Susan Niemeier is one of the Top 25 Women Leaders
in Medical Devices for 2022
Susan Niemeier is one of the Top 25 Women Leaders in Medical Devices for 2022
Ivenix is thrilled to congratulate Sue Niemeier for her recent award as one of the Top 25 Women Leaders in Medical Devices for 2022. The Healthcare Technology Report grants this peer-driven award recognizing women in healthcare making changes and innovation in impactful ways.
With the medical device industry advancing at an unprecedented rate, new and exciting developments in robotics, materials science, analytics, and other technologies have accelerated the production of breakthrough devices that improve patient outcomes. Amid a global pandemic that has exacerbated complications in manufacturing and distribution, creative thinking has been crucial for MedTech leaders as they devise proactive supply chain solutions to mitigate production delays and keep costs competitive. These 25 women executives have demonstrated first-rate leadership in infusion therapy, testing, telemedicine, orthopedics, surgery, wound care, and monitoring, among others.
“It was our pleasure to nominate Sue for this award. Her passion for improving patient care has been on display throughout her career. Sue builds teams of driven and enthusiastic leaders that share that commitment. Sue exemplifies the servant leader lifting others in an organization so that our entire organization and our customers can succeed”, says Steve Schiefen, vice president of operations at Ivenix.
Sue marks her 5th year at Ivenix as the chief nursing officer with the successful market launch of the Ivenix Infusion System, an FDA 510(k) cleared new innovation in infusion therapy. Sue’s background in patient care and career focus on medical system integration has served her leadership at Ivenix in the vision of eliminating infusion-related patient harm.
“Sue challenges our team always to deliver our best. She leads by example and is always open to new ideas, as any great leader would be”, shared Chip Royer, RPh, pharmacy implementation specialist at Ivenix.
The women on this year’s list have distinguished themselves through substantial contributions to their companies and the medical device industry. Each nominee was evaluated based on her leadership skills, professional acumen, and technology input, among other factors. Awardees were ultimately chosen using feedback submitted through the nomination entries while factoring in further research into each woman’s career achievements.
Please join us in celebrating the accomplishments of Sue Niemeier and The Top 25 Women Leaders in Medical Devices of 2022.
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