Chris specializes in the development and commercialization of medical devices and healthcare-related products that are simple to use and decrease the cost and risk of patient care. Working most frequently in hospital and research settings, Chris brings together the broad range of internal and external stakeholders necessary to realize new or refine existing healthcare ideas and processes. Working together, concepts are efficiently transformed into commercially viable solutions that can be validated in real-world settings.
Chris' domestic and international expertise includes the hands-on implementation and management of the medical device development process including concept development, controlled design and development, transfer to production, quality system management, and preclinical and clinical studies. Chris' expertise in medical device commercialization includes IP and regulatory strategy development and implementation, and all aspects of business plan development and implementation. Chris has worked in hospitals and with production facilities across the United States, and with his international work focusing on healthcare settings and production facilities around the world including Colombia, Mexico, Vietnam and Zambia.