The evolution of ResMed with Michael “Mick” Farrell, CEO of ResMed

Episode 33 January 27, 2021 00:31:29
The evolution of ResMed with Michael “Mick” Farrell, CEO of ResMed
The Post-Acute POV
The evolution of ResMed with Michael “Mick” Farrell, CEO of ResMed
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Show Notes

In this episode of the Post-Acute POV, we sit down with Michael “Mick” Farrell, CEO of ResMed to discuss ResMed’s origin and how the company evolved to be one of the world's leading strategic players in out of hospital software. Connecting his vocation with a larger purpose, Mick describes his four roles in life and his passion for healthcare. Hear how he tells the story of how it all started and the journey that led this medical device company to enter the realm of digital health.

Topics discussed during today’s episode:

  1. [01:56 - 05:30]: Mick dives into his motivation, drive, and inspiration.
  2. [06:30 – 10:30]: The founding story of ResMed and how it all started.
  3. [10:33 - 15:40]: ResMed’s progress on transforming 250 million lives by 2025.
  4. [16:10 – 23:02]: Why ResMed expanded its reach into SaaS offerings.
  5. [23:50 – 29:00]: The synergistic value propositions that exist between ResMed’s core business and the out-of-hospital space.
  6. [29:56 - 30:40]: The future of digital healthcare and the opportunities that lay ahead.

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