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The MedtronicTalks Podcast Series brings insights, observation and lessons from the leaders of the medtech industry’s single, largest leader. Episodes will center around one of Medtronic’s business units ranging from cardiac care to surgical robotics. We’ll talk with decision-makers who keep Medtronic at the forefront of Medtech. We’ll also speak with regulatory, financial and other operational leaders including the CEO about how Medtronic is preparing for the future.
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In this episode of MedtronicTalks, Que Dallara, EVP and President of the Diabetes Business at Medtronic, discusses the company's recent advancements in diabetes management.Dallara, transitioning from the software and technology industry to the medical device industry, draws parallels between control systems in different fields and their application…
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Unlike other businesses at Medtronic, the Mechanical Circulatory Support group isn’t measured by the number of new patients receiving medical devices. Instead, MCS is charged with caring for the nearly 3,000 patients who have already been implanted with Medtronic’s Heartware Ventricular Assist Device (HVAD.) In 2021, Medtronic stopped distributing …
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Karen Parkhill assumed the role of chief financial officer at Medtronic six years ago, making her first move into the medical device industry. Over that time, Parkhill has helped oversee many transformations at Medtronic including the reorganization into 20 business units. As CFO, Parkhill also has had a hand in establishing gender equity pay at Me…
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Technologies including AI, robotics and customized implants creates new opportunities for Medtronic’s growing Cranial and Spinal Technologies business. In this episode, Skip Kiil, president of the business unit, explains how his group is deploying technology to drive future growth. Kiil, a former professional baseball player before turning to medte…
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Dan Volz, president of the neurovascular business at Medtronic, lays out the dire facts regarding stroke. Less than 10 percent of the 15 million strokes that occur each year worldwide are treated, and the number of strokes grows by 10% each year. In this episode, we’ll explore Medtronic’s new agreement with Avail Medsystems, which sells access to a…
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In this episode, Krista Sugerman, vice President, global marketing & communications at Medtronic’s diabetes business, shares how diabetes has impacted people close to her and why the company is keeping focused on how a diabetes diagnosis can take over someone’s life. The company is developing tools to help patients monitor their disease and develop…
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In this episode, Mira Sahney, president of the Pelvic Health business at Medtronic, explains how incontinence is a debilitating condition that needs more attention and treatment. The company’s implantable sacral neuromodulation therapy system, InterStim, gives people more control over their condition, enabling them to engage in regular daily activi…
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This episode shines a light on lung cancer, a deadly killer that isn’t getting the attention it deserves. Dr. William Mayfield, WellStar Health System medical director and former chief surgical officer, says lung cancer kills thousands of people every day – more than most other cancers combined – but isn’t screened for as aggressively. Drawing moti…
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In this episode, George Murgatroyd, vice president and general manager of digital surgery, explains how the Touch Surgery is deploying the first AI-powered surgical video and analytics platform to help surgeons learn and perfect new techniques.Murgatroyd, who joined Medtronic in 2020 when it acquired the maker of Touch Surgery, explains why the sys…
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In this episode of MedtronicTalks we’ll explore the potential behind the Respiratory Intervention’s group McGrath Mac Video Laryngoscope. The device – which is designed to simplify the arduous procedure of intubating a critically ill patient – proved invaluable during the pandemic when hospitals faced a crush of respiratory patients. We’ll speak wi…
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In this episode, Jason Fontana, vice president coronary and renal denervation marketing and strategy at Medtronic, will walk us through Medtronic’s successful entry into the drug-eluting stent market over a decade ago with the Endeavor DES, the first modular drug-eluting stent. With a focus on healing and deliverability, Medtronic overcome a late-s…
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In this episode, two senior leaders from Medtronic’s Cardiovascular Diagnostics & Services group share the group’s vision of “turning data into the right therapy.” Sanjiv Arora, vice president of business development and strategy, and Leo Rapallini, vice president of research & development, explain how trail-blazing technologies like the LINQ famil…
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In this episode, Dr. Laura Mauri shares the career path that started with an early interest in medicine brought, at least partly, by her mother’s cancer diagnosis. Mauri directed that interest in caring for patients – and an innate ability to keep cool under pressure – to become an interventional cardiologist, a career that led her to appreciate th…
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In this episode of the MedtronicTalks Podcast, Mike Hess, vice president of corporate technology and innovation at Medtronic, will introduce listeners to Design for Reliability & Manufacturability, a design framework that equips engineers, designers and others with a set of standards that ensure new devices are designed right from the start. The DR…
