The Black Hole Beyond The Health Clinic: Helping Patients Take Better Care of Themselves
Patients enter a black hole as soon as they leave their physician’s office. They’re expected to keep up with intense regimens and care for themselves as their doctors do. Unfortunately, this often leads to unnecessary medication errors, inaccurate data, and potentially harmful dosage increases. But what if there was a way to support patients beyond the clinic?
A Guide to Career Change for Listeners Everywhere
After 22 years of teaching in England, Phil Gostling was ready for a new challenge and took the leap into medical sales. Hard? Yes. But his lessons are gold and his approach to the industry can teach even the most seasoned sales teams about the importance of learning and listening.
Making it Easier for Physicians to Adopt New Technology with Dr. Keith Matheny
Many physicians lack training and understanding of how to bring products to market. Similarly, many engineers and MBAs have no idea what it’s like to be a physician. It’s no wonder medical innovation encounters roadblocks. Dr. Keith Matheny, Vanderbilt-trained Otolaryngologist in community practice in North Dallas, emphasizing Rhinology & Sleep in adults and children, lives on both sides of this equation. In his work as Founder/Chairman/CEO of US ENT Partners and CO-Founder of Sleep Vigil, Dr. Matheny has learned to embody the collaboration and feedback necessary to launch and grow medical device companies while serving as a specialty provider.
Fixing Healthcare from the Trenches with Dr. Alejandro Badia
Change becomes possible when messages are delivered from the trenches. Widespread knowledge of issues within an industry doesn’t mean they’re going to be addressed unless the ones directly observing what’s taking place can bring awareness to the public eye. Dr. Alejandro Badia, founder of OrthoNOW and Badia Hand to Shoulder Center and orthopedic hand surgeon, is using his voice to proactively disrupt the industry.
Neurosurgeon Dr. Betsy Grunch Helps You Level Up Your Conversational Finesse
You could be the smartest rep in the room capable of doing a case by yourself, but it doesn’t mean jack if you can’t effectively communicate with your customers. Do you know for certain whether they’re perceiving your behavior as trustworthy… or cringeworthy? Board-certified neurosurgeon Dr. Betsy Grunch dishes what her peers really think about common MedTech approaches, the tendency of providers to pick a lane and stay in it, and practical insights for how you can plant the seeds of behavior change.
Case Study: How Market Agitation Can Yield Instant Results
What if the market for your solution is a million times larger than you think it is? And one simple message could trigger an avalanche of new demand… In this episode, Corey Oldenhuis, one of our behind-the-scenes producers, joins us as a guest host to help break down a recent orthopaedic advertising program that generated dozens of appointments in a matter of days. Learn what they did, the role of empathy in driving key outcomes, and how to agitate the market through patient education.
How to Spark Demand, Erase Fear, and Connect with Patients on a Human Level
Let’s talk MedTech with a twist, shall we? We spend a lot of time behind the microphone, interviewing guests from all areas of MedTech. But recently, we were invited onto the Project MedTech podcast hosted by one of our previous guests, Duane Mancini, the Business Development Director at Covance. In this interview, we break down the evolution of selling medical technology, share advice for building your commercial team, and highlight the biggest pitfalls to watch out for in our industry.
How to Influence Shared Decision Making in the Exam Room
An educated patient is a motivated patient. They want to understand their pathway and be a part of shared decision making. In this episode, Jason Elmore, Sr. Manager of Sales and Training Development at NeoTract, will tell you why becoming an integral part of the clinical pathway is the golden ticket to MedTech sales.