Brian O. Mohika, CEO of CathWear, LLC.
In 2012, Brian had a vision of this medical underwear which would completely change the way the bag is managed now and improve patient experience when wearing a leg bag. It inspired him to design a product and offer a solution to this very real problem. A serious problem people with catheters were having was due to the bag sliding up and down the leg, the plastic-to-skin creating contact pints, over-tightening of the straps and rashes/ skin irritations being developed. Brian had a vision in the operating room and immediately started building the prototype. From that day forward, the people wearing catheter leg bags had drastic improvements in their quality of life and were forever changed.
Today, Brian’s vision has increased and his message about the CathWear product reaches many catheter patients in need – through social media, online, in the occasional newspaper article, magazine publication, tv, radio and podcast interviews.
The message of an all in one medical underwear system for catheter leg bag users is being heard and patients’ lives are being changed.
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MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Our vision is to be patients and medical professionals’ 1st choice for their catheter and leg bag management needs. We expect to be the preeminent durable medical equipment solution for the management of leg bags. To determine the best process for medical facilities to make their leg bag patients aware of CathWear prior to and during discharge. In collaboration with
these facilities, we are confident every leg bag patient will have knowledge of their accessibility to CathWear and our availability to them.
Our executive management team, under the direction of industry leader Brian Mohika, combines many years of comprehensive medical care experience with operational and financial expertise to position CathWear for growth and success. The team has a shared commitment to lead CathWear and provide a quality product for catheter patients in need.
Brian has worked in Interventional Radiology as a Radiology Technologist for 10 years. He has assisted in numerous drainage placement procedures. He advanced his medical career by getting a second science degree. He currently works for the Visiting Nurses Association in the Merrimack Valley. He encounters many patients requiring leg bags in his day-to-day work.
Hector F. Arce
Hector has been a long-term public servant, whose medical career has been predominantly focused on critical care intensive care units. Hector has been able to treat patients with different medical conditions and diverse backgrounds. He has experience in placing Foley catheters and caring for patients with other drainage catheters/ devices. Part of his duties is educating patients on home care for the catheter-drainage systems.
Edwin serves as CathWear’s CFO with an MBA and has 14 years’ experience working within the finance industry in roles ranging from internal operations, external client-facing sales, and procurement. During his career, Edwin has held roles within investment firms such as Fidelity Investments, MassMutual Financial Group, and Citizens’ Bank. He’s been responsible for growing and retaining an investment portfolio of $27M