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CardioWise™ Welcomes Geoffrey Dalbow as Chief Technology Officer
Date:3/15/2013

Fayetteville, AR (PRWEB) March 15, 2013

Geoffrey Dalbow has recently joined Cardiowise, Inc. as Chief Technology Officer. His background includes substantial leadership experience in the highly competitive area of medical technology. Through the application and optimization of emerging imaging technologies, he has delivered solutions that improved health care quality, safety and efficiencies, while reducing the cost of care. During his career, Mr. Dalbow has directed multiple research and development efforts delivering a broad range of products and solutions to improve healthcare. He managed and secured more than 80 patents for R2 Technology in the area of Computer-Aided Detection technology. His business experience is international in scope and includes India, China and the Middle East as well as South America.

Mr. Dalbow comes to CardioWise from CMS, Roper Industries where he was recently employed as the CTO and Director of Business Development. Prior to Roper, Geoffrey was the Director of Research and Development for Philips Medical Systems. Previous to that, Dalbow and a team of technology experts established R2 Technology, where he directed the research and development of medical solutions for computer-aided detection and diagnosis of cancer. In only three years, in his position as CTO, the company was taken from startup to market share leader and was successfully sold. Prior to R2 Technologies, Mr. Dalbow held several leadership positions with Varian Medical Systems. His wealth of imaging and product development expertise provides Cardiowise with the leadership needed to build the company’s innovative development and growth platform.

Mr. Dalbow received his Bachelor of Science from Carnegie Mellon University and completed numerous courses towards his Ph.D. in Medical Physics at the University of Pittsburgh. He has held management positions in several companies on the Forbes Best Managed Companies Top 100 Li
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