Leadership and Innovation
Voalte has brought some of the finest minds in business, health care and technology together to help guide the company’s growth. Together they provide valuable input about the medical profession and patient care; product research and development; information, audiovisual, medical and mobile technology; entrepreneurship and innovation; and customer service.
is Principal and Founder of Medical Connectivity Consulting, based in Beaverton, Oregon. The company specializes in workflow automation through the integration of medical devices with information systems. MCC provides strategy development, marketing, product launches, business development and requirements elicitation. Tim is on the editorial advisory boards of MX: Business Strategies for Medical Technology Executives, Patient Safety and Quality Healthcare magazines and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and corporate events.
Denise M. Korniewicz, PhD, RN, FAAN,
is a Professor and Senior Dean for Research at the University of Miami. Her primary department is the School of Nursing and Health Studies; she also is affiliated with the Miller School of Medicine’s Department of Epidemiology. Denise is considered a leading expert in clinical alarm management. She has published twelve books and monographs and authored more than 60 journal articles.
is President and CEO of AudioVisual Innovations, Inc., which he founded in 1979. His company sells audiovisual products to the corporate, education, military and government markets nationwide. Marty is on the board of directors of MarketSmart Technologies and the board of governors of the International Communications Industries Association (ICIA), which awarded him the Certified Technology Specialist designation. Marty received an honorable mention award in the International Association of Business Communications Excel Awards competition.
Thomas S. Johnson
is the retired Founder and Chairman of Global Imaging Systems, Inc. Under his leadership, Global acquired 100 imaging companies and reached $1.3 billion in annual revenue. Global became a public company in 1998, and was named by Forbes Magazine in 2007 as one of the 400 Best Big Companies in America ($1.3 Billion in Revenue). He is widely recognized throughout the industry for the benchmarking model that was perfected under his guidance. Tom and his wife Jane are major benefactors to the University of Florida, where Tom is on the Board of the Warrington College of Business and the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Tom is also the namesake for the Thomas S. Johnson Masters in Entrepreneurship and the Head Coaches Office (Urban Meyer). In 2007 Tom was named a Distinguished Alumnus, and served as Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the Business School. He also serves as a Distinguished Director for Gator Boosters, Inc.
is a faculty member in the Warrington College of Business Administration at the University of Florida, where he teaches Principles of Entrepreneurship, Venture Analysis, Business Plan Formation and Creativity and Innovation. He is the Associate Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Most recently, he served as Vice President of Finance and CFO of Applied Digital Technology, Inc., a Florida corporation that provides turnkey solutions for the compression, storage, editing, transmission and broadcasting of digital audio and video information.
Edward M. Zabrek, MD, FACOG,
is an OB Hospitalist at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has practiced medicine since 1976 and has served as the Medical Informatics Committee Chairman at Memorial Hermann-Memorial City Medical Center in Houston. He is the Chief Medical Editor for Smartphone Magazine and iPhone Life and has been awarded MVP (Most Valued Professional) status by Microsoft in the category of Windows Mobile Devices.