DICOM Director works with digital medical images. Our technology allows clinicians to not only easily share and store large x-ray files, but create three-dimensional, holographic images from any CT or MRI scan. These images an be viewed on any phone, tablet, laptop or computer, but when viewed with augmented reality or virtual reality devices, this technology takes clinical medical imaging to an astonishing new level and can create 'virtual x-ray vision' for the surgeon.
Tell us about the entrepreneurial milestones you accomplished?
Since our inception we have received funding from the CT Biopipeline grant to support our FDA application, which will be submitted in February 2010, as well as investment support from CT Innovations and other private investors. We have completed a number of subscription-based contract sales, creating steady revenue and allowing us to hire a Director of Sales and a Chief Marketing Officer. Prior to the pandemic, we had a strong presence at trade shows both domestically and globally.
What type of entrepreneur are you?
Scalable Venture - regional, national, or global business focus
What CT entrepreneur ecosystem resources have helped you succeed?
We are indebted to CT Innovations for their financial support, as well as to the team at District in New Haven for their support in our physical plant. The New Haven Innovation Collaborative (Elm City Innovation Collaborative) has also been tremendously supportive of our work with input and advice. We have participated in a number of events through each of these entities.
David (Dr Pearlstone) two years ago took over the startup DICOM DIrector in the DIstrict New Haven. Over the past twelve months he has driven the FDA certification of 2 of our products and has worked with sales and marketing to create strategies that have led DICOM Director to be revenue positive as of January 2021. COming out of our product development period and bringing us to market. his leadership and drive has been amazing to work with.