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The point-of-care diagnostic market exploded in 2020 and isn’t looking back. But becoming a market leader requires building a great product and commercializing as quickly as possible. In a suddenly crowded vertical, established medical device companies have an edge when it comes to supply chain stability and distribution capacity. One of J-Pac’s customers, a British...

In the early 90s, Ronald Dykes managed a sales territory for an implantable lens company. He was successful, having developed strong friendships with ophthalmologists that competitors saw as customers. But the ophthalmic surgery market was changing. Ophthalmologists needed a trustworthy diamond blade. So he designed one, opening Diamatrix in 1993. The ophthalmic supply company now...

Bringing life-saving medical devices to market takes innovation, courage, and technical expertise. Biotech startup Lumicell knows commercialization also takes an immense amount of work carried out in a rigorously controlled quality system that meets strict FDA regulatory requirements. Based in Massachusetts, Lumicell has been working for over ten years to solve a potentially life-threatening problem...