Updated: Nov 6, 2020
The Minneapolis-based medical device company continues to execute on projects while driving growth under the guidance of an experienced leadership team.
MINNEAPOLIS – Over its eight years in business, Resolution Medical has gone from a small medical device company with a handful of seasoned engineers to a 100+ employee manufacturing and development operation. With the continued focus to deliver timely product development while broadening the company's breadth of manufacturing, David Blaeser has been announced as the new CEO.
Blaeser has been an active leader in the medical device industry for 35 years, leading teams at Boston Scientific, Velocimed, Nidus, Endometabolic Solutions, Libra Medical, and ZIFT Medical. Most recently, he was Founder and CEO of Ideal Medical Solutions, a
medical device consulting firm which has collaborated with Resolution Medical in the past.
“I have seen firsthand the high degree of talent, integrity, and collaboration present within the Resolution Medical team,” said Blaeser. “The culture that the founders have incubated was a strong driver that compelled me to join this great team. That culture is what allows us to retain our highly talented employees who then drive compelling customer experiences.”
With Blaeser at the helm of the day-to-day operations, Resolution Medical co-founders Steve Schmidt and Shawn Patterson will be focused on better serving customer needs through strategic investments in capabilities and services as active board members.
“David intimately understands our unique culture as he’s been a key strategic advisor to our leadership team for the last five years.” said Resolution Medical Co-Founder Shawn Patterson. “We are confident that his strong track record of leadership will allow him to guide the company forward through its next phase of controlled growth.”
This news comes as the Resolution Medical team has been supporting medical providers in the fight against COVID-19. The Resolution Medical Lattice Swab is a crucial tool for medical professionals working to diagnose the virus.