A company that’s developed voice-driven work flow and documentation software for endoscopic surgery centers has hired a new CEO.
eMerge’s software uses a patent-pending voice recognition system to document intraoperative procedures in real time. The software’s work flow is built to follow that of an endoscopic procedure and make implementation easier for gastroenterology groups, and also reduce the need for customization, according to the company.
The company was started in 2006 by a group of gastroenterologists.
McCracken is the owner of Spectrum, a telecommunications software company, and Spectrum Executive Group, a commercial real estate company, according to his LinkedIn page.
At that time, the company was touting the recent hire of another CEO, Alex Vidas.