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Join us on DeviceAlliance's Podcast: MedTech Radio where we interview today's brightest minds in Southern California's medical device industry. Each episode deconstructs complex topics and provides the tactics, tools, and strategies to overcome tomorrow's challenges. DeviceAlliance strives to be the one-stop-shop at the center of the medical device ecosystem helping drive collaboration, innovation, and career development for all device professionals in Southern California.
 
Brought to you by the Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed), MedTech POV with Scott Whitaker is a podcast that covers the intersection of medtech and policy from every perspective. Tune in to each episode for interesting discussions with medtech and health care policy leaders on issues that are driving the day—from business, to policy, and current events, all viewed through the lens of the medtech industry.
 
Welcome to MedTech Trailblazers where Andrew Cleeland, CEO of Fogarty Innovation, hosts in-depth conversations with the disruptors and innovators in the field of medical technology. Join him as he shares their insightful stories, effective leadership styles and what they're doing to transform patient outcomes and shape the future of human health.
 
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MedTech True Quality Stories

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This is MedTech True Quality Stories, hosted by Jon Speer, founder and VP of QA/RA at Greenlight Guru. Each week, we embark on a new storytelling journey with different MedTech executives as they share real-world, actionable best practices for medical device leaders. Listeners will gain invaluable insights into how these industry pioneers are successfully imagining, implementing, and improving True Quality medical devices.
 
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In this episode of Medsider Radio, we’re sitting down with Patricia Zilliox, wo has spent her entire career working in ophthalmology, including 30 years at American-Swiss medical company Alcon. In 2017, Patricia became CEO of Eyevensys, a biotech company in the clinical stage of making a drug delivery system to fight various eye diseases. In this i…
 
In this episode, Giovanni Lauricella and Janelle Goulard discuss her background in the healthtech space, their focus around advanced materials, why they invest in hardtech, their average check size, what geographies they invest in, the evolution of their five funds, the exit times in Medtech and why that influenced them to move to later stage, thei…
 
In this episode of Medtech Matters, a podcast focused on the medical device manufacturing industry and the factors impacting it, we speak with Dr. Tamir Wolf, CEO and Co-Founder of Theator. He discusses his company and why capturing a video record of a surgery is beneficial to physicians. He speaks to the educational advantages that can be realized…
 
Your Medtech brand is not something an agency gives to you. Nor is it something you buy. Your brand is defined by the relationship you have with your customers, and it’s shaped by the messages you send and the response those messages elicit. Getting the attention of busy physicians and hospital executives is more challenging than ever for medical d…
 
Mike Mussallem, Chairman and CEO of Edwards Lifesciences joined AdvaMed’s Scott Whitaker on the Medtech POV podcast to talk about changes to federal policy that could speed up the process of getting life-saving medical technology to patients.
 
While he needs no introduction, it’s always an honor to list Dr. Tom Fogarty’s many accomplishments over his nearly eight-decade career as one of the medical device industry’s most prolific inventors. Dr. Fogarty has had a profound and lasting impact on patients, on healthcare, on innovation on our industry and many of its leaders. As an internatio…
 
In this episode, our guest Mitch Robbins and Duane Mancini discuss his background in recruiting, the current demand for Medtech talent, the future of remote work, progression of going from fractionalized to full time team members, passive vs. active recruitment, how do you attract top talent as a Medtech startup, how many applicants can companies e…
 
In this episode of Medtech Matters, a podcast focused on the medical device manufacturing industry and the factors impacting it, we speak with Amit Phadnis, chief digital officer at GE Healthcare. He makes several predictions for the new year about how technology will impact the delivery of healthcare. Topics of discussion include the reduction of …
 
In this episode, our host Giovanni Lauricella and our guest Daniel Hawkins from Avail Medsystems discuss his $100 million raise, his experience at Intuitive Surgical and what it was like to be employee number 6, his exit to Johnson and Johnson, his experience in raising money at Sofinova, his promise he made to investors, he discusses his strategy …
 
