According to Investopedia, Disruptive Technologies are described as:
A technology that significantly alters the way that businesses operate. A disruptive technology may force companies to alter the way that they approach their business, risk losing market share or risk becoming irrelevant. Recent examples of disruptive technologies include smart phones and the e-commerce retailing.
We are excited to share our discovery of the The Business of Healthcare radio show, provided by Wharton Health Care and brought to you weekly by Sirius XM Channel 111.
Next Session – Tuesday, July 12th at 12:00 pm EST for their session on Disruptive Technologies in Healthcare
Join host Jeff Voigt, MBA, MPH. Jeff is Principal of Medical Device Consultants of Ridgewood, LLC, a firm dedicated to helping early stage medical technology companies with reimbursement with a focus on identifying value through cost-effectiveness analysis.
Scheduled panelists include:
- Tony Grover, VP Business Development, Banyan Biomarkers
- Ty Atteberry, Acting President, Monteris Medical
- Stacey Stevens, Executive Vice President, Marketing and Strategy, iCAD
We look forward to learning about ways new disruptive technologies will improve healthcare. We’ll be listening and hope you will be too!