Tom Pressman, co-owner of Strictly Business, is managing partner for MIST.
Although the team at Strictly Business
has had to learn a slew of medical technology, the MIST
project hasn't been much more of a stretch than their typical job, he
said.Strictly Business has helped various organizations use technology to solve problems, whether it be identifying hypertension in pregnant women or helping a manufacturer improve its process.
"We've done all kinds of things," Pressman
said."We (lay out a process) and insert different types of technologies into different points in the process to make it work more properly."
It's a logical marriage when you look at it that way, he
, working with officials at Marshall University to turn this treatment into a commercial enterprise has been a great experience.
"They're all looking at how to get the best care to patients in the least amount of time," he
said.But they're going to end up making a lot of money, if things go well, he