Welcoming Head of Digital Health Strategy Paul Sonnier as Newest Team Member

March 13th, 2012
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I’m delighted to announce that Paul Sonnier, formerly a strategic advisor to Popper and Company, has joined our core team as Head of Digital Health Strategy.
Our core team provides diversity and expertise to resolve problems and create strategies in the health arena for our life science clients. Paul, who has recently been described as a catalyst in the wireless and mobile health field, brings his familiarity, insights and experience to our existing team of experts whose operational backgrounds span clinical, technology, marketing and finance in a variety of capacities in the diagnostics, medical device and pharmaceutical industries.

You can read Paul’s full bio here. Please join me in welcoming him, and I hope you’ll reach out to one of us directly or comment below if you have questions or issues pertaining to digital health that Paul can help to address. We’re excited to offer you solutions at the cross-section of life sciences and digital technology.

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About the Author:

I founded Popper and Company with Ken Walz more than ten years ago to address inefficiencies in health care by helping life science companies develop and commercialize new technology. Today, the members of our growing team leverage their extensive knowledge of the tools and trends shaping all aspects of health care and its participants. Send me an email.

2 Responses to “Welcoming Head of Digital Health Strategy Paul Sonnier as Newest Team Member”

  1. joan justice says:

    Hello Caroline,
    I would love to have an article from Paul on digital health – will he be contributing soon? We just started a series on Mobile Health Around the Globe and I am very interested to hear Paul’s take on the mHealth Explosion!
    Joan Justice

  2. Malcolm Bohm says:

    Congrats! Paul will be a great asset at your company. Well connected, well respected and has gained a tremendous appreciation of the opportunity Digital Health will bring.