At 98point6, Col. David McCune is responsible for designing and implementing the clinical research program that improves the product, develops academic partnerships, and validates healthcare outcome improvements in patients using the 98point6 technology.
Prior to that, McCune served as a medical doctor in the United States Army with 25 years of experience in medical research, clinical investigations and oncology. McCune led both the Division of Hematology/Oncology and Department of Clinical Investigations during his tenure at Joint Base Lewis-McChord’s Madigan Hospital. He also served on Governor Jay Inslee’s Life Science and Global Advisory Council.
McCune’s primary goals are to use medical research to improve the medical care of United States Army Soldiers, their spouses and dependents, and retirees; create collaborative partnerships between academic and private sector research organizations and the research hospitals in the WRMC; and, support the academic environment of Graduate Health Sciences Education at Army training hospitals. Promote awareness of the beneficial impact of the U.S. Army medical research program.