The Healthcare Technology Report's Top 25 Women Leaders in Medical Devices of 2023

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The Healthcare Technology Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Women Leaders in Medical Devices of 2023

The Healthcare Technology Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Women Leaders in Medical Devices of 2023. Technology is advancing at a rapid pace across industries, and perhaps nowhere is that more true than in the medical device market. In fact, according to Fortune Business Insights, the global market is projected to grow from roughly $495 billion in 2022 to nearly $719 billion by 2029 at a CAGR of 5.5%. There is intense competition in the market, and the women on this year’s list and the companies they represent have found success innovating across a range of specialties, from insulin management systems to regenerative technologies, electrotherapy, and wireless surgical solutions.

Some of the distinguished leaders on this year’s list include Tania Saison, SVP and CCO/CRO of Edwards Lifesciences, who oversees the company’s Global Integrity Program, which establishes a comprehensive framework for ensuring compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and standards of conduct. Meanwhile, Jennifer Ernst, CEO of Tivic Health, built her company from founding to IPO in 5 years and put an award-winning medical device into market within 3 years. And Manisha Shah-Bugaj, COO of Activ Surgical, oversees the ongoing development and commercialization of the company’s products, including ActivSight™ Intelligent Light, which aims to provide enhanced visualization and real-time, on-demand surgical insights in the operating room.

The awardees on this year’s list lead from a range of positions, from President and CEO to SVP, EVP, and COO. What they have in common is their dedication to innovation in the medical device space, bringing revolutionary new devices to market and improving the lives of patients and clinicians alike. Please join us in celebrating The Top 25 Women Leaders in Medical Devices of 2023.

Tania Saison (Edwards Lifesciences), Simona Serban (Fresenius Medical Care), Aviva McPherron (NuVasive), Elizabeth Sebern McCombs (BD), Niamh Pellegrini (Nevro), Lena Hagman (XVIVO), Jennifer Ernst (Tivic Health), Manisha Shah-Bugaj (Activ Surgical), Abba Lucsok (Zynex Medical), Sreelakshmi Kolli (Align Technology), Deborah Gordon (Insulet), Suzanne Winter (Accuray), Sandra Hirsch (Zyris, Inc.), Tavia Walsh (Pulse Technologies), Jennifer Honeycutt (Danaher), Pooja Pathak (LumiraDx), Kelli Howell (Alphatec Spine), Alison Burdett (The Surgical Company), Rhonda Robb (Cardiovascular Systems, Inc.), Jessica Lynch (DentalMonitoring), Rebecca Lin (Potrero Medical), Kristie West (Orchid Orthopedic Solutions), Liz Hammack (Pristine Surgical), Dina Dubey (Teleflex).

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