NASHVILLE, Tenn., March 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Integrated Healing Technologies (IHT), a negative pressure wound therapy and advanced wound care company, has named Tod Brindle, PhD-c, MSN, RN, CWOCN as Vice President of Clinical Affairs. Mr. Brindle will be responsible for all clinical functions within the company.
"Tod brings tremendous clinical experience and expertise to our leadership team. He will lead our clinical team to help us bring new technologies and deliver innovative products and solutions to the Advanced Wound Care and Negative Pressure Wound Therapy market; helping patients and clinicians alike," said Mr. Pete Carino, Executive Vice President and Chief Sales Officer of Integrated Healing Technologies. "Tod's leadership will allow us to rapidly grow market share. Patients, caregivers, and providers are looking for wound healing therapies that can improve quality of care while reducing healthcare costs. Integrated Healing Technologies puts these principles at the foundation of every product and solution we offer," continued Mr. Carino.
"It's a tremendous honor serving as Integrated Healing Technologies' Vice President of Clinical Affairs. The amazing technology of IHT's offerings provide advanced wound healing solutions for the most complex patient conditions, and I am honored to be in the position to help bring awareness to these life-saving products. Our focus will continue to be on improving the lives of the patients we serve while delivering cost-effective products to our business partners. IHT's products are only matched by the integrity and caliber of the great team I am blessed to work with."
Mr. Brindle served as the Nurse Clinician and Clinical Administrator with the Wound Care team at VCU Health's Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center (VCUMC) for 12 years. Prior to his position at VCU Health, he served in various roles at multiple prestigious institutions across the country. Tod earned a Bachelor of Science of Nursing from The Ohio State University. He graduated from the R.B. Turnbull School of Enterostomal Therapy Nursing, at the Cleveland Clinic School of Medicine, as an Enterostomal Therapy Nurse. He holds a Masters' of Science in Nursing, Administration and Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University and is completing a PhD in Nursing with a focus on Lipidomic Expression of Oxidative Stress in Deep Tissue Injuries from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Mr. Brindle has held several leadership positions on committees, editorial boards and professional boards. He has earned numerous awards throughout his career including the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Magnet National Nurse of the Year in 2013. Mr. Brindle served on the Board of Directors for the Association for the Advancement of Wound Care (AAWC), the ANCC Magnet Commission, and is a co-chair of the Wound Track for the National Conference Planning committee of the Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society.
About Integrated Healing Technologies, Inc.
Integrated Healing Technologies (IHT) is a technology-enabled wound care services company that specializes in the delivery of negative pressure wound therapy ("NPWT") devices and systems. We are committed to accelerating the healing of patients who suffer from acute and chronic wounds. For more information on Integrated Healing Technologies, please visit www.ihtwoundcare.com.
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