The main goal of the project is to launch PET diagnostic services at own medical centre as it is a chain medical centres in Georgia.
Nuclear medicine is a branch of medical imaging that uses small amounts of radioactive material to diagnose or determine cancer.
Given the ability of nuclear medicine procedures to pinpoint molecular activity within the body, it has a potential role in an early diagnosis as well as a patient's immediate response to therapeutic interventions. PET and CT have established imaging modalities that have been validated and extensively utilized in routine clinical practice.
Integrated PET/CT combines and CT in a single imaging device and allows morphological and functional imaging to be carried out in a single sitting. At the same time, there is greater awareness that the quantitative features of PET may have a major impact on oncology trials and clinical treatment.
In some developing countries (with middle-income economies), where there has not been a refer l practice. once unit cost and/or standard hospital costing system for medical services, individual hospitals conduct cost analysis employing different methods.
Product/services: Radiopharmaceutical drugs products for diagnostic of cancer.
Target market: Black Sea countries.
Revenue Generation Model:
1) Diagnostic services to own medical centre as it is a chain medical centres in Georgia.
2) Radio tracer’s sale to the other hospitals which would have PET-CT
3) The possibility of export to the other countries which has no facility for production
Business goals and expected outcomes: Cover the whole imaging centres in Georgia and other countries which we can deliver according to the shelf life of drugs.
Progress on the project/business: Permission is available. The Medical centre is ready to cooperate and deliver the land and building and accept all of the expenses to build the centre as 2-2,5 M $, just we are looking for a partner to invest for equipment as 6.5 to 7 M $.
Project timeline and key milestone: To need 6-9 months to build and start the centre.
Funding needs and offering to the investor: 60% share portion against to invest the needed fund for equipment part.
Interested investors can contact the founders on Merar.