We ease doctors’ workloads, deliver better care to people with hypertension and other chronic diseases, and improve efficiency within healthcare systems.
As a clinicians we saw the need for continuous, real-time care because in the elderly there is no seamless way to monitor and manage patients. Our differentiation is tying monitoring to medication management.
Nirav Shah is an experienced neurohospitalist and served as the stroke director of Swedish Neuroscience in Seattle, the largest stroke program in the Pacific Northwest. Nirav was inspired to create Alertive while completing his fellowship in vascular neurology at the University of California, San Francisco.
Jorge Sanchez is an internal medicine hospitalist physician who works with underserved Latino populations and rural healthcare systems. Previously, he co-founded a hospitalist company spanning South Florida, which he successfully exited. He has published research on hypertension and was a clinical professor at Rutgers University Medical School.
Noah Manders is a software engineer and product management professional with deep expertise in healthcare. Formerly focused on healthcare solutions at Imprivata, an IT security company, he has over 14 years of experience developing software solutions for cloud, mobile, security, and healthcare IT. He has successfully built highly scalable healthcare platforms leveraging cloud and mobile technology.
Michael Jue is an experienced, top performing medical device sales leader with deep expertise in healthcare. Formerly focused on cardiology and cardiac rhythm products at Medtronic, St. Jude Medical and Biotronik, he has nearly two decades of experience delivering value to physicians, hospitals and health systems.
Ron Zanetti is an experienced finance leader for both growth stage and public companies. He has +20 years of experience successfully managing finance and operations functions in healthcare, pharma, and media industries. His accomplishments include establishing financial planning, controls and compliance in large global companies such as Amazon, Comcast, and Ernst & Young, as well as Seattle-based national companies such as Meterocomm and Talyst. Ron holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from Seton Hall University and an MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Daniela is an operations leader, who specializes in improving business efficiency, productivity and cost reduction by creating and implementing a successful operational structure with an MS in logistics. She has lead large teams of diverse backgrounds, in different industries such as warehousing, transportation, banking and technology prior to Alertive where she leads implementation and customer success.