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About Aventyn
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Overview | Vision | Commitment | People

Aventyn is a San Diego, California based Digital Health company committed to developing and delivering innovative, clinical evidenced secure Connected Information Processing solutions for the healthcare enterprise. Founded in 2004, Aventyn is a privately held venture. Our headquarters is in Carlsbad, CA with offices in Bangalore, India;  Stockholm, Sweden and London, United Kingdom with representation in the UAE.

Aventyn's proven leadership team and advisory board have considerable global technology, clinical and academic research experience in the field of health IT, security, wireless, enterprise software, embedded, semiconductors and most importantly, delivering leading-edge health care and health information technology solutions.

Our Vision  is to be the leading edge provider of innovative, secure Connected Information Processing solutions to the healthcare industry for anytime, anywhere and anyplace access.

Business Summary
Aventyn brings about standards-based innovative solutions to the healthcare marketplace that enable interoperable electronic health information sharing, connects wearable, mobile medical devices and IoT assets that significantly improve business critical resource management. Aventyn’s connected modular solution enables secure, seamless sharing of interoperable clinical information tailored to a patient-centric model for improved patient outcomes, rapid ROI, reduced hospital visits achieved at lower costs.

Solution Deployment

®Care and Vitalbeat® evidenced solutions from Aventyn are designed for deployment at Healthcare Providers, Payors, Medical Device Manufacturers, Wireless Operators, Pharmaceutical Companies and Healthcare System Integrators.

Our Commitment to supporting industry standards in order to deliver innovative solutions is critical to enable interoperable solutions that can be seamlessly integrated across heterogeneous platforms.

National Health Information Network
Our journey started with the vision to address the U.S. national burden of healthcare cost, patient safety and health care when President George Bush signed an executive order in 2004 creating the position of the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONCHIT) within the Department of Health and Human Services. ONCHIT issued a public Request for Information regarding a National Health Information Network. The NHIN initiative outlines the nationwide implementation of interoperable health information technology across the industry. The initiative recommends the need for using identification technology to meet key goals such as portable electronic patient records, interoperable clinical information and medical asset tracking to increase patient safety to name a few. Aventyn, Inc. supports the NHIN initiative and submitted a response to the public RFI ([pdf] Download Aventyn Response).  A complete report representing responses from a cross-section of industry stakeholders is available here at HHS.

 Adhering to industry standards enables us to achieve high levels of excellence in delivering uniquely valued solutions to our customers.

Message from ETSI
ETSI, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute, is Europe's officially-recognized standardization body for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), including telecommunications and broadcasting. An independent organization based in Sophia Antipolis, France, ETSI unites almost 700 members from 55 countries inside and outside Europe, including manufacturers, network operators, administrations, service providers, research bodies and users – in fact, all the key players in the ICT arena. As many of these members are active globally, ETSI's focus extends well beyond Europe. The institute plays a major role in developing a wide range of specifications as Europe's contribution to world-wide ICT standardization. ETSI's prime objective is to support global harmonization by providing a forum in which all the key players can contribute actively. In addition, it has specific responsibilities within Europe, notably in support of European regulation and legislation, and is officially recognized by the European Commission and the EFTA Secretariat.

Leadership Team and Advisory Board

Founder | Navin Govind
Navin Govind is founder and CEO of Aventyn, Inc., an award winning Carlsbad, CA based digital health company. Navin was founder and CEO of Antargata a privately funded digital security venture. Previously, Navin was a founding team member at Tarari, Inc.; a venture backed privately held company from San Diego that was later acquired by LSI Logic. Navin started his career in the nineties and spent a decade at Intel Corporation contributing to the development of several multi-billion dollar winning global strategies for the adoption of new technology, architecture and products.

