MediGO's Supply Chain Technology Among Innovations Recognized for Changing the Health Industry
MediGO, a health care supply chain technology company, is being recognized by Fast Company’s 2022 World Changing Ideas Awards as a company that innovates to unite donation and transplantation stakeholders to save lives.
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Scott Plank has a passion for investing in and developing inspiring environments that help communities and businesses thrive. Plank's diverse background has shaped his interest in how intentional development of collaborative environments can magnify the lives and relationships of those who live within them, and how forward-thinking businesses can flourish with the right resources. Using his experience in supporting the arts, retail, real estate, entertainment, technology, architecture and medical industries, Plank is always on the lookout for the next innovative project to undertake.
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A leading provider of uncrewed aircraft systems (UAS) solutions and services, MissionGO was formed by the professionals responsible for the first successful human organ delivery used in a transplant surgery via UAS. MissionGO has been trailblazing the UAS industry by innovating critical infrastructure inspections, medical and commercial cargo delivery, and UAS training and program stand-up…
Founded in 2020, MediGO’s innovative healthcare supply chain technology digitally transforms the U.S. organ donation and transplant system. Scott’s deep expertise in supply chain and logistics, combined with MediGO’s proprietary algorithms and machine learning, is helping to improve fairness and equity, reduce nonuse of donated organs, and save more lives…
WeWork opened its first location in the Meatpacking district in 2011, with the mission to provide creative co-working spaces for entrepreneurs, small business owners and freelancers. Scott saw his own ideals on spaces, and the potential for growth of the individuals who use those spaces, in the founding ideas and goals of WeWork. He was…
Scott’s brother, Kevin Plank, started making stretchy t-shirts for his football teammates at the University of Maryland in 1996. Scott’s years of experience working in small business and developing skills in finance came in handy and he began to help support and grow his brother’s startup, investing $12,500 in 1997 for approximately 15% of the…
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Dean, College of Arts and Humanities, University Of Maryland
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Dean of School of Architecture, Planning, & Preservation at University of Maryland
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