Mike Mancuso, Former CEO Of Philips Healthcare Has Joined eClinical Solutions Board of Directors

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Mike was previously the CEO of Philips Healthcare where he successfully led a $6B global Healthcare Group specializing in Software, Services, and Solutions in Patient Monitoring, Therapeutic Care, Cardiology/Radiology, and Sleep. Mike has been a thought leader and a transformation agent in several technology innovations including Mobility, Hospital2Home, Genomics, Wearable Computing, Integrated Medical Devices, and The Internet of Things.

Raj Indupuri, eClinical Solutions CEO and co-founder. said, “Mike’s reputation for creating meaningful innovation to clients through empowered employees, customer focus and a performance culture will significantly help eClinical Solutions as we experience this next phase of rapid growth.”

Prior to Philips, Mike was the CEO of several Software companies involved with wireless, video, and data management. Mike is currently the CEO of Peloton Advisors LLC, a consulting firm focused on helping companies achieve their goals. He works with organizations in Healthcare, Life Sciences, and with businesses that are committed to transforming how they do business today to become more effective and prepare for their next phase.

Mike Mancuso responded, “The eClinical Solutions team is extremely focused on transforming the clinical research process by allowing clients to regain control of their data with the elluminate® platform.” He concluded,  “It is a pleasure to help them achieve their business goals while building an effective organization and company culture that keeps employees engaged and excited about their work.”

Mike is well known and active in the Boston and New England community for his support of several nonprofit organizations. His volunteer affiliations include the American Heart Association where he was the 2015 Honorary Chair of the Boston Heart Walk and a former board member, Music & Youth Initiative, Merrimack Valley YMCA, and the U.S. Forest Service.