Outset CEO Leslie Trigg discusses Zoom-powered $278m IPO; Corindus COO Doug Teany sees 5G future
INNOVATION & FINANCE: Is the traditional road show dead? Leslie Trigg, CEO of Outset Medical, fresh off taking the renal care company public, says despite initially grieving her inability to meet investors in person, she agrees that Zoom meetings gave her all the insights she needed to stage a successful IPO. In fact, she says the video calls might have even engendered a deeper understanding between executives and investors. Trigg also explains how Outset came to broaden its overall mission to create an enterprise system for dialysis.
NEW TOOLS & TECHNOLOGY: The doctor will see you now … from 3,000 miles away. Doug Teany, COO of Corindus Vascular Robotics, says the company’s Corpath interventional robotic system will save lives and money by shortening the distance between critical patients and capable care. Using the emerging 5G network, Corindus is moving toward a future where interventionalists can treat patients in different area codes, time zones and countries. The company is profiled in a 5G documentary called “Speed of Thought.” Check it out on Amazon Prime and other channels.
Finally, the week wouldn’t be complete with Chris Newmarker, executive editor of MassDevice, revealing this week’s #Newmarkersnewsmakers featuring news from Hologic, Varian, Smith & Nephew, and Outset Medical.