rn.d.s. (Nurse. Doctor. Satisfaction) started with a simple idea: Improve Caregiver and Patient coordinated care using simple technology. That’s exactly what we’re doing with our platform.
Listening to customers and patients, developing a software platform that is simple, easy to use, efficient and improves the quality of care while reducing errors is how we operate. From the initial idea to delivery of our product, we focus on patients and caregivers every step along the healthcare paradigm.
While the idea is simple, the process isn’t easy. Hospitals are busy, demanding environments built on a conglomerate of systems. Federal regulations mandate new systems that require updating workflows. Through our continuous evolving process we’ve learned a thing or two about what works and what doesn’t. When caregivers work better, and patients are engaged in their healthcare, we all benefit.
Our innovative and passionate people are creating coordinated healthcare communication to simplify, empower and fill the gap between technology and care.
We’re fortunate to have a Leadership Team of talented professionals who have been there and done it before, with the right combination of experience to steer us through our fast-paced growth. Get to know the people who cultivate our innovative spirit.
Our Leadership Team
Jayson Aydelotte, MD
Dr. Aydelotte is a founding member of Bueller Rounds and a founding partner of Bueller Innovation, LLC. Jayson is a practicing surgeon in Austin, Texas and is a medical product innovator. Jayson dedicates his time to Bueller Rounds through his unique abilities to bring people together to accomplish company goals as well as his innovative mind to creating new and different angles to improve the product or implement it in a user-friendly way. Jayson makes patient rounds every day.
John Sabra, MD
Dr. Sabra is a founding member of Bueller Rounds and a founding partner of Bueller Innovation, LLC. John is a practicing surgeon and innovator in Austin, TX. John has dedicated his professional life to identifying areas of medical care that can benefit from change, entrepreneurship, and innovation. John manages a large portion of Bueller Rounds specifically toward his strengths of financial implementation, corporate/marketing strategy, and disciplined approach to implementation of the product and product development. John makes patient rounds every day.
Mr. Hurst spent 38 years in the Technology sector until retiring in the middle of 2016. In that time he led Sales, Business Development and Strategy & Planning teams at companies like Sun Microsystems, Juniper Networks and Cisco Systems, in addition to working with early stage companies while he was at Thomas Weisel Venture Partners. In that time Chris has helped teams build growth strategies, go-to-market plans, and an increased focus on Business Outcomes. The clear Patient Outcome focus of rn.d.s. and the significant benefit to health care providers of more satisfied patients was a key driver for him to join the Board.
Alec is a software engineer and the managing partner of 72apps, LLC, Austin, TX. He is an experienced application and software designer and engineer and is the principle designer for the rn.d.s. application. He has been the creator of over 100 applications across a variety of platforms including iOS, android, and desktop-based software. Alec is a graduate of MIT and has lived and worked in Austin since 2013.
Implementation & Training Director
Gary is currently leading our implementation and training team. He brings over 28 years of experience in the areas of teaching, training, project management, and leadership development. Gary has taught as an adjunct professor for Union University in Jackson, TN and Visible Music College in Memphis, TN. Gary’s experience in the healthcare industry comes through his training in clinical pastoral education and as a hospital chaplain for Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. He has a B.A. in International Relations from the University of Virginia and an M.Div. and Ph.D. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX.
Implementation & Training Specialist
Leslie is currently supporting our implementation and training efforts as a rn.d.s. implementation specialist. She has over 18 years of nursing experience ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics, with a focus on emergency room care at Level 1 trauma centers and outpatient office practices. She brings a wealth of experience in leading teams, developing protocols and care pathways to streamline care, improve quality outcomes, and provide consistency in educating new providers.
Lewis is currently a software engineer with rn.d.s. He is a talented engineer with mobile technology experience having helped build several apps throughout his career. Lewis is capable of adapting to a variety of situations and environments and brings a level of passion and resilience necessary in the start-up world. He has earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science at the University of Denver in March 2016.
Our Board of Directors
Our board boasts wide-ranging expertise across a broad spectrum of organizations, from major health systems to industry-leading technology vendors. What they have in common is a singular focus on growing young companies and positioning solid business models for major success.
Jayson Aydelotte • John Sabra • Chris Hurst
Daniel Peterson, MD, FAANS & FACS
Dr. Peterson finished his residency at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio in 1994 and has been in private practice in Austin since that time. He is board certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgeons and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
Daniel has served as chief of staff at University Medical Center Brackenridge and is deeply involved in the quality improvement process. He has broad interests in neurosurgery including brain tumors, aneurysms, pituitary surgery, and degenerative disorders of the spine. He has recently completed an IDE Study with an artificial cervical disc.
Daniel has played an active role in neurological clinical research and has served as a clinical assistant professor at the UT Health Science Center in San Antonio. He currently holds the title of Adjunct Clinical Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Texas, Austin. His professional affiliations include the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, the Texas Association of Neurological Surgeons, and the American Association of Neurological Surgeons.