The Top 25 Women Leaders in Consumer HealthTech of 2021, CBSA Congratulates Tasha Bond from member company Sana Health

The Healthcare Technology Report is pleased to announce the Top 25 Women Leaders in Consumer HealthTech of 2021. From developing new technologies and products for often overlooked areas of women’s health, to addressing inefficiencies in payment and insurance processes, to finding new ways to manage chronic conditions, to many other areas, these women have continued to push the boundaries of what’s achievable in the field of healthcare. This year’s awardees include company founders, CEOs, and other leaders who were nominated among hundreds of other notable executives. They were selected because they stood out in their dedication to the advancement of their companies, their longevity in the healthcare field, and their professional achievements.

This year’s awardees began and developed their careers from a variety of backgrounds, including business development, legal counsel, product development, nursing, and more, leveraging their prior experiences to inform best practices within their current roles. Now in C-suite and executive leadership positions, they go above and beyond the call of duty to work with non-profits, trade organizations, and advisory boards that are working to address critical healthcare needs. Most notably, they have kept the patient experience at the heart of everything they do by predicting user needs, working directly with clinicians, and integrating data insights. Please join us in recognizing The Top 25 Women Leaders in Consumer HealthTech of 2021.

View the Healthcare Technology Report article for the full report.

Congratulations to CBSA member company Sana Health’s CEO, Natasha Bond for being named in the top 25 women leaders of consumer HealthTech 2021!

25. Natasha Bond
Company: Sana Health
Title: Chief Operating Officer

Natasha Bond is the Chief Operating Officer for Sana Health, a digital health company driven by 25 years of research into relief for symptoms of chronic pain and insomnia. The Sana Sleep Mask is comprised of a mask with earbuds. Tailored to each individual, the device provides relief in just 10 minutes through the use of audio-visual neuromodulation. Currently, the mask is undergoing FDA certification and clinical trials at Duke University for fibromyalgia, and a broader neuropathy study at Mount Sinai Health System in New York.

As COO, Bond most enjoys the breadth of her role and sheer power of the technology the company is working on. At Sana, she is responsible for development, operations, quality, and regulatory functions. She joined the company in 2018, bringing with her nearly 20 years of experience in bringing novel medical technologies to market. Prior to coming on board at Sana, Bond founded Ikigai Medical Development and held various roles with Nordson Medical and Vention Medical, developing and bringing to market dozens of devices. She is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer and has acted as an advisor, educator, and mentor through eight accelerator/incubator organizations to dozens of medical device start-ups. Bond graduated from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology with a Master of Engineering degree in mechanical engineering.

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