Our portfolio has been developed to blend seamlessly with clinical pathways, integrate with existing IT infrastructure and interface with the relevant data stream. By using real-time data analysis, we enable an earlier and potentially more effective clinical response to be considered, reducing avoidable harm and enabling cost savings.
We ensure that both patient and end user needs are at the forefront of our work, and that every solution blends seamlessly with existing care pathways. Rather than technology for technology’s sake, this is technology to support the clinician, improve patient care, and reduce the burden on care providers.
Duane is the Chairman of Rinicare. He is a business and finance graduate of the University of Notre Dame in the US and has 30 years’ experience of working in the healthcare industry. Throughout his career he has specialised in building and developing strong teams, recognising emerging opportunities in markets and building programmes and products to successfully fill those opportunities. From 2015 to 2017, he was the Managing Director at EMIS Health, the global HealthTech software and services business. Prior to that, he was the CEO of InferMed, having joined the Board in May 2007, leading it through to its successful trade exit in 2015. He was also the General Manager of Misys Healthcare Systems International Ltd, with responsibility for the company’s operations outside of North America. His successful track record of global commercial leadership is now being shared with HealthTech SMEs and mid-market companies through advisory and NED roles.
Anthony is the Managing Director at Rinicare. He has nearly 20 years’ experience in commercialising state-of-the-art machine learning algorithms as software and service in Healthcare. His career spans both medical and technology sectors having gained significant experience working with several cutting-edge digital entertainment and healthcare organisations. He also holds a PhD in machine learning. [Read more...]
Stuart is the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) at Rinicare, academic clinical lecturer in cardiovascular surgery at the University of Manchester, and fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons. He received a MBChB (Honours) in 2007 by the University of Manchester, MRCS in 2010 by the Royal College of Surgeons of England and PhD in 2014 by the University of Manchester. Over the last years, he has developed multiple predictive models for real-time Early Warning Score (EWS) and prediction of the likelihood of an improvement or deterioration in this score, which forms the basis of the IRIS algorithms. He has conducted research in analysis of patient data and clinical decision-making tools and has more than 40 publications including 25 peer reviewed original articles, two National reports and two book chapters.
Sam is the Clinical Informatics Officer (CIO) at Rinicare, and is a Speciality Trainee in the field of Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia and Critical Care. He extended his clinical training period to undertake a PhD in the subject of risk prediction following cardiac surgery at the University of Manchester. During this project he co-ordinated the conduct of collaborative research involving multiple institutions. He has expertise in the extraction, cleaning and analysis of patient monitoring data and a keen interest in risk prediction based on such data.
Jane is the Finance Director at Rinicare and has over 25 years’ experience in a range of industries and in companies of varying sizes, from business start-ups to PLCs. In addition to strategic and operational responsibilities, Jane has a particular interest in the use of AI in healthcare and relishes the opportunity it provides to positively impact people’s lives.
Donna joined Rinicare as their Office Manager in 2018. She holds a BA (Honours) degree in Business Management from the University of Leeds and has extensive experience and expertise working in a senior role. Donna works closely with the management team and is responsible for all office administration including employee and financial support. She also contributes to the day to day management of the office helping to develop, implement and maintain office policies and procedures, and ensuring that the office runs smoothly.
Eric managers relationships with our external partners. He is also an experienced project manager and data scientist. He has 12 years’ experience in healthcare research and development with the past 5 years focused on product development. He has participated in multiple national and international projects focusing on technical and health challenges within hospital, community, and emergency environments. Eric is also a member of the school of computing at Lancaster University where he is undertaking a PhD focusing on dynamic model validation in healthcare.
James has over 10 years’ experience in computer science and software engineering. James has led both national and international collaborative projects, delivering innovative technological solutions within the healthcare, first responder and security sectors. Involved with the development of several products, James provides expertise in product development lifecycle for both hardware and software. He takes a keen interest in data management, cyber security and product regulation.
Alex is an accomplished software engineer with a proven 20-year track record in running business-critical Research and Development projects for high-profile, international household names. An expert in digital research, mobile engineering, process and product design, operational management, and business communication, he keeps hands-on and focuses on cutting-edge technologies in the fields of artificial intelligence, image recognition and electronics.
Julian has been a Consultant in Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia and Cardiothoracic Critical Care at Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust since early 2003. For the last 3 years he has been the Group Clinical Director of Critical Care, having previously held the position of Clinical Director of CT Anaesthesia and Cardiothoracic Critical Care for a decade, during which time Julian has also been the Director of the ECMO service. Julian was responsible for developing and leading the Respiratory ECMO Service, initially in response to the swine-flu epidemic and latterly in the response to Covid19. He is a fan of Manchester, having trained there and lived there since he was 18. Julian is also the founder and Director of We Are RiSE Limited.