We are a MedTech telehealth software company with cloud-based solutions to detect chronic eye disease such as diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, age related macular degeneration, etc.... We also offer live eye exam teleconsultation, EMR / eye care practice management and electronic referrals. We sell our solutions to different players with in the healthcare market: Institutional (hospital ophthalmology departments), Eye care professionals (ophthalmology / optometry practices) and corporate (retail eye ware chains).
Chronic eye disease is a huge problem in North America and around the world. Aging populations and increased incidences of diabetes are putting enormous pressures on the eye care market and there are simply not enough ophthalmologists to handle the demand. Our tools provide early detection of eye disease as well as a whole bunch of other health issues like hypertension, arteriosclerosis, sickle cell disease...all through ocular images of your eye's retinal wall and through computer aided diagnosis constructal algorithms. Diseases such as diabetic retinopathy (#1 clause of vision loss) are treatable if detected early enough. If they go undetected, the cost for the patient, insurers and health sisters are enormous.
We're now moving ahead quickly to a Series A round. We have had preliminary meetings with some VC that invest in telehealth and detection/diagnostic software companies like us. The feedback so far has been extremely positive and they want us to come back with a formal pitch deck. I've done this many times in my career, but I just want to validate a few things. Our pitch deck will be about 15-20 slides max and will be accompanied by our financial plan.
Am I over thinking this too much? :)