MedTech Innovator 2019: Military Pitch Event

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MedTech Innovator, the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC), and the Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC) have partnered to host a military-focused pitch event in Charleston, SC on March 19. The event features pitches from best-in-class medical device, diagnostic, or digital health companies working on healthcare solutions that are a fit for the interests below. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with MedTech Innovator partners, including investors, representatives from the USAMRMC and MTEC, as well as senior medtech industry executives. This event provides participants with the opportunity to learn more about available funding opportunities from the U.S. Department of Defense.

All device, diagnostic, or digital startups that have a technology that could be a fit for the interests below are encouraged to apply at https://medtechinnovator.org/apply.

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U.S. ARMY MEDICAL RESEARCH AND MATERIAL COMMAND

MedTech Innovator is sourcing opportunities in partnership with US military for a military pitch event to be held in March. The following list highlights technologies identified as specifically of interest by the US Military for this event. If you know a company that matches any of these interest areas, then please encourage them to apply at https://medtechinnovator.org/apply.

MEDICAL INFORMATICS, TELE-HEALTH, MODELING, AND SIMULATIONS: COMBAT CASUALTY CARE:
  • Augmented reality/ virtual patient surrogate and environment
  • Moulage/simulated tissue
  • Holography
  • Haptics/tactility
  • Artificial intelligence/machine learning
  • Medical synthetic training environment
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  • Automated ability to rapidly determine hemorrhage in abdomen and head
  • Advanced technologies to support CROSS (Combat Resuscitation and Oxygenation Support System) which is ECLS-type capability for renal and pulmonary support
  • Automated ability to rapidly diagnose and assess level of brain damage in a mass casualty setting
COMBAT TRAUMA AND ACUTE REHABILITATION: MILITARY OPERATIONAL MEDICINE RESEARCH PROGRAM:
  • Devices that allow remote triage and diagnosis of underlying clinical conditions prior to presentation of symptoms in the management of trauma patients utilizing comms that are acceptable to the military community
  • Novel fluid adjuncts that can enable sustainment of casualties in the event of reduced blood products
  • Products to stabilize or temporize burns in a prolonged care scenario
  • Products to provide single or multiple organ support in polytrauma patients to reduce the incidence of multi-organ failure
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  • Remote patient monitoring to measure relevant biometric & health behavior parameters for clinical trials, risk prevention and mitigation for efficient care and timely intervention, patient stratification
  • Consumer healthcare: patient education; self-monitoring of biometric and health behavior parameters; comorbidities and predictive analytics
  • Consumer healthcare: behavior change and sustainment approaches