Monarch Medical Technologies Hosts Webinar on Adoption of Inpatient Basal/ Bolus/ Correction Subcutaneous Insulin Therapy
Presenters Dr. Thomas Garthwaite, VP of Diabetes Care at HCA, and Laurel Fuqua, EVP and CCO at Monarch, Focus on Strategies in Optimizing Glycemic Management
Charlotte, N.C., January 30, 2018 –Monarch Medical Technologies, the leader in precision insulin dosing for optimized inpatient glucose management, today announced that the company will host a complimentary webinar, “Beyond Sliding Scale: Closing the Gap Between Current and Optimal Glycemic Management Practices” on February 13, from 1-2 p.m. EST.
Monarch Medical Technologies Assembles Glucose Management Innovators and Thought Leaders at 2017 EndoTool® User Group Meeting
EndoTool User Community Gathers in Charlotte to Share Best Practices, Innovations and Industry Trends for Optimizing Glycemic Control of In-Hospital Patients
Charlotte, N.C., October 16, 2017 – Monarch Medical Technologies, the leader in electronic glycemic management systems (eGMS) for in-hospital patients, today announced that they will be hosting the first annual EndoTool User Group Meeting on October 19th at the Hotel Le Méridien in Charlotte. The event is an opportunity for users of the innovative EndoTool platform to share best practices and lessons learned from using EndoTool across hospital units and patient populations and learn from the experiences of others on how to optimize glycemic control.
Monarch Medical Technologies Announces Laurel Fuqua as Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer
Monarch Medical Technologies, the leader in electronic glycemic management systems (eGMS) for in-hospital patients, today announced that Laurel Fuqua, RN, MSN is joining the Monarch leadership team, as Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer. In this role, Fuqua will lead the overall clinical vision at Monarch Medical Technologies, providing input into product strategy and working closely with customers looking to improve patient safety and outcomes through the adoption and optimization of the EndoTool® platform.
Fuqua joins Monarch with more than 30 years of experience in healthcare management and product development. She has held executive-level positions across a wide range of healthcare settings including, hospitals, health plans, care management, and diabetes technology firms.
Monarch Medical Technologies, the market-leading clinical decision support software committed to the safest insulin dosing, today announced that Linda Beneze has joined the company as its new chief executive officer. Formerly the Chief Executive Officer at Medical Technology Products, Beneze has extensive experience building and leading global high-performance teams with expertise in medical device, clinical trial software, bioinformatics, and data management.
“After an extensive selection process, we are delighted to have Linda Beneze lead the company in an evolving and expanding market of inpatient glycemic control. Linda brings a wealth of experience in improving outcomes and enhancing patient and provider safety, alongside her unique blend of leadership experience,” said Christophe Mallard, managing member of private investment firm Eigen Capital Holdings LLC which controls Monarch Medical Technologies. “Linda shares our commitment to patient safety, passion for improving hospital outcomes, and excitement for our future. We look forward to strong continued growth under her leadership.” read more…
By Diabetes Times
By Amber Cox, Healio Endocrinology
Vidant Medical Center Releases Seven-Year Retrospective of Improving Patient Care at ADA 76th Scientific Sessions
EndoTool from Monarch Medical Technologies Reduces Hypoglycemia Rates and Controls Blood Glucose Levels
CHARLOTTE, N.C – June 10, 2016 – Vidant Medical Center, the flagship hospital for Vidant Health in Greenville, NC, is proud to present their poster demonstrating marked improvement in quality of care with patients being treated on EndoTool Glucose Management System. The poster titled “Use of a Computer-Guided Glucose Management System to Improve Glycemic Control and Address National Quality Measures: A 7-Year Retrospective Observational Study at a Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital” will be presented on June 10, 2016 through June 14, 2016 at the 76th Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association in New Orleans, Louisiana (Poster 4-LB). read more…
New Technology from Monarch Medical Technologies Statistically Eliminates Severe Hypoglycemia in Hospital Glucose Management
Charlotte, N.C – May 18, 2016 – Monarch Medical Technologies, a company committed to providing the safest insulin dosing software, is proud to announce their EndoTool’s groundbreaking, patent-pending Estimated Residual Extracellular Insulin (EREI) technology for any hospital unit where intravenous (IV) insulin is used. Similar to the “insulin-on-board” condition associated with subcutaneous insulin administration, EREI refers to residual insulin from intravenous insulin therapy present in a patient’s body that has potential for future activity affecting blood glucose levels. read more…
Every year, the Charlotte Business Journal (CBJ) searches for the “Best Places to Work” in the Charlotte area. This award recognizes companies that have mastered company goals with what the employees care about most to create a well-rounded work environment.
How does CBJ measure the happiness of the employees? CBJ partners with Quantum Workplace to administer a survey to the employees of each company nominated. The survey includes a series of multiple choice, Likert scale, and open ended questions. Questions ranged from the company’s goals, team morale, and the individual employee’s overall contentment, to the company’s annual involvement with the Charlotte community. read more…
The Polls are in and the Employees Have Been Heard
Monarch Medical Technologies, the company committed to the safest insulin dosing software, today announces that the Charlotte Business Journal recognizes Monarch Medical Technologies on its annual list of “Best Places to Work” for small companies in the Charlotte Area. read more…