Simple telemedicine for caregivers

Our Vision

To create a time machine for patients

• Overcome time and distance barriers to healthcare
• Create easy-to-use tools to make caring easier
• Bring patients and clinicians closer
• Enable caregivers to work at higher skill levels

“It’s really hard for some of our patients to travel to their doctor. The iCare ExamCam has enabled us to connect our patients with their physicians…it literally takes only 2 minutes to get the physician or specialist involved.”
– Cory Lee RN

CEO: Dan Davis M.D.

Daniel C. Davis, Jr., MD FACP founded Interactive Care Technologies and developed the original Video Housecall software and iCare ExamCam video camera for remote care sites and the Hawaii Stroke Network. Dr. Davis has extensive clinical experience as a physician, former critical care specialist, and medical informatics specialist. Davis is a leader in the use of clinical information technology in healthcare. He was Chief of Medicine and Director of Clinical Informatics at the Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu and served as physician champion for Queen’s Epic health information system and EHR. Dr. Davis is clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at the John A. Burns School of Medicine, was Associate Program Director for the University of Hawaii Integrated Medical Residency Program, and recently served on the Board of Mountain Pacific Quality Health Foundation.

CSO: Arthur James Nelson

Jim has 25 years’ experience as a COO, VP Sales & Marketing, and Director of firms from $20 million to $30 billion. Prior to joining ICaretech, Jim was National Director of Healthcare for Time Warner Cable. He was responsible for a $380 million business unit serving 1000 hospitals and 60,000 practices. Prior, Jim was VP Sales of a national electronic health records software company that was a pioneer in cloud based EHRs. He also ran the healthcare verticals for Nextel and Sprint. He attended Antioch College and the Mendoza College of Business at Notre Dame. Some of the technologies that Jim helped pioneer were the first MPLS sale at Sprint, the first enterprise GPS sale at Nextel, the first SaaS based home healthcare management software at Sprint, and the first wireless mobile network connection of ECG in ambulances to a hospital emergency department.

CTO: Brad Jensen

Brad has worked in the fields of IT, Telecommunications, Security and Health Care over the last 30 years of his career. His experience began with over 12 years of service in the United States Armed Forces after which he transitioned into the civilian market bringing with him the skills acquired in the service to his country. His career has taken him through various consulting and management positions working with numerous Fortune 500 companies. In 2008 Mr. Jensen recognized a potential opportunity and started his own consulting firm with a strategic focus on the Open Source marketplace. In 2013 Mr. Jensen accepted the position of Chief Technology Officer with Interactive Care Technologies with a background and the strong desire to help grow the company and focus on providing a service that will fundamentally change how quality health care is delivered to patients around the globe. Mr. Jensen is a proud husband, father, and grandfather.

CFO: Chris Watt, BE, MBA, CPA

Chris Watt, CPA is a leader in finance with extensive experience in healthcare, supporting emerging companies and growth oriented divisions. He’s proven success in joint ventures, mergers, acquisitions and monetizing owner goodwill in divestitures. Most recently, he serves as the CFO for a large physician practice and clinical research center in the Dallas Fort Worth Area. He also serves as a fractional CFO and consultant for several clients in the health care and medical education fields. Previously Chris worked as a Controller and a Director of Financial Operations for global fortune 500 companies: Gentiva Health Care, Sodexo and Marriott International. During his time at Gentiva he led the division finance team with growth from $60M to $750M in annual managed volume within five years. He created and led a new product line of Sodexo as the Director of Resource Management winning an award from the Mayor of the pilot city, Providence, RI. Chris earned his CPA at Ernst & Young while specializing in health care and banking. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering at Vanderbilt and MBA from Georgia Institute of Technology. He resides in the Dallas Fort Worth area where he and his wife serve on boards of three non-profit organizations in the community.

Founding Engineer: Bryan Ignatow

Bryan is a proven engineer, designer, and innovator with over 30 years of experience in multiple industries including Telecommunications, Health Care, Financial Services, Video & New Media, I.T. Outsourcing, and Service Providers. Rising through the ranks from a start in Help Desk and Customer Support, to Software Development, Systems Administration, and Network Operations, he transitioned into consulting and management in 1995. In that capacity he served many Fortune 500 clients with distinction on short and long term projects involving Complex System and Application Architectures, Public/Private Cloud Design & Operations, Network and Enterprise Management Systems, Program & Project Management, Development Operations, and Consulting & Professional Services. In 2013 Mr. Ignatow accepted the position of Founding Engineer with Interactive Care Technologies, enabling him to focus on maintaining the existing Video Housecall™ platform while undertaking its transformation into a more robust, global, and extensible delivery platform servicing multiple simultaneous health care applications. Mr. Ignatow is a proud husband and father, along with being a mentor to the next generation of technologists.

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