May 18, 2023
12:00 - 1:00 PM Pacific Time / 3:00 - 4:00 PM Eastern Time
The challenges that product development teams and leadership face have to do with more than just technology. Complex medical devices take longer to develop, have bigger teams, and require a wider variety of expertise than developing simpler products.
Is your company struggling with innovation, with missing deadlines, with conflict between departments, or with low team morale in new product development? These issues are not simple to solve.
Hear from a panel of medical device experts about how to address these problems, about the successes and failures that they’ve experienced, and about how to give every product team the best chance for success.
Russ Singleton, President, Russ Singleton Consulting
Russ Singleton is an interim leader and advisor with a passion to maximize results for growth-oriented, complex-technology medical-device businesses through critical inflection points in their life cycle. He has extensive experience in interim and full-time executive leadership roles for MedTech, Healthcare IT, Genetic Sciences and Semiconductor Equipment companies. Russ holds a Ph.D. and M.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois and a Bachelor of Engineering from the Pratt Institute.
Aaron Joseph, Principal Consultant, Suntone Pilot
Aaron Joseph is a biomedical engineer and Principal Consultant at Sunstone Pilot. where he helps medical device companies implement modern processes and tools for development of complex, software-intensive medical devices. Aaron has over 20 years of experience in medical device development, and he is an avid promoter of lean and agile methods for medical device development. He has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Rice University and an MS in Bioengineering from the University of Washington.
Walt Maclay, President of Voler Systems
Walt Maclay founded the company in 1979. Considered one of the top electronic design firms in the market today, Voler provides design development, risk assessment, and verification of new devices for medical, consumer, and industrial applications. Voler is particularly experienced in designing medical, wearable, and IoT devices, using its skill with microprocessors, sensors, wireless technologies, and low-power management.