Management Team

Meet our Leadership Team.

Together, they are furthering InfoBionic’s mission: to redefine the standard of care for patients and physicians alike with our full disclosure remote cardiac arrhythmia monitoring platform.

Stuart Long Stuart Longlinkedin
Chief Executive Officer

Stuart was appointed CEO of InfoBionic in March 2017, underscoring the Company’s commitment to widespread market adoption of its transformative wireless remote patient monitoring platform for chronic disease management. With more than 20 years of experience in the medical device market, Stuart brings a great deal of expertise in achieving rapid commercial growth.

Prior to joining InfoBionic, he was CEO at Monarch Medical Systems, LLC, a Charlotte-based, artificial intelligence clinical decision support software provider for insulin dosing calculations, where he oversaw the organizational restructuring of the company. Prior to Monarch, Stuart served as the global chief marketing and sales officer for CapsuleTech, Inc., a medical device integration and clinical data management system for hospitals and healthcare institutions. During his tenure, he developed and executed a strategic business and product plan that ultimately led to the company’s acquisition by Qualcomm Life, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm, Inc. Prior to CapsuleTech, Stuart worked in executive leadership at Philips Healthcare, overseeing global product management and marketing for their healthcare imaging and informatics group as well as emerging markets in the company’s cardiac monitoring division. Stuart also held executive positions at healthcare IT-focused companies including Agfa Healthcare, AMICAS, FUJIFILM USA and Eastman Kodak in addition to his previous clinical experience of managing acute care, non-invasive cardiology.

Anna McNamaraAnna McNamara, RNlinkedin
Chief Clinical Officer

Anna has over 30 years of experience in multiple areas of outpatient cardiac monitoring. Her experience includes monitoring center operations, program development for outpatient monitoring services, R&D, and clinical research. Most recently Anna held the position of Senior Vice President, Clinical Operations and Research at CardioNet where she built the clinical operations department for a new wireless technology. This included developing and managing the clinical service, creating the clinical research strategy, training and support for sales and marketing, working with R&D on technology and software development and managing the Medical Advisory Board. Currently at her third start up, Anna works closely with the InfoBionic team on all areas of clinical program development.

Prior to CardioNet, Anna held numerous executive positions including Executive Vice President, Clinical Operations at LifeWatch, Vice President, Clinical Operations at QDS/Matria Healthcare, and various positions at Survival Technology. Anna received her RN from Mercy Hospital and her BA in Business Management from Marymount College in NYC.