Barry Sudduth

Barry Sudduth (VP of Engineering)

Barry provides overall leadership and management of the company’s technology and software development efforts.

Barry’s experience in product development and engineering management has focused on IT systems targeted to improve the delivery of healthcare in the areas of clinical information, drug delivery and telemedicine technologies.

His most recent organization, DocuSys (acquired by Merge Healthcare Incorporated [NASDAQ: MRGE] in 2010), a leader in anesthesia information management systems (AIMS), was recognized as having the most expansive feature set in the industry. As Director of Engineering for DocuSys, Barry established the development processes, built and managed the engineering, hardware and software teams, and developed the key components of the AIMS solutions, which focused on patient safety and system reporting. Before joining DocuSys, Barry spent several years as a research engineer for the Biomedical Interactive Technology Center (BITC) at Georgia Tech. His primary efforts were directed toward the development of home-based telemedicine systems with video, audio and remote vital signs collection. The underlying technology was subsequently licensed and taken to market by an external company. In addition to the telemedicine effort, Barry worked on projects at BITC ranging from database driven healthcare applications to computer-assisted surgery.

Barry earned his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degrees at Clemson University.