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How to Convince Investors, Payers, and Patients Your Device is Worth the Cost: Interview with Bone Health Technologies CEO Laura Yecies

July 19, 2022 Scott Nelson
Medsider: Learn from MedTech and HealthTech Experts
How to Convince Investors, Payers, and Patients Your Device is Worth the Cost: Interview with Bone Health Technologies CEO Laura Yecies
Show Notes

In this episode of Medsider Radio, we sat down with Laura Yecies, CEO of Bone Health Technologies.

Laura is a Silicon Valley veteran with more than three decades of experience at major tech companies and startups. She’s always had an interest in improving people’s health and wellness and was drawn to medtech startup Bone Health Technologies, which is developing a vibration belt intended to prevent osteoporosis.

In this discussion, Laura shares why you should look for investors who are passionate about your mission, how FDA clearance can boost consumer confidence in your technology, and why patients should be at the center of everything you do.

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Lastly, here's the link to the full interview with Laura if you'd rather read it instead.