Digital Diagnostics

About Us

Who We Are

We are a team brought together by our shared desire to have a meaningful impact in the hospital industry.

We are driven by the rapidly growing need for 24/7 monitoring services and the mandate to advance the operational, clinical, and technological capabilities of healthcare providers.

Executive Leadership

Clinical Director

Operations Leadership

Liz Garitta

Assistant Clinical Director

John Corrente

Assistant Clinical Director

Peter Dausman has recently transitioned to the role of CEO of DDI. Tom Corney, the business founder of DDI, will support Peter in a transition period of 12 months. As a graduate of the prestigious Navy Nuclear Power School, Peter spent the first eight years of his professional career implementing safety and operational excellence programs in the military and nuclear industry. A central part of Peter’s role in the nuclear industry involved using the Department of Energy’s Human Performance Manual to drive reductions in human error in critical nuclear safety environments. This manual is the same operational manual that the medical industry uses to reduce human error in hospitals. After his career in the nuclear industry, Peter worked as a strategy consultant for healthcare businesses across sectors, including ambulatory, home health, and surgery.

He holds an MBA in Finance from Kellogg Northwestern School of Management, and a BS in Systems Engineering with a Minor in Mandarin Chinese from the United States Naval Academy.

Known throughout the Long-term Acute Care and Inpatient Rehabilitation cardiac monitoring community, Hank Piascik is an industry veteran whose passion is bringing superior services to hospitals and developing leading clinical methodologies to improve patient outcomes.

In his current role, Hank Piascik oversees Digital Diagnostic’s clinical operations. He is responsible for ensuring adherence to clinical quality standards, regulatory requirements, and industry best practices, and recruiting, training, and mentoring clinical operations staff, fostering a culture of excellence, accountability, and continuous learning. Beyond his responsibilities within our organization, Hank is actively engaged in the broader healthcare community, participating in research initiatives, speaking engagements, and professional associations. He holds a M.S. in Exercise Oncology and is a certified Exercise Physiologist with the American College of Sports Medicine.

D. Edmund Anstey, MD, MPH is a noninvasive cardiologist with expertise in preventive cardiology, valvular and coronary heart disease, arrhythmic disorders and cardiomyopathies. Dr. Anstey is board certified in internal medicine, cardiology, and echocardiography. He has additional clinical experience and expertise in cardiac critical care and attends in the cardiac intensive care unit and the post-cardiac surgery step down unit at New York Presbyterian Hospital / Columbia University.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Dr. Anstey received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School. He was an Intern and Resident at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Dr. Anstey did a fellowship in cardiology and was Chief Fellow at Columbia University Irving Medical Center during which time he also obtained a Masters in Public Health from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. He went on to complete an additional advanced fellowship in echocardiography at Columbia University.