Lonny Stormo is the CEO & co- founder of Pops Diabetes Care. He has spent 34 years in the healthcare industry primarily at Medtronic, the largest medical device in the manufacturer world. At Medtronic he served in a large variety of roles including leading the Medtronic Therapy Delivery business. In the last four years, Lonny has successfully led the founding and growth of Pops, a leader in creating full virtual care, the next stage of healthcare. Lonny is passionate about consumer experience, changing healthcare to focus on benefiting individuals across the globe, and serving as a leader of the most inspired teams. Lonny is on local American Diabetes Association and Rotary International boards. He holds a BSEE degree from South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and an MBA from Arizona State University.


Learning Points:

  • What is the POPS technology platform?
  • How is technology pushing for a transformation in healthcare?
  • What is healthcare associated waste?

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