CareView reorganizes structure for new year

January 2014
Medical Device Daily;1/2/2014, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p6
The article reports on the reorganization of the structure of CareView Communications, a patient and clinically focused information technology provider. Changes to the senior management team and board are mentioned including the retirement of Samuel Greco as chief executive officer (CEO) and director and appointments of Steven Johnson and Sandra McRee as CEO and chief operating officer, respectively. It also discusses the binding term sheet of the company with investment advisor HealthCor.


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