Healthcare Services & Information Technology
Balancing healthcare’s mission with the new economic realities demands a special kind of business leader. Provider organizations, health information technology companies and industry-leaders in the emerging area of Accountable Care Organizations can count on Life Science Partner to guide them successfully through the process of recruiting candidates who possess that rare combination of vision and ability. We place leaders into roles such as business executives, medical director, and chief information officers.
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Chief Information Officer
Life Science Partner has recruited Roni Amiel to serve as Notal Vision’s Chief Information Officer. Notal Vision is a health technology company offering the first patient-activated, home-based monitoring system to prevent the progression of macular degeneration through early detection and intervention. In this new role, Amiel will lead the company’s health innovation technologies strategy, development, and implementation.
Amiel is well qualified for this innovative company’s leadership. As Co-Founder and CIO of Pinscriptive, Amiel built the company’s technology platform from the ground up integrating with payers, providers, and pharmaceutical companies.
Previously, Amiel served as the CIO for Blythedale Children’s Hospital where he led the implementation of enterprise information systems and technical services. Earlier in his career Amiel served in IT leadership roles for the City of New York’s Department of Health, Columbia University Medical Center’s Cardiovascular Research Foundation, and PTC Therapeutics. Amiel’s service in the Israeli Navy is an additional asset given Notal Vision’s R&D and production operations in Tel Aviv, as well as its Israeli investor base.
“Amiel is an entrepreneur at heart, with the information technology track record of building tools that improve patients’ lives,” states Tom Callaway, MD, President and Founding Partner at Life Science Partner. “He’ll thrive working with our client Quinton Oswald to build a first-to-market innovative solution to preserve the eyesight of patients with macular degeneration.”
Amiel earned his BS in Information Technology from Colorado Technical University and completed his MBA from Rutgers University.