The mMed patents cover medication outcome assistance and management of other smart healthcare products in patients’ hands. Claims can protect your future with many connected combination products, FDA-regulated dosage forms and medical devices.
NDTC helps clients from start-ups through Fortune 500 companies commercialize their technologies. The firm also works with trade and professional organizations to extend stakeholders' reaches in connected healthcare.
Work in smart healthcare is a continuation of successful IP commercialization over many years. All patents that NDTC's managing director, Napoleon Monroe, invented for previous employers were commercialized. For example, a 1992 patent marked the invention of the still-current U.S. and allied nerve agent antidote delivery system.