Visit us at the 23rd Congress of the EAHP for Hospital pharmacists in Sweden - Booth 19

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Medication errors happen for various reasons and MedEye, a patented solution, helps nurses to stop them. MedEye automatically collects information at the patient’s bedside and guides the nurse to give the right medication at the right time.  Through simplifying information, MedEye provides insights that enables pharmacists, doctors, and nurses to work together to continuously improve the medication process to prevent future medication errors.

Stop by to talk about how we can help you prevent and stop medication errors with bedside verification. Come visit us at booth 19


Meet us at HIMSS 2018 - Booth 12854

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The HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition brings together 40,000+ health IT professionals, clinicians, executives and vendors from around the world. Exceptional education, world-class speakers, cutting-edge health IT products and powerful networking are hallmarks of this industry-leading conference.

Stop by to talk about how we can help you prevent and stop medication errors with bedside verification. Come visit us at booth #12854, right in front of the interoperability showcase in hall G (level 1).



ETIM 2018 focusing on AI and robotics

After last year's successful 1st congress about Emerging Technologies in Medicine (ETIM) in Essen, the organizing committee is ready for the second edition in February 16/17, 2018. Gauti Reynisson, CEO and co-founder of Mint Solutions, will speak at the congress about Closing the loop: Medication safety for hospitals and healthcare institutions. 

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The congress will take place at the Lehr- und Lernzentrum of the medical faculty of University Hospital of Essen, Germany. The first day is dedicated to Artificial Intelligence and the second to Robotics.

Detailed information about the ETIM 2018 conference and its program is available at


Flevo Hospital implements medication safety system of MedEye 

The Flevo Hospital in Almere the Netherlands, a top-clinical center housing 385 beds, has chosen to further increase the patient safety by verifying all medication administrations using the MedEye medication safety system.

 From left to right: Gauti Reynisson (CEO Mint Solutions), Robin Roelofs (hospital pharmacist Flevo Hospital) en Edo Schubert (Board Flevo Hospital)

From left to right: Gauti Reynisson (CEO Mint Solutions), Robin Roelofs (hospital pharmacist Flevo Hospital) en Edo Schubert (Board Flevo Hospital)

Edo Schubert, member of the Board of Directors and responsible for quality and safety at the Flevo Hospital, is very pleased with this significant increase in medication safety: “Medication safety is an important topic in all hospitals, because we know that errors are prone to happen on the wards due to the high workload, or divided attention. Almost all hospital patients are on medication, which needs to be administrated correctly. By using this new evidence based technology to check all the medication administrations at the bedside, the risk on medication errors is greatly reduced.”

One in five administrations contains some kind of mistake
From various research reports* it appears that one in five administrations in hospitals contains some kind of mistake, e.g. wrong dose, wrong time or wrong medication. The MedEye system can visually verify the medication at the bedside before administration, and check and register it through the integration into the hospital information system. This process helps nurses to work more accurately and also more efficient. Specifically in de case of high risk medication which requires a double check by a second nurse, it means a great improvement in both safety and efficiency to use the MedEye system instead.  

Medication safety primary focus
Also hospital pharmacist Robin Roelofs is eager to work with MedEye: “Medication safety is a primary focus in patient care. The further you improve the process and at the same time make it more visible, the safer it becomes. Our ultimate goal is to verify that the correct medication is administered to the right patient at the right dose at the right time and in the appropriate manner. MedEye is an important tool to reach this goal.”

Moving to 's-Hertogenbosch
Mint Solutions, the company behind the MedEye system, experienced a strong growth in the past year and expects that by the end of this year 20% of the Dutch hospitals will have MedEye installed. They are also busy deploying the MedEye system in long term care institutes and hospitals in other European countries, like Belgium and the UK. 

Gauti Reynisson, CEO of MedEye, just moved the company to a bigger office: “The current growth phase requires more expansion possibilities. ‘s-Hertogenbosch is a great central location for us with many other high-tech companies in the area. Together with our clients we keep bringing innovative solutions for medication safety and continue to improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare each day."


National Institute for Health Research: Medication incidents are the main causes of preventable patient harm.

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Dr Maria Panagioti, Senior Research Fellow, NIHR Greater Manchester Patient Safety Translational Research Centre (PSTRC): "Delivering safe healthcare to patients and preventing patient harm is an international priority. Despite this, patient safety incidents are not uncommon. The NHS and Government should invest to reduce preventable patient harm. For example, investment in interventions to reduce medication errors (particularly at the stages of prescribing and administration of medication)".

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Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals first NHS trust to start using MedEye in the UK


MedEye and Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust executed the first pilot as preparation for rollout of MedEye. Newcastle is thereby the first hospital in the UK to try out MedEye. Mint Solutions and the hospital have worked on preparation for go-live for some months now, and the intention is to start a large scale study on the impact of MedEye in 2018. This first pilot focused on data exchange and workflow fit and has provided valuable insights which will guide preparation towards the go-live date.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 FTI program under grant agreement No 730731


MedEye: final safety check in the administration of medicine 

 Gauti Reynisson, CEO and co-founder of Mint Solutions

Gauti Reynisson, CEO and co-founder of Mint Solutions

The final link in the medication chain from hospital pharmacy to patient is the riskiest one. MedEye helps nurses administer all types of medicine more safely and accurately. The system also facilitates the proper handling of medication that requires a second check. 

“Medication verification at the patient’s bed is necessary to ensure that the right medicine is being administered in the right dose at the right time and via the right route to the right patient. The use of automated pre-packaged medicines, barcodes and checklists are helpful, but not sufficient for preventing all possible errors in all pharmaceutical groups, including incorrect deliveries and wrongly dosed medication,” says Gauti Reynisson, CEO and co-founder of Mint Solutions. Since 2000, this company has been developing a system to prevent the risk of improper medication administration. 

The computer never tires
According to Reynisson, a computer is the right tool for accurate medication verification. That’s because it never gets bored with routine tasks, does not skip essential steps and cannot be distracted. Yet, he claims, the systems used in many hospitals do not work well enough. “Nurses need to carefully read all information at the patient’s bed and deal with manual, digital administration work. This increases the risk of errors and does not sufficiently guarantee patient safety.” 

While studying in the United States, Reynisson learned about image recognition technology, which is also used in self-driving cars. This inspired him to apply this digital technology to medication verification. To make this possible, Reynisson and his classmate Ivar Helgason established Mint Solutions in 2010. Six years later, MedEye, the first medication scanner, was put into use at a Dutch hospital. The number of users has grown steadily ever since. Around ten percent of hospitals in the Netherlands currently work with the system, international interest is growing and nursing homes have also shown an interest. 

Medication scanner on the medicine cart
Reynisson describes MedEye as a tool that helps nurses with the logistical and clinical process. “A single step that links up with the existing procedures enables the system to verify all medicine intended for the individual patient. A small scanner on the medicine cart is sufficient to physically check the tablets and capsules at the patient’s bedside. The scanner compares the shape, colour, markings, diameter and thickness with the information in the medication database. The system is also linked to the hospital information system in order to verify that the administration corresponds to the doctor’s instructions.” 

MedEye can also facilitate the proper handling of medication that requires a second check, i.e. ‘high risk medication’ such as injections, infusions and insulin. Medication packaged by the distribution system for medication (GDS) can also be verified safely and efficiently at the patient’s bed. If changes have occurred and the contents of the medication pouch are no longer correct, the nurse can check this with the medication scanner and make the necessary changes. The packaging does not need to be sent back to the pharmacy first. 

Reynisson is keen to point out that the use of a sophisticated system alone is not enough to prevent all errors in the medication administration process. “All processes, including medication preparation, must be in proper order. That is why we devote special attention to this before implementing MedEye.” 

Source: Elsevier Magazine (page 6, in Dutch)



Medication administration at Nij Smellinghe even safer with MedEye CoSign

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The administration of High Risk Medications is now monitored at Nij Smellinghe hospital using a new addition to MedEye. By using MedEye CoSign, these medications can now be automatically double checked to ensure greater safety and efficiency. Nij Smellinghe hospital is the world's first hospital to use this method to make medication administrations to patients even safer in cooperation with Mint Solutions.

Double checks for medications
In hospitals, all infusions and injections are considered High Risk Medications, and require a double check by two nurses before each administration. At Nij Smellinghe Hospital, the pharmacy strives to provide this type of medication in pre-prepared packages as much as possible. High Risk Medications are currently tagged with a unique barcode, linked to the digital prescription, and contains information about the drug, dosage and other important details. When the barcode is scanned by MedEye CoSign, at the bedside, all this information is used to verify that the correct medication is administered to the right patient at the right dose at the right time and in the appropriate manner. As a result, administering medication becomes safer and more efficient since MedEye is able to meet most double check requirements without requiring a second nurse.

Closed loop
At Nij Smellinghe hospital, as many medications as possible are prepared for administration by fully automated IV stations. The robot tags the preparations with a unique barcode, and scanning the code on the patient’s wrist band allows hospital staff to check that the medication in question was indeed prescribed for this patient in this form and dosage. MedEye then helps the nurse to automatically verify and document the administration in one handling. This ‘closed loop’ ensures optimal safety in the process of administering medication to patients.

Nij Smellinghe and Mint Solutions are currently running a two-phase pilot programme with MedEye CoSign, in one nursing department. Patients and hospital staff have reacted positively to the new method and the expectation is that this system will be implemented throughout the entire hospital following the pilot.



MedEye Exhibiting at Medication Safety Congress 2017


MedEye is exhibiting at the upcoming Medication Safety Congress in Ede (The Netherlands) to demonstrate its innovative and proven solution for medication safety in practice.

Please get in touch if you'll also be attending this year and like to talk with us about medication safety & bedside medication verification. Sign up for an appointment or information at: or come by and see us at our booth.

More information about the congress can be found at:


Interzorg is the first care home organisation to prefer medication safety system MedEye 

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Interzorg highly values medication safety. That is why Interzorg is the first care home organisation in the Netherlands that prefers the MedEye medication safety system. MedEye enables health care workers to automatically verify the client’s medication and increases the safety when administering the medication. The care burden and complexity of the clients of Interzorg is increasing rapidly, which means that medication safety has the highest priority.

Investing in medication safety
Karin van der Baan is a personal adviser at Interzorg Nieuw Graswijk in Assen. As a test, she worked with MedEye for six months. “In Nieuw Graswijk, which houses young people with dementia and non-congenital brain injuries, the complexity and burden of care-giving are increasing as well. More and more clients use multiple types of medication and these must sometimes be adjusted. MedEye supports us with interim changes and digital registration. With the help of this innovative technology, we succeeded in lowering the number of medication errors in Nieuw Graswijk to as good as non-existing. This creates a safe feeling.” 

Phased implementation at all Interzorg locations
At the end of August, Interzorg and Mint Solutions-MedEye signed a long term partnership contract to implement the innovative system as partners at all locations of Interzorg. Astrid-Odile de Visser, Director of Interzorg, expresses the desire to possibly investigate if the system can also be applied in home care situations. This makes Interzorg the first care home organization to further optimise medication safety in this way. All Interzorg locations will implement this new technology in the coming years. This will be coordinated with the Wilhelmina Hospital pharmacy in Assen. 

Medication-verifying scanner
Health care workers make use of a mobile computer during their medication rounds. The computer is installed with a scanner specially developed by MedEye. Care workers use this to scan the client’s medication. The device verifies whether it is the correct medication. This guarantees that the correct patients will receive the right medication, in the right dose and at the right time. 

Improving medication safety as a mission
“Our mission is improved medication safety and actually stopping errors,” says Gauti Reynisson, CEO of MedEye. Our medication safety system demonstrably produces a substantial reduction of the number of medication errors and increase in efficiency as well. More and more hospitals, and now Interzorg (as first care home organisation) realise that administering medication is the most vulnerable step in the medication process. They now actively choose to stop these errors by checking medication at the client’s location. We are proud that Interzorg is the first care home organization in the Netherlands to prefer MedEye.”



Mint Solutions Innovator of the Year

Yesterday the Icelandic business journal Viðskiptablaðið named Mint Solutions as Innovator of the Year. Bjarni Ólafsson and Trausti Hafliðason, the former and current editors of the journal, presented the award to co-founder and CEO Gauti Reynisson at a ceremony yesterday.

Preventing serious medication errors
In twelve months, Mint Solutions' product MedEye has helped nurses prevent thousands of medication errors at hospitals and long term care facilities.  MedEye is currently used by 10% of Dutch hospitals with further expansion in progress.  Customers in Belgium and the UK will also start projects this year.



MedEye Exhibiting at Zorg&ICT 14-16 March & EAHP 22-24 March 2017

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MedEye is exhibiting at the upcoming Zorg & ICT conference (Utrecht, The Netherlands) and at the EAHP conference in Cannes (France) to demonstrate its innovative and proven solution for medication safety.  

The Zorg&ICT is the mayor Health&IT event in the Netherlands. At booth#B007, MedEye will be demonstrated in practice. We invite you to visit us there!

The European Association of Hospital Pharmacy is the mayor event of the year for hospital pharmacists in Europe. This year the theme of the conference is “Hospital pharmacist – catalysts for change”. At booth#63, MedEye will be demonstrated in practice.

Please get in touch if you'll also be attending EAHP or Zorg&ICT this year and like to talk with us about medication safety & bedside medication verification. Sign up for an appointment or information at: or come by and see us at booth #63 (EAHP) or booth #B007 (Zorg&ICT). 


MedEye expanding in UK and Long Term Care with strong partners and €3M in project investments 

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With the support of a strong group of partners and a grant from the European Union, medication safety system MedEye will expand in the UK and long term care markets with project investments totalling €3M. In the UK, Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals Foundation Trust will serve as a study site and work closely with a research team from the Durham University to measure the impact of MedEye. In long term care, PharmaForce will implement MedEye in facilities in Belgium where it provides medication services and work with users to measure the impact. Results will be published and shared with the wider healthcare community by the European Hospital and Healthcare Federation (HOPE). 

"MedEye’s mission is to eradicate preventable medication errors and this work is a major step in achieving that. We’ve been lucky to find great partners that share this ambition and now, with the strong support from the EU, we can make it happen." says Gauti Reynisson, CEO of Mint Solutions. 

UK Market
Across the UK, more hospitals are adopting Electronic Prescribing and Medicines Administration (EPMA) software. With the NHS's commitment to improving quality, extending medicines management to the bedside is a natural next step. 

"Patient safety is our top priority at the Trust and MedEye has the potential to close the loop - to check that the patient receives the correct medicine, the right dose, at the right time all in one go" said Neil Watson, Newcastle's Clinical Director of Pharmacy and Medicines Optimisation. 

"The UK is adopting health IT at a rapid pace but challenges remain. We are excited to lead what we hope is a seminal research programme to study the implementation, impact and value of the system," added Dr Sarah Slight, Reader and Associate Professor in Pharmacy Practice at Durham University. 

Long Term Care Market
As more care is provided in-home, the complexity of treatment for patients in long term care facilities has increased. Long term care facilities must find ways to maintain costs while providing quality care. 

"Patients in long term care are vulnerable to the effects of medication errors. MedEye provides complete support for treating the residents, complementing the work we do in the pharmacy," said Wim Naessens, Pharmacy Automation and Patient Integration Lead at PharmaForce. 

Complete Solution for Medication Safety
MedEye provides nurses and healthcare workers a single place where they can verify all medications – oral solids, injections, compounded and repackaged medication. Administration details are then automatically stored in a patient's medication administration record. 

Benefits for hospitals and long term care facilities are a reduction in medication errors, a common workflow for all nurses, and greater flexibility in logistics which can help increase efficiency. 

"MedEye can play a major role in reducing the variability across care settings, improving medication safety and reducing adverse drug reactions," said Pascal Garel, Chief Executive of HOPE. 

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 FTI program under grant agreement No 730731


MedEye at HIMSS17, Orlando, FL - USA

HIMSS17 is the year's largest and most important healthcare IT conference in the United States.  This year HIMSS is in Orlando, Florida from Feb 19 to Feb 23, 2017

Please get in touch if you'll also be attending HIMSS this year and like to talk with us about medication safety & bedside medication verification. Sign up for an appointment at:


Further medication checks at Westfriesgasthuis Hospital

The Westfriesgasthuis hospital in Hoorn (The Netherlands) has chosen to verify all medication with the MedEye medication safety system. The hospital thereby ensures that medication administrations receive an extra check, strengthening the most vulnerable step in the medication distribution process. The Cardiology ward will be the first to start using the system in February.

Hospital Pharmacist Tjalling van der Schors confirms the importance of verifying administrations: "Following a literature review and internal investigations we have made a plan to improve medication safety. Automatic verification of administrations was high on our priority list, right after electronic prescribing. We started by looking at barcode based solutions.  MedEye was an attractive solution for us because it can directly verify all medications at the bedside and fully supports verification of barcoded medications.  Additionally, all the verified administrations are immediately recorded in the patient's health record."

Benefit for patient and nurse
Jan Koppes, as division manager for clinical care, is responsible for medication safety including the provision of medication to patients. Koppes looks forward to deploying MedEye: "Medication errors can cause permanent injury in patients. By using MedEye, we can reduce the chance that the wrong medication or the wrong dose is administered.  This also improves work for nurses – it is a traumatic experience for a nurse when a patient receives the wrong medication so reducing the number of these events helps nurses.  I expect MedEye to be a win-win for patients and the hospital.

Substantial reduction in the number of medication errors
MedEye helps nurses verify all medications automatically at the bedside. This ensures that patients get the right medication, in the right dose and at the right time. MedEye reduces the number of medication errors and makes the medication administration process more efficient.

Together we improve medication safety
MedEye CEO Gauti Reynisson looks forward working with Westfriesgasthuis: "We love to work with enthusiastic and progressive teams like the one at Westfriesgasthuis. Automated verification of medication at the bedside is at the top of their priority list and we see more and more hospitals with this focus. Together we ensure that we improve medication safety and prevent errors at the bedside. "




Streekziekenhuis Koningin Beatrix improves medication safety

The Streekziekenhuis Koningin Beatrix (SKB) hospital  in Winterswijk, The Netherlands has chosen to verify medications hospital-wide with the MedEye medication safety system. With the introduction of this system the medication process is improved, by reducing the risk of human error at the point of administration. SKB and MedEye signed a definitive agreement in December 2016.

MedEye enables nurses to automatically verify medication at the bedside, ensuring that patients get the right medication, in the right dose and at the right time. Director of SKB and Slingeland Hospitals, Bert Kleinlugtenbeld said "We are committed to patient and medication safety and are very proud to ensure better safety with this system."

New medication distribution process
Hospital Pharmacist and Chair of the Medication Committee Arjan Bulsink said : "In preparation for the construction of our new hospital pharmacy had the opportunity to redesign our medication distribution process. The principles of the redesign were patient safety and efficiency which led us to the combination of using multidose packaging and MedEye. "

Software better at repetitive tasks
"While they do their best, people are not nearly as good at repetitive tasks as computers," said Bulsink. "Until now we were using barcodes to verify medication, but barcodes are not available on all medications and don't enable all necessary checks.  .  MedEye is the first system that can do all of these checks automatically with software.. "

Improve medication safety as a mission
"Improving medication safety and stopping medication errors at the bedside is our mission," says Gauti Reynisson, CEO of MedEye. "Our solution has led to a significant reduction in the number of medication errors and in addition, provides an improvement in efficiency."


