Hospitals are facing an ever growing need to reduce costs, increase efficiency and productivity, as well as patient safety. The rising number of surgical procedures is creating an urgent demand for technologically advanced processes:
- Less than 3% of hospitals have a system to track at the instrument level
- Count discrepancy in 1:8 surgical trays with an average of 20 minutes to resolve results in significant revenue loss
Since operating rooms are the main revenue generating space for hospitals, hospitals are seeking state-of-the-art technology that will support effective management of operating rooms to maximize performance and efficiency. Additionally, health reform is driving the need for hospitals to capture, store, aggregate, and retrience clinical information via electronic mediums.
NanoMed manages surgical instrument inventories & automates tray assembly through the use of a revolutionary optical Quantum Dot technology. The Company has developed a revolutionary solution to these challenges as an innovative system that:
- offers an immediate ROI
- enhances patient safety
- improves instrument management
What makes the NanoMed system unique is the revolutionary Optical and Quantum Dot technology. A unique polymer/QDot marker that is completely invisible to the eye, and unobtrusive to the surgeon, is applied to each instrument. Then, within seconds, our optical scanner reads the unique markers on the instruments in the surgical tray and identifies if the tray is complete or has any missing instruments via a data management software system.
NanoMed plans to work on 3 to 5 year contractual agreements on four revenue streams, including:
- Software Licensing
- Service Agreements
- Instrument Marking Fees
The US hospital market is fragmented, with no dominant player. Of the 5600 hospitals in the US, less than 3% track individual surgical instruments.
- $1.1B US Market
- $2B Global Market
The competitive landscape is very fragmented with no one company owning any significant market share. The competitor solutions such as barcodes and RFID tags have significant gaps and are inefficient. They are difficult to apply, costly to apply and manage and not user friendly. The market is well positioned for a technology solution such as NanoMed Tracking to establish itself as the industry standard.
The NanoMed team comes with 50 years of medical experience, a world renowned scientific team, 15 start-ups, and 6 exits.
John Clark has 30 years of experience developing and commercializing medical device technologies. He is the Founder and CEO of Global Cancer Technology and American Radiosurgery and has launched 10 medical device start-ups including Edmonds Medical Systems, Clinical Diagnostic Products and Andros Medical and Laser Systems.
Marc Potvin has 25 years experience in operations, sales & marketing, engineering, supply chain, and strategy roles with 15 years experience in the medical device industry. In 2008 he founded Agility Management, a human capital company sold in 2015. He serves as a Board member of Connect/SDSI, a business incubator for start-ups
Tom Hamelin has 30 years of experience in Hospital Administration, and as the Senior Director of Perioperative Services and Radiology. He was a former Director at UMMC, St. Vincent Hospital, and Boston Medical Center and the former VP at Awarepoint. He holds a BS, BSN, MSN, MBA and Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP).
Dr. Makale has been a scientist at UCSD since 2001. He is a Research Scientist-Bioengineer in Neuro-Oncology at the Moores Cancer Center. Dr. Makale has a PhD in radiation biology and MSEE (electrical engineering and computer science) specializing in biomedical engineering with a focus on development of radiation sensitizers, cell cycle checkpoint inhibitors, theranostic nanoparticles, neurotechnology and neural devices.
Scientific and Medical Advisory Group
Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering from UCSD Professor of Nanoengineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering at UC San Diego. Internationally known expert in photonics, opto-electronics, and cancer nanotechnology. Sadik served as director of major research centers including NCI funded NanoTumor Center at UCSD. Specializes in cancer nanotechnology, in vivo imaging, optical systems and their interface with electronics and software. Sadik has been closely involved with 12 startup companies as co-founder including Genoptix, Nanogen, OriMedix, Devacell, and Ziva. Authored more than 350 publications.
Organic Chemistry from San Diego State University & University of Erlangen. Highly experienced polymer and organic chemist. Head of the Chemical Biology Program at the Moore’s Cancer Center at the UC San Diego School of Medicine and a Research Scientist in the Department of Neuroscience. Held senior level positions at The Scripps Research Institute, Humboldt University Berlin Medical School, University of Tuebingen Childrens' Hospital, and Columbia University. Distinguished Research Fellow at TargeGen, a Founder and the Head of Research at Brunswick Biotechnetics, a Research Scientist at General Atomics, and a member of the Member- Macromolecular Chemistry Group at the Boeing Scientific Research Institute and founder of Neuropore. Milan Makale, PhD, Radiation Biology at the University of Alberta.
Use of Proceeds
If the offering's maximum amount of $107,000 is raised:
|Use||Value||% of Proceeds|
|Legal & Accounting||$1,757||1.6%|
This is an offering of Common Stock, under registration exemption 4(a)(6), in NanoMed Tracking, Inc.. This offering must raise at least $10,000 by December 10, 2021 at 10:59pm ET. If this offering doesn’t reach its target, then your money will be refunded. NanoMed Tracking, Inc. may issue additional securities to raise up to $107,000, the offering’s maximum.
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