The Top 25 Women Leaders in Medical Devices of 2021

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The Healthcare Technology Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Women Leaders in Medical Devices of 2021.

The Healthcare Technology Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Women Leaders in Medical Devices of 2021. The medical device industry is evolving at an accelerated pace, incorporating developments in AI, machine learning, robotics, and other technology to produce breakthrough devices that are transforming outcomes for patients. Adaptability, ingenuity, and patient-centricity are hallmarks of the field, and these women leaders have demonstrated each of these three attributes in advancing the competitiveness of their companies and products. Across orthopedics, drug delivery, surgery, monitoring, and other areas, this year’s awardees have produced some of the most innovative and pervasive medical device technologies worldwide.

After reviewing each nominee’s background, expertise, and achievements, the women comprising this list stood out for their depth of specialized knowledge and overall impact on the medical device field. Furthermore, many have led initiatives within and outside their organizations to promote and support women's leadership in the healthcare technology sector, further solidifying their positions as role models in the space. Please join us in recognizing the accomplishments of The Top 25 Women Leaders in Medical Devices of 2021.

Ashley McEvoy (Johnson & Johnson), Karen Parkhill (Medtronic), Mojdeh Poul (3M Health Care), Julie Coletti (Align Technology), Myriam Curet (Intuitive), Caren Mason (STAAR Surgical Co.), Lena Hagman (Getinge Group), Victoria Carr-Brendel (Sonova), Carrie Anderson (Integra LifeSciences), Valerie Asbury (LifeScan), Rebeccah Brown (MiMedx Group, Inc.), Leslie Trigg (Outset Medical), Erin Tournoux (PartsSource, Inc.), Holly Sheffield (Cooper Companies), Noemi Ray (PaceMate), Anne-Marie Costet (Echosens), Kathleen Skarvan (Electromed, Inc.), Katherine Tweden (Senseonics, Inc.), Peggy Hansen (Collagen Matrix, Inc.), Laurel Fuqua (Monarch Medical Technologies), Maria Bennett (SPR Therapeutics), Jane Clark (Inotec AMD), Suzon Lommel (Viveve Medical, Inc.), Renee Ryan (Cala Health), and Jill Binney (Activ Surgical).

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The Healthcare Technology Report provides market research and insights, business news, investment activity updates and important corporate developments related to the healthcare technology sector. Based in New York City, the firm is run by a seasoned team of editors, writers and media professionals highly knowledgeable on healthcare technology and the various companies, executives and investors that make up the sector.

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