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Gain insights from leaders as they discuss their experiences guiding the organizations that make Medical Alley the epicenter of health innovation and care. Join us for conversations with top healthcare CEOs, startup entrepreneurs, and other experts in healthcare community who are doing innovative work right here in Medical Alley.
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With locations in 13 cities throughout the country and a large presence in healthcare, SEI has a good footprint throughout the United States. But there are some factors that make this consulting firm unique. Among them is that SEI is employee owned, meaning each consultant is personally invested in the success of the company — and the success of th…
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Dan Cohen was a competitive athlete for a long time, playing hockey into college and eventually becoming a professional triathlete. He realized the importance of different data points as it related to his physical condition, but he struggled to find all of the important data in one place. That's the goal of Human Powered Health, a newer company in …
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To make mental health care more accessible and impactful for patients and employees, mental health providers and insurance companies in Medical Alley have formed partnerships and had ongoing conversations as they work together to destigmatize mental health care and help people feel empowered to seek the care they need. On this week’s episode of the…
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Rob Kress founded Waypost Advisors in March of 2020 with the goal of helping small and mid-size companies with their supply chain needs. The timing just so happened to coincide with the COVID-19 pandemic, which created substantial supply chain challenges for companies of all industries. That meant Waypost Advisors was busy from the get-go, and cont…
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As a pediatric hospitalist, Dr. Michael Pitt is familiar with the importance of making the rounds at a hospital. But within that system, he saw inefficiencies that led to patients and their families being uncertain of when they'd see their doctor next. That meant having to wait potentially hours without knowing when the rounds would take place. Dr.…
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On this special episode of the Medical Alley Podcast, we revisit conversations with three leaders from the community who are doing impactful work to make mental health care more accessible. First, we hear a highlight of our conversation with Jorie Kulseth of Children's Minnesota. Jorie joined our Ben Wagner at Mental Health Awareness Day at the 202…
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Listen a replay of this webinar to hear the stories of two groundbreaking companies working to revolutionize their fields. Dr. Elise Jenkins from Opto Biosystems and Dr. Grayson Zulauf of Resonant Link discussed how they’ve partnered to advance implantable neurotechnology. They also shared actionable insights on what it takes to develop a new medic…
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This episode of of the Medical Alley Podcast is a replay of a webinar hosted on January 31st titled: “Transforming Regulatory Compliance with Artificial Intelligence,” sponsored by RegDesk. The discussion focused on how artificial intelligence is impacting regulatory compliance, with a look at the growing complexity in the regulatory space and why …
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Leadership can be hard, especially in healthcare. Those tasked with leading companies or managing teams working on potentially live-saving technology or services can face plenty of stress and uncertainty, especially with the changes in the work environment post-pandemic. Sometimes those leaders need executive coaches, which is where groups like The…
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Artificial intelligence enabled devices are changing the landscape of medical devices and are subject to evolving regulation. Listen back to a replay of our webinar from late last year as team of lawyers from Covington & Burling LLP discuss key considerations for the AI-enabled medical device space, including current best practices for industry par…
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Forty years ago, Earl Bakken helped establish Medical Alley to ensure that Minnesota's healthcare ecosystem remained strong. Prior to helping found Medical Alley, Bakken famously founded Medtronic. But his inspiration and love of science and technology started as a kid when he fell in love with the movie "Frankenstein." Many years later, Bakken's l…
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Not all internships are created equally. Minnetronix Medical — a medical device contract manufacturer — has had its internship program in place for decades, but the pandemic shifted the way the company approaches its internships. Students who work for Minnetronix end up getting valuable hands-on experience, impactful mentorships, and the ability to…
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Dr. Pearce McCarty has been an orthopedic surgeon for over 15 years, but he more recently he has scratched an entrepreneurial itch. In 2020, Pearce co-founded DOCSI, a platform that helps optimize preference card uses among physicians and surgeons. On this week's Medical Alley Podcast, Pearce joins our Frank Jaskulke in studio to share more about h…
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Since it began in 2008, the University of Minnesota's Medical Valuation Laboratory has worked on nearly 500 projects. The lab conducts assessments of medical device innovations and draws in students from various schools at the U of M — including law students, MBA students, medical students and more. This approach helps professionals evaluate their …
