Perminova, developer of web-based software for the nation’s leading cardiology centers, named Kevin Hell to the Perminova Board of Directors.
A technology industry leader with expertise in managing high-growth operations, launching innovative products and helping technology start-ups attract capital, Hell is Chairman of EvoNexus, a highly successful business incubator for high-tech startups. EvoNexus is part of CommNexus, a non-profit technology industry association in San Diego. Hell is a member of the Board of Directors for CommNexus.
“Kevin brings to Perminova invaluable experience in technology operations, corporate leadership and product development,” said Craig Collins, Perminova’s President & CEO. “The company will benefit greatly from having access to Kevin’s expertise. We look forward to his guidance as we expand operations and launch new products into the healthcare market.”
Hell also serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors for Pixon Imaging and Micropower Technologies. Hell was formerly CEO and Board Member of DivX, Inc. During his eight-year tenure there, he drove the company through an IPO and transformed it into a leader in the rapidly emerging digital video market, connecting high-quality Internet content with consumer electronics.
Before joining DivX, Hell served as Senior Vice President of Product Management for Palm’s Solutions Group, where he managed the Palm-branded products and wireless services division worldwide. Prior to Palm, Hell was Vice President of the Connected Home for Gateway and was responsible for pioneering innovative digital home products beyond the PC. He received an MBA in finance and management from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and an MS and BS in engineering from Stanford University.
La Jolla, Calif.-based Perminova develops and markets web-based software use in cardiovascular surgery. The company is pioneering healthcare’s move from outdated client-server technology to modern, secure cloud computing. Perminova offers customers Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), allowing them to take full advantage of a surgical information system that’s more robust, flexible and cost-effective than currently available. In 2011, the company released Perminova EP, a software module that manages the scheduling, workflow and billing that occur before, during and after cardiac electrophysiological (EP) procedures. Perminova EP enables doctors, nurses and administrators to realize enhanced charge-capture, efficiency and patient safety. The software is currently deployed at leading cardiology centers throughout the United States, including UC San Diego Health System and Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.
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