FUNDING TO BE MATCHED BY THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT. The “company” is intending to raised $US 20,000,000 (Twenty million dollars) in equity to expand its marketing and operations globally. The Company has a commitment from the Japanese government for matching funds in a debt instrument with a nominal coupon/interest. Repayment of the Japanese government “matching funds” loan – principal and interest – is negotiable but the repayment time-line may be extended well into the future.
The "company" is a leading medical mobile solutions provider that has designed and patented a series of secure medical communication applications used to enhance communications among medical professionals. This communication and diagnostic mobile platform starts with first responders and is applicable to the full range of treatment facilities from comprehensive stroke centers to rural hospitals. Currently utilized and recognized by the Ministry of Health in Japan, the system has demonstrated reduced time to treatment, shorter hospital stays and improved patient outcomes.
Technology: The “company” has developed a multifunctional platform that enables communication among medical professionals. Utilizing three critical and diagnostically important models of communication, The Platform allows the sharing of text, video and images in a secure and mobile environment. Many “DICOM solutions” (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) exist for image sharing but “the company’s” is the only platform that can be used with little or no hospital IT infrastructure.