In a world where communication about health, technology, and business is taking place on platforms for real-time conversations with many different audiences, at Mauna Kea Technologies we have decided it’s time to take an important new step in our ongoing commitment to keeping you informed about our progress in delivering the benefits of Cellvizio to patients and clinicians around the world. This new blog is an opportunity for us to provide perspectives on our business strategy and progress.
In the coming months we’ll provide updates on clinical research and publications that support our mission to position optical biopsy as the standard of care in multiple therapeutic areas and indications in the years ahead. We’ll share many of the compelling case studies that show how cutting-edge imaging technology is bringing the smallest microscope in the world to the patient, with critical benefits including real-time evaluation of tissue with immediate diagnostic results to support faster and more effective intervention. We’ll also post content developed by clinicians from around the world who share their perspectives with us, and we’ll give you additional insights about our news to show how important developments fuel our growth.
From the clinicians and patients who use our technology to attendees at major medical conferences and more than 25 Cellvizio distributors worldwide, our constituents are more diverse, integrated, and global than ever. This blog will help us to share information across geographic borders and barriers, and will be a new and direct connection between our company and the people we serve.
Perhaps most importantly, this new blog is also a platform for us to hear from you. If you have a comment about a topic we cover in a post, or have a suggestion for a future blog post topic, we want to hear from you. Visit our Twitter handle @maunakeatech or click here to contact us.
Each day we are driven by the desire to achieve excellence as we advance our mission to bring optical biopsy to all of the patients who can benefit from this remarkable technology worldwide. Thanks to this blog, now you can be more connected to our mission than ever before.