Edward J. Sawicki
Edward J. Sawicki
Edward Sawicki is the Chief Financial Officer
with CMEDDS. In this capacity, he works with established and new medical device companies to develop competitive analysis, marketing strategies and pricing structures for new products. He works to align Medical Device companies with Venture Capital firms. In addition, he manages the day-to-day finances of the corporation and is serving as Lead Project Manager for a two-year aftermarket clinical study.
Mr. Sawicki earned his Bachelors Degree in Biology, in 1986, and obtained his Masters degree in Business Administration from Golden Gate University in 2001. He has been nationally registered as a Paramedic since 1988, and a Hazardous Material Specialist since 1997, and served as member of FEMA's National Disaster Medical Assistant Team since 2001. He has responded to many disasters including the Springfield Ma. Chlorine Spill, the attack on World Trade Center, Hurricane Katrina and Rita.
Mr. Sawicki has over 26-years experience working in Emergency Medical Services (EMS). He served as both Operation and General Manager in the private sector. His experience with the private, public, and volunteers plays an important roll when it comes to system design and development. In addition to his management skills, he also served as a lead instructor for Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) and Paramedics. He played a key role in the merger of the San Francisco Department of Public Health Paramedic division into the Fire Department. When he was not teaching in the academy, he was clinically supervising 30 EMTs and Paramedics as a Paramedic Rescue Captain. He is actively involved on the national level with disaster planning and improving the profession for the next generation.
Mr. Sawicki was employed by Ethicon Products, a Johnson & Johnson company, as Professional Education Manager. In this capacity, he coordinated and managed all aspects of conducting educational symposiums for surgeons. In addition, he has developed company-wide policies to maintain health care compliance, determine fair market value pay rate for independent contractors, and establish a bonus rating system for employees. Ed was a member of domestic and international marketing team for new product development, launch and research.
Mr. Sawicki has authored a number of articles for the JEMS and EMS Insider Magazines. He serves on the Editorial Advisory Board for JEMS and as an expert witness, as well as volunteer with the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) as Treasurer and Chair of numerous committees. He has served as instructor and Affiliate Faculty for American Heart Association's ACLS, PALS and BCLS, as instructor of Advanced Trauma Life Support and Springfield College's Paramedic Program.
Mr. Sawicki currently resides in California.