Optimus Healthcare Services Inc. (OTCMKTS:OHCS) Stock in Focus After Latest News

Last Thursday, Optimus Healthcare Services Inc. (OTCMKTS:OHCS) was one of the companies that had been in the middle of the news cycle after the company made a major new announcement. On August 17, the company announced the appointment of three new directors to its board of directors in the form of Dr. Peter Micahalson IV, Teresa Carlson, and Dr. Eli Avila.

All three are highly experienced professionals, and it may be a good idea for investors to consider taking a closer look into their credentials in order to have a better idea about the appointments. At this point, Carlson is the Chief Commercial Officer and President of Flexport Inc. In the past, she had been a senior vice president at the tech behemoth Microsoft, vice president of worldwide public sector and regulated industries business at Amazon Web Services, and chief growth officer and president at Splunk.

Dr. Eli Avila had gone to Brown University, followed by Brown Medical School and St. John’s University School of Law. At this point, he is the Chief Federal Medical Officer of the Waterlivet Arsenal of the United States Department of Defense. He is highly regarded on a national level for his work as a public health executive, physician, attorney, administrator, academician, and fiduciary.

Additionally, he had also been the 9th Commissioner of Health of Orange County, New York, and the 26th Secretary of Health of Pennsylvania. During his career as a public policy professional, he has been the co-author of more than 22 laws, provided advice on worldwide issues, served as an advisor on state and executive levels, and also initiated environmental health programs.

Last but certainly not least, Dr. Peter Michalos IV went to medical school at SUNY Downtown College of Medicine and emerged with honors in pediatrics, surgery, and medicine.

He then went on to have an internship at the New York Hospital Cornell Medical Center and complete a fellowship at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. The board-certified physician had also served as president and chief of surgery at his own community hospital. He had also been a physician at the maximum-security prison on Rikers Island.

The company was in focus on August 16 after it announced that it had entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the firm RUA Diagnostics Inc. As per the terms of the agreement, the two companies could enter into a joint venture agreement focused on commercialization based on the patent license agreement that RUA had entered into with the Regents of the University of Michigan.

The agreements also include a large number of international and United States patents with regard to the use of micro-gas chromatography as well as mini-gas detectors that could be used in combination with specific software as well as artificial intelligence. These patents can help not only in breath analysis but also in disease states in both animals and humans.

Jon Williams

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