Intricon Featured on Medical Alley Podcast
Founder Mark Gorder and CEO Scott Longval join Medical Alley for a discussion on Intricon’s history and future
Intricon founder Mark Gorder and president and CEO Scott Longval joined Frank Jaskulki, vice president of intelligence at Medical Alley, for a podcasted discussion on Intricon’s 45-year legacy in the micromedical industry and the future of the company.
Medical Alley is The Global Epicenter of Health Innovation and Care®, a place that healthcare leaders call home. The Medical Alley Association is a community of these leaders, who represent the world’s highest concentration of top innovation and healthcare companies. Minnesota, where Intricon is based, is at the heart of Medical Alley. The Medical Alley region is home to the nation’s largest private health insurer and more than 1,000 med device and healthcare companies, employing millions of people worldwide. Medical Alley has history, as the birthplace of implantable medical technology, collaborative care delivery, and innovative health plan models. The Smithsonian has recognized six “Great Places of Invention” in the U.S., including only one for healthcare: Medical Alley.
Intricon is a key part of both the history and the future of this ecosystem. The company designs, develops, manufactures, and even packages microminiature components for companies worldwide. It is a pioneer in micromedical med devices.
Hear more about the Intricon story by listening to the Medical Alley podcast here.