Today is all about pressure ulcer prevention: it is the worldwide Stop Pressure Ulcers Day. Momo Medical participates! For more information: check the EPUAP website.
As of September 13, 2017, Momo Medical has received the support of the Rabobank Innovation fund to co-finance the pilot project in collaboration with Reinier de Graaf and Pieter van Foreest.
The healthcare insurance company DSW has decided to support Momo Medical in developing our solution for better pressure ulcer prevention.
Momo Medical has successfully applied for the MIT feasibility grant, which is a grant that allows for business and technical feasibility research for early stage companies, given by the province of South Holland.
Together with the Bioelectronics Section of Delft University of Technology, Momo Medical has been granted the STW Take-off phase 1 project. This is a grant by the organisation NWO TTW, that allows us to perform further technical development, research scaling potential of our solution, and approach additional potential customers.
The municipality of Delft has decided to support the first pilot project of Momo Medical that takes place in Delft, in cooperation with Reinier de Graaf hospital and Pieter van Foreest nursing home. In this project, the Momo Medical solution will be tested in a hospital, nursing home, and home care setting. This can lead to a deeper insight into the prevention of pressure ulcers across different types of healthcare.
In addition to Reinier de Graaf, Pieter van Foreest has agreed to help test and improve our solution in the geriatric revalidation department. Having a second testing partner, in a different setting, is very important to our company and we look forward to a close collaboration. Pieter van Foreest is a healthcare organisation in Delft that offers care in nursing homes and at home.
Reinier de Graaf, the hospital in Delft, The Netherlands, has decided to partner up with Momo Medical to test our innovative solution in practice. They play a big role in the development process and in the first clinical tests.
Momo Medical has been selected for the LS@W Venture Challenge – Spring 2017 edition. This accelerator programme has a strong focus on med-tech and life sciences companies. Coaches and experts from the field will help us further develop Momo Medical. Life Sciences @ Work is part of the Health~Holland organisation, the Dutch topsector for healthcare and life sciences. More information.
Momo Medical has been selected for the YES!Delft Incubation Program (starting February 6, 2017). In this program, extensive coaching by experienced entrepreneurs and investors is offered, next to specialist advice from companies like EY, Bird&Bird, Arnold+Siedsma, Rabobank and others. Through a range of masterclasses and workshops, the team will work on important soft skills for starting a business. The powerful network of YES!Delft can support us in finding the right partners, potential customers and funding opportunities.
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