HOUSTON, May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- eCardio, one of the leading providers of arrhythmia monitoring solutions, announced today that Thomas Strachan has been added to the senior leadership team in the role of Vice President.
"We've expanded our management team to include members with a diverse set of skills ideal for setting new expectations in the remote monitoring industry," noted Robert Jordan, Executive Vice President of eCardio. "With the expansion of our management team and development of technology that exists today, eCardio can better help physicians efficiently manage the data flow required to diagnose and treat their patients."
Strachan joins eCardio from Houston-based Fulbright & Jaworski, L.L.P., where he was responsible for managing litigation practice growth, including implementation of due diligence processes and business development initiatives. Previously, Strachan has held corporate counsel and executive level positions with companies including Bridgeway Software and Kelly Law Registry.
Strachan has a wide range of experience and education in business, corporate law and technology. He earned his Bachelor's degree in Marketing Communications from Temple University and his J.D. from South Texas College of Law. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Business Law at the University of Houston where he has served for the past eight years.
As Vice President, Strachan will oversee provider business development, lobbying initiatives, academic medicine contracts, and compliance protocols. Thomas will join eCardio's founding executive team, which remains firmly in place to manage the company's principal operations.
eCardio Diagnostics, www.ecardio.com, is one of the nation's leading providers of comprehensive and advanced technologies, devices, services and solutions for the diagnosis, monitoring and subsequent clinical management of cardiac arrhythmias, predominantly in an ambulatory setting. eCardio provides leading-edge diagnostic innovations and solutions that optimize the flexibility, speed and accuracy of cardiac arrhythmia diagnoses.
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