Supporting Advancements, Discoveries and Innovations in:
- Medical Devices
- Advanced Technologies & Analytics
Developing & implementing Go-to-Market strategies and tactics
Leveraging established commercial best practices
Creating framework for innovative solutions from concept to market
Fostering cross-industry collaboration
Establishing neutral platform to develop future innovative solutions
Framework for prioritizing health initiatives
Decades of experience building multi-billion-dollar global brands
Commercial experts from top global organizations
Access to talented & skilled professionals
Commitment to excellence
Network with top companies
Principles of Health Care Ethics
Number 1: Nonmaleficence
Do No Harm, Benefit Only.
It includes "Harm" in a clinical setting; "Harm" as negligence, and "Harm" as violations of autonomy.
Number 2: Beneficence
We are morally obligated to take positive and direct steps to help others.
Number 3: Autonomy
Recognizing that each person is self-ruling and must be in charge of their own destiny/decisions.
Number 4: Justice
Fairness in treatment, without discrimination or biases.
Source: E. Furlong, E. Morrison. (2014) Health Care Ethics, Critical Issues for the 21st Century - Third Edition. Jones & Bartlett Learning. pp: 47 - 63