In this episode, Peeyush Shrivastava and Duane Mancini discuss the company he founded with his two other middle school friends, dropping out of college together, the rise of magnetocardiography, how they raised money from Mark Cuban, the support from CincyTech, a problem centric approach, and so much more.
Improving UX Design in the Medical Device Industry 💻
A bad user experience in healthcare isn’t just bad design – it’s valuable time, money, and (possibly) lives lost. That’s why it’s so important to make sure a device’s UX or UI follows a few basic usability guidelines.
To ensure women are taking the appropriate measures in improving their overall health, our team wanted to highlight the differences in signs and symptoms between sexes, to kick off this year’s National Women’s Health Week.
ACEP Updates in Detection of Acute Coronary Syndrome by Magnetocardiography
For those who were not able to attend our talk at the American College of Emergency Physicians Conference in Boston, Robert Takla, Medical Director and Chair of Emergency Medicine at Ascension St. John discusses the highlights.
The Genetesis Founding Story as Told by CEO, Peeyush Shrivastava
"It wasn’t until the end of 2014," recalls Peeyush "before embarking on a move to Buffalo, New York (where 8 of us would be sharing a 2 bedroom apartment), that we achieved our so-called Eureka moment." Read all about the moment that changed the course of Genetesis history in our founding story.
When his dad developed heart problems, he dropped out of Ohio State and invented a less intrusive way to help hospitals diagnose cardiac issues. Peeyush Shrivastava talks with Mike Venerable of CincyTech. Listen now!