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EDWARD B. MARSH JR., MD, Managing Director
EDWARD B. MARSH
Dr. Marsh joined MedTech Capital in 2001, bringing 30 years of experience in the hands-on practice of clinical medicine, principally in the nonsurgical areas of pediatrics, family medicine, emergency and military medicine, and occupational health and safety.
The settings of these practices varied widely, from a 2-person private practice to a 600-clinician multispecialty HMO, to a deployable Army Reserve unit.
In addition to a clinical practice, Ed
chaired for 20 years an Institutional Review Board for Human Subjects Research overseeing compliance with Federal Guidelines.
Within the HMO, he conceived, developed, and managed a $1.5M Occupational Medicine "start-up" subunit, and achieved profitable status within the first year.
He was elected several times to the Board of Trustees of the HMO, and was part of a select committee designated to investigate and select an electronic medical record system for the organization.
He held a faculty appointment to Harvard Medical School throughout his clinical career, and resigned from the Army Reserves at the rank of Colonel.
has an AB from Princeton University
, an MD from Johns Hopkins University and completed approximately half the requirements for an MPH from Medical College of Wisconsin.
Medical Minute: Harvard Vanguard
Dr Ed MarshMany people believe on the job injuries only come from manual labor.But sitting at a desk all day or standing on the job can also cause unexpected pains.Dr. Edward Marsh
, an occupational health physician with Harvard Vanguard, says some workstations can cause back pain, wrist strains, and problems with your vision.Take these simple steps to make your workplace healthier :.Turning and bending can cause fatigue and discomfort over time ; try to create a workstation that decreases these constant motions.If you use a computer, adjust the monitor so the top of the screen is directly in front of you and just below eye level to help avoid eye strain and if typing help protect your wrists by using a wrist pad.And whether you spend most of the day sitting or standing, make sure you take stretch breaks to prevent stiffness in your joints.Small changes to your office routine can reduce your chances of on the job injuries.
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Ed is Director at Lucida Advisors and has in the past served as Director at MedTech Capital, a Boston-based investment banking firm concentrating on the medical device industry.He received training as pediatrician at Children's Hospital in Boston and Massachusetts General Hospital and was a teaching fellow in pediatrics at Harvard Medical School where he still serves on the faculty.Ed has been a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Chairman of Institutional Review Boards at Medical and Technical Research Associates and a certified Medical Review Officer.He brings with him vast experience in health policy areas related to hands-on clinical care, clinical trial execution, regulatory and reimbursement matters.In his business and market development work, Ed specializes in international biomedical device clients mainly out of Europe or Israel, and focuses principally in the area of strategic partnerships, particularly emphasizing the areas of cardiovascular and critical care monitoring, infectious diseases, pediatric surgery and interventions, software-based hospital management systems, and dental technology.Ed holds an A.B. from Princeton University and is an M.D. from Johns Hopkins University and can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Edward B. Marsh, MD, Managing Director, MedTech Capital
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Ed Marsh: Reflections of a Medical Ex-Practitioner
: Reflections of a Medical Ex-Practitioner
In The Wall Street Journal, pediatrician Ed Marsh says that in today's health care system, the glow of the personal relationship with patients is being extinguished.