Navin has authored several original papers in peer reviewed journals and holds issued and pending patents. He has served as speaker and advisor at numerous health and technology industry panels, profiled in Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurs in Digital Medicine, MIT Technology Review, US Chamber of Commerce Global IP CONNECT voices on Innovation Lifecycle, TiE Silicon India and involved in digital health standards initiatives at TIA, HIMSS, IEEE and ETSI amongst others. Navin participates in the annual business leader’s delegation at White House briefings where more recently President Barack Obama addressed business leaders on federal legislation and policy matters. In addition to meeting with a host of congressional leaders and lawmakers, including former Chairs of the House Budget Committee and Directors of the Office of Management and Budget where he talked about critical issues ranging from contracting to immigration, innovation and healthcare. He serves as advisor to TIA, VitaNlink, Health Technology Forum, Southern California Biotechnology Center advisory council and is the executive chairman for b-eCare Connected Health initiatives.

Currently, with the launch of Aventyn’s Global Health Innovation Ecosystem and continued success as sponsor of its unique international, multi-center clinical evidence studies for management of chronic conditions; Navin passionately leads Aventyn in the commercialization of its novel digital health solutions fostering innovation in mobile connected medical technologies. 

Dr. Kris Vijay
Dr. Vijay is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiology and Clinical Lipidology. He is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology, a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, and a Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians and is the immediate past President of the American College of Cardiology. Dr. Vijay served as the past  President of the Cardiorenal Society of America and President Elect for the South Westregion of the  National Lipid Association, with special interests in: Heart failure treatment, Non-invasive cardiology, Nuclear cardiology, Diabetes, Complex Lipid Disorders. Dr. Kris Vijay is the Medical Director of the Institute of Congestive Heart Failure at Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital and Heart Institute in Phoenix. He is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at University of Arizona and Midwestern University.

Dr. Lars-Åke Brodin

Dr. Brodin is a cardiologist and former dean at KTH, The Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, a frequent speaker, editor and board member of private and academic entities. Dr. Brodin earned his medical doctorate and a PhD from the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden.  He has over a hundred scientific publications and an equal number of medical abstracts and conference reports credited to his name. Additionally, Dr. Brodin is an acknowledged expert in the field of cardiac imaging techniques, namely tissue Doppler echocardiography with several books, publications and awarded patents. He has been singularly responsible for proposing and developing international clinical physiology related projects resulting in research grants spanning Europe, USA and South-East Asia.

Björn-Erik Erlandsson

Björn-Erik Erlandsson is Special Advisor, School of Technology and Health at Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. He holds a M. Electronics, Ph.D. in Applied Electronics and served as Professor of Applied Electronics at Chalmers University of Technology in Göteborg and as Co-opted professor in Biomedical Engineering at Umeå in 1991 and at Uppsala University in 2001. Björn-Erik was appointed Deputy Dean, KTH, School of Technology and Health in December 2012. He was also senior Advisor at KTH, School of Technology and Health from 2009-2012 and Senior Advisor, Stockholm County Council and K Trial Alliance, Karolinska University Hospital in 2008; served on the Uppsala County Council and Stockholm County Council from 2006-2008. He was Director of Biomed Engineering and Medical Informatics, Akademiska Hospital from 2000-2005 and Director of Biomed Medical Engineering and Informatics at the University Hospital of Northern Sweden, Umeå from 1990-2000. Professionally he was Director of QA and Reg. Affairs, AB Bofors Nobelpharma, Göteborg from 1985-1989 and Quality Mgr, Siemens-Elema AB, 1980-1985.

Alexander Eriksson
Located in Stockholm, Alex has a background in mathematics, computer science, enterprise economics and management. As an entrepreneur he was founding partner, business development director of a joint Swedish, India BPO entity specializing in software development, 3-D graphics modeling and visualization. In this role, he personally managed large Fortune 500 global accounts. Alex is an honorary mentor for students taking the Global Entrepreneurial Leadership course, a joint course between the Royal Institute of technology, Sweden, National University of Singapore, and Stanford University. As a past Swedish junior national pole vault champion in 1998,  Alex is actively involved in European athletic initiatives and sporting events providing leadership, planning and best known techniques in performance optimization. Alex has a BS and MS from the Swedish Royal Institute of Technology, KTH and is fluent in four languages

