Developing a medical, healthcare, or life sciences product? Here’s a R&D resource.

Your Editor, as part of her reactivated marketing consulting work, speaks with various companies across the (primarily US) healthcare spectrum. Earlier this week, I was introduced to the work of MIDI Product Development, a research and development consultancy since 1972 for medical, life sciences, and healthcare products. Their proprietary DevelopmentDNA™ innovation and design control approach to product development performs for the client the research, design, and engineering, taking into account technical/IP, regulatory compliance (FDA Class I, II, III), manufacturing, and human usability requirements. Their products are diverse in, for instance, imaging, tabletop units, ‘lab on a chip’, LASIK surgical systems, MRI, and PET scanners. In this time of pandemic, they have developed a Rapid SARS-CoV-2 Device/Disposable, a Disinfection Fogging Device to combat HAIs (Hospital Acquired Infections) and COVID-19 in hospitals and beyond healthcare environments, and a UVC-LED System to combat HAIs from spreading room-to-room via foot traffic.

In speaking with Gregory Montalbano, one of the two principals with his brother Chris, they are interested in working with diverse health technology companies, including home healthcare. The company is located near New York City in Smithtown, Long Island, and, unlike many consultancies that rent out labs, they have their own 15,000 square foot facility. MIDI has worked with companies in the UK, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia/Pacific. Their website is linked above including their contact information. We’d be pleased if you mention that you read about them in TTA. Or contact Editor Donna in confidence.

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