In this episode of Medsider Radio, we caught up with the HealthQuest Capital Founder, Garheng Kong, who worked at GlaxoSmithKline, McKinsey and TherOx before transitioning into the world of healthcare investing with Intersouth Partners and Sofinnova. Garheng’s resume is broad and deep. He has earned numerous degrees from two of the nation’s most pr…
 
In this episode of Medtech Matters, a podcast focused on the medical device manufacturing industry and the factors impacting it, we speak with Andrew Ekdahl, worldwide president of joint reconstruction at DePuy Synthes. He offers insight on the company’s approach to knee replacement, blending a number of technologies to achieve a restoration. Ekdah…
 
In this episode, Bradley and Duane Mancini discuss his background in the Medtech space, the timeline of exiting to a Medtech strategic, his new Project at Covellus and the unique path to market he has taken, his thoughts on who is his core team members, the importance of augmenting your weaknesses when building your core team, intellectual property…
 
In this episode of Medtech Matters, a podcast focused on the medical device manufacturing industry and the factors impacting it, we speak with Kathy Lee-Sepsick, founder and CEO of Femasys. She provides an overview of how the company’s technology is helping women who are dealing with infertility. She also speaks about a device that enables a non-su…
 
In this episode of Medtech Matters, a podcast focused on the medical device manufacturing industry and the factors impacting it, we speak with Dr. Asha Parekh, a biomedical engineer and CEO of Front Line Medical. She explains how the COBRA-OS can stop internal bleeding to prevent patients from dying due to loss of blood. She also explains how the t…
 
Lishan Aklog, MD, Chairman and CEO of PAVmed joined AdvaMed’s Scott Whitaker on the Medtech POV podcast to talk about the way the reimbursement system works for medtech companies and the impact it has on raising capital and getting life-saving medical technology to patients.
 
Lisa Earnhardt, Executive Vice President, Medical Devices, at Abbott joined AdvaMed’s Scott Whitaker on the Medtech POV podcast to discuss how innovation and technology are helping patients manage diabetes, allowing them to live fuller and better lives.
 
In this episode, Giovanni and Ahmed discuss how far $14,000 can go if you are capital efficient, the bioenter program at University of California - Irvine, how he founded his company, how he raised their initial sum of money, the importance of constant communication with investors, and so much more. Ahmed Zobi LinkedIn Syntr Health Technologies Web…
 
In this episode, Giovanni and Eyal discuss the fascinating reason why they chose the name Peregrine Ventures, his history in the Medtech space, where their various funds invest in the lifecycle of a Medtech company, comparing Israel to the other health science startup hubs, the future of Israel and how it will center around manufacturing technology…
 
In this episode of Medsider Radio, we’re talking with Lightpoint Medical CEO Graeme Smith, a medtech veteran with over 32 years of experience in the industry. After joining Lightpoint earlier this year, Graeme was charged with commercializing its drop-in gamma probe, SENSEI, a revolutionary tool used in surgeries to non-invasively identify the pres…
 
In this episode, Giovanni and Juan discuss how they came up with the name, Keiretsu Forum, how the group was founded, the size of their group, the number of deals they do a year, the various skills that you should develop as a Medtech Startup CEO, how much they typically invest and when they can expect the money to hit the bank account, why selling…
 
In this episode, Craig and Duane Mancini discuss what his team is currently working on at UpLyft, his first company that he started, his experience with non-dilutive capital in Ohio, his advice on raising capital, how he raised money in his first company, why his company focused on digital marketing and the benefit, and so much more. Craig Misrach …
 
In this episode, Giovanni, Emily and David discuss grand funding from the NIH, the small business funding group she oversees, her background in the health tech space, why entrepreneurs might want to get non-dilutive NIH funding, the mechanics of how this non-dilutive funding works, the blueprint Medtech program, how they provide access to resources…
 
