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Bruce Armstrong From Khosla Ventures Has Been Appointed To The Board Of Directors Of Heartvista
As HeartVista expands, a technology and healthcare partner joins the board of directors, bringing domain expertise and company-building experience.
Fremont, CA: HeartVista is employing artificial intelligence to equip doctors with access to timely, accurate, and cost-effective MRI investigations. The One ClickTM software solution from the business offers real-time MRI for a number of clinical and research applications. Its 510k-cleared, AI-enabled, one-click cardiac localization approach is now ready for use on Siemens Healthineers and GE Healthcare MRIs. It took first prize at the International Society for Magnetic Resonance Medicine's Machine Learning Workshop in 2018.
HeartVista, a leader in AI-assisted MRI solutions, appointed Bruce Armstrong, a Khosla Ventures Operating Partner, to its Board of Directors. The news comes when the company's goods are finding widespread use.
"We are thrilled to welcome Bruce to the board at a time when HeartVista is catapulting cardiac MRI to the forefront of the heart disease diagnostic market,'' said Itamar Kandel, HeartVista's CEO. "Bruce's experience as a technology executive and board member will help us leverage our recent breakthroughs to accelerate sales growth and product innovation."
Since 2015, Bruce Armstrong has been a partner with Khosla Ventures, focusing on the technology & healthcare industries. Bruce now joined the board of SWORD Health, Hello Heart, Caption Health, and Invoy in the healthcare industry. Before joining Khosla Ventures, Bruce was the CEO of PivotLink, Kickfire, CMPnet, and KNOVA Software. He formerly held top management positions at Broadbase, Sybase, and Teradata. Bruce also worked with Teradata in 1981 as one of the firm's initial 20 employees in software engineering, then spent eight years in the field as a sales leader, eventually rising to oversee the unit when the company went public and was later bought AT&T / NCR. Bruce has spoken at UC Berkeley and Stanford, and he volunteers at Miracle Friends, a virtual buddy program that connects volunteers with persons facing homelessness.