The HyperbaricLink website and blog are written, produced, and directed by AJ Saulsberry and Ron Mills, who are experienced specialists in healthcare communications and information technology, not doctors. They are dedicated to building a quality information resource for the field of hyperbaric oxygen therapy: one that you don't have to be a healthcare professional to understand.

AJ Saulsberry

Founder and Publisher, Arthur created HyperbaricLink in 2009 to fulfill the need for an independent information resource about hyperbaric oxygen therapy for consumers and referring physicians. He brings more than 20 years experience as a software developer, database designer, project manager, and director of software development. Arthur has worked with some of the world’s largest information technology and financial services companies, including Digital Equipment Corp. (now part of HP) and Fidelity Investments, creating and implementing software these organizations used to run their businesses.

“I’m enthusiastic about using cloud computing technology to build new channels to connect patients and referring physicians with healthcare services. Our company can leverage powerful tools and techniques from the enterprise IT world to create new kinds of information resources for specialty healthcare providers.” — Arthur

Ron Mills

Co-Founder and Editor, Ron joined HyperbaricLink to help create an accessible and reliable healthcare information resource. He brings over 20 years experience in healthcare journalism, communications, and public relations at Ernst & Young and other leading consulting firms, editing a dozen books and many journal articles along the way. Ron has managed major accounts for Publicis and other ad agencies serving pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers. He launched and commercialized the LifePort Kidney Transporter, recognized by BusinessWeek for excellence in market and financial performance as well as strategic and social impact. Ron received a Master of Arts in English Language and Literature from the University of Michigan in 1985.

“Independent, carefully curated specialty medical sites like ours have an important role to play in the future of healthcare information on the web. Consumers want some help helping themselves and seek out websites that provide friendly guidance and reliable information.” — Ron

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