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Rodger Ford has put together a winning formula for creating new business and watching it grow. New York Times best-selling author Michael E. Gerber is co-authoring a new book with Ford that will feature a behind the scenes look at what it takes to start a business from scratch and make it succeed.
Under Jameson’s leadership, the C2 was rapidly developed to be the state-of-the-art driver of the SynCardia Total Artificial Heart used by SynCardia Certified Centers.
The principle is to begin any enterprise with a solid system foundation or platform which allows ordinary people to become extraordinarily successful.
SynCardia announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved two Humanitarian Use Device (HUD) designations for the new 50cc Total Artificial Heart to be used for destination therapy and pediatric bridge to transplant.
With recent developments in technology, SynCardia is saving more lives, expanding its reach around the globe and finally making money.
SynCardia is poised to change the standard of care for patients – and potentially become a powerhouse in heart care.
The Freedom Driver and its hospital companion, The Companion Driver were developed by Rodger Ford as CEO projects under his leadership of SynCardia from 2006 to 2011
Forbes Names SynCardia 69th among America’s Most Promising Companies.
SynCardia was 77th in 2011 and advanced to 69th in 2012.
The Freedom Driver and its hospital companion, The Companion Driver were developed by Rodger Ford as CEO projects under his leadership of SynCardia from 2006 to 2011. The driver family replaced the cumbersome and large 400 pound driver that was the size of a commercial washing machine. Now SynCardia patients can roam the hospital with the mobile Companion and when discharged enjoy the Freedom of a normal life. The Freedom Driver is about the same size as a portable oxygen system.
While most fuel-saving gas/electric-powered hybrid cars carry a substantial price premium over their conventionally powered counterparts, a recent analysis determined that a surprising number of them can indeed prove to be cost effective over time.