In this episode I sit down with Dominick Sirianni and Jan Peuquet to talk about Jan’s recent struggle with Cardiomyopathy and how an LVAD device saved her life.
In this episode I sit down with Dr. Romina Ghassemi to talk about her work in chiropractic, how she invented the BAX-U posture support system, and what you should consider when developing a medical device.
In this episode I give you a quick recap of what happened at this year's 10X medical device conference.
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“Medical devices are all about the data.”
In this episode I sit down with Aaron Call from MediCoventures to discuss his company, their process to taking a new medical device product out of the ideation stage, and why product market fit is so important.
Quote: "We want to help you develop something that is better than your original idea." - Aaron Call
In this episode I sit down with Brian Buss from Nevium to talk about intellectual property (IP), how to put together an IP portfolio, and why it’s important to act like a monopoly.
“The majority of the value you are going to create will be your intellectual property. “ - Brian Buss
In this episode I sit down with Karen Greene from Life Pack Labs to talk about an often overlooked step in development, medical device packaging. We talk about steps that can save you time and money to market, and why you should consider your packaging from the very beginning of your project.
“Your packaging is really a part of the product itself.” - Karen Greene
In this episode I sit down with Brian Johnson from MassDevice.com to talk about the creation of his business, how he entered the MedTech industry, and why he feels so passionate about the work that this industry is doing.
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“Sooner or later everybody needs a medical device.” - Brian Johnson
In this episode I sit down with Jon Speer from greenlight.guru and we dive deep into some of the big issues plaguing the medical device industry and why his company is essential to getting and staying on the FDA's good side.
“Good design control is good business sense.” - Jon Speer
In this episode I sit down with Brandon T. Adams who is the author and founder of Keys to the Crowd. Brandon leaves it all on the table sharing his story from watching his dad sell ice as a child to launching his first successful Kickstarter campaign, then most recently raising a whoppin' $453,000 for a client.
"Doing things that scare you is how you get better" - Brandon T. Adams
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Welcome to Inspired by Imua where your hostess, Meghan M. Alonso, teaches you how to master the waves of medical device development.
This episode is an introduction to the Inspired by Imua podcast, covers what to expect when listening, and dives deep into what inspires Meghan Alonso to help others through their journey of medical product development. Be sure to check out our website here for videos of Meghan salsa dancing!