive

    Dr. Nassi has been a successful MedTech Silicon Valley Entrepreneur, R&D Executive, and CEO since 1991, The companies include: DiaSonics (Director R&D, Ultrasound Division), Cardiometrics (CEO), EndoSonics (BoD), PharmaSonics (CEO), MedGenics (CEO), ReVascular Therapeutics (CEO), NextRay (CEO), Advanced Bifurcation Systems (Interim CEO).

    He successfully led Cardiometrics IPO in 1995 and M&A with EndoSonics in 1997.

  • Default avatar
    Jeff Baker
    VP of Sales

    Jeff has over 20 years’ experience in sales and sales management in point-of-care devices. As VP of Sales for EPOCAL, he led efforts for the acquisition by Alere Medical for $252 million. Jeff also helped raise $5mil in funding for Wellness Environments, a startup company based in TN. Prior to EPOCAL, he was VP of Sales at i-STAT. As one of their top salesperson he helped grow the business leading to the acquisition of i-STAT for $650 million.


  • Default avatar
    Frank Rahmani, Cooley LLP
    Default avatar
    Ken Russell, Access Accounting (local Seattle firm)

Previous Investors

  • Default avatar
    WRF Capital, Community Clinics in Eastern WA, Alliance of Angels,
    Default avatar
    Herrera, Inc., Cooley LLP