Yuri Sudhakar drives the mission and strategy of Geneva Health Solutions, which markets a proprietary cloud-based platform that aggregates patients’ cardiac data from pacemakers and defibrillators and allows physicians to remotely monitor results through a single portal. The platform’s goal is to improve clinical efficiency, workflow, compliance and patient care for cardiology practices.

Founded by a team of cardiologists and technologists, Geneva generated approximately $6 million in revenue in 2018. In early 2019, BioTelemetry, a remote and wireless medical technology company, announced plans to acquire Geneva for $65 million in cash plus earn-out payments.

“We think this powerful combination of complementary tech-enabled services provides Geneva the necessary resources to significantly expand our reach in the over $1 billion domestic implantable cardiac device monitoring market, delivering the much-needed benefits of our technology and service to cardiac practices, physicians and patients,” Sudhakar said in a release announcing the deal.

Prior to working at Geneva, Sudhakar served as VP of sales at Anakam, an internet security company. He also held product and sales roles at Microstrategy, Siebel, Oracle

and Symantec.