In this episode, Giovanni and Gautam discuss “doing the right the thing” and the good karma it will bring, his role at The Capital Partnership, the typical check size of each of their funds, where he sees the Medtech space going in the future, their strategy when investing in companies, their connection to Schfimed companies, where there current in…
 
In this episode of Medtech Matters, a podcast focused on the medical device manufacturing industry and the factors impacting it, we speak with Bryan Lord, CEO and co-Founder of Pristine Surgical. He provides a number of reasons why disposable endoscopes should be indicated for medical procedures. Lord also highlights some of the challenges with reu…
 
In this episode, Alejandro and Duane Mancini discuss why it is so difficult to get to a specialist in the US healthcare system, his new book “healthcare from the trenches” and why he wrote it, the barriers to use for your product and why a startup needs to be concerned with this issue, the adoption of technology and why “too many hands in the cooki…
 
In this episode, Giovanni and Anne discuss Sofinnova and where they focus their investments, MD Start and the relationship between MD Start and Sofinnova, her new start-up company called Moon Surgical, being with something from inception through exit and how that math works from an investment side, and more. Anne Osdoit LinkedIn Sofinnova Website G…
 
In this episode of Medsider Radio, we caught up with Steve Anderson, CEO of Preceptis Medical, and a serial medical device entrepreneur. While serving as CEO of Acorn Cardiovascular, he and a neighbor came up with the idea of creating a device that could help doctors insert a tube in children’s ears in the doctor’s office instead of the operating r…
 
In this episode, Jon and Duane discuss the issue of clinical data collection in medical device development, the lack of clinical data for products on the market, the need for balance between innovation and safety, why you need to think about clinical data early, why sales and marketing need to have a heavy influence in your clinical data collection…
 
In this episode, Giovanni and Sascha discuss how he became the Managing Partner at SHS, where they focus from a stage of company and geographical area, the hardline of having revenue before they invest, the major differences of going public in the US and Europe for later stage companies, the affect of EU MDR on the region and innovation, their due …
 
In this episode, Giovanni and Juan discuss how the name of Action Potential Venture Capital came about, what kind of technology they focus in and how they choose their investments, what round they prefer to invest, how does being a corporate venture capital firm acting as traditional venture capital group affect their investment, and more. Juan Cue…
 
Dubbed as a “walking encyclopedia of medtech experiences, innovations and impact,” Hanson Gifford, CEO and managing director of The Foundry, has been directly involved with or founded over 30 companies in the past 40 years. In this episode, he rejoins Andrew Cleeland, CEO of Fogarty Innovation, as he shares his views on teamwork, investing, digital…
 
In this episode of Medtech Matters, a podcast focused on the medical device manufacturing industry and the factors impacting it, we speak with Carlton Weatherby, vice president and general manager of Spine and Biologics at Medtronic. He provides insight on why the organization acquired Mazor and Titan Spine, the strategy for the division to address…
 
In this episode, Michelle and Duane discuss discuss her focus on startups, when to get a regulatory strategy done, why regulatory strategy is crucial and should be a part of your business plan, why you need to be careful when building your website, when it makes sense to use a stepwise regulatory approach, benefits to a De Novo pathway, could the U…
 
In this episode, Giovanni and James discuss creating a culture at a start-up that people want to be a part of, how he founded Access Vascular, why doing sales was important for his success as a Medtech CEO, the ability to find and fill the gaps as a Medtech startup, how he raised money for Access Vascular, his tips for Medtech companies for overall…
 
In this episode, Neil and Duane discuss his new company and what they are working on, his background as a practicing physician, why they are a class III medical device, the lack of innovation and funding in women’s healthcare, why they weren’t afraid of a PMA process with the FDA, first time fundraising as a CEO, and more. Neil Ray LinkedIn Raydian…
 
Kurt Azarbarzin grew up valuing discipline, hard work and a can-do attitude, and he credits much of his success to continuing to work and live by those principles. Having moved to the United States from Tehran, Iran in late 1970's as a senior in High School, Kurt was fortunate to live with an American family who knew his own family well. He enjoyed…
 
