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The Squeeze of MedTech VCs: Interview with Amy Siegel, Co-Founder of S2N Health

In this interview with Amy Siegel, we learn about 4 trends that medtech start-ups should be considering when trying to raise venture capital.

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In this interview with Rohan Dixit, CEO of Lief Therapeutics, we discuss product development, how he approaches clinical research, and why they initially launched their device as an over-the-counter consumer product.

The Importance of Understanding Clinical Trial Design as a Medtech CEO: Interview with Nadim Yared, CEO of CVRx

In this interview with Nadim Yared, CEO of CVRx, we discuss his journey with the company, including Nadim’s expertise on clinical trial strategy, startup funding, and working with FDA & CMS.

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In this interview, Bruce Shook discusses medical device insurance coverage and reimbursement, as well as advice for other healthcare entrepreneurs that need to raise money.

Why Curiosity and Persistence are Crucial Characteristics for Medtech Entrepreneurs: Interview with the Legendary Dr. John Simpson, Executive Chairman of Avinger

In this interview, the legendary Dr. John Simpson shares what drew him to the field of cardiology, his approach to building a medtech team, and why knowing your strengths and limitations is key to making a difference in the lives of others.

After Selling 2 Cardiovascular Companies for Over $1 Billion, Duke Rohlen is Now Hoping to do the Same with Spirox and Advanced Cardiac Therapeutics

In this interview with Duke Rohen, he discusses how he successfully led two early-stage medtech companies at the same time and the major lessons he learned raising money for 4 different medical device companies.

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In this interview with Dr. David Albert, we learn about his incredible journey in bringing the first iPhone ECG app to market with AliveCor.

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In this interview with medtech venture capitalist, Mike Carusi, he explains why early-stage medical device companies should look at biotech and pharma for creative ways to fund their companies.

Is Medtech Venture Capital Dead in the Water? Interview with Kevin Bitterman, Principal at Polaris Venture Partners

In this interview with Kevin Bitterman, we learn what medtech venture capitalists like to see in a startup and how these early-stage medical device companies can best position themselves for success.

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In this interview with Rich Ferrari of De Novo Ventures, we learn more about the current state of medtech venture capital and the impact on medical device startups.

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