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Greg Smith brought decades of supply chain experience with him when he joined Medtronic last year during the throes of pandemic-induced pressures on supply chain. Over that time, Smith has been working with company leaders and outside suppliers to mitigate the challenges being wrought by the string of global crises. In this episode, we’ll learn how…
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Ruchika Singhal, president of Medtronic Labs, says she grew up in Medtronic, starting her career as an engineer. But her professional life really began when she took over Medtronic Labs, a non-profit quasi-independent arm with a mission of bringing better healthcare to more people worldwide. In this podcast, Singhal shares her story and identifies …
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This episode of MedtronicTalks explores the company’s efforts to flag the multiple sources of healthcare inequity wrought by racial, geographic or economic differences in the U.S. Among the topics discussed, Karen Shehade of Medtronic Americas Region Medical Affairs organization explains how Medtronic leadership is seeking a sustainable and scalabl…
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In this episode, Jennifer McVean, MD, medical affairs director at Medtronic’s diabetes business, shares how a devastating childhood diagnosis started her on her mission to help people with diabetes. McVean used that inspiration to push her through medical school and a career in treating children. Now, she’s taking her skills and experience to Medtr…
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In this episode, Austin L. Chiang, MD, explains why he brought his sizable social media following to Medtronic, where he serves as chief medical officer of the Gastrointestinal business. Chiang says his decision is directly tied to his excitement about Medtronic’s growing suite of GI products including the AI-powered GI Genius and the swallowable P…
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In this episode of the MedtronicTalks Podcast, Frank Chan, president of patient monitoring, explains how the pressures of the pandemic accelerated Medtronic’s development of patient monitoring systems that allowed for remote connection between caregiver in patient. Chan says Medtronic isn’t losing any momentum in rolling out new approaches to track…
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In this episode of MedtronicTalks, Dan Wolf, vice president and general manager of Intelligent Data Solutions, sits alongside Thomas Mosnier, research director, iDS, to detail Medtronic’s continued build out of its cranial and spine business. The iDS business, which includes Medicrea, brings applications of artificial intelligence and predictive mo…
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In this opening episode of Season 2 of MedtronicTalks, Dr. Sally Saba, MD, details her work as the company’s first Chief Inclusion & Diversity Officer. Saba joined Medtronic in March 2020, two months before the murder of George Floyd emphasized the importance of building a more accepting culture. Saba recalls her own journey toward feeling accepted…
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In this episode of MedtronicTalks, John Mack, president of cardiac surgery, reflects on his 26-year career at the company and reviews the technologies that support and repair damaged hearts. Mack discusses advances in CABG, ablation and extracorporeal life support as well as his work in the heart patient community.…
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In this episode, Jason Weidman, SVP and President of Coronary & Renal Denervation at Medtronic, says he’s doing exactly what he set out to do when he became an engineer over 20 years ago, creating lifesaving medical devices. Weidman is leading Medtronic’s push to secure FDA approval for Medtronic Symplicity Spyral™ RDN system, which uses renal dene…
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A life-saving intervention for his newborn son convinced David Moeller to steer his career into Medtech. Now, as senior vice president and president of Peripheral Vascular Health, he oversees Medtronic’s peripheral vascular group which helps keep blood flowing to the body’s vital organs. In this episode, Moeller lays out the health crisis brought o…
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In this episode, Nina Goodheart, president of Medtronic’s Structural Heart and Aortic Operating Unit, takes listeners – valve by valve – through Medtronic’s growing toolkit of replacement heart valves, an increasingly competitive space in medtech. Goodheart also talks to the company’s commitment to ensure greater access to better healthcare. Goodhe…
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Following the company-wide reorganization, Surgical Innovation emerged as Medtronic’s large operating unit. In this episode, Matt Perry, president of the group, explains where the business will find future growth. At least some of that will come through digital effort like the GoFurther app, which connects bariatric surgeons with their patients. Dr…
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In this episode, Vince Racano, president of Medtronic's Ear, Nose and Throat business, lays out the growth plan for this burgeoning business. Racano updates listeners on the announced acquisition of publicly traded Intersect ENT. He explains how the company will fit into Medtronic’s ENT franchise.Di Tom Salemi
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Julie Brewer, president of the Cardiovascular Diagnostics and Services, explains why Medtronic carved out a data-oriented business to form tighter connections with patients. Brewer explains how advances in manufacturing and data-collection can position the business at the center of the digital health space.…
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Mike Marinaro, president of the cardiac rhythm management business, explains why CRM employees feel a special connection to Medtronic’s core mission. He also details how the big revenue business is developing new technologies in pacemakers, defibrillators and connectivity to help the business grab market share.…
