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Our Team

There is so much more to successful remote care delivery than just technology. We provide all the support you need to get your program deployed as quickly and reliably as possible.

Care Innovations® represents a diverse group of individuals passionate about changing the way healthcare is delivered. We are dedicated to creating better outcomes for patients, clinicians, and other stakeholders across the entire healthcare ecosystem.

While we manage all of the moving pieces that work behind the scenes of a remote care delivery program, your clinical teams are able to stay focused on providing your patients with the care they need.

Leadership Team

Randall Swanson

Chief Executive Officer

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Randall Swanson

Chief Executive Officer

Randy Swanson is the Chief Executive Officer of Care Innovations®. He has responsibility for corporate business strategy, innovation-centered research and program development, partner engagements, finance, quality, product operations, and human resources. In addition, he has executive-level responsibility for Corporate Compliance. Most recently, he was the Vice President, Chief Innovation Officer, focused on business strategy and innovation growth.

As a 17-year Intel veteran, Randy has held a variety of finance and business development positions across numerous business groups at Intel, including Digital Health Group, New Business Group, Intel Architecture Group, and the Technology & Manufacturing Group. Randy most recently served as Controller and Director of Business Development in the Digital Health Group as an influential member of a startup team, setting the company's investment strategy and business model. Prior to this role, Randy served as the Controller of the Intel Americas' Sales and Marketing Operation Finance where he led a team responsible for revenue reporting and marketing program execution in Intel's North and South America sales and marketing group.

Randy received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at Clarkson University, a Master of Business Administration at Michigan Business School, and a Master of Systems Engineering at the University of Michigan.

Marcus Grindstaff

Chief Operating Officer

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Marcus Grindstaff

Chief Operating Officer

Marcus Grindstaff is a business strategy and product technology leader with more than 20 years of experience in the high tech industry. Marcus is currently the Chief Operating Officer, and has responsibility for Care Innovations sales and operations. Prior to this role, Marcus held several roles at Care Innovations including Vice President, Sales and Market Development.

Marcus joined Care Innovations at its formation in 2011, from the Intel Digital Health Group. A 17-year Intel veteran, Marcus held a variety of positions including leadership roles in both Intel Capital and Intel's core semiconductor business. Marcus also served as the Technology Director in Intel's Ultra-mobility Office of Big Ideas, where he was responsible for building the Low Power Chipset team, delivering Intel's first low power chipset for the Atom* microprocessor.

Throughout his career, Marcus has focused on growing exceptional teams chartered with delivering strategy, technology, marketing and product execution throughout the U.S., Asia and Europe. He is also a passionate spokesperson for reforming the healthcare delivery system, and serves on the board of the National Alliance for Caregiving.

Marcus earned a Bachelor of Computer Engineering degree from the University of California, Davis.

Julie Cherry, RN, MSN

Chief Clinical Officer

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Julie Cherry, RN, MSN

Chief Clinical Officer

Julie Cherry, RN, MSN, is the Chief Clinical Officer, with responsibility for the company's overall clinical strategy and engaging clients with consulting services to focus on care model design, population assessment, business model design, and more. Julie is responsible for all clinical aspects of Care Innovations® solutions and services development to ensure clinical and business value, as well as customer satisfaction, for healthcare systems and healthcare providers. Julie brings more than 38 years of nursing and clinical expertise to the role.

Prior to joining Care Innovations, Julie helped pioneer the first home telehealth solution for remote patient monitoring. She has worked diligently throughout her career to influence the adoption of technology-facilitated care models designed to meet the needs of the chronically ill.

Julie is an advanced practice nurse with a specialty in gerontology. She has written several publications and position papers on the impact of technology for remote patient monitoring and chronic illness management. She holds both a B.S. and an M.S. in Nursing from San Jose State University.

Kevon Kothari

VP of Corporate Development

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Kevon Kothari

VP of Corporate Development

Kevon Kothari is currently the Vice President of Corporate Development at Care Innovations®. In this role, Kevon defines and executes Care Innovations' long term strategy. Kevon is also responsible for sourcing and closing deals to enhance Care Innovations' product portfolio and customer offering through venture investments, M&A, IP acquisitions & licensing, as well as strategic partnerships and alliances.

Prior to his time at Care Innovations, Kevon held key roles within several Fortune 50 companies and was the co-founder of two startup companies. Kevon brings a diverse skill set from his time in Healthcare Technology, High Tech Manufacturing, Financial Services, and Defense Intelligence businesses.

Kevon is also a passionate spokesperson for reforming healthcare delivery, and serves on the board of the Alliance for Connected Care and the Connected Health Initiative. In addition to his advocacy work, Kevon sits on the board of advisers for several healthcare technology startup companies and is active in his local community.

Kevon received his Master of Business Administration from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, College Park and his Bachelor of Science from the University of Maryland.