Andrew J. Manganaro, CMO and National Medical Director of Life Screening Company was interviewed on the CEO CFO Magazine. Born in Brooklyn, NY, he got his MD of Medicine as a University Scholar from the University of New York. Mr. Manganaro stated that Lifeline Screening is the largest screening company in the U.S. The company has screened more than 8 million people. The company’s database which is considered among the largest across the world provides the basis for scores of peer-reviewed journals. The CMO stated that one of his major responsibilities is supervision of the board certified physicians who assess all the ultrasounds of the company. He is also tasked with ensuring quality, research projects and oversees the company’s marketing for clinical correctness. Moreover, he chairs the Scientific Advisory Network division which comprises clinical experts and scholars from across the globe.
About Life Line Screening
Life Line Screening Company was founded by Colin Scully and Timothy Phillips in 1993, in Florida. After a period of operation, the service extended to many regions of U.S and the United Kingdom as well. By 1998, more than 500,000 people had received screening services by the Life Line Screening. In 2007, Life Line Screening was launched In the United Kingdom. A year later, the company further expanded their services to add atrial fibrillation screenings. In 2012, the health screening organization went a milestone and started offering its services in Australia and more information click here.
Life Line Screening offers non-invasive ultrasounds of the abdominal aorta and carotid arteries. They examine the presence of peripheral vascular disease by providing the measurements of the ankle brachial index. The company also provide a gamut of blood tests related to cardiovascular and other abnormalities. They further perform EKG screening for the presence atrial fibrillations which cause stroke and non-invasive screenings for osteoporosis as well.
As stated by the CMO of Life Line Company, their vast database has provided a basis for many publications and research in the scientific literature. The company has gone further to partner with medical schools of several Universities. For instance, the University of California at San Francisco, New York University School of Medicine, and Oxford University in the UK among others and learn more about Lifeline Screening.
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