We are not a technology company.
We are a people company with one shared goal: To improve the quality of life for our aging parents, grandparents and loved ones.
CarePredict started as an idea, from our founder, who was simply looking for ways to help care for his parents and provide himself peace of mind. Since 2013, CarePredict’s mission has grown into a movement to transform this rapidly growing, underserved market and empower better care for all seniors.
We are focused on identifying patterns in the daily lives of seniors that can predict declines in their health and enable early intervention.
As data scientists, engineers, nurses and physicians, we strive to detect the objective information that make up these patterns, and translate that knowledge into actionable insights for caregivers – from assisted living, memory care and independent living communities to home care. We believe this powerful new set of data and analytics will improve senior care and provide peace of mind to their loved ones.
Satish Movva, Founder and CEO
Satish Movva is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of CarePredict. CarePredict addresses the problem of over-reliance on human observation in the care of seniors by utilizing continuous machine observation, sensing and deep learning to cue just-in-time interventions.
Satish previously founded ContinuLink to commercialize the first SaaS software for Homecare and Hospice agencies that he developed while serving as CIO at Interim Healthcare. Before that Satish was the founding CIO of Sheridan Healthcare where he created the first mobile EMR device on a Palm Pilot in 1998 and the first SaaS EMR for Neonatal ICUs in 2000. Before his service in health care, Satish worked with IBM in the insurance, health care, and law enforcement segments, holding various positions including Network Architect, Systems Management Architect and Security Sub-System Architect in California, Florida, New Zealand, and Scotland.
Satish has over 30 years of experience in Information Technology, twenty-three of them in health care technology.
Greg Zobel, COO
Greg Zobel is the Chief Operating Officer of CarePredict. During the Exponential Medicine Conference in San Diego, Satish’s vision for CarePredict hit a strong, resonant chord with him.
Greg brings deep healthcare, start-up, and mobile health experience to CarePredict. Early on he worked in intensive care settings at the University of Virginia and University of Colorado Health Science Centers. After graduate school, he led product management for a diverse team at Baxter Healthcare responsible for the design and launch of the first home IV infusion pump, designed for use by a non-medical person, for which he holds 2 patents. After successfully starting up a national home IV therapy business for Baxter, he left to join the C-level for a succession of healthcare start-up companies including Corus Medical, which provided personalized blood banking services during the HIV crisis. Most recently, he was the Chief Growth Officer for Healthrageous, Inc., a connected AI company that learned consumers health preferences through wearables and app interaction, then provided health coaching through the app. It was acquired by Humana, Inc.
The intense focus on the voice of the customer has been a critical success-thread throughout Greg’s healthcare career, and it continues today as we build CarePredict to solve the most pressing problem of our generation.
David Marsyla, CTO
David is an experienced Silicon Valley entrepreneur with a deep technology background and experience building products and companies from the ground up.
Before joining CarePredict, he was CTO and co-founder of DeviceAnywhere where he pioneered the concept of hardware as a service and deployed a global network of mobile devices for remote application testing and monitoring. DeviceAnywhere was recognized by Inc. 500 as one of the fastest growing Silicon Valley companies in 2009 and was acquired by Keynote Systems in 2011 where David continued as CTO of the combined business unit.
David was also founder and CTO of ChipShield where he designed end-to-end encryption hardware for secure online purchases and was Chief Architect of Brience Inc. where he developed high-performance mobile application servers.
He has been granted multiple patents in software and hardware technology.
Gerald “Jerry” Wilmink, CBO
Gerald “Jerry” Wilmink, Ph.D. is the Chief Business Officer of CarePredict. An American health entrepreneur, biomedical engineer, and inventor, Jerry brings a broad range of technical, operational and product commercialization expertise to CarePredict.
Jerry previously founded WiseWear in his San Antonio garage in 2013. WiseWear, like CarePredict, was a senior health technology company that developed B2C IoT products to keep seniors healthy, safe, and secure. Jerry’s B2C products were sold at top-tier domestic and international retailers and were featured on the TodayShow, FastCompany, ABC News, USA Today, BBC World News. Jerry's former experience also includes founding and growing the first Terahertz biosensing laboratory in the Department of Defense (DoD), operating as a startup director and consultant for VC firms and TechStars program, and serving as a program manager for United States’ $3 Billion SBIR/STTR product commercialization program.
Jerry has penned several patents, published over 50 technical manuscripts, book chapters, and has delivered over 125 keynote or plenary presentations at leading business and technical conferences including CES, RISE, TEDMED, SXSW, and SPIE. He is also an advisor for United States’ National Academy of Sciences NRC, SMART, and NDSEG.
Jerry earned his BS, MS, and Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at Vanderbilt University, a research associateship with the National Academy of Science, and an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin.