August 2017

Linear Health Sciences for OCAST OCAST.ok.gov

August 16th, 2017|

Watch our Founder and CEO, Dr. Ryan Dennis', interview with OCAST OCAST (Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Sciences and Technology) caught up with our Founder and CEO, Dr. Ryan Dennis to discuss Linear Health Sciences, LLC in more depth. Thanks to Oklahoma's budding entrepreneurial spirit and in-state support, many companies find the instate support [...]

Linear Health Sciences Finds Additional Following via the Oklahoman

August 15th, 2017|

OKC startup pioneers technology that prevents accidental IV disconnects for hospital patients Linear Health Sciences, LLC. has recently received further press from The Oklahoma, a publication relative to the companies' native state. You can find the full article using the link HERE. The Orchid Safety Release Valve (TM) is in its final stages of product [...]

May 2017

Linear Health Sciences’ selection for accelerator program demonstrates Oklahoma success

May 23rd, 2017|

Linear Health's Home State of OK Provides Excellent Support to the LHS Team and Mission. Linear Health's home state of Oklahoma continues to support the long term goals of the company. A recently published article highlights some of Linear's successes and forward thinking goals with a national support base. Soon, the team will be prepared [...]

Linear Health Sciences’ Early Success Highlighted at SEMDA Medical Device Conference

May 18th, 2017|

Company’s Orchid Safety Release Valve Is Designed to Reduce Accidental IV Dislodgements ATLANTA, Georgia – The early success of Linear Health Sciences in developing its Orchid™ Safety Release Valve to prevent unwanted dislodgement of IV catheters was highlighted in a panel discussion at the recent annual conference of the Southeastern Medical Device Association (SEMDA). Dan [...]

Linear Health Sciences Featured as ‘Start-Up to Watch’ from Medtech Strategist

May 17th, 2017|

Linear Health Sciences Poised to Make an Impact on the Infusion Disposables Market Fresh off the press - Linear Health Sciences is named as a 'Start-Up to Watch' from the premier trade press organization, Medtech Strategist. This signifies a tremendous uptick in interest in not only what the team is working on now, but where [...]

March 2017

New Medtech Accelerator Launches to Help Grow Southeast’s Presence in the Industry

March 22nd, 2017|

A great new article on Linear Health's latest partnership alongside GCMI out of Atlanta posted via hypopotamus. This collaboration brings with it resources that will help Linear Health bring the Orchid SRV to market in an even more robust and methodical fashion:   A new kind of focused accelerator has joined the Atlanta startup scene. The Global [...]

IV safety valve dev Linear Health wins GCMI accelerator grant – Via MassDevice

March 22nd, 2017|

                             Linear  Health Sciences was featured in MassDevice focused on the GCMI/LHS Partnership Medical device accelerator the Global Center for Medical Innovation has issued its 1st grant to Linear Health Sciences, developer of the Orchid safety release valve designed to prevent dislodgment [...]

Linear Health Sciences is Competing in the Medtech Startup Showdown!

March 21st, 2017|

Linear Health is involved in the Medtech Startup Showdown, hosted by MDDI. This year the competition is fierce, and the winner is chosen by the people. Round 1 is currently underway and the Linear Health team wants to come out of the gate at full speed vs. Shift Labs. Take a minute of your time [...]

Linear Health Sciences Receives Grant to Work with Global Center for Medical Innovation

March 15th, 2017|

OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma – Linear Health Sciences, developer of the Orchid™ Safety Release Valve (SRV), announced that it has received a substantial grant to work with the Global Center for Medical Innovation. GCMI is a comprehensive medical-device innovation center that guides the development and commercialization of new medical devices. Linear Health Sciences is the first [...]

February 2017

IV Dislodgement Is a Common Problem in Vascular Access, Clinicians Say

February 13th, 2017|

Portsmouth, N.H. – IV dislodgement is a near-daily problem for clinicians and their patients, according to a recent focus group of vascular access experts. The clinicians also reported there is a need for better technology to mitigate the potentially serious consequences of frequent IV dislodgements. “This research discussion addressed a frustrating problem that those of [...]