Dr. Suzanne M. Miller is a physician with nearly a decade of experience serving as chief medical officer of medical technology companies. After earning a MD at Harvard Medical School and training in emergency medicine at Stanford University, Dr. Miller has practiced medicine on every continent. Highlights include serving as attending emergency physician and ultrasound director at a level I trauma center near Washington, DC, providing disaster response after the Haitian earthquake, volunteering in Palestinian refugee camps, and caring for adventure racers from the Sahara Desert to Antarctica.
After finding success as founder and CEO of MDadmit medical admissions and writing several best-selling books, Dr. Miller merged her interest in medicine, business, and technology by serving as early-stage chief medical officer (CMO) for Eniware, a Noxilizer spin-off company providing portable sterilization solutions for the developing world. She subsequently spent five years practicing clinically in Australia at University of Sydney’s academic hospital while also serving as CMO for mHealth Digital, maker of the SunVisor skin protection app featured at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, and for What The Doctor Said, a social enterprise dedicated to improving doctor-patient communication during the discharge process. Prior to joining Ventec, Dr. Miller was chief clinical officer for Coviu, a CSIRO spin-out telehealth software company focused on using artificial intelligence to improve video visits.