In this episode, Andy and Duane discuss how his journey has prepared him for being a CEO in the Medtech space, what they are working on at Koya Medical, where are they going next, what he has learned in each phase of his career so far, the importance of trust of team, the importance of who you raise capital from and why you should value that over h…
 
In this episode, Giovanni and Yoav discuss what Health IL is, how are they funded and what their focus is, how they work with Israel startup companies, what makes Israel so special, what is Israel’s limitations, and more. Yoav Fisher LinkedIn HealthIL Website Giovanni Lauricella LinkedIn Project Medtech LinkedIn Project Medtech Website…
 
In this episode, Giovanni and Oliver discuss corporate venture, how Intuitive works with startups in the Medtech space, how they invest, the due diligence process from a strategic vs. venture capital group, how they evaluate potential investments, future funds, and more. Oliver Keown LinkedIn Intuitive Website Giovanni Lauricella LinkedIn Project M…
 
Hanson Gifford, CEO and managing partner of The Foundry, is perhaps best known as a co-founder of this iconic Silicon Valley-based incubator that has blazed the path for numerous successful medtech companies, developing cutting-edge treatments that address a broad range of large, unmet clinical needs. In this episode, he joins Andrew Cleeland as he…
 
In this episode of Medsider Radio, we caught up with chemical engineer and serial entrepreneur Peter Vranes, the Co-Founder and CEO of Nutromics, an Australian medtech company that is developing a digitally connected wearable patch to track molecular targets. Previously, Peter founded Biocore Technologies, which developed natural cosmeceutical skin…
 
In this Medtech Matters podcast episode of Mike on Medtech with Mike Drues, president of Vascular Sciences, we look at ways in which medical device manufacturers can benefit from a commercial strategy standpoint through the leveraging of its regulatory strategy. Knowing how to make the regulatory process more challenging to help prevent “me too” pr…
 
In this episode, David and I discuss what he is currently working on, how he builds his teams and the pillars of his companies, his book Innovation In Translation, good money vs. bad money, the strategies he has deployed to raise capital in different companies, evolution of the importance of reimbursement, the importance of IP and why you need to h…
 
In this episode, Giovanni and Lucien discuss raising capital from China, China’s massive interventional cardiology market, how they used Mavie to help raise capital in China, the timeline of raising capital, their relationship with Microport, what value does an investment banker bring, and more. Lucien Goffart LinkedIn Robocath Website Giovanni Lau…
 
In this episode, Giovanni and Thom discuss what it is like to be a venture capital group in Europe, how the MDR is affecting Medtech deal flow, where they focus their investments, the importance of the experience of selling something, the similarities between marketing and venture capital, and more. Thom Rasche LinkedIn Earlybird Venture Capital We…
 
In this episode of Medtech Matters, a podcast focused on the medical device manufacturing industry and the factors impacting it, we speak with Jackie Butler, director of BIO El Paso – Juarez, and Philip Morton, product development lab manager at MCA. They offer insights on how strong the region has been in supporting medical device manufacturers an…
 
In this episode, Krista and Duane discuss the return on your investment if you focus on building your digital footprint and when to do it. Krista Moon LinkedIn Ascend Business Growth Website Duane Mancini LinkedIn Project Medtech LinkedIn Project Medtech Website
 
In this episode, Giovanni and John discuss his role and what they do at Accelmed, what is private equity, the difference between private equity vs. venture capital, what they look for in an investment, and more. John Gillings LinkedIn Accelmed Website Giovanni Lauricella LinkedIn Project Medtech LinkedIn Project Medtech Website…
 
In this episode of Medsider Radio, we’re talking with ReShape Lifesciences CEO Bart Bandy, who started out selling medical equipment door-to-door, then landed a spot in the first sales class for Ethicon Endo-Surgery. He ran the company’s global sales and managed the San Francisco division, before becoming Group Marketing Manager of Karl Storz Endos…
 
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