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Daniel Volz, the newly named head of Medtronic’s neurovascular group, explains how the company is developing game-changing technologies into devices that will help people who have suffered a stroke or aneurysm. Volz reviews the newest addition to Medtronic’s pipeline as well as its innovative deal with Viz.ai, an artificial intelligence provider.…
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Geoff Martha, chairman and CEO of Medtronic, updates us on Medtronic’s first-quarter performance. Martha reports the Delta variant has had an impact on revenue, but Medtronic forecasts a return to normal soon. This episode also discusses the Intersect ENT acquisition, the source of future growth and the company’s new metrics on patient safety.…
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Jacob Paul, senior vice president and president of Medtronic's cranial and spinal technologies group, explains how the company doubled down on the spinal surgery space by committing to significant acquisitions of robotics and artificial technologies that it believes will advance the level of care for spinal surgery patients.…
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In this episode, Rebecca Seidel, president of cardiac ablation solutions, and Dr. Robert Kowal, vice president, medical affairs and CMO of cardiac rhythm and heart failure, detail how Medtronic is targeting atrial fibrillation, a deadly and far-ranging disease, with Artic Front, a delivery of cryoablation therapies. Medtronic secured a first-time F…
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Two decades ago, Ann Sheldon was drawn to Medtronic by its mission to create devices that people. Today, Sheldon, vice president of security, heads a team that assumes an increasingly essential mission of protecting those devices – and the patient they help – from outsiders that might want to disrupt their performance. In this episode, Sheldon expl…
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Dave Anderson, president of the neuromodulation business unit, reports on the advances in neuromodulation technologies including deep brain and spinal cord stimulation. He also updates on the CareGuidePro, a new app developed in partnership with Higgs Boson Health, a physician-led digital health group. Anderson also shed light on the breaking news …
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In this podcast, Brett Wall, executive vice president and president of Medtronic’s neuroscience portfolio, shares the experiences he’s had working at medtech companies in transformation. Each change brings new lessons that Wall will bring to bear as he leads the company’s neuroscience business. Wall shares the advice given to him from former CEO Om…
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Sean Salmon, Executive Vice President and President, Diabetes Operating Unit, says Medtronic’s diabetes unit is reinvigorated by acquisitions, new internally developed products and a partnership with a private equity giant. In this MedtronicTalks podcast episode, Salmon explains why the diabetes community is excited about Medtronic’s pipeline and w…
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CEO and Chairman Geoff Martha took the helm at Medtronic just as the world was entering the epic pandemic. But the lockdown didn’t slow down Medtronic’s reorganization, a seismic change that Martha and the management team felt was necessary to instill a new “Medtronic Mindset.”Now one year in, Martha shares his thoughts on the past year. What’s gon…
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In this interview, Bob White, executive vice President and president of Medtronic’s Medical Surgical Portfolio, explains the importance of corporate culture. He also shares his “Big 5” list of qualities he likes to see in potential hires. We also hear from our sponsor, Foster.Di Tom Salemi
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In this episode of the MedtronicTalks podcast, Martha Ha, chief privacy officer and chief counsel of corporate governance, and John de Csepel, CMO, vice president, medical affairs of the Americas, explain how the company is reaching out to employees of Asia and Pacific Island and helping them to understand how to better work within the corporate cu…
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Giovanni Di Napoli, president of Medtronic’s gastrointestinal business, walks us through his path from the basketball court to the medtech industry. In this discussion he shares the company’s vision for delivering less invasive diagnostic and treatment tools to make diagnosis and treatment much easier for patients.…
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In this episode, two of the executives leading Medtronic’s push into robotics surgery update listeners on the progress and potential of Medtronic's MAZOR X Stealth and Hugo RAS system platforms.Megan Rosengarten, president of surgical robotics, says HUGO is poised to deliver surgeons newfound capabilities and options. The company hopes to begin sel…
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Less than a year into his role as CEO, Geoff Martha and the Medtronic leadership has overseen a significant overhaul of medtech’s largest player.Martha says the company is clearing minor COVID-19 bump and sees an open road for the company to continue to grab share from competitors.Martha details what products are gaining the most traction while als…
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In this episode of the MedtronicTalks Podcast, host Tom Salemi speaks with two of the principal architects of Medtronic's move to reduce i's impact on the globe. Ginny Cassidy, director of the Enterprise Sustainability Program at the company, explains why executives and investors at companies need to understand their TOTAL impact on the environment…
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A year ago, the emerging pandemic brought Medtronic’s respiratory business front-and-center as demands for ventilators shot up to save the lives of thousands of people hit with COVID-19.In this interview, the first of the MedtronicTalks Podcast Series, Medtronic’s Ariel Mactavish and Dr. John de Csepel detail how Medtronic answered the call in many…
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