Meghan Scanlon, Senior Vice President and President, Urology and Pelvic Health (UroPH), and Dr. Ron Morton, Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of Medical Affairs, UroPH at Boston Scientific discuss the company’s UroPH portfolio, innovations in devices to protect healthy tissue during radiation for prostate cancer patients and to treat enlarged prostate, and how these innovations significantly improve the quality of life for patients. They also talk about Boston Scientific’s recent $1.07B deal to acquire Lumenis LTD, the global leader in urological lasers and other energy-based medical solutions.
Meghan Scanlon is the Senior Vice President and President for Urology and Pelvic Health at Boston Scientific, a position she has held since February 2020. In this role, she is responsible for developing and bringing to market innovative, industry-leading solutions for urological, urogynecological, and gynecological diseases. Prior to her current role, Ms. Scanlon served as vice president and general manager for the global Urology and Pelvic Health commercial organization, with responsibility for overseeing the stone, prostate health, prosthetic urology and women’s health franchises. She is a member of the Global Council for Inclusion and serves as the executive sponsor for our PRIDE employee resource group, which is a network of LGBTQ+ employees and allies that fosters inclusiveness and professional fulfillment through corporate and community LGBTQ+ programs and initiatives. Since joining Boston Scientific in 2014 as vice president, global marketing for Endoscopy, she has progressed through roles of increasing responsibility in Urology and Pelvic Health and Endoscopy, and played a significant role in driving and shaping the global commercial organization structures and portfolio innovation strategies for both businesses. Prior to joining Boston Scientific, Ms. Scanlon spent nearly 15 years in leadership roles within the Johnson & Johnson medical device business and started her early career as a design engineer at Gillette. She holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University and both her M.B.A. and M.S.M.E. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.