- Paul E. SchubertCEO
Mr. Schubert is a seasoned medical industry veteran with over 36 years experience in healthcare devices and owner of a highly successful DME and clinical services company, Medical Treatment Systems. Through Mr. Schubert's efforts one of the most successful devices in health care device history was launched from a highly regarded teaching hospital in North Carolina. His DME company presently provides negative pressure therapy for over 20,000 patients annually.
He holds a degree in accounting from the University of Florida.
- Terry N. WilliamsCTO
Mr. Williams is a medical device executive with extensive expertise in development, approval, and commercialization of medical devices. He was founder and CEO of a start-up medical device and software company, Trac Medical, that successfully designed, manufactured and received FDA approval on 3 clinical devices. His company also developed and received 5 US Patents with acute care product offerings to Kinetic Concepts (KCI), General Electric Medical Systems, Baxter Healthcare and Philips Medical Systems before acquisition by the Authentidate Corporation which resulted in a successful public stock offering.
He holds a BS degree from the School of Life Sciences at NC State University.
- George Adams M.D., M.H.S., F.A.C.C., F.S.C.A.I.
Dr. George Adams is an Interventional Cardiologist at Rex Hospital affiliated with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He completed his Internal Medicine Internship and Residency at the University of Texas Southwestern and his General Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology and Masters of Health Sciences at Duke University. He is currently a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is the Director of Cardiovascular and Peripheral Vascular Research at Rex Hospital. Dr. Adams is well published in the field of complex peripheral vascular interventions in critical limb ischemic patients, development of regional systems of care for STEMI, and nuclear cardiology techniques. He currently leads a robust clinical research program enrolling patients in approximately 20 peripheral, carotid and coronary trials and is involved with device development for the management of coronary and peripheral vascular disease.
- Lee C. RogersDPM
Dr. Lee Rogers is a podiatrist, fellowship-trained in diabetic limb salvage, who founded the first Amputation Prevention Center. He has authored over 150 published papers, books, and book chapters on limb salvage, policy and practice, and he has delivered more than 400 lectures around the world.
Rogers received the Rising Star Award from the American Podiatric Medical Association for outstanding national accomplishments in 2011 and was selected as one of the most influential podiatrists in America by Podiatry Management Magazine.
He is the former chair of the American Diabetes Association’s Foot Care Council and is currently the diabetes liaison to the APMA. He is a director of the American Board of Podiatric Medicine, the national certifying board for podiatrists.
Dr. Rogers also serves as the medical director of the Amputation Prevention Centers of America, a division of RestorixHealth, managing 200 wound centers in 35 states.
- John WilliamsM.S.
With experience in both the medical device and software industries, John brings a diverse set of skills that have helped shape and guide the CarePICS product offering. His career began at KCI (Acelity), working as a Service Consultant while attending The University of Alabama for a BS in Business Management. He eventually moved west and spent time as a Business Analyst for SendGrid, a Boulder, CO-based software company. During this time, he attended The University of Colorado for a MS in Information Systems. In 2014, John became one of the first employees at CarePICS, taking the role of Product Manager. During this time he helped shape and guide the core product offering of the CarePICS mobile and web applications. In 2017, he took a position at LogMeIn as a Senior Product Manager for their business systems team. Today, John remains with CarePICS as an Advisory Board member.