Bradley Merrill Thompson Launches Aventor to Advise Mobile Health Entrepreneurs on Aiding the Poor – Media Coverage RoundupMultiple Publications December 3, 2014
Bradley Merrill Thompson, Member of the Firm in the Health Care and Life Sciences practice, in the firm’s Washington, DC, office, was mentioned in multiple publications regarding Aventor, his startup aimed at providing regulatory consulting and advocacy services to social entrepreneurs who use mobile health to expand health care to the poor.
Following is an excerpt from MobiHealthNews:
Bradley Merrill Thompson, a partner at Epstein Becker Green who specializes in consulting with mobile health startups about FDA clearance, is launching a new venture called Aventor that aims to bring discounted regulatory consulting and advocacy services to companies that use mobile health and connected health to help the poor.
“In a nutshell, we want to attack the issue of poverty and healthcare,” Thompson, a longtime contributor to MobiHealthNews, said in an interview. “Those who really don’t have access to the healthcare they need, because of their economic circumstances. We want to use technology to really bridge the gap.”
Bloomberg BNA’s Medical Devices Law & Industry Report, 12/02/2014
Politico’s Morning eHealth, 12/02/2014