Manuel Jaime has been appointed new Senior Vice President, Technology and Digital Health announced today by Tandem Diabetes Care. Jaime will lead all activities related to information technology, data management and security, data analytics, and mobile/connected health solutions.
“Globalization of our data management applications, development of robust connected health solutions, and maintaining the security of customer and company data are key to our ability to provide a revolutionary customer experience to our growing customer base and distribution partners worldwide,” said Kim Blickenstaff, president and CEO of Tandem Diabetes Care. “Manuel has been a pioneer in these areas, with broad-based experience that we believe will enhance our customer offerings, improve internal efficiencies and help further establish our position as a leader in digital health in the diabetes community.”
“Leveraging leading edge technologies to deliver exceptional customer experiences has been a focus throughout my career, which aligns well with Tandem’s vision and philosophy,” said Jaime. “What Tandem has accomplished in such a short period of time for people impacted by type 1 diabetes is incredible. I look forward to applying my technology expertise to help take these efforts to the next level.”
Jaime is an accomplished technology executive with more than 20 years of experience in incubating and commercializing emerging products and services in the high-tech industry. He has spearheaded technology development, product management, and technology strategy and planning at startups and established companies. Jaime was most recently Chief Technology Officer at Cedar Electronics, a leader in the field of driver awareness, communications and information systems. He was also a co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of ClipCast Technologies, and he previously held various roles at CardioNet and Qualcomm. He also is an inventor on more than 20 patents relating to connected devices, wireless systems, video platforms, and low-power radio frequency. Jamie is a graduate of the Leaders for Global Operations (LGO) Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School of Management where he received an MBA and a MS in Mechanical Engineering. He also holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering and a MS in Systems Engineering from MIT.