Revolutionize Data Transform Healthcare™

Streaming analytics that enriches clinical awareness at the point of care.

RGI’s software products solve the problem of how to leverage the value of existing electronic healthcare data to improve patient safety and the quality of care.

Our real-time software platform acquires and analyzes streaming data at a stunning volume and frequency. The data comes from sources across the hospital: medical devices, lab computers and electronic health records.

Our software is a platform to deploy AI or evidenced based algorithms to identify patients at risk for adverse events or clinical deterioration.

Streaming Analytics and Artificial Intelligence

RGI’s software represents a fundamental shift in data analytics making enterprise wide data, AI enhanced streaming analytics and the resultant actionable information directly accessible to clinical end-users and decision makers at all levels.

Fully automated data acquisition and streaming analytics…

Sepsis - improving compliance with evidence based practices
Real-time ICU overview
AI to predict risk
CAUTI - Decreasing urinary catheter use in the ICU
Isolation management - antibiotic resistant bacterial infections
PSM Login
Vital signs and oxygenation in the face of alveolar recruitment maneuvers
Vital signs and oxygenation
Nursing Clinical Decision Support
OR / Non-OR Case time summary
Ending the day on time - OR and non-OR cases
Falls Risk
Case Volumes & Severity (ASA) - OR / Non-OR
Nursing Clinical Decision Support

Nursing Clinical Decision Support.

  • Real-time alerts to change in patient risk
  • Falls Case Study »
  • Restraints
  • Pressure injury
  • Catheter related urinary tract infection (CAUTI)
  • Central line associated blood stream infection (CLABSI)
  • Ventilator associated pneumonia (VAP)
  • and more…

Real-time data and streaming analytics to optimize the use of antibiotics to protect patients and combat antibiotic resistance.

Helping internists who are experts in infectious diseases, microbiologists and pharmacists who form the axis of antibiotic stewardship efforts.

RGI's software represents a fundamental shift in data analytics making enterprise wide data, AI enhanced streaming analytics and the resultant actionable information directly accessible to clinical end-users and decision makers at all levels.

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No roadblocks.

No workarounds.

No nonsense.

Put simply, RGI puts analytics—and the potential for meaningful insights—in the hands of clinicians. Our Healthcare Analytics Solution® software offers the richest contextual analysis of streaming data that healthcare has seen to date, resulting in enhanced clinical decision-making, improved compliance and reduced costs for hospitals and health systems worldwide.

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Revolutionize data

RGI-Informatics, LLC (“RGI”) develops, markets and supports software which addresses the problem of how to leverage the value of existing electronic healthcare data to improve clinical care delivery and patient safety.

RGI was organized in New York State in 1999 as a limited liability corporation, and entered the healthcare analytics market that year. RGI is headquartered in New York with EU operations based in Dublin.

Chris Alfiero
Member, Board Of Managers

Chris Alfiero is CEO of Foundation 214. Prior to establishing Foundation 214, Mr. Alfiero spent nearly a decade in the professional audio industry engaged in the sales and marketing effort toward product-use training and application, system design and, as a result of living in Europe, managing international distribution. After leaving the company and moving back to the USA, Chris earned a master’s degree from the University at Buffalo. Following a brief start-up business developing products for stem cell research, Mr. Alfiero joined his father, Sal, in 2003 to manage a family investment office. The family office engaged in public and private investments along with growing attention to philanthropy via the former Alfiero Family Charitable Foundation. The rigor associated with employing capital to work in the for-profit world is not unlike that for the philanthropic dollar. In either case, the return on investment needs to be positive, whether it is in the formation of new capital or positive results for the community. Having served several years on the board of the Women and Childrens Hospital of Buffalo Foundation, Mr. Alfiero clearly witnessed the need for institutions like Foundation 214.

Kathy Bussiere
Director Of Finance

Kathy has over 30 years of experience working with companies to implement and maintain sold internal control and accounting systems. Kathy works with company management to create internal and external financial reports and assists with cash flow tracking. Kathy started her career at KPMG and maintains her CPA designation.

