NEW YORK (PRWEB) January 18, 2023
The Healthcare Technology Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Healthcare Technology Leaders of Virginia for 2023. While other East Coast hot spots like New York, Boston, and DC may get more attention when it comes to their healthcare technology markets, Virginia is by no means a slouch. The state is home to a number of incredibly innovative healthtech companies across a range of specialties, from pharmaceuticals to biologics, diagnostics, and medical devices, among many others. The leaders on this year’s list earned their spots thanks to their dedication to revolutionizing the industry within their specialties, delivering technologies that have the ability to transform the lives of patients and the work of clinicians.
Some of the distinguished leaders on this year’s list include Ashley Pleasants, Vice President Project Management at Elligo Health Research, whose services are dramatically accelerating the development of new pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device and diagnostic products. Meanwhile, Chief Scientist David Gerdt’s CareTaker Medical has developed VitalStream, the world’s most innovative, FDA-cleared wearable vital signs monitor and early warning device. And Co-Founder and CEO Rust Felix’s Slope has developed the online eClinical Supply Chain Management (eCSCM) platform, which reduces clinical trial risks, reigns in costs, and improves the productivity of clinical trial collaborators.
This year’s awardees lead from a variety of positions, from CEO to CFO, VP, COO, and CTO. What they have in common is their demonstrated commitment to innovating in the healthcare technology space, prioritizing patient well-being in the Virginia area and around the world. Please join us in celebrating The Top 25 Healthcare Technology Leaders of Virginia for 2023.
Chris Senanayake (TCG GreenChem, Inc.), Douglas Boothe (Akorn), Keith Sullivan (Neuronetics), Ashley Pleasants (Elligo Health Research), Gregory Forton (ATCC), David Gerdt (CareTaker Medical), Rust Felix (Slope), Marjorie Zettler (Regor Pharmaceuticals Inc.), Brian Mills (Vista Clinical Diagnostics), April Hall (Biomere), Paul Bishop (Atlantic Research Group), Nathaniel Wuertz (Orthosnap), Hunter Walker (Atlantic Research Group), Ronald Gunn (Kaléo), Mike Cariola (Bode Technology), Libby Lynes (BioTel Heart), Jeff Conroy (Embody), Micah Cost (Pharmacy Quality Alliance), Jennifer Brearey (AdvaMed), Eric Edwards (Phlow Corporation), Kristina Peterman (ATCC), Juan Piacquadio (Phlow Corporation), David Voight (Acceleration Point), Kenneth Guito (Biologics Consulting), Kevin Breheny (AccuTec Blades).
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