Saturday, March 28, 2020
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Revolutionary Leaders in Healthcare, 2019-20

Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.

On the cover

Lynn Fischer

CEO & co-Founder, Title21

“Our passion is to support the leading healthcare institutions and biotech companies with easy-to-use technology that helps them deliver innovative treatments to patients more quickly and safely.”

Bioscarf

“We are as passionate about making sure our products are not contributing to climate change as we are about creating a gear that helps protect you from it! Our cold-weather gear is made out of recycled polyester which is made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic water bottles. Our warm weather gear is made out of hemp and organic cotton blend.”

Biotricity

Waqaas Al-Siddiq

“We are already thinking of next-generation technology for procedures that have yet to be transitioned from inpatient to outpatient.”

Total Communicator Solutions

Erik Bjontegard

Founder & CEO

 “My end game is to build a legacy about a company where we have used technology to improve the lives of all of us and knowing that we did it right with our customers, investors, the end-users and the professionals that are using our systems.”

DHIN

Dr. Jan Lee

“The biggest problem we want to solve is the silos of health data and the resulting fragmentation of healthcare.”

Wondertree

Muhammad Waqas

“Our vision is to make special education and therapy accessible and affordable for every child in the world. I am lucky to have such a talented and dedicated team, and the fact that they all want to make the vision of the company a reality.”

Kaaspro

Kumar Subramaniam

Co-Founder & CEO

“Our products are aimed at facilitating a seamless flow of crucial health information while ensuring the efficiency of health care facilities. Our services and products are designed and customized to improve not only care quality but also patient safety. Resolving the hassles in accessing critical medical data is our primary concern.”

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