Musculoskeletal care and training provider IncludeHealth announces that Chris Slee has joined the company as reportedly its very first chief technology officer.

Prior to joining IncludeHealth’s executive team, Slee spent more than 5 years as a consultant and advisor to the company, lending his software and product development expertise. With this hiring, the company aims to to have Slee lead its next chapter as the startup expands its proprietary technology, according to a news release.

“I believe in the IncludeHealth mission, and have for years — the cutting edge technology we’re working on, forming partnerships and driving the musculoskeletal space forward — it’s incredible. The progression from hardware to an IoT sensor platform then on to real-time machine learning and AI — I am so proud to be a part of what is ahead at this company.”

— Chris Slee

Slee comes to IncludeHealth after more than 25 years as a principal and chief product officer with Allen, Williams & Hughes, Co, where he oversaw the formulation and execution of product strategy and the transformation of numerous early-stage product ideas to commercially complete products in the market. 

At IncludeHealth, Slee will continue his focus on building a world-class team and musculoskeletal platform that pushes the boundaries on delivering next-generation in-clinic and remote care, the release continues.

“We have been waiting for the right to time to officially bring Chris aboard, and now the timing couldn’t be more perfect. He is an asset to our company, and we believe our technology will truly evolve under his purview as we enter the next chapter of IncludeHealth’s evolution and growth.”

— Ryan Eder, founder and CEO of IncludeHealth

[Source: IncludeHealth]