Richard Wieland has been appointed as a new member of Voxello’s Board of Directors effective January 1, 2017. Mr. Wieland will also serve as the interim Chief Financial Officer. 

Mr. Wieland is a senior financial executive with a diversified Life Science business background with more than thirty-five years of business experience in both public and private companies. He completed over twenty capital transactions including two successful IPOs and eleven M&A transactions. Subsequent to the M&A transactions, he successfully managed the post-acquisition integration programs. 

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Voxello recently attended NTI’s Critical Care Nursing Show in New Orleans. The attendees of this show are critical care nurses who and they absolutely loved what Voxello is doing. One nurse told us, “I’ve gotten pretty good at reading lips from patients that are intubated, but this is definitely an improvement.”

Imagine the frustration that nurses go through on a regular basis with these communication barriers, not to mention the anxiety the patient must feel. Voxello aims to eliminate that. 

The 11th Annual LWBJ Prometheus Awards

Presented by TAI

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center

5:00 PM

TAI Prometheus Awards: The Oscars of Iowa’s high-tech industry, this event brings leaders from technology, business, education, and government together to recognize the year’s technology achievements and to celebrate Iowa’s innovation. Award finalists and recipients – the best and the brightest of Iowa’s diverse tech-based economy – are recognized at this Awards Gala. Voxello is honored to be selected as a finalist. 

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Friday February 5th from 4:30 to 5:30 in Boca 1 at the Caribe Royale in Orlando.

Technology to Support the Needs of Patients in Critical Care

When healthcare providers fail to address communication barriers, patients are at risk for significant adverse effects (JC Sentinel Events, 2011). In 2010, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of the Inspector General (OIG) released a report on the incidence of Medicare beneficiaries’ adverse hospital events (Levinson, 2010).

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