Medical Device Distributors of Hawaii primarily focuses on cardiology and diabetes. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in Hawaii. Cardiovascular disease and stroke are responsible for 4,000 deaths per year. Over 18,000 hospitalizations every year in Hawaii result from cardiovascular disease, accounting for about 22 percent of all Hawaii hospital costs.
Diabetes is also a significant problem in Hawaii with more than 400,000 adults or 40% of the adult population having prediabetes. According to research by the John A. Burns School of Medicine on Honolulu, HI, 22.4% of Native Hawaiians are diagnosed with diabetes mellitus; another 15% have been diagnosed with impaired glucose tolerance or prediabetic status. For these reasons and more, it is important for Medical Device Distributors of Hawaii to bring the latest products and programs to Hawaii.
On Hawaii, culture, history, and customs play an important role in doing business and building relationships. Being mindful and sensitive to Hawaiian customs and history will help you build positive relationships and facilitate your success. We offer:
We have substantial experience introducing new products and programs. Launch experience includes medical devices, digital therapeutics, and SaaS
We know all facets of the healthcare system and fully understand the patient journey. We have extensive experience working with health systems and physicians.
Whether you are starting a business or need to scale and get traction, we can help. We have experience assisting entrepreneurs with go to marketing plans, growth strategy, creating investor pitch decks to raise capital, and strategic planning. We also provide business owner coaching.
Medical Device Distributors of Hawaii offers a variety of services to help you achieve your goals.
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Bobby Jackson has over 20 years of healthcare industry experience. His experience includes sales, marketing, contracting, strategic partnerships, account management, M&A, and physician practice management. Bobby has medical device, digital therapeutics, and SaaS experience. Additionally, he has experience with cardiovascular and diabetes remote patient monitoring experience along with cardiac rehab. Bobby has extensive experience working with C-suite, physicians, health systems, and physician practices. Bobby’s senior leadership experience includes being a chief operating officer twice and a variety of vice president roles. Bobby is an entrepreneur and has started and invested in several companies. Bobby has a master’s degree in Health Administration from the University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA and he completed the Medical Marketing and Mergers & Acquisitions executive education programs at the UCLA Anderson School of Management in Los Angeles, CA. Bobby is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE.org).