PRESIDENT and CEO

Virginia Pribanic

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Ms. Pribanic is President & CEO of MedRespond, LLC, a healthcare information technology company commercializing software that improves patient engagement, streamlines healthcare communications and optimizes patient satisfaction. Ms. Pribanic is a seasoned entrepreneur, having founded and managed an array of companies ranging from sports-marketing to fiber-optics to health care. Before her entrepreneurial experience, Ms. Pribanic was an executive at National Steel Corporation with roles in Information Systems, Marketing, Strategic Planning and Finance.

At MedRespond, Ms. Pribanic has led the company from a Carnegie Mellon University academic spin-out to a software company counting global biotech, healthcare providers, media companies, government agencies and advocacy groups as clients and partners. In addition to a blue-chip clientele, MedRespond was honored with first prize in Cleveland’s inaugural Medical Capital Innovation Competition, named finalist in Novartis Cardio Engagement Challenge and named Honors Laureate in Emerging Technologies by Computer World Magazine. 

Ms. Pribanic has a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the University of Pittsburgh and an MBA from Carnegie Melon University’s Tepper School.


Advisors

   Alex Hauptmann, PhD    Senior Scientist, Carnegie Mellon University

Alex Hauptmann, PhD

Senior Scientist, Carnegie Mellon University

Roger E. Meyer, MD

Professor, College of Medicine, Hershey Medical Center

   Jan Oldenburg    Patient Engagement Strategy Advisor, MedRespond

Jan Oldenburg

Patient Engagement Strategy Advisor, MedRespond

 
  Jay Srini, MS, MBA, FHIMSS   Chief Growth Officer, MedRespond

Jay Srini, MS, MBA, FHIMSS

Chief Growth Officer, MedRespond

  Alan Russell, Ph.D.   "Future of Healthcare Technology" Strategy Advisor

Alan Russell, Ph.D.

"Future of Healthcare Technology" Strategy Advisor

  Lynn M. Banaszak   Technology Commercialization Strategy Advisor

Lynn M. Banaszak

Technology Commercialization Strategy Advisor


Partnerships

Carnegie Mellon University (CMU)

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The genesis of our technology resides at the innovative halls of Carnegie Mellon University, a global research university of more than 10,000 students, 70,000 alumni and 4,000 faculty and staff.

While we transferred the original technology from the academic environment and commercialized it for the business world, we continue to have a wonderful working relationship with CMU. We often bounce ideas off the brilliant minds of its staff and pleased to license technologies from one of the world’s finest universities.

Learn more about CMU