New York, NY – MedSitter, a leading remote patient observation solution, announced the appointment of Bart Ronan, as Chief Financial Officer. Ronan comes to MedSitter with extensive experience across multiple industries. He will oversee the company’s finances with the goal of driving growth and customer acquisition. Ronan has led strategic financial direction of SaaS companies […]

New York, NY – MedSitter, a leading remote patient observation solution, announced the appointment of Bart Ronan, as Chief Financial Officer. Ronan comes to MedSitter with extensive experience across multiple industries. He will oversee the company’s finances with the goal of driving growth and customer acquisition.

Ronan has led strategic financial direction of SaaS companies for 20+ years. His career has spanned both financial and professional service. He is known for building high-performance, growth-focused teams. Ronan has proven experience spearheading transformative strategy, product development, and leadership experience. Prior to joining MedSitter, Ronan held a series of leadership roles at TRUX Inc., most recently as CEO and CFO, where he reinvented the metrics driven culture for rapid scaling with platform volume increasing from $8 million to $280 million GMV in four years.

“MedSitter has the potential to completely disrupt the existing patient observation model,” says Ronan, “I see this solution assisting many audiences; patients and nurses being the most immediate beneficiaries of the seamless monitoring experience. I am excited to be working with a passionate and ambitious team on such a purpose-driven service.”

Ronan will first focus on the overall financial health of MedSitter with the intent of leveraging the company’s capital to drive customer acquisition. The goal is to increase patient safety in hospitals across the nation.

“Bart is a welcome addition to the growing MedSitter team,” said Tracy Mills, CEO. “His addition is significant, as he’ll become a vital team member in our aggressive growth plan for the coming years.”