About Patricia Dorgan

Patricia Dorgan

Patricia Dorgan is a Senior Product Marketing Manager, Clinical Solutions, within API Healthcare, a GE Healthcare company. In this role, Patricia is responsible for the development and execution of the marketing strategy for API Healthcare’s Patient Classification Solution and Services offerings.

Patricia started her career at Apple Computer in Field Marketing. While at Apple she was given the opportunity to join a small start-up led by former Apple software evangelist Guy Kawasaki. From there, she applied her technology experience to the healthcare industry, and spent the next 18 years in Orthopedic Medical Device, in sales, sales management and marketing roles. Patricia joined API Healthcare in August 2013.

Patricia holds a B.S. in Marketing. She lives in San Diego, California with her husband, son and daughter. You can find her on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/in/padorgan.

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