Polyvios Damianakis
Principal Software Architect & Lead Software Developer

Polyvios has over 15 years of experience as a full stack software engineer designing and implementing medium to large projects in a variety of sectors. Polyvios has extensive experience designing for, and managing Big Data with the skills and experience to assure scalability and sustainability. He has consulted for product design and development for a number of tech start-ups and has been trusted with ownership of the entire product design roadmap for a number of clients prior to joining RGI-Informatics Ireland.

Polyvios holds a BSC from University of Crete, Greece in Computer science.

Richard H. Goldstein, Md
Founder and CEO, Board Of Manager

Richard Goldstein has twenty years of experience in healthcare analytics, developing software that enables clinicians to access the data they need to improve the quality of care. He created the foundational algorithms for RGI’s analytics software. Dr. Goldstein is a graduate of New York University School of Medicine and trained in Internal Medicine and Pulmonary Diseases at the Bronx Municipal Hospital Center (Albert Einstein School of Medicine) in New York City.

Pam Goloskie
Senior Clinical Informatics Specialist

Pamela Goloskie combines her healthcare experience and passion for data to help find meaningful and actionable insights from Electronic Health Records and other sources of medical data. Before joining RGI she provided patient care at the bedside for 8 years as a Registered Nurse before transitioning into Healthcare Informatics. She has a BS in Nursing and an MS in Information Systems, both from Northeastern University.

Michael Hyatt
Member, Board of Managers

Michael Hyatt is a senior managing director of Irving Place Capital, a middle-market private equity firm. Previously, Mr. Hyatt was a senior managing director at Bear, Stearns. He is currently a director of Endo Pharmaceuticals, chairman of its transaction committee, and a member of its nominating and governance committee.

Mr. Hyatt received his JD from Emory University School of Law and his BA from Syracuse University.

Karen Lombardo
Director, Human Resources

Karen Lombardo has over 20 years of experience related to Human Resources. Before joining RGI, she was a senior consultant with Operations Inc. Her previous positions include HR management roles in entrepreneurial marketing and publishing firms. Ms. Lombardo received her BA in Government from St. Lawrence University.

Jeremy Regan
Director, Software Engineering & IT Operations

Jeremy Regan has over 15 years of IT experience, including software development, database design and administration, virtualization, and software and hardware support. He is responsible for internal IT initiatives and the technical implementation and ongoing support of RGI Informatics solutions. Mr. Regan holds a BS in Computer Science from Western New England University.

Gerald Rosenfeld
Member, Board of Managers

Gerald Rosenfeld is adviser to the CEO and vice chairman of Investment Banking at Lazard Ltd. He has been an investment banker for over 30 years at Salomon Brothers (1979-1988), Bankers Trust Company (1988-1992), Lazard Freres (1992-1998) and Rothschild (2000-2011), before rejoining Lazard in 2011. Before investment banking, Mr. Rosenfeld was a consultant at McKinsey & Co. (1976-1979). In his investment banking career, Mr. Rosenfeld has worked primarily in the area of Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Restructuring, including representing General Motors, Chrysler, ITT Corporation, Tenneco, Lotus, TRW, Thermo-Electron, United Airlines, TWA, and US Airways, among many others. Mr. Rosenfeld has served on several public boards of directors and is currently a director of CIT Group and of Continental Grain Co. He holds a PhD from New York University (1973) in applied mathematics and is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Mr. Rosenfeld is Professor of Practice at NYU School of Law and serves on its board of trustees. He is co-director of the Law School’s Jacobson Leadership Program in Law and Business.

David Small
Director, Design

Founder and Creative Director of Small Design Firm, which specializes in the design and implementation of interactive, dynamic graphical applications. Responsible for establishing the aesthetics and intuitive user experience for RGI products. From 2008 to 2010, he worked as an associate professor at MIT, directing a research group at the MIT Media Lab. Holds a PhD in Media Arts and Sciences from MIT.