Accomplished healthcare technology executive Lakshmi Gudapakkam has been appointed as CEO, and clinical strategist Dr Rick Abramson as chief medical officer.
Gudapakkam's appointment will help accelerate expansion plans globally and into the US, along with developing new AI radiology tools.
Strengthening its global leadership bench even further, Abramson, MD, MHCDS, FACR, joins the annalise.ai team as chief medical officer and will be responsible for guiding the company's clinical roadmap for international expansion.
In his new role with annalise.ai, Dr Abramson will help advance stakeholder partnerships with healthcare providers, technology developers and regulatory bodies worldwide.
Having played an integral role in the formation and success of the joint venture, annalise.ai founding CEO Dimitry Tran will continue to serve as director of the board and part of the harrison.ai team. harrison.ai co-founder and CEO Dr Aengus Tran will also continue as annalise.ai's chief AI officer.
"I'm excited to welcome Mr Gudapakkam and Dr Abramson to the annalise.ai team to lead the company through this next phase of expansion and to help deliver on our mission to help one million people every day," Dimitry Tran says.
"Lakshmi is an exceptional executive and someone we are thrilled to have to help drive annalise.ai's vision and strategy forward into our next phase of growth as a company," annalise.ai chair Clare Battellino says.
"Dimitry's contribution to annalise.ai cannot be overstated, having tirelessly shepherded the formation and growth of annalise.ai from the beginning.
"We're delighted that he will continue to have crucial input in the future of annalise.ai as a director of the board," Battellino adds.
"Lakshmi is well-positioned to help us achieve those goals and will ensure we have the right skills and global connections to expand our reach into new countries, new regulatory areas and new radiology products," Dr Aengus Tran says.
"I'm excited to join the team and contribute to achieving our goal of helping one million patients every day," Gudapakkam says.