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‘How’ Do You Do? A Medical Device Entrepreneur’s Perspective

Thu, 05/13/2010 - 5:08am
Patrick Yi

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The majority of questions that I am often asked about our medical product company almost always start with "how," such as:

  • How does a medical device inventor get funding and support for developing a medical innovation into a winning product that is ready for the global market
  • How can a medical product innovator get a medical product distributed in the United States?
  • How did I develop an independent entrepreneurship in Singapore into the international medical product sales and distribution company that MediPurpose is today?

This blog—or at least my contributions to it—will attempt to answer these and many other questions...but not through "here's how you should do it" checklists, but through my personal "here's how I did it" perspectives.

As you will hopefully discover, the "how I did it" informs "how you should do it" as well as "how you should not do it."

Although my journey through the process of building the broad infrastructure to commercialize a medical product has been filled with—and continues to deliver—many rewarding successes, it also has had its share of missteps, setbacks and failures. But as I learned from them—and will continue to learn from them—I hope that you will, too.

I've been very fortunate to achieve what I have at MediPurpose and elsewhere in my career, and this blog is my way to give back to the medical device innovation community. If you haven't yet, please be sure to click the RSS button and subscribe to this blog, and if you have any suggestions or ideas for this blog, please let me know.

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