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Jun 26, 2017

Inscope Medical Solutions

JEFFERSONVILLE - Inscope Medical Solutions, a developer of suction and video laryngoscopes, has selected Jeffersonville, Indiana, for its new headquarters.


"I am thrilled Inscope Medical Solutions is choosing to build its home base right here in Indiana," Governor Eric J. Holcomb said. "Inscope's story reflects our state's thriving entrepreneurial spirit, growing venture communities and vibrant medical device industry. Indiana will continue to nurture innovation and invest in regional economic and workforce development so that startups like Inscope have the tools they need to succeed."


Inscope Medical is a medical device company focused on improving the speed, safety and effectiveness of airway intubation through laryngoscopes with integrated suction and wireless video. By integrating suction directly into the laryngoscope, physicians are able to quickly clear a patient’s airway during medical procedures to help secure breathing. The company has also developed a single-use, Wi-Fi direct-enabled video laryngoscope, which streams video from the device to a tablet, allowing medical facilities to integrate video into their procedures more cost efficiently than traditional video laryngoscopes.
 
Founded by Maggie Galloway, Adam Casson and Dr. Mary Nan Mallory, Inscope Medical initially launched its research and development in Louisville in 2014 before locating its headquarters in downtown Jeffersonville in December 2016.
 
Earlier this month, Inscope Medical took the top prize in the Venture Club of Indiana’s Innovation Showcase Pitch Competition, receiving a $100,000 prize package. The Innovation Showcase has become Indiana’s premier event for connecting idea generators to funds and resources as well as fostering new business growth and job creation in the Hoosier state. The ninth annual event was hosted at inX3, the Midwest’s largest gathering of entrepreneurs, influencers and venture capitalists.
 
“We are delighted to be part of Indiana’s thriving medical device ecosystem," said Maggie Galloway, chief executive officer of Inscope Medical. “Our location in downtown Jeffersonville allows us to benefit from the region’s entrepreneurial community as well as Indiana’s funding support.”
 
The company’s laryngoscopes are currently undergoing a clinical study in California, with plans for the first devices to be commercially available this fall and its video laryngoscopes to be available in 2018. With its growth, the company plans to hire engineers and sales representatives to expand its current team.

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