- Medtech companies interested in applying must be based in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, or Newfoundland and Labrador
- The medical technology must be relevant to the health priority identified by the Nova Scotia Health Authority as the topic of the upcoming pitch event
- Companies applying to pitch must also already be approved to sell their product or service in Canada
Applications to the Health Challenge Pitch Events must be submitted via email, quoting ‘Health Challenge Application: Cancer Care’ in the subject line.
In your email, you must include the following information:
- your company name, overview and website
- the primary contact’s name, email address and phone number
- description of your technology
- market opportunity
- team structure
- explain the unmet medical need and how your technology is relevant to the topic
- what outcomes and benefits your technology will provide the patient and health care system
- how access to the NSHA will support your company development plans
- how you plan on using the funds
- Have you identified a clinical champion within NSHA (individual or team) who will be critical to implementation
- Please expand on the technical requirements and the plan to integrate with NSHA IMIT systems (requirements, anticipated hurdles, synergies).
- Please expand on the impact to existing clinical pathways or clinician work flows. How does your solution vary from the current state and what are the key changes required for successful implementation?
- What is the regulatory status of your solution?
- Please expand on your deployments in health centres (name of the centre, timing, process undertaken, outcomes). Please include any attempt to enter NSHA both successful and unsuccessful. If you have worked with NSHA in the past, have you completed privacy and threat impact assessments?