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Saving lives and enhancing human health

About MedTech International

MedTech International specialises in leading organisations with innovative and disruptive medical device and digital health technologies to accelerate their global strategic execution, commercialisation and board fulfilment.  

The work is led by Warren Bingham.


About Warren Bingham

Warren is the Founder and Executive Chairman of MedTech International, Global Vice President of ARIA Research, Executive Chairman of OmnisOva, Board Member of Research Australia and Adjunct Fellow – Department of Management in the Faculty of Business and Economics, Macquarie University.

An Ambassador for the Vinnie’s CEO Sleepout and Diabetes Australia, a member of the Springboard Enterprises LifeSciences Council, Champion Mentor for the Crescent Foundation, Squad mentor for the Australian Clinical Entrepreneur Program and Start-up Coach for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance’s Accelerator, Remarkable, Warren is passionate about saving lives and enhancing health and the environment through innovation.

With more than 30 years of proven success in the Medical Devices sector, Warren specialises in leading organisations with innovative and disruptive medical device and Digital Health technologies with their global strategic execution, commercialisation and Board fulfilment. A Values Based Leader, he also contributes extensively in the For Purpose / NFP sector, providing strategic advice, board and ambassadorship, and hands on volunteering for multiple charities and organisations.


 In 2001, Warren established the Australian subsidiary of Given Imaging Ltd, a company who revolutionised and pioneered PillCam® technology, an ingestible pill-sized camera to visualise the GI tract in a non-invasive, cost effective, safe and patient friendly manner. In 2004, he successfully established Capsule Endoscopy on Australia’s Medicare Benefits Scheme, a world 1st for any National Healthcare system.

Whilst serving on the global management team from 2000, the company grew from a start-up to a multinational, publicly traded company with revenues exceeding $250 million in 2013. In February 2014, Covidien acquired Given Imaging for approx. $1 Billion.

Warren’s contributions have been recognised; he was a finalist in the 2016 Australian Institute of Managements ‘Excellence in Leadership Awards’, and in 2018 was acknowledged by Australia’s Peak Life Science Industry Organisation AusBiotech for his ‘Outstanding Contribution to AusMedtech’, in 2019 was conferred the honorary academic title of Adjunct Fellow, Macquarie University, Department of Management, Faculty of Business and Economics. More recently, he was awarded the industry’s highest individual award, the prestigious Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA) Outstanding Achievement Award 2021 for his contribution to industry development, improvement in patient outcomes and excellence in leadership and innovation.

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