Bobby Grajewski is President of Edison Nation Medical and is best known for his expertise in building businesses and leading high-performing teams to achieve outstanding results. In his role as President, Bobby provides strategic leadership, financial oversight, and partnership cultivation combined with day-to-day operational leadership for Edison Nation Medical.
Bobby’s background includes 8+ years of private equity and venture capital investing experience across a variety of sectors — including early stage technology — for leading firms, including J.H. Whitney Capital Partners, Westwind Investors and Permira Advisers. In these roles, Grajewski assisted with Permira’s acquisition of Ancestry.com and with J.H. Whitney Capital Partners’ successful efforts to revive Wellman Engineering Resins and Wellman Plastics Recycling. Bobby successfully co-founded and launched two web-based start-ups, Heritage Handcrafted and eCollectors, which continue in operations today.
Bobby received an MBA from The Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania), an MPA from Harvard Kennedy School, and a AB degree from Harvard University.
Dr. John Kenagy
Dr. John Kenagy knows healthcare as a physician, executive, academic researcher and advisor. In addition to his clinical experience as a vascular surgeon, he has been Chief of Surgery, Chief of Staff and Regional Vice President for Business Development in a not--for--profit healthcare system. But, his most meaningful experience was becoming a patient.
His frustration with current methods was fueled by an injury – he suffered a broken neck in a fall from a tree. Critically injured, he discovered that his recovery depended on the efforts of dedicated individuals working in an unpredictable and often unresponsive system.
Searching for new answers, he became a Visiting Scholar at Harvard Business School. His research included developing adaptive innovation healthcare strategy with Harvard Professor Clayton Christensen and translating the drivers of success in resilient, highly adaptive companies like Toyota, Intel and Apple to the point of care.
The result is Adaptive Design, a self--sustaining, clinically intelligent system for developing, doing and improving complex, patient--centered care within and across disciplines.
His contributions have been widely recognized: