Grant Geiger

Founder & CEO, EIR Healthcare

Gunter (Grant) is the founder and CEO of EIR Healthcare, an award-winning modular innovation firm bringing efficient industrial practices to healthcare, laboratory and life sciences. The company is innovating accessible healthcare using evidence-based design and modular technology to improve patient outcomes and value for all stakeholders – initially with its flagship product, MedModular, a “smart hospital room in a box.”

EIR Healthcare was inspired by a unique vision of creating an intuitive, smarter hospital, initially fostered by Grant’s late father. Grant and his team are dedicated to driving global change in the industry across the healthcare ecosystem, benefiting patients, providers, payers and executive teams alike. Their innovative designs have resulted in several patents pending around the world.

With over 12 years of experience in healthcare, Grant was listed as one of the Top 10 Emerging Healthcare Industry Leaders by Managed Healthcare Executive magazine and also on Becker’s Hospital Review’s Annual 2018 List of 36 Health IT & Revenue Cycle Up-and-Comers. Prior to EIR Healthcare, Gunter was formerly at Siemens serving in a variety of executive roles. While there, he was recognized as a Corporate Top Talent, a designation reserved for the top one percent of employees in the company. His healthcare experience expands industry-wide, ranging from healthcare IT, consulting, cloud services, diagnostics, innovation and design.

Grant has been a member of The Montgomery School Board of Trustees since 2006 and remains dedicated to non-profit education. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration dual degree, International Business and Marketing, and a German Minor from Drexel University in Philadelphia.

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Work of Tomorrow: November 26, 2018 Episode Featured ImageWork of Tomorrow: November 26, 2018

Host Christian Terwiesch is joined by Grant Geiger (Founder & CEO, EIR Healthcare) and Bon Ku MD, MPP (Assistant Dean for Health and Design, Thomas Jefferson University) on the Monday, November 26, 2018 edition of Work of Tomorrow.

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