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Why Your Medical Device Should Generate Revenue for End Users: Interview with Cognetivity CEO Sina Habibi

August 08, 2022 Scott Nelson
Medsider: Learn from MedTech and HealthTech Experts
Why Your Medical Device Should Generate Revenue for End Users: Interview with Cognetivity CEO Sina Habibi
Show Notes

In this episode of Medsider Radio, we sat down with Sina Habibi, CEO of Cognetivity.

Sina has a Ph.D. in engineering from the University of Cambridge, where he met his business partner Seyed-Mahdi Khaligh-Razavi. The two co-founded Cognetivity Neurosciences, which develops cognitive assessment tests for clinicians and patients to detect cognitive impairment, including dementia. 

In this discussion, Sina shares the importance of collaborating with regulators and end users, why he primarily focuses on the value of revenue generation versus cost savings, and the benefits of teaming up with an expert fundraiser. 

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