GraftWorx is building wearables and implantables with an integrated sensor platform, and leveraging our proprietary cloud software to change patient lives.
GraftWorx seamlessly integrates a sensor package into wearables and implantables that interrogates the device daily via a relay app.
GraftWorx has developed a HIPAA-compliant cloud solution able to communicate with our "smart" cardiovascular implantables and securely store and analyze data generated from the sensors.
GraftWorx' integrated cloud platform allows us to identify patients who are at risk of poor outcomes and enables lower cost preventative measures to be taken. This lowers overall hospital expenditures and decreases readmission rates. With the new Medicare reimbursement for remote monitoring of chronic conditions, GraftWorx can help clinicians increase revenue for their practice while reducing the number of bad outcomes.
David was preparing to begin a surgical residency when he was confronted with the need for the GraftWorx device. While researching a possible solution, he invented the GraftWorx technology and currently leads the company.
Samit is a PhD in Biomedical Engineering and leads the company’s product development activities. He sold his first company, O2 Insights, to J&J Advanced Wound Care.
Ray is COO at GraftWorx and has vast leadership experience at companies such as mCube and National Semiconductor.
Anthony leads the engineering efforts at GraftWorx. Prior to joining us, he co-founded Invensense, and has played key roles at several sensor companies, including MCube and Axept.
Frank leads the sensor data delivery hw/sw platform and implantable technology development. He brings expertise in low power wireless system design including battery-less communication to the team. Prior to GraftWorx, he worked on a communication system for a glucose-sensing contact lens at Google Life Sciences, and has a BS, MS and Ph.D. in EECS from MIT.
Jim leads embedded systems development at Graftworx. He has built sensing and control systems for areas as diverse as spacecraft, cooking devices and parking sensor networks. He’s been an early employee or cofounder at several startups, and led the pioneering sensor network group at Xerox PARC.
Peter is a UCLA School of Electrical Engineering Graduate and a former Fitbit Engineer.
Robert is a Senior financial executive with particular strengths in evaluating strategic alternatives and driving organizations to achieve set strategies and goals. He is currently CFO.
Frank Honoré rounds out our team.... His software and wireless expertise, along with a deep understanding of healthcare technology and remote patient monitoring, will further advance our minimally invasive, 'smart' cardiovascular implants.GraftWorx Obtains a Pioneer of Sensor Technology and a Key Leader in MEMS
"Both Jim Reich and Ray Farnham will be able to advance the sensor technology of our minimally invasive, cardiovascular implants and continue to develop our remote patient monitoring system."