Committed to transforming EEG.
We founded CortiCare as a tele-EEG diagnostic company with a simple premise: to help clinicians determine real-brain functionality and abnormality in a timely and cost-effective manner. Along the way, we've helped redefine neuro-critical care, expanded the use of in-home ambulatory EEG and provided support for clinical trials.
Grew previous neuro-diagnostic company from $1M to over $30 million, including acquisitions both in US and abroad, and ending in a successful exit. He has served as CFO to another start-up in the medical space.
Former director of business development at Massimo, he has over 20 years of experience with medical device startups dealing with non- invasive patient monitoring technologies. He has put together strategic partnerships, technology transfers, sales, and marketing programs.
A founder of PAS, one of the largest companies offering in-home Ambulatory Video-EEG services, and a seasoned sales management professional, Carl oversees the US sales team. With a focus on serving the customer and providing the best
Harvard Cum Laude undergrad. Baylor Ph.D. M.D. Dr. Murphey is a neurophysiologist with multidisciplinary training in brain disorder and development, and research articles on brain electrical signaling, mapping and stimulation.
Dr. Anderson obtained both his M.D. and Ph.D. at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. He completed his fellowship in clinical neurophysiology with a sub specialization in epilepsy at Emory University. He is widely licensed and credentialed and currently practices telemedicine in 25 states and over 80 hospitals.
She also serves as the Program Director for the Neurodiagnostic Program at Lincoln Land College. She was the Clinical Coordinator and Staff Technologist for EEG programs at hospitals in both Colorado and Illinois. Past board member of both ASET and ABRET, including the executive committees.
Previous Operations Manager for Nuehealth, patient relationship SAAS connecting patients with providers. Previous customer service manager at Alpine Biomed, neuro-based diagnostic products.
Corporate Board Member, Chief, Clinical Neurophysiology UCLA, Neurology Professor. Graduated from Stanford School of Medicine. Past Board Member American Academy of Neurology (AAN) and President of the Int’l Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology. He is considered an expert on Medicare reimbursement and CPT coding.
Vice Chair of Informatics and Teleradiology with the Duke’s Dept. of Neurology. Medical Director of Duke’s Tele-stroke Network. Clinical and translational research focusing on brain monitoring in acute brain injury. MCCi – Masters in Management and Clinical Informatics.
Director of Clinical Trials for the Dept. of Neurology at Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). He is Associate Director for Technical Development at the MUSC Clinical Neurophysiology Lab, where he helped develop an EEG Cloud Platform. He is also the Director of the Consortium Site at the Charleston VA Epilepsy Centers of Excellence.
Dr. Haas is a pediatric Neurologist serving both Rady’s and UCSD. He serves on the editorial board of the European Journal of Pediatric Neurology. He is the Principle Investigator for the Neolev drug dosage study for neonates, for which CortiCare provides monitoring to the 6 hospitals involved.
Professor and Medical Director of Interventional Neurophysiology Lab UCSD. Department of Neurosciences. WSET Medical Director.