Sentrian adds revenue chief, communications veep
Remote patient intelligence company Sentrian said late last month it added Bryan Ness as its new chief revenue officer and Molly Cogan as its new vice president of marketing and communications.
“Bryan shares our aspiration of eliminating all preventable hospitalization using our clinician-directed machine learning technology proven to remotely detect health deterioration with up to three times the accuracy of first generation remote monitoring. Bryan will actively work with leading, at-risk ACOs, IDNs, physician groups and healthcare payors that are looking to apply truly innovative solutions to help their highest risk patients stay healthier. We are happy to have Bryan’s healthcare expertise on our team,” CEO Dean Sawyer said in a press release.
“Molly brings with her a unique and diverse background and one in which will leverage her digital health background with her knowledge in public affairs, marketing and communications to Sentrian’s advantage. She will also contribute as Chief Culture Officer which will leverage her positive energy and tap her creative side to help our entire team realize its incredible value and to help them enjoy coming to work,” Sawyer added.