60 Emerging Medical Technology Startups Present to Audience of Investors and Strategics as they Aim to Disrupt the $600B Global Medical Device & Diagnostic Market

Published on Jun 4, 2019

Emerging MedTech Summit Ritz Carlton

The Emerging Medtech Summit 2020 will spotlight Sixty (60) of the hottest emerging medtech companies, many of which are raising capital, ripe for M&A, or already planning for an IPO or exit.

The event will be held February 18-20, 2020 at The Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel in Dana Point CA and is already drawing attendance from many of the top strategics and investors, including traditional VCs, angels and alternative financing vehicles.

So far half of the presenting companies have been selected and confirmed by LSI. LSI continues to review applications and seek out new companies to be added to the program.

The current roster of innovators includes a mix of seasoned entrepreneurs including industry legends such as Manny Villafana (Medical 21), Jim Corbett (CathWorks), and Bill Hunter (Canary Medical) along with several other proven industry veterans, and fresh entrepreneurs. The current roster of presenting companies includes: Activ Surgical, Auctus Surgical, Avisi Technologies, Canary Medical, CathWorks, Consensus Orthopedics, DiFusion Technologies, Embody, Exact Imaging, Fist Assist, HAPPE Spine, LifeWave Biomedical, LightIntegra Technology, Medical 21, NERv Technologies, NeuEsse, NuCryo Vascular, Previvo, Pristine Surgical, Promaxo, Sana Health, Sense Diagnostics, Shoulder Innovations, VerteCore and ZKR Orthopedics. Additional companies are being added to the agenda regularly.

Keynote Presentation

The Emerging Medtech Summit will be kicked off with a Keynote Presentation titled “The Next Quantum Leaps in Medtech.” It will delivered by industry veteran Christopher Velis, founder of Auris Health and Miraki Innovation. Chris will share his insights on a repeatable process for quantum leaps of innovation. Chris co-founded Auris Health which was acquired by Johnson & Johnson for a total of $5.75 billion in early 2019, and is noted as the the largest medtech venture funded transaction in history.


Topics: Medtech, Medtech Venture Capital, Startup, Strategics

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