Founder and CEO
Leveraging more than 15 years of experience as a wireless health executive, Clint founded Indie Health to develop the most highly standardized, certified, easiest to integrate, reliable and user-friendly digital health devices in the industry. Clint’s vision is to make digital health accessible by removing technological barriers for every player in the ecosystem.
Clint was most recently Co-Founder of Qualcomm Life, and prior to that established Qualcomm’s Global Industry Analyst and Global Market Intelligence programs. He has served as the President and founding Chair of Continua Health Alliance, where he led the successful effort to get Continua Standards adopted by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU-T), a standards body of the United Nations, as the only global standard for connectivity of personal connected health devices and systems.
Clint was the founding Chair of the Consumer Electronics Association Health and Fitness Division (CEA now operates as the Consumer Technology Association) and founding Chair of the HIMSS’ Personal Connected Health Alliance (PCHAlliance). He has served on the boards of the San Diego Telecom Council and CommNexus and was Board Chair for the Foundation for the Children of the Californias. Clint currently serves on the advisory councils of EvoNexus, Larta and the Veterans Research Alliance (VRA). Most recently Clint joined UC Irvine as an Expert-in-Residence in its Applied Innovation Center, and joined the Case School of Engineering and Case Western Reserve University as an Advisor for Wireless Health and Wearable Solutions.
Executive Vice President
Ed Siemens has been at the convergence of consumer goods and medical products for over 30 years, working to develop medical products into affordable and accessible consumer goods. Joining Indie Health was a natural extension of Ed’s background. As a member of the executive team, he is focused on supporting and fulfilling Indie Health’s vision for digital health, with scalable, affordable, reliable and user-friendly sensors, built around international standards.
Most recently Ed led sales at Qualcomm Life as part of the team that developed and marketed the company’s original 2net Platform. Ed formerly led sales at A&D Medical, managing, directing and building out A&D’s connect device line of products. He also led sales at Lifestream Technologies, building and managing its smartcard connected cholesterol monitor during its startup days. As President of Omron Healthcare, Ed provided the vision and focus to build the number one organization in consumer digital diagnostics.