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Dr. Ariel Soffer

Founder and Chairman of the Board

Dr. Ariel Soffer is the founder and CEO of the Soffer Health Institute and its three divisions: Soffer Vein, Soffer Heart, and Soffer Rejuvenation. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and in Cardiovascular Disease and is a Fellow in the American College of Cardiology. He has served as the Chief of Cardiology for Jackson North Medical Center, the Chief of Medicine of Hollywood Medical Center and as the Official Doctor and Cardiologist of the NHL’s Florida Panthers. He is also currently Assistant Professor of Medicine at Florida International University and Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Soffer has been nominated in the Guide to America’s Top Cardiologist. He is a pioneer in new endovenous laser ablation techniques for the treatment of varicose veins and regularly trains other cardiologists and cardiovascular surgeons. He was the CEO of one of the largest multi-specialty practices in South Florida for over a decade and is a board member or consultant for multiple private and public companies including AngioDynamics, the Frost Group, Florida Value Fund, Vicor Technologies, University Nuclear Diagnostics, etc. He is the author of Mitral Valve Prolapse: A Comprehensive Patient's Guide to a Happier and Healthier Life and has published several articles on a wide range of cardiovascular topics.
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Christopher Cabell

Chief Executive Officer

Chris Cabell is an innovative technology architect, graphic designer and entrepreneur. As co-founder and CTO of AppwoRx, he brings over fifteen years of software development experience to the organization. Prior to forming AppwoRx, Chris was the President and CEO of Appworks LLC, a software development company specializing in enterprise level mobile software. Under his leadership, Appworks LLC developed and launch over 150 mobile and web applications for Fortune 500 companies, world-class brands, and government entities. Mr. Cabell also served as the IT Operations Director for First Magnus Financial from 2003 to 2007. During his tenure, First Magnus was recognized by Inc. magazine as one of the 500 fastest growing companies in the US.