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Doug’s experience with open source solutions, mobility, offline data synchronization and clustered systems, combined with his breadth and depth of knowledge, has been critical to SimpleC’s new generation of care solutions. Doug is a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology.
Jason Zamer, Chief of Customer Success for SimpleC, directs the expansion and demonstration of the SimpleC Platform and therapeutic process with new partners and delivery models. He is responsible for developing new commercialized uses for the SimpleC Companion™, Companion Family Connect and Companion Clinical Connect, in addition to new associated features for individuals with any primary diagnosis in any environment along with their formal and informal care support network.
Jason has extensive experience with utilizing technology to improve quality of life beginning with the initial proof of concept of interventions via the Companion for individuals living with dementia. The ability to use the Companion as a tool to both reinforce expert behavioral interventions and create moments of joy are what inspire Jason’s work with SimpleC. His passion began from living the challenges that his parents and family faced as caregivers over his grandparents cognitive and functional difficulties. Jason is enthusiastic about the promise of technology as a tool to help set a positive rhythm throughout the day, build trust between individuals and their caregivers, and help people connect both with their families and cherished memories. Jason is a graduate of The University of Pennsylvania.
Anne Adams, PhD, Managing Director of Research, leads SimpleC’s research operation to assess the feasibility and efficacy of innovative approaches to personalized care. She is responsible for internal and external studies including the application and management of academic research grant awards. Anne drives two SimpleC NIH National Institutes of Health awards.
After studying psychology in Germany and Canada, Anne discovered her passion in human factors & aging. She worked with Mentor and Professor Wendy Rogers, Head of Psychology at Georgia Institute of Technology, to develop the skills required to understand and design products to serve aging adult users, their family and care providers. Anne drives the SimpleC research department to provide clinically tested efficacious therapies. Publishing is a mandate to benefit our industry through the NIH, GSA, GAPNA, Georgia Tech, Veterans Administration, Johns Hopkins and University of Maryland.
Anne received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Alberta and her PhD from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Anne is a member of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (US and Europe), the Gerontological Society of America, and American Psychological Association, Division 21.