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SuperVision, Inc.

Introducing MiniCom™: Immersive, broadcast quality communication between doctors and patients -- telemedicine in a way that's never been imagined.

  • Stage $500K in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Medical Devices and Equipment
  • Location Hermosa Beach, CA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2009
  • Website supervisionmd.com

Company Summary

Nothing like MiniCom™ exists today.  Being codeveloped with the Cleveland Clinic, MiniCom™ targets the 15M elderly, bed ridden chronic patients whose physical impairments make even simple trips to the hospital a struggle.  Compact and lightweight, MiniCom sits unobtrusively in the home and uses cutting edge video to remotely replicate the experience of a live clinic visit; an easier, better way for patients to be seen by their doctor.

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    Thomas Wayne Kristy
    CEO

    Background in organic chemistry, mechanical engineering, finance; 15 years in medical device space; co-creator of StarCast, a medical eLearning system used by 100+ medical companies and educational institutions including ConMed, Solta, Stanford University; co-founder and CEO of Bostec Engineering, Inc., the largest manufacturer of H-Seals, which were developed and patented by Bostec for the semiconductor, oil field and nuclear industries.

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    Janet Lynn Comer
    CTO

    Background in computer science, finance; 15 years in medical device space; co-creator of StarCast, a medical eLearning system used by 100+ medical companies and educational institutions including ConMed, Solta, Stanford University; co-founder of Bostec Engineering, Inc., the largest manufacturer of H-Seals, which were developed and patented by Bostec for the semiconductor, oil field and nuclear industries.

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    Tom Thompson
    CFO

    New York based career in financial management, M&A, and business development followed by 15 years as CFO of technology start-ups in Bay Area, managing all aspects of the financial, controllership, and administrative functions, including taking a company public to NASDAQ listing, raising over $1 billion in the public markets and assisting in multiple private financings.

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    John Hackwell, Ph.D.
    Chief Scientist

    Dr. John A. Hackwell has deep expertise in optical physics; led the development of SEBASS, the first high-sensitivity airborne imaging spectrometer to operate in the 3 – 13.5 micron spectral region; developed the 2.3-m Wyoming Infrared Telescope; developed the Broadband Array Spectrometer System used at the NASA 3-m Infrared Telescope Facility on Mauna Kea. In 2000 received the George W. Goddard Award for his work.

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    Eiran Z. Gorodeski, MD
    Cardiovascular / In-Home

    Eiran Z. Gorodeski, M.D., M.P.H., Heart and Vascular Institute, Cleveland Clinic Executive Director, director of Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Connected Care, which has oversight over Cleveland Clinic’s home health and other post-acute care operations. He is board-certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular medicine, and advanced heart failure/transplant cardiology. Graduate of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine (M.D.), and t

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