AMB Surgical is honored to be among the 12 companies selected to present at the National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation’s “Make Your Medical Device Pitch for Kids!” Competition on April 30th. You can learn more about the competition, the judges and the finalists athttps://innovate4kids.org/resources/funding-opportunities/ncc-pdi-competition/.
NCC-PDI, one of five FDA Pediatric Device Consortia grant programs supporting the development and commercialization of pediatric medical devices, is led by the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation at Children’s National Health System and the A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland. The consortium recently added new accelerators BioHealth Innovation and MedTech Innovator and design firm partner, Smithwise.
“We’re looking forward to building new relationships through this opportunity, and we’re grateful to the consortium for a chance to share our progress and vision”, said Dan Sands, CEO of AMB Surgical. The judges, a group of executives and clinicians in business, healthcare, regulatory and intellectual property, share AMB’s passion for helping children by increasing availability of effective pediatric medical devices to improve the quality of their medical care.
AMB Surgical will be joined by several companies that share our vision to improve the treatment of scoliosis. “We believe this is an excellent opportunity to showcase FLYTE’s ™ innovative features such as intelligent sensing to provide surgeons precise adjustment distance and force control, real-time adjustment information via the software control interface and the ability for remote adjustments, monitoring, alerts and predictive analytics which are all intended to reduce cost, improve outcomes and to “Give Kids With Scoliosis A Chance To Take FLYTE ™”, added Sands.