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Mike Rolla Alivecor

Mike Rolla

Chief Revenue Officer


Location: Atlanta

Founded: 2011

Industry: AI/Health Tech

Mike Rolla believes that just as a shrewd investor carefully selects opportunities that promise the highest yield, a prudent leader must allocate their time and resources to initiatives that align with their goals and deliver tangible results. “Time is a finite resource, and using it judiciously is essential,” said Rolla. “By concentrating my efforts only in areas that offer the most value, I’ll maximize productivity but also inspire the greater team to follow suit.”

As the chief revenue officer of AliveCor, Rolla, a second-time Titan 100, has learned to use his time wisely while focusing on relationship building and networking.

AliveCor is transforming cardiological care using deep learning. The FDA-cleared KardiaMobile device is the most clinically-validated personal ECG solution in the world and the first AI-enabled platform to aid patients and clinicians in the efficient detection of atrial fibrillation, the most common arrhythmia and one associated with a highly-elevated risk of stroke.

In the past year, since he was named a Titan 100, Rolla has made significant contributions to his professional sphere, with a focus on achieving benchmark revenue and enrollment rates for his previous employer. In his role, he worked to meet and exceed the established financial and enrollment targets and embarked on an exciting entrepreneurial journey by building a health tech advisory business based in Atlanta.

Rolla said his biggest risk has been leaving a comfortable position. “Many leaders take the significant risk of leaving a stable job or career path to pursue an uncertain opportunity and this could be starting their own business, changing industries or taking on a challenging role in a different field,” he said. “The risk here is financial security and professional stability, but the potential reward is greater fulfillment and success.”

Looking forward, Rolla said his focus is on transitioning from a direct-to-consumer model with high adoption to a business-to-business model at the enterprise level, which is a complex but rewarding shift. “The most important thing I have to do is take a 250k DTC user base and turn it into an enterprise powerhouse,” he said.

Building relationships has been instrumental throughout this journey. “Through networking and relationship building, my presence at events and active engagement has allowed me to cultivate valuable connections,” said Rolla. “My commitment to facilitating industry connections underscores a genuine desire to assist fellow professionals in the community and I strive to create a supportive and collaborative environment where individuals can establish crucial contacts and embark on new ventures, thereby fostering innovation and shared success.”

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