Dr. Ram Krishna

Dr. Ram is an orthopedic surgeon who is currently in private practice in Yuma, Arizona and was formerly the chief of surgery at Yuma Regional Medical Center. Dr. Krishna served as chair of the Yuma Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees, president of the Yuma County Medical Society and appointed chair and secretary to the Arizona State Board of Medical Examiners by Governor’s Janet Napolitano, Jane Hull and Fife Symington. Currently, he is a member of the Arizona Orthopedic Society, Arizona Medical Association and appointed by the Arizona Medical Board to the Medical Student Scholarship Committee, University of Arizona School of Medicine. Dr. Krishna was awarded the Arizona Medical Association's Distinguished Service Award in 2000 for his exceptional work in the community.

Puja Chandler
Puja has extensive breadth of experience in business development, sales and marketing, logistics and engineering. As a successful technical sales executive, Puja managed several key company accounts and generated new business in various areas of manufacturing including the semiconductor, aerospace, and medical industries. Most recently,  Puja played a crucial role in successfully creating and developing the Inside Sales Team at Antares Advanced Test Technologies, a global test socket designer and supplier. Prior to Antares, Puja held roles at Intel Corporation in software and quality engineering where she successfully managed the development of media devices and chipset technology. Puja holds a degree in computer engineering from the University of Arizona

Jean-Christophe Lonchampt
Jean-Christophe is a trusted advisor to CEOs of young innovative and global companies. Jean-Christophe has 20 years of international industry experience in engineering, channel and OEM sales, strategic marketing, and venture capital management earned mostly in the Semiconductors and Communications industry. Jean-Christophe held senior business management roles at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company and Agere Systems (AT&T Microelectronics spin-out) and he had a very successful 10-year management career at Intel Corporation and Intel Capital. He won large business deals at global communications accounts and worked extensively with the innovation ecosystem around the world. Jean-Christophe has been a Wharton Fellow since 2005; he is fluent in five languages.

Brent Kephart
Brent comes to Aventyn's advisory board with a background in sales from successful start-up businesses in both the silicon and wireless space. Most recently, Brent successfully designed and spearheaded a sales strategy through strategic alliances with resellers and equipment providers for National Broadband a wireless start-up focused on providing carrier-grade broad band to rural America. Prior to this, Brent held various sales and marketing positions with Intel Corporation and Tarari, Inc. an Intel Corporation spin out. At Tarari, Inc. Brent led customer focused initiatives to design-in the industry's first hardware-based XML and Anti-Virus Content Processors developed for enterprises to secure and accelerate content processing. At Intel Corporation, Brent held group and business unit level responsibilities over the world's fastest SSL acceleration silicon. Prior to joining Intel Corporation, Brent was part of the founding team at NURON, which developed the industry's first FPGA-based SSL accelerator. NURON was acquired by Intel Corporation for $90M. Currently, Brent is a director of Sales and Business Development for ION Networks, a company that provides secure solutions for remote administration to the fortune 500.

Jason Clark
Jason comes to Aventyn with a strong corporate background and solid technical finance, portfolio, and engineering expertise. Most recently, he worked in the equity markets as a quantitative trading analyst. Prior to this role, he held various business and technical positions at Intel Corporation including senior level strategic finance supporting emerging platforms, program management of wireless networking efforts, and capacity simulation engineering.

Dr. Timour Paltashev
Dr. Timour Paltashev is 3D graphics architecture, processor design and SoC expert. He is well known in academic circles as a distinguished graphics professor and researcher. Timour's principal research is in 3D graphics processing units, imaging system simulation and programming interfaces for graphics accelerators. He has served as chair and advisor to GRAPHICON, SIGGRAPH, EUROGRAPHICS, editor for Computer Graphics & Geometry Internet Magazine and is a member of ACM and IEEE Computer Societies. Timour has several publications and holds multiple patents.

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