Florence Healthcare, a startup team led by Emory, Microsoft, and Airwatch execs, invented new a way to gather records automatically from trial sites. This gives sponsors access to source documents for setup, remote monitoring and adverse events that are often behind locked EHRs or on paper— allowing vastly improved site compliance and faster closeout.
Before joining Florence, Ryan was president of Pubget (acquired by the Copyright Clearance Center), a research platform serving clinicians at over 600 hospitals and research institutions worldwide.
Ryan joined Pubget from Microsoft’s enterprise search group, where he helped the web’s largest sites make information understandable and accessible with search technology. Before Microsoft, Ryan analyzed enterprise software investments at Commonwealth Capital Ventures and built technology market strategies at the Yankee Group.
Ryan has an AB from Dartmouth College and an MBA from UC Berkeley, where he was a Price Fellow.
Prior to forming Florence Healthcare, Andres was most recently Product Manager with Airwatch (Acquired by VMware for $1.54 billion), the world’s leading platform for wireless device connectivity and management. At Airwatch, Andres managed several of the product lines, including the Browser app, the SDK, and App Wrapping. Before Airwatch, Andres led technical catalog and mobile app development for AGCO, a $10 billion heavy equipment manufacturer, and developed web applications for Delphi, Inc. Andres has a BS in Engineering from Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia, a Masters in Computer Science from University of Texas at El Paso, and an MBA from the University of Georgia.
Michael Kassin, MD
Michael is a resident physician in Atlanta, GA. Michael serves in several leadership roles with a focus on issues pertaining to Graduate Medical Education. Michael has an MD from Emory School of Medicine, where he led the governmental student body. Additionally, he holds a BS in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology and is a L.E.A.D. program graduate in organizational leadership from the University of Georgia. He was awarded the Henry Ziomek award for top pre-med candidate by the university.