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Preventing Blindness with Early Mobile Eye Disease Detection with Mike Ricci, CEO at Spect

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In this episode of Outcomes Rocket MedTech, we are excited to host Mike Ricci, CEO at Spect. Mike discusses how Spect offers screening for eye diseases, so patients can receive early diagnosis and treatment. He shares the company’s genesis, value proposition, and the three key metrics which fit Spects in the workflow. He also talks of the business model and his long-term vision for the company.

Spect is a multi-awarded startup data science company. It is a finalist in MedTech Innovator 2018. Spect has officially capped its seed fund, hired people for key positions, and is already getting a lot of commercial traction. Whether you are somebody who wants to work at a startup or an investor, this is a great opportunity, so make sure to tune in!

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