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Scott Nelson has spent a good portion of his career in the medtech space. As a serial entrepreneur, he has helped start a number of different medtech companies. His latest venture, FastWave Medical, is developing intravascular lithotripsy (IVL) systems for treatment of arterial calcification. On this week's Medical Alley Podcast, Scott joins more t…
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Mental health concerns have been on the rise for kids and teens, and Bend Health was founded with the goal of addressing those concerns. Monika Roots, MD, FAPA, built on her experience as a child and adolescent psychiatrist to co-found Bend Health with her husband Kurt. Bend Health offers a family-based digital mental health platform to help childr…
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Envoy Medical is a pioneer in the world of hearing health. The Medical Alley-based company has been around for 30 years and is doing truly innovative work with its fully-implantable devices used to treat hearing loss. Brent Lucas fell in love with Envoy Medical as an intern years ago and is now the company's CEO. He joined us in studio this week to…
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As one of the founders of Minute Clinic, Steve Pontius knows a thing or two about successfully starting and running an innovative healthcare company. After CVS purchased Minute Clinic in 2006, Steve has gone on to work for a few different companies. His latest, HealtheMed, is helping break down barriers to healthcare access for the Medicaid waivere…
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Poor sleep has plenty of side effects — especially if it's a result of sleep apnea. It can range from more minor consequences such as feeling tired all the time to more major long-term implications like heart attacks. That's why treating sleep issues early is so important, and it's why ADVENT has continued to grow from a single clinic in Milwaukee …
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Mental health continues to be a focus for many healthcare providers throughout Medical Alley, and Allina Health is no different. It's something that Allina President and CEO Lisa Shannon cares deeply about, and is helping lead the organization's efforts to create more access to mental healthcare for its patients. On this week's episode of the Medic…
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Benjamin Zander is the conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, and is the co-author of "The Art of Possibility." He has also a gifted speaker who had spoken to audiences around the world about leadership and awakening possibility in others. Benjamin will be the keynote speaker at the upcoming Medical Alley Summit on Feb. 8 at the Four Seaso…
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When PRO-TECH Design says it's a family business, it means it. Pamela McMaster founded the company back in 1980 in California, and now her two sons — Aaron Swanson and Jeff Swanson — are helping run the company. Aaron serves as president, while Jeff is the company's VP of sales. The duo became the first set of brothers to join us on the Medical All…
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We had so many great guests on the podcast in 2023 and enjoyed all the conversations with leaders from Medical Alley who are all working to help make this region the epicenter of health innovation and care. Thank you to all of our guests on the podcast this year, and to all of you who tuned in to listen. As we look ahead to the new year, we first l…
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CLA (CliftonLarsonAllen LLP) is a Medical Alley Starts sponsor and provides financial and tax consulting, as well as fractional CFO and outsourcing services. CLA offers a 25% discount to qualifying startups for the first year of working together. On this week's Medical Alley Podcast, startup principal Filip Kostal is joined by five experienced prac…
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The medical device industry is in a new era—the consumerization era. Historically, we focused on meeting rigorous requirements of safety and efficacy. Today, we must meet a new set of standards. Safety and efficacy, of course. But also, intuitiveness and sophistication. This has big implications not just for the devices you design but also for how …
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In countries with significantly aging populations like Japan and parts of Western Europe, wound care is the third biggest expense to their national healthcare systems. As the population in the United States continues to age, wound care will be a very important aspect of the healthcare system. That's why Nima Ahmadi co-founded The Wound Company, a M…
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Keeping patients out of the hospital is the major goal of many policy and innovation experts. But sometimes it can't be avoided. Before a patient arrives, our Emergency Medical Services community intervenes. Challenges of policy and payment, as well as advances in innovation are transforming the pre-hospital space. This webinar from July of 2023 hi…
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Integrating biodesign principles can drive innovative breakthroughs in medical device technology. But what exactly is biodesign, and how can medtech companies utilize it to drive innovation? On this week's Medical Alley Podcast, Greg Johnson of Veranex and Todd Brinton of Edwards Lifesciences join to share more about biodesign and how they've utili…
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November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, so we're joined by Dr. Andrew Mayo of St. Croix Hospice to learn more about how hospice care fits into the healthcare continuum. As the Chief Medical Officer at St. Croix Hospice, Dr. Mayo — great grandson of one of the Mayo brothers — knows how important hospice can be to patients at the end …
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Healthcare companies are continuing to explore ways in which artificial intelligence can be used to deliver better care to patients and to ease workflow. But bringing AI from the bench to the bedside can be a challenge. That's where Lucem Health comes in. Born as a spinout of Mayo Clinic and Mayo Clinic Platform, Lucem Health is helping accelerate …
