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Patti White
Hemex Health

Patti White is Co-founder and CEO of Hemex Health. Patti brings 22 years of experience in medical technology and has launched over 20 successful products, including many in emerging markets. Her first startup invented a low-cost patient monitor with sales of over $100 million.

Her experience spans cardiology, critical care, pain medicine, ophthalmology and behavioral health. Prior to her startup career, Patti ran marketing for Hewlett Packard’s $400 million PC business and for HP’s Cardiology division. She has raised over $70 million in grant, angel, venture and corporate funding.

Patti holds an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a BA in International Business from the University of Washington.  

Articles by Patti White

  • Patti White

    Using Mobile Technology to Fight Disease: Three Tips for Social Startups in the Developing World

    In a world where nearly half of the population is too poor to access essential health services, preventable diseases still claim countless lives. Malaria alone is responsible for over 1 million deaths each year, and sickle cell disease also affects millions across the globe. But these diseases can be significantly helped with early diagnosis and cost-effective treatments, says Hemex Health co-founder Patti White. She explores the innovative technology Hemex has developed to address this issue – and highlights three elements of its approach that can help other social enterprises gain traction in the crowded startup space.

    Categories
    Entrepreneurship, Health Care
    Tags
    social enterprise, startups
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