Chief Executive Officer
A recognized leader in the healthcare industry, Joe Sardano has spent more than 30 years in management and marketing. He has a successful history of introducing and commercializing new technologies and services in many areas, including electronic brachytherapy, PET and PET/CT, SPECT, MRI, lithotripsy and digital radiography. Before joining Sensus Healthcare, Sardano held leadership and management roles at CTI Molecular Imaging, GE Medical Systems, Siemens Medical Systems, Elscint Inc and Toshiba America Medical Systems, among others.
John Heinrich has been involved in the development and management of a wide range of diagnostic imaging, therapeutic, medical diagnostic and scientific instrument companies for more than 25 years. He played a key role in the development of mobile MRI systems in the early 1980s and served as Vice President of MRI products at Technicare Corporation. Over the past 15 years, his responsibilities have included serving as: President and Chief Operating Officer of Technomed International USA Inc., a leading developer and marketer of therapeutic technology; President and Chief Operating Officer of Summit World Trade, a diversified group of health care and technology companies; President and Chief Executive Officer of Otsuka Electronics USA Inc., a developer and marketer of medical and scientific equipment; and President and Chief Operating Officer of Meretek Diagnostics Inc., a developer and marketer of medical diagnostics. Dr. Heinrich was responsible for the sales of Otsuka’s medical and scientific equipment businesses to Elscint Ltd. and Varian Instruments, respectively, along with the acquisition of Cambridge Isotope Laboratories and Meretek Diagnostics. He is also a cofounder and director of Acuitas Medical, a developer of unique MRI software, and managing partner of Revolution NMR, LLC and Kansas Analytical Services, LLC.
Bill McCall has served as a financial advisor and portfolio manager for over 43 years and is currently a Managing Director of Heritage Advisory Group, a financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services Inc. Other business activities include Managing Partner of Investors Capital Alliance LLC, a consulting company; CEO of WMW Partners LLC, a holding company; member of Pandora Mineral Resources LLC and Board member of Cherokee Farm Partners Inc., an entity of the University of Tennessee Research Foundation. Bill holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance and Marketing from the University of Tennessee and he received a Chartered Wealth Advisor designation from Michigan State University.
Anthony Petrelli is President, Chairman of the Board, and Director of Investment Banking of Neidiger, Tucker, Bruner, Inc., a Denver, Colorado based financial services firm founded in 1977. Beginning his career in 1972, Mr. Petrelli has had extensive experience in the areas of corporate finance, management, operations, trading, and corporate finance. Mr. Petrelli is a member of the Board of Directors of Ring Energy, Inc. (REI: NYSE) and owner of Equinox Counseling LLC. He has served on numerous regulatory and securities industry committees including service on the FINRA Corporate Finance Committee, the NASD Small Firm Advisory Board and as Chairman of the FINRA District Business Conduct Committee, District 3. Mr. Petrelli received his Bachelors of Science in Business (Finance) and his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Colorado and a Masters of Arts in Counseling from Denver Seminary.
Sam O’Rear has 40 years of experience in the healthcare industry as a clinician, a sales and marketing director, vice president, general manager, owner and principal in several healthcare services businesses. His experience as clinician in the ancillary hospital services was garnered primarily in the UAB Health System (1970-74). From 1974 to1990, he held sales and marketing positions in Siemens and GE Healthcare. O’Rear rose from management posts in sales, financing, asset management and marketing to vice president and general manager of X-Ray Business.
O’Rear left GE to become the chief operating officer for Medical Imaging Centers of America in 1990. That year, he also founded The Innovation Group, Inc. (TIGI). Over the years, he has acquired several consulting firms to expand TIGI into a multi-partner healthcare consultancy. Today, TIGI provides commercialization services to a client base extending from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies represented by GE, Philips, Toshiba, Xerox, Roche, HCA, VHA, MedAssets, Compass Group, Cobalt, Sysmex, Cobalt, etc.
O’Rear holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and a Master’s in Psychology. He is the senior partner of Total Innovation Group, Inc., and is an investor, principal and board member in several start-ups in the healthcare industry (Data Advantage, Remcare, Sensus, UP Labs).