In this week’s DeviceTalks Weekly podcast — the 50th of the series— J&J’s medical device chief Ashley McEvoy makes her debut.
McEvoy, EVP and chair of Medical Devices at Johnson & Johnson, delivered insights on several areas of interest including:
- COVID-19’s impact on J&J in the past, and what changes may remain in the future;
- J&J’s far-ranging digital surgery portfolio could bolster many of its specialties;
- How the company uses its innovation network to accelerate development;
- Why she’s bullish on the future of eye care;
- How the company will prepare for future challenges.
We also talk with Naomi Murray, director of Advanced Operations-Additive Technology at Stryker, about her almost predestined path to join the orthopedics leader.
She’ll be leading the March 23 discussion on Additive Manufacturing at DeviceTalks Tuesday. Register at DeviceTalks.com.
Colleague Lisa Eitel, executive editor of Design World, crashes the 50th party to tell us about her upcoming Women in Engineering webcast. Register for that discussion here.
Finally, Chris Newmarker delivers his Newsmakers – a mix of good news and bad from the digital pages of MassDevice, Medical Design & Outsourcing, and other sites.
Companies highlighted include Frequency Therapeutics, Medtronic, Theranos, GE Healthcare, DJO and Stryker
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