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Micheal Caulfield
Micheal Caulfield
Micheal Caulfield
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The Challenges of Developing New Markets for a Start-Up - Technology, Trials, Standards and Ethics.

The Challenges of Developing New Markets for a Start-Up - Technology, Trials, Standards and Ethics.

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  • WHAT IS THE HEALTHCARE CHALLENGE?
  • Who are your competitors? How strong are they? Are they well funded? How many are there? What are the relative strengths against your solution? It may useful to show a competitor matrix showing how benefits/features of your product/technology compares
  • TO SUMMARISE
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    • 1. The challenges facing a medtech start-up in developing new markets – technology, standards, trials and reimbursement Michael Caulfield – CEO Intelesens Ltd
    • 2.
      • Patents in
      • Electrode chemistry, physics and electrophysiology 2001
      • Pulse Wave Velocity 2001
      • Breath Gas Detection ppb 2001
      • Biometric algorithm 2008
      • Blood oxygenation 2008
      • Electrode topology 2007
      • Electromechanical fastening 2008
      • Monitoring system 2002
      • ECG accelerometer 2009
      • Non-patented IP
      • ECG arrhythmia detection and identification algorithms
    • 3.  
    • 4. welcomes The world’s first intelligent, wearable, non-invasive, wireless device monitoring the patient’s vital signs remotely www.intelesens.com
    • 5.
      • 300 million people in Europe and the US have at least one chronic disease that may benefit from home health monitoring.
      • US and Europe market size for home health monitoring of chronic diseases > $11 billion last year
      • Problem is growing at 10 percent per year
      • 25 percent of that population would benefit from existing home monitoring solutions currently available, while some 50 percent would benefit from integrating or connecting existing medical devices with their mobile phones.
      • - Berg Insight
      EU and US The Market
    • 6. Our focus is on improving the quality of care for aging and ill populations while delivering compelling cost advantages and benefits for healthcare providers Our value proposition
    • 7. Our Products
    • 8. Vitalsens V-Patch wireless monitor measuring 3-lead ecg, heart rate, and detecting cardiac arrhythmias regulatory approval 2009 regulatory approval 2011
    • 9. Vitalsens V-Patch wireless monitor measuring 3-lead ecg, heart rate, and detecting cardiac arrhythmias
    • 10. Vitalsens Aingeal in-hospital wi-fi monitor measuring ecg, heart rate, respiration rate, temperature and motion in an ambulatory patient regulatory approval 2011 regulatory approval 2010
    • 11. The Competition
    • 12. The Trials
    • 13. Vitalsens March 2010 Trial 1
    • 14. Aingeal General Purpose In-Hospital Monitor - July 2010 A clinical trial using the Aingeal monitor began in Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston in July 2010 The Aingeal device will be used in a surgical ward and will measure ecg, heart rate, respiration rate, temperature and motion. It communicates with patient records database via the hospital’s wi-fi network Trial 2
    • 15. Trial 3 AMNCH Hospital Dublin V-Patch used to monitor cardiac patients at home http:// canberra.intelesens.com /Demo/
    • 16. Technology Phase Trials and Testing Phase Adoption, Reimbursement and Procurement Phase Marketing and Sales Phase Ulster MGH Tallaght
    • 17.  
    • 18. In-hospital, wireless vital signs monitor At-home, wireless vital signs monitor temp resp pulse ox ecg motion Delays and avoids ward admissions Expedites hospital discharge ecg SpO 2 temp resp motion

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