Check out the most recent interviews with world-class medical device and health technology founders and CEOs.
The Power of Storytelling in a Medical Device Startup
Torrey Smith, CEO of Endiatx, breaks down the unique online networking strategies that helped him connect with venture capitalist investors and influential physicians, plus his company's plans to achieve FDA clearance for the PillBot through a fast-tracked regulatory process.
First Impressions are Crucial in Medtech
Retia Medical CEO Marc Zemel talks about his experience bringing game-changing software to the medtech industry, why first impressions are critical, and how to ensure you have built-in safety mechanisms during third-party diligence processes.
Creative Ways to Market Your Technology While Navigating the Regulatory Landscape
X-trodes CEO Ziv Peremen discusses the company’s Smart Skin technology and reveals that by making it commercially accessible in a creative way, he’s gained invaluable data, discovered new commercial uses for the product, and established key relationships as they await regulatory approval.
Marrying Clinical Outcomes with Cost Savings
Hinge Health President, and former Chief Commercial Officer for Livongo Health, Jim Pursley discusses finding the right market, being your own biggest critic, and marrying clinical improvements with cost savings.
Lessons Learned Bootstrapping a Startup from $0 to $20 Million
Scott Nelson, founder of Medsider and numerous medtech startups, tells how each of his career transitions brought invaluable lessons, the risk and reward of leaving corporate life, the essential values for any medical device founder, and how to find opportunities that are rooted in your experiences.
Building a Consumer-Focused Medtech Business
Tivic Health Co-founder and CEO Jennifer Ernst talks about why direct-to-consumer business models will be the next big focus in medtech, and how patients can play a key role in boosting support and evidence for over-the-counter medical devices.
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How to Build a Strong Network of Investors and Partners for Your Medtech Startup
DermaSensor CEO Cody Simmons shares why he thinks companies need to focus on regulatory and reimbursement alignment from the very beginning, the importance of finding ally investors, and how to build trust with potential partners in your network.
Why Your Product Should Generate Revenue Versus Reduce Costs
Cognetivity Neurosciences Co-founder and CEO Sina Habibi discusses the importance of collaborating with regulators and end users, why he primarily focuses on the value of revenue generation versus cost savings, and the benefits of teaming up with an expert fundraiser.
Demonstrating Value with Robust Clinical Trial Data
Miracor Medical CEO Olivier Delporte explains why he advocates for randomized clinical trials, how remote monitoring tools can make clinical trial programs more efficient, and why startups should increase their fundraising goals.
How to Convince Investors, Payers, and Patients Your Device is Worth the Cost
Bone Health Technologies CEO Laura Yecies shares why you should look for investors who are passionate about your mission, how FDA clearance can boost consumer confidence in your technology, and why patients should be at the center of everything you do.
The Importance of Going All In On Your Medtech Business
SynerFuse Co-Founders Justin Zenanko and Greg Molnar share their experience launching an innovative therapy to address chronic back pain, how they are navigating challenging regulatory waters, and why they chose to invest heavily in their own venture.
Why You Should Weigh the Global and Economic Impact of Your Technology
David Neale, CEO and co-founder of Argá Medtech, explains how being a multinational company increased their chances of success, and why startups should incorporate economic outcomes into their clinical studies.
How To Make Health Technology Fun and Accessible
Osso VR CEO Justin Barad shares how he avoids being pulled in multiple directions with his technology, why it’s important to let potential customers get hands-on with your platform, and why tech can and should be fun — even in healthcare.