We connect medical
innovations to the people
who need them most.
Countless research teams, ventures, and startups have developed ground-breaking medical products, only to falter when bringing them to market. This is an all-too-common fate for digital health and life science endeavors.
The real worth of a digital health product lies in its ability to enhance the lives of those in need. But when such innovations remain out of reach, their potential impact squandered.
That’s where we come in.
Commercializing digital health and med-tech requires a series of steps and strategies to ensure successful entry and long-term business sustainability. We’ll pilot your team through the regulatory, market entry, and establishment of partnerships and sales plans needed to generate revenue.
By tackling the challenges of commercialization, we actively participate in the process of introducing digital health and medical technology to the market, ultimately connecting medical innovations with the people who need them most.
Our mission is to bring
brilliant innovations to the
US and European markets.
We work with startups, middle-market, and corporates; universities and technology transfer offices (TTOs); as well as ambitious health care organizations to capture value from their innovations with honest, validated business models designed generate sustainable ventures.
We cultivate markets for digital health innovations.
Life saving technologies and innovations need to find their place in the market, to reach patients and care professionals.
Our strength is finding pathways to the market for our clients, to generate sustainable sales and revenues, delivering innovations to those who need them most.
Our history is rooted in building product.
For nearly two decades, our team has built software—mobile, web, backend, AI/ML.
We’ve built hardware, IoMT and embedded systems for research and clinical applications.
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