In her role, Pautsch leads the team responsible for bringing the company’s transformative technologies to mid-sized biotech and medical devices and diagnostics (MD&D) organizations. Under Pautsch’s leadership, her team conducted several innovative projects, including the introduction of mobile health technology to a large device manufacturer to better track patient outcomes. This helped provide the care team with a better understanding of the surgical recovery experience through the app-based collection of patient reported outcomes and wearable sensors.
“In an industry characterized by increased demand for innovation, I’m
thrilled to have on our team such a passionate leader. We are incredibly
proud that HBA recognized Melinda’s leadership, dedication, and
commitment to diversity,” said
Over 2,500 individuals from across the life sciences industry will gather at the WOTY luncheon to celebrate the work of 65 Rising Stars and other prominent honorees who collaborate as a “united force for change” to advance the impact and influence of women in the healthcare and life science industries.
The HBA will also honor this year’s Woman
of the Year Dr.
About the HBA
The Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) is a global
not-for-profit organization dedicated to furthering the advancement and
impact of women in the business of healthcare. With more than 40
chapters throughout the U.S., and in
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