Success in leadership and entrepreneurship is often attributed to a balance of hard and soft skills. But there’s another factor that might be overlooked, and that’s the role that intrinsic motivation plays. In medtech, for example, we see company founders routinely ascribe their success to a deep desire to help patients, rather than just a drive for monetary gain.
With a goal of helping bring together investors and collaborators in the global medtech industry and shine a light on continuing education, the Fogarty Institute once again participated in the prestigious MedTech Strategist Innovation Summit San Francisco 2019 on November 18 and 19; this year assuming a larger role as a co-sponsor and co-organizer. As in the past,
One of Dr. Fogarty’s strengths when forming new companies was a focus on hiring experts in the field who had the ability to both embrace and expand on his vision. Such was the case when he asked Gary Kalbach to help him start the Fogarty Institute for Innovation in 2007. He became founding president and chair of the board,
If you want a snapshot of Deborah (Deb) Kilpatrick’s storied career, you need look no further than the numerous accolades she has amassed. As just a sampling, she has been named on lists such as MM&M’s Top 40 Healthcare Transformers, FierceMedicalDevices’ Top Women in Medical Devices, Business Insider’s Most Powerful Women Engineers,
The Fogarty Institute has long enjoyed a reciprocal and collaborative relationship with El Camino Health, and over the years we have benefited from the expertise and mentoring of not only its physicians, but also its executive team.
Recently, Jim Griffith, who joined El Camino Hospital as chief operating officer in 2018,