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Medtech leaders discuss the hurdles and opportunities on the horizon for medical device companies in the coming year and beyond.

September 1, 2008

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Roundtable Participants


0809x42a.jpgMichael Aviotti is vice president for customer service operations at Cardinal Health (Dublin, OH), serving in the firm's San Diego office. Cardinal Health is a global manufacturer and distributor of medical, laboratory, and pharmaceutical products. Aviotti can be reached via e-mail at [email protected].

0809x42b.jpgWarren M. Gitt is a service industry consultant based in Phoenix. Until recently, he was executive director of biomedical services for Hill-Rom Co. (Batesville, IN), where his responsibilities included the management of equipment repair depots and a field-based team providing third-party repair services, as well as providing technical support to biomeds who maintained Hill-Rom's rental fleet of more than 100,000 pieces of equipment. Gitt can be reached at [email protected].

0809x42c.jpgDonna McBride is a senior director for business development with ATC Logistics and Electronics (Ft. Worth, TX), a provider of integrated third-party logistics services for companies with high-value, serialized postproduction inventory. ATC serves clients in the telecommunications, medtech, and other industries. Before joining ATC, McBride worked for FedEx Supply Chain and Ryder Logistics. She can be reached at [email protected].

0809x42d.jpgTed Nemetz is vice president of the technology services business unit at Toshiba America Medical Systems (Tustin, CA). Serving Toshiba since 2005, he leads the company's service organization, including field operations, service marketing, logistics, technical support, and the business unit's financial operations. He previously held executive positions with Universal Medical Systems, Phillips Medical Systems, and Picker/Marconi Medical Systems. Nemetz can be reached via e-mail at [email protected].

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