Deborah Thomas

In January 2020, iRemedy welcomed Deborah to its executive leadership team as Chief Revenue Officer, responsible for leading the Company’s commercial organization and developing the Company’s commercialization strategies for current and pre-commercial planning of pipeline offerings.

A highly accomplished leader and business development executive with more than 20 years of experience launching best-in-class healthcare products and services, Deborah has distinguished herself as a results-oriented professional, formulating and executing tactical and strategic approaches to brand-building and high-yield sales and marketing initiatives for both on-market products and services and leading-edge development portfolios.

Previously, Deborah served as Interim Chief Executive Officer of SonoCiné, an ultrasound imaging device manufacturer for cancer screening, where her efforts on development of a global brand and communication strategy significantly increased sales and led to the sale of the Company to a foreign private equity group. From 2013 through 2019, she also served as co-founder, director and Chief Operating Officer of EVO Worldwide, LLC, a start-up global semiconductor medical manufacturer, where she was tasked with helping to create the world’s first Taiwainese/American medical imaging device company focused on semiconductor nuclear medicine, X-ray, MRI and digital radiography. Under her leadership, EVO’s sales grew from start-up to over $10 million in only three years and the Company formed an exclusive joint venture partnership with GE Healthcare, among other notable achievements.

Previous executive positions have also included Chief Executive Officer of Thomas Healthcare Group; Chief Marketing Officer of Gamma Medica, Inc.; Chief Marketing Officer of Aurora Imaging Technology, Inc.; Sales Director of Strategic Accounts at WebMD and Vice President of Sales at Medsn, Inc.

Deborah graduated from Northwood University with a Bachelor degree in Business Administration. An active member of the Boston Chapter of the Healthcare Business Association from 2003 through 2007, she was elected its President in 2006.