Are you ready to explore the transformative world of MedTech and its profound impact on healthcare? Join us in this episode of BioTalk with Rich Bendis as we dive deep into medical technology with an exceptional guest, Neal Piper, Founder & CEO of Luminoah, winner of the 8th Annual BioHealth Capital Region Crab Trap. Neal Piper is the visionary behind Luminoah, a cutting-edge MedTech company dedicated to enhancing the lives of enteral nutrition patients through innovative hardware and software systems. With a background steeped in healthcare, Neal's journey from Pfizer's Neuroscience Division to his role as President of the Global Health Fellows Alumni Business Network has uniquely positioned him to drive change in the industry. But what inspired Neal to create Luminoah? In 2019, his family received a cancer diagnosis for their 3-year-old son, leading to a new reality and a pressing need for a better nutritional feeding program. Neal recognized the challenges faced by patients and caregivers, from bulky equipment to limited data sharing with physicians. That's when Luminoah was born.
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In this compelling episode, we explore:
- The origins and mission of Luminoah, driven by a deeply personal experience.
- The development of the world's first truly portable, connected tube feeding system that's set to revolutionize enteral nutrition.
- Neal's passion for leveraging technology to transform healthcare and create positive impacts on communities worldwide.
Don't miss this enlightening conversation as we journey into the heart of MedTech innovation with Neal Piper. Tune in now and be part of the conversation that's shaping the future of healthcare for enteral nutrition patients.
Neal Piper is the Founder and CEO of Luminoah, a MedTech company focused on improving the lives of enteral nutrition patients through the development of an innovative hardware and software system.
Prior to starting Luminoah, Neal had a successful career in the healthcare industry, starting at Pfizer's Neuroscience Division and later serving as President of the Global Health Fellows Alumni Business Network. He has also worked as a Global Malaria Advisor for Pfizer's Emerging Markets Division and helped expand the sales and distribution program in 18 countries at Population Services International.
In addition to his work at Luminoah, Neal has founded several other startups, including a home healthcare company and a non-profit organization. He is passionate about using technology to improve healthcare and making a positive impact on communities around the world.
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