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August 03, 2015 7:45 PM ET

Health Care Technology

Company Overview of i-Human Patients, Inc.

Company Overview

i-Human Patients, Inc. develops and provides clinical skills simulator solutions. The company develops i-Human Patients which takes a patient's history, assesses vital signs, performs physical examinations, selects and prioritizes hypothesis, and provides student feedback. i-Human Patients, Inc. was incorporated in 2012 and is based in Mammoth Lakes, California.

100 Leverne Street

Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

United States

Founded in 2012

Phone:

760-924-7813

Key Executives for i-Human Patients, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
President and Director
Executive Director
Vice President of Engineering
Director of Clinical Curriculum Integration
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

i-Human Patients, Inc. Key Developments

i-Human Patients Names Judith Kalinyak as Director, Clinical Curriculum Integration

i-Human Patients has appointed Judith Kalinyak, M.D., Ph.D., to the role of Director, Clinical Curriculum Integration. The company noted that she joins a team of doctors and nurses helping U.S. medical, nurse practitioner, and physician assistant schools and residency programs augment their curricula through virtual learning. Kalinyak will collaborate with leaders at U.S. health care professional programs on implementing the i-Human Patients virtual learning platform, which helps students and practitioners develop and master diagnostic competencies, and reinforces traditional classroom learning using a clinical context.

i-Human Patients Appoints Bob Brown as Vice President of Engineering

i-Human Patients reported that it has appointed Bob Brown to Vice President of Engineering. Brown will lead advancement of the company's signature i-Human Patients platform, which provides a complete virtual active learning experience for health care students and clinical professionals. With more than three decades of experience leading software development and engineering, Brown is an ideal fit to continue innovating and enhancing the i-Human platform. Brown's previous experience includes leadership and software engineering roles at Education.com, Visible Path, Model N, Blue Martini Software, and SGI. He began his professional career as a founding member of the Research Institute for Advanced Computer Science at NASA.

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