Michaeline is a brave and bold entrepreneur who co-founded MMIS, Inc. in 1999 to transform the way life science companies interact with physicians and other healthcare providers. Along with her co-fonder and husband Tim Robinson, Michaeline introduced MediSpend, the first open source, SaaS compliance cloud software in 2011 and disrupted the way the life sciences industry manages compliance to global healthcare laws.
Since 1985 she has introduced disruptive technologies in the pharmaceutical industry, first working with companies like Hewlett Packard (now Agilent Technologies) disrupting the life sciences market by introducing High Performance Liquid Chromatography to Hoffmann-LaRoche and with Perkin Elmer, by bringing automated genomic sequencing to the life science market before the human genome was even sequenced. Her latest initiative, MediSpend, has become the SaaS compliance system of record for many of the most innovative life science companies around the world. With the mission of helping life science companies reduce compliance risk and improve business processes by moving compliance management and monitoring to the cloud, Michaeline demonstrates her passion daily through her interactions with leaders from some of the world’s most innovative medical device, biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies.
Michaeline helps companies move their compliance workflows to the cloud using MediSpend a cloud-based SaaS platform. Michaeline cares deeply for her customers, diving deep into their problems, understanding their IT and compliance challenges and works with all levels of the organization to provide cost effective solutions that help people improve time, save money and enjoy their work.
Improving and replacing manual business processes with SaaS compliance solutions provides MediSpend customers with a competitive advantage by leveraging data gathered from physicians interactions and compliance monitoring to create new business models that drive drug development innovation and good business practices.
Michaeline also mentors women in their tech careers and her blog focuses on topics that are relevant to life science executives, such as techniques for reducing compliance risk and leveraging data to drive value through the business enterprise, managing the growth of a SaaS company and using open source software architecture and agile software development methodologies to bring innovative software solutions to the market.
Michaeline holds a degree in biochemistry from Rutgers University in New Jersey.
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