Dan’s deep industry experience and contributions will be vital to our rapid growth and organizational development.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (PRWEB) January 28, 2020
Cardiac RMS, Inc. announced today that Cardiac Rhythm Management industry veteran Daniel Schlewitz has been appointed Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
With extensive experience in sales leadership roles, the majority of Dan’s experience has been in the Cardiac Rhythm Management device arena. Prior to Cardiac RMS, Dan co-founded ProValens, served as Executive Vice President at Preventice Solutions, and Executive Vice President of Sales and Operations at Biotronik, Inc. Previous to this, he held several leadership positions during his 26-year career with Medtronic, including Vice President of U.S. Sales roles for Cardiac Rhythm Management and the Neuromodulation Sector. During his seven-year Vice President tenure in Cardiac Rhythm, the organization grew revenue from $1.2B to $3.3B and expanded employee field complement from 845 to over 2,200.
Rich Glaim and Tamara Bazar, Founders and Managing Partners of Cardiac RMS said, “We are extremely pleased and honored to welcome Dan to the Cardiac RMS Executive Management Team. Dan’s deep industry experience and contributions will be vital to our rapid growth and organizational development. Dan’s proven leadership, in-depth understanding of the healthcare industry, and experience in the U.S. and global markets make him an ideal addition to our Team.”
In his new role at Cardiac RMS, Mr. Schlewitz will help the company manage its continued record growth in the remote cardiac monitoring space.
About Cardiac RMS
Cardiac RMS is a leading medical technology and clinical services provider company focused on the delivery of health information and clinical services to improve quality of life, improve clinical efficiencies, and reduce cost of care. Cardiac RMS helps physician- or hospital-owned cardiology practices track, interpret, and triage remote monitoring patients who have a cardiac pacemaker, ICD, implantable heart failure device or a loop recorder. More information can be found at: http://www.cardiacrms.com.