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[VIRTUAL SERIES EVENT] Medtech Innovation Forum

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by Kajsa Whitney
August 17, 2020
When:
September 17, 2020 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
2020-09-17T12:00:00-04:00
2020-09-17T13:00:00-04:00
Cost:
Free

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A collective enterprise to share, disseminate and discuss new technologies, gadgets, and innovations that have recently come into the public domain!

This VIRTUAL monthly technology forum showcases the newest medical innovations spanning from digital & connected products, diagnostics, pharma & drug delivery, robotics, materials, sensors, to inventions you never thought you could imagine. Brought to you by District Hall Providence, NEMIC, and Ximedica.

Lead and Moderated by

Jessica Willing-Pichs, LLB – Principal, Research and Product Strategy

As a Principal Research and Product Strategist, Jessica leads the gathering of user input that informs and guides product teams throughout the design development from early concepting to design freeze. Her work extends to defining user populations, prioritizing stated and latent needs, establishing use context and workflow, examining and validating design for both usability and commercial success. She has extensive experience in surgical and critical care devices, home healthcare products as well as clinical systems workflow improvement.

Jessica came to Ximedica in 2005 from the advertising industry, having worked for New York ad agencies Wells Rich Greene, Cliff Freeman & Partners and Omnicom’s Merkley & Partners, helping build brands for both global and national clients including BMW motorcycles, The Coca Cola Company, Heineken USA, Liberty Mutual and Citigroup. Jessica has over 20 years’ experience in user and market research, applying a wide range of both quantitative and qualitative research skills to reveal unique consumer insights for brand management, marketing communications and product development.

Jessica is particularly interested in human behavioral psychology and observational anthropology and enjoys continually staying abreast of marketplace and consumer trends, across a wide variety of industry categories. Jessica graduated from the University College London.

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