THE CATALYST FOR HEALTH TECH

Stephen Urquhart

Partner

For the past 18 years, Stephen Urquhart has been focused on change and project management. Working directly with multinational organizations, startups, and SME’s in a variety of countries, Stephen provides unique insights to facilitate acceleration from concepts to commercial success. Industry leadership is combined with a personal drive of lifelong learning and strong attachment and support of academic institutions, the true cornerstone of innovation.

Regardless of the industry, his focus is based on the patient pathway and the patient experience, true drivers of change and innovation. Beyond his success as a strategic advisor, he has had extensive experience with multiple community-based arts organizations. Experience with not-for-profit community-based organizations has provided unique insights and management tools in creating impact and lasting changing through collaboration to local needs and cultures. He recently served as the Chair of MEDEC’s Western Canada Committee, and he holds a B. Sc. from the University of Alberta, and an MBA from the University of Athabasca.

For the past 18 years, Stephen Urquhart has been focused on change and project management. Working directly with multinational organizations, startups, and SME’s in a variety of countries, Stephen provides unique insights to facilitate acceleration from concepts to commercial success. Industry leadership is combined with a personal drive of lifelong learning and strong attachment and support of academic institutions, the true cornerstone of innovation.

Regardless of the industry, his focus is based on the patient pathway and the patient experience, true drivers of change and innovation. Beyond his success as a strategic advisor, he has had extensive experience with multiple community-based arts organizations. Experience with not-for-profit community-based organizations has provided unique insights and management tools in creating impact and lasting changing through collaboration to local needs and cultures. He recently served as the Chair of MEDEC’s Western Canada Committee, and he holds a B. Sc. from the University of Alberta, and an MBA from the University of Athabasca.