Robert Matthews has joined the West Wireless Health Institute (WWHI) as its chief technology officer (CTO). Matthews, who joins WWHI from Archinoetics, is responsible for leading the Institute's biomedical engineering research and development strategy. In addition, WWHI has named Michael Caponetto as its chief financial officer.
WWHI is one of the world's first research organizations dedicated to lowering health care costs by innovating, validating, advocating for, investing in and commercializing wireless technologies to transform medicine.
"Adding Rob and Mike to our team is another major milestone for the Institute, which has grown from 40 to 60 employees since the beginning of 2011," said Gary West, WWHI's founder and chairman.