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About: About

Gene Theslof

CEO / Co-Founder

As an innovator, Gene has built numerous companies. He designs, creates, collaborates, builds and grows new businesses that help people.

Gene‘s background in communications, film, video, multimedia, electronic imaging and business development led him to build InfoMedix Communications into a global telemedical network.

Gene and his team developed and sold a variety of integrated telemedical hardware systems for various departments in hospital campuses.  This included the VideoHub, which could transmit programs across the globe and connect hundreds of hospital departments including surgical suites, pathology, radiology and nuclear medicine departments, conference centers, auditoriums and lecture halls.

Hospitals across the country were able to connect with each other and share programs using InfoMedix own private VPN network . InfoMedix also produced thousands of live surgical and educational events. Gene created deals to install InfoMedix into the Nation's leading hospitals and cancer centers including Cornell, Columbia, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, St. Johns, Georgia Baptist and UCLA. Customers included Ethicon Endo Surgery, J&J, US Surgical, ACS, AAGL, AORN and hospitals across the country. Gene led the company’s merger negotiations and successfully sold the company to Stryker (SYK) in 1999.


Tyler Theslof

Chief Operations Officer / Co-Founder

Tyler is one of the Co-Founders of MyHealthConnection.  He holds Multiple degrees from UC Irvine with graduate studies in Biomechanics and Kinesiology. As Chief Operations Officer he is responsible for all aspects of  MHC Operations, Technology, Integrations and Platform Implementation.

Formerly, Tyler was the Chief Operations Officer for the Gluco fit Club from 2007- 2014. During his tenure at GFC  he helped create a diabetes management program inside the YMCA.  This program focused on diabetes management, education and the ability for clinicians to give continuing care to their patients while off site. The GFC program allowed the real-time tracking of a patient's biometrics and glucose results to care providers.

Some of his products and services included  wireless glucometers, activity monitors, wireless blood pressure cuffs, ECG devices and a state-of-the-art online HIPAA compliant health portal for monitoring / video conferencing

Top accounts and partnerships include Entra Health Systems, YMCA, St. Jude’s, Hoag Hospital, St. Joseph Hospital of Orange, American Association of Diabetes Educators, American Diabetes Association, Nutrisystem, Catz performance and Toronto FC MLS

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