Nanodropper cofounders Mackenzie Andrews (Chief Commercialization Officer) and Dr. Jennifer Steger (Chief Scientific Officer) recently joined the innovative Outcomes Rocket podcast to discuss how the company helps reduce waste and cost of eyedrop treatments while improving access points and eye health. They share what drives their passion for healthcare, and educated listeners on eye medications, medication adherence, and health waste. They also talk about Nanodropper’s upcoming clinical trials and programs they launch to help improve low-income individuals, like the Give the Gift of Vision program.
The year 2020 has been unforgettable for all the wrong reasons — the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted virtually every aspect of life for every human being on Earth. These hardships have only hardened the Nanodropper team’s resolve. As a company, we decided to keep pushing ahead with our mission to help patients take back control of their eye health. So as we reflect on a difficult year, we’re also reflecting on what a transformative time it has been for Nanodropper.
The Nanodropper, Inc., cofounding team of Mackenzie Andrews, Elias Baker, Allisa Song, and Jennifer Steger, PhD, have been named as honorees of the 2021 Forbes 30 Under 30 list. Nanodropper is a medical device company offering a first-of-its-kind eyedrop bottle adaptor that reduces droplet size, which is currently saving hundreds of patients and clinics around the country thousands of dollars per year in medication waste.
Meet Mackenzie Andrews. Powerlifting champ. Neurobiologist and bioengineer. Competitive gymnast of 11 years. Addiction researcher. Hiking enthusiast. Chief Commercialization Officer at Nanodropper.
Last, but certainly not least, Nanodropper is excited to introduce you to the last of the four co-founders. Mackenzie’s gold-medal mindset serves the Nanodropper team well as she heads up the business side of things. Read on to learn more about CCO Mackenzie Andrews!
Resources: Affording prescriptions
Affordability means something different to everyone.
Nanodropper was created with the mission to reduce financial barriers to care while promoting better access to eye health. We know that everyone has a vision for tomorrow. Healthcare should ensure access to whatever that vision may be — not come between it.
Meet Alena Rainsberry. Traveler. Language educator. Former tour guide for Narnia (yes, that Narnia). And currently, Nanodropper’s Account Manager.
Alena is a seasoned world traveler who is thrilled to be a part of the Nanodropper team. She is tasked with bringing the company’s flagship device to patients and clinics around the globe.
Nanodropper, Inc., a medical device company offering a first-of-its-kind eyedrop bottle adaptor that reduces eyedrop size, has been named the recipient of a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract with the United States Air Force.
Meet Jennifer Steger. Scientist. Entrepreneur. Glacier traverser. Proud member/alumna of the world’s best (and only) ice skating band. Equestrian enthusiast. Chief Scientific Officer of Nanodropper.
Jenny is one of the four co-founders of Nanodropper. She brings credibility to the team with her knowledge and research prowess! Read on to learn more about her background.
Nanodropper has achieved compliance with the federally mandated standards of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) through the use of Compliancy Group’s proprietary HIPAA methodology, The Guard compliance tracking software, and HIPAA Seal of Compliance.
Meet Robbie Spencer. Award-winning journalist. Avid sports fan. Aspiring semi-professional poker star. And now, Marketing Manager for Nanodropper.
As the company’s first full-time hire, Robbie represents the next phase in Nanodropper’s transformation from nimble, award-winning startup into a burgeoning company ready to field thousands of new orders and take its place as a thought leader in eye health.