Haga Hospital chooses medication safety system MedEye

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Haga Hospital in The Netherlands has decided to deploy the MedEye medication safety system hospital-wide. MedEye verifies all medication just before a nurse administers them to a patient. It enables nurses to automatically verify all medication at the bedside and it increases the safety medication administration.

Medication safety system
The nurse of the Haga hospital using a Computer-on-wheels (COW) to do their medication round. The COW is provided with a specially developed software and medication scanner. This allows the nurse to verify the medication of the patient to the bedside, ensuring that patients get the right medication, in the right dose and at the right time. The system will be put into use in April 2017.

In late December, the Haga Hospital and MedEye signed a definitive agreement for this innovative system to roll out hospital-wide.

Important for patients
Marjolein Tasche, Director of Haga Hospital: "Medication safety is an important theme in our hospital. A wrong medication administration could have major implications for the patient. The hospital has launched multiple initiatives to prevent this. Hospital Pharmacist Joris Uges adds: "With MedEye, we close the last piece of the medication chain in the hospital. With the use of MedEye, medication safety is secured from the prescription of the doctor to the patient administration. "

Improve medication safety as a mission
"Improving medication safety and stopping medication errors at the bedside is our mission," says Gauti Reynisson, CEO of MedEye. “Our solution has led to a significant reduction in the number of medication errors and improves efficiency. More hospitals are realizing administration is the most vulnerable step of the medication process. They are choosing now to stop these errors by checking medications at the bedside. "




Mint Solutions Raises € 5 Million in Series B to Fund Rollout of Revolutionary Medication Safety System

Amsterdam, the Netherlands, August 25, 2016 – Mint Solutions Holding BV, a private Dutch company developing and marketing the revolutionary medication safety system MedEye, has raised € 5 million in a Series B equity funding round led by the Brabant Development Agency (BOM Capital) and existing shareholders LSP (Life Sciences Partners), investing from its LSP Health Economics Fund, and Seventure Partners. Other shareholders, including NSA Ventures and a number of private Icelandic investors, also participated in the financing.

The new funds will be used to support the rollout of Mint’s proprietary MedEye system, which aims to stop and prevent medication errors and improve efficiency in hospitals and care institutions. Through a combination of innovative hardware and software and seamless integration with hospital information systems, MedEye enables nurses to automatically verify medication at the bedside, thus ensuring that patients get the right medication, in the right dose and at the right time. Following successful deployment at several Dutch hospitals, Mint is preparing to expand into adjacent market segments and additional countries. 

“This investment comes at a crucial time for our MedEye product. We are experiencing strong demand from Dutch hospitals and we see ample growth opportunity in other care segments, including long-term care, as well as international markets,” said Gauti Reynisson, CEO of Mint Solutions. “The new funding allows us to roll out MedEye and increase medication safety in even more hospitals and care institutions both in and outside the Netherlands.”

“The MedEye system has proven to significantly reduce medication errors, providing a great benefit for both hospitals and individual patients,” commented Miriam Dragstra, Director of BOM Capital. “We are pleased to be joining Mint Solutions now, as the company prepares to relocate its headquarters to the Brabant region to participate in the regional ecosystem around MedTech and e-health solutions.”

To mark today’s announcement, representatives from Mint Solutions and BOM visited Euronext Amsterdam this morning to attend the so-called Gong ceremony. Miriam Dragstra, Director of BOM Capital, was joined on stage by Mint Solutions CEO Gauti Reynisson and other members of the Mint and BOM team, to open trading on the Amsterdam stock exchange by sounding the Gong.

About Mint Solution
Mint Solutions is a Dutch-