Lee Keddie

CompuMed Inc

Brief Bio

Lee  is President and CEO of CompuMed Inc. a Diagnostic Telemedicine services company.  He is a compulsive innovator and problem solver, combining curiosity, a spirit of wonder, and an ability to dig below the surface to identify “root cause” and deliver simple, effective solutions.  Under his leadership, CompuMed has accelerated their delivery of unique innovations to improve the Donor management, offering and recovery process.  Prior to CompuMed he transformed HKX Inc., a hydraulic components startup, to a nationally recognized niche market leader in his 8 years as a co-owner. Prior to his business leadership roles, Lee spent 10 years in both the Commercial and Military sectors of the Aircraft Industry at Boeing, McDonnell Douglas, Bombardier, Learjet and Qantas Airways. He has a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, and two years of AeroSpace Specialty from the University of Toronto. Lee is a pilot and a member of the Experimental Aircraft Association.

Connections to the Cause


Alliance Presentations

Idea And Innovation Concept

Annual Innovation Showcase: Advancing Donation and Transplantation Using Novel Technologies & Solutions

Tuesday, December 13, 2022, at 2:00pm

This fast-hitting and informative webinar will highlight recent innovations available across the donation-transplantation continuum. We will be joined by The Alliance’s 2022 Corporate Partners who will share ways to leverage their solutions to optimize workflows and support the community’s shared mission of advancing donation and transplantation. This is a great opportunity to connect with our industry partners to learn more about the valuable resources and innovations on the market that could ultimately improve donation and transplantation outcomes.

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Recent Innovations in Donation and Transplant You Need to Know About

Thursday, July 15, 2021, at 2:00pm

This fast-hitting webinar will present recent and key innovations in donation and transplantation from a workflow perspective – starting with the initial hospital-OPO donor referral, and progressing through organ and donor diagnostics and assessments, collaboration in the operating room, organ transport and tracking, and finally to post-transplant diagnostics and research in regenerative medicine in transplantation. With each step in this careful choreography, we will have an industry partner share critical innovations available today that move donation and transplantation forward. Join us to learn more about these new technologies and solutions available across the donation-transplantation continuum.

Lifelong Networks

Our partners are the heart and soul of our organization. For more than 15 years, they have played a vital role providing quality education and programs to advance a shared mission.