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CardioMEMS Vice President - Information Systems, Richard Powers, and Chairman of the Board, John Huntz, Selected as Finalists for Prestigious Awards


5/1/2013 9:22:13 AM

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ATLANTA, April 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CardioMEMS, Inc., an Atlanta-based medical device company that has developed and is commercializing a proprietary wireless sensing and communication technology for the human body, announced today that the Company's Vice President of Information Systems, Richard Powers, has been named a finalist for the 2013 Georgia CIO of the Year Award®in the Corporate category. The awards, presented in affiliation with the Georgia CIO Leadership Association, recognize CIOs who have contributed to their company's growth and business, as well as have been activity evolved in their community. The 2013 Georgia CIO of the Year Awards will be presented at a breakfast gala on Friday, November 1 at the Cobb Galleria Center. More information on the 2013 CIO of the Year Awards can be found at http://www.georgiacio.org/finalists/about-the-event.html.

In other news, John Huntz, Chairman of the Board for CardioMEMS and Manhattan Associates and the Executive Director of Arcapita Ventures, was honored at the TiECon Southeast Conference and Gala on April 27, as a finalist for the Venture Capitalist of the Year Award. Mr. Huntz, the founder of the Southern Capital Forum, has served as a Board Member for a number of start-up and growth stage companies, including CardioMEMS, and has invested over $100 million in southeastern technology-based companies over the course of his career.

About CardioMEMS, Inc.
CardioMEMS is a medical device company that has developed and is commercializing proprietary wireless sensing and communication technology for the human body. The company's technology platform is designed to improve the management of severe chronic cardiovascular diseases such as aneurysms, heart failure, and hypertension. CardioMEMS miniature wireless sensors can be implanted using minimally invasive techniques and transmit cardiac output, blood pressure and heart rate data, which are critical to the management of patients. The sensors are designed to be permanently implanted into the heart and blood vessels due to their small size, durability and lack of wires and batteries. Using radiofrequency (RF) energy, the sensors transmit real-time data to external electronic readers, which then communicate this information to the patient's physician. CardioMEMS developed this technology based on the belief that frequent, on-demand, real-time monitoring of vital information enables proactive patient management, which holds the promise of reducing hospitalizations, improving a patient's quality of life and delivering more efficient and cost effective health care. More information about CardioMEMS is located at www.cardiomems.com.

Statements made in this press release that look forward in time or that express beliefs, expectations or hopes regarding future occurrences or anticipated outcomes are forward-looking statements. A number of risks and uncertainties such as risks associated with product development and commercialization efforts, expected timing or results of any clinical trials, ultimate clinical outcome and perceived or actual advantages of the Company's products, market and physician acceptance of the products, intellectual property protection, and competitive offerings could cause actual events to adversely differ from the expectations indicated in these forward looking statements.

CardioMEMS and the CardioMEMS logo are registered trademarks of CardioMEMS, Inc. Champion is a trademark of CardioMEMS, Inc.

Caution: The Champion Heart Failure Monitoring System is an investigational device limited by federal law to investigational use.

SOURCE CardioMEMS, Inc.



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