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Throughout the course of this year, the Medical Alley Podcast has shared different stories of member companies who are doing innovative work in pain management. This week’s episode continues that conversation, as we’re joined by Maria Bennett, President, CEO and Founder of SPR Therapeutics. Maria first had the idea for SPR Therapeutics’ proprietary…
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When it comes to funding for cancer research, funding for childhood cancers is far behind what is spent on adult cancers. The Children's Cancer Research Fund focuses exclusively on supporting research that can have the biggest impact on ending children's cancers. On this week's Medical Alley Podcast episode, Jean Machart joins in studio to share mo…
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Children's Minnesota is the only healthcare system in Minnesota that cares exclusively for children. That's why they're able to call themselves The Kid Experts®. In recent months, Children's Minnesota has rolled out new technologies and new offerings that have enhanced its already robust level of care it can offer its patients. On this special epis…
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Ear infections are a common ailment among children, but the process of putting tubes in kids' ears can be intimidating for families. Thanks to Medical Alley member company Preceptis and its Hummingbird procedure, the ear tube procedure takes just a matter of minutes and doesn't require anesthesia. On this week's Medical Alley Podcast, we talk with …
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Get your free MD&M expo pass and learn more about the event at advancedmanufacturingminneapolis.com. Send us a message! Follow Medical Alley on social media on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.Av tmason@medicalalley.org (The Medical Alley Association)
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In the final episode of our three-part series in partnership with the Association of Black Cardiologists and the Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association, we welcome Dr. Yvonne Commodore-Mensah and Dr. Tiffany Powell-Wiley to the podcast for a conversation about obesity in America and the role that social determinants of health play in the epid…
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As we continue our podcast series with the Association of Black Cardiologists and the Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association, we turn the focus to the workforce. On the second episode of this three-part series, Nikki Akparewa and Dr. Michelle Johnson join Frank Jaskulke to discuss the increasing strain on an already strained healthcare workfo…
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We have once again partnered with the Association of Black Cardiologists and the Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association for a three-part content series. This year's collaboration is a three-episode podcast series. Today's first episode features special guests Sam Hoeffler of Reinvestment Partners and Dr. Rimsky Denis, a structural and interve…
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Earlier this year, Denny Royal of MentorMate wrote an article that asked the question: Is digital health dead? (Spoiler alert: it's not.) Denny joined in studio for this week's episode of the Medical Alley Podcast to discuss that article and much more on the topic of design as it relates to digital health. Send us a message! Follow Medical Alley on…
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The supply chain landscape in healthcare is a complicated one, especially for ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs). On this week's Medical Alley Podcast, we're joined by Tonia Kraus of triValence to examine the state of supply chains for ASCs. Tonia has over 30 years of supply chain experience and was recently named one of 35 health system supply chai…
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Monday, Aug. 28, 2023 was Mental Health Awareness Day at the Minnesota State Fair. This special edition of the Medical Alley Podcast was recorded on location at Dan Patch Park at the fair, as we were joined by a number of different organizations doing great work in the mental health space. Guests included: -Jorie Kulseth, Children's Minnesota -Mich…
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Dr. Josh Makower is a Professor of Medicine & Bioengineering at Stanford University and is also the Director & Co-Founder, Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign. He joined this week's Medical Alley Podcast for a wide-ranging conversation. Dr. Makower joined Medical Alley's Frank Jaskulke to discuss his Perfect Storm presentation, share more about the…
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As a statistician, Scott Brown loves data. He's been putting that love of data to good use in his current role as Chief Scientific Strategist at BRIGHT Research Partners. Scott joined this week's podcast to discuss more about BRIGHT's work as a contract research organization. He also talks about his interesting career path that ultimately led him t…
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Neuromodulation is not a new concept, but companies continue to innovate in that space to help deliver better outcomes to patients. One of those companies is Saluda Medical, which was founded in Australia but has since established a presence in Minnesota. On this week's Medical Alley Podcast, Saluda President and CEO Jim Schuermann joins to share m…
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Since beginning her career working for the World Health Organization, Sheri Dodd developed a passion for health equity and has since devoted her professional life to advancing health equity in a variety of ways. As a member of the Medical Alley Board of Directors, Sheri was instrumental in launching the Women in Health Leadership series (now known …
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