Get to know Imua Services…
Got questions, looking for RESOURCES, or PARTNERS to help with
DEVELOPMENT through medical device MANUFACTURING?
We’ve got answers and have what you’re looking for
and if not we know someone who does so ask anyway
Can you help me to define a path to launch from idea through medical device manufacturing? YES!
How do I go about raising money or attracting investors? WE’LL TEACH YOU!
Imua Services is on a mission to motivate, equip, and lead 1 million entrepreneurs and startups to start creating innovative new products to solve healthcare challenges by the year 2020.
Our objective is to become one of the world’s leading resources for medical and diagnostic product development by offering convenient training, education, and connections to key development partners specific to our client’s needs. This will enable our clients to develop life-changing and life-saving technology that makes a positive impact on the world.
A BIT MORE ABOUT WHO WE ARE AND HOW WE KNOW ABOUT THIS STUFF
Meghan M. Alonso
Texas born and bred with ALOHA SPIRIT and a sprinkling of So Cal carefree
Meghan M. Alonso, referred to by Shark Tank’s Kevin Harrington as a medical device development expert, is known for her medical device podcast, Inspired by Imua, and her valuable connections in the medical industry. She’s a patriotic military wife, pet parent, founder and co-founder of 4 successful companies who thrives on guiding medical device and IVD companies through development and manufacturing.
When she isn’t helping others, Meghan is hard at work on her MBA she is pursuing from Auburn University, staying active with her adorable husky Abby, crossfitting, enjoying great restaurants and fine wine with her husband, and soaking up the sun the nearest beach. Find out more about her insight, guidance, resources, and great stories at imua-services.com and get her free top 10 medical device development wipeouts and how to avoid them here.
B.S. from Texas A&M University, M.Ed. from University of Houston, and currently pursuing an MBA from Auburn University
Abby E. Alonso
From shelter dog to spoiled dog
Abby adopted her human Meghan in January of 2015 and has been lovin’ life ever since. She stays hard at work providing stress relief and smiles to the humans around her and napping in the sun.
When she isn’t working, Abby enjoys long walks on the beach and chasing any furry creatures in the neighborhood…especially bunnies. Her favorite treats are fresh cut raw bones from the butcher, bully sticks, and peanut butter.
Beginner obedience, advanced obedience, and the art of manipulating humans to give belly rubs
SPECIAL BONUS…FIVE FUN FACTS ABOUT US
- Meghan has a voracious appetite and ate more than her husband on their first date.
- She is inspired to help others by her own health problems she has faced, including her prosthetic left eye.
- When Meghan visit’s family in Texas, she is known to fly back home to So Cal with upwards of 15 pounds of the best Texas brisket in her carry-on luggage (frozen of course).
- She was a gymnast growing up and had the nickname “the beast” from one of her coaches.
- Meghan has toured the world as a salsa dancer and had a debut on national television.
- Abby (as with most huskies) doesn’t bark…she talks with dogs A LOT but around humans is mostly quiet.
- She is the most dominant female our trainer has ever met.
- Her thick fur coat is not only protective against extreme cold, but extreme heat as well.
- Abby worked the registration desk at the 10x Medical Device Conference in 2015 and greeted attendees.
- She loves playing with her friends at Woofingham Palace, where she is of course the queen.
Imua Services was started with the passion to
assist in development of life changing medical
With our extensive background in medical device development, work as a healthcare provider, billing/reimbursement, and being a patient with medical devices, we share that expertise and knowledge with everyone going through the development process from start-ups and entrepreneurs to companies far down the path looking to outsource development and those needing medical device manufacturing.
Stories from patients whose lives have been changed (or saved) by technology just like yours. This should keep you dedicated to your work and screaming IMUA at the top of your lungs after you hear them.
Conversations with companies far along in medical product development or those who have just launched a product. They will point out the wipeouts they’ve had along the way and also share their stories of hangin’ ten.
Interviews with experts in the field or medical or IVD product development that can help you through the rough waves with everything from filing a patent to raising capital to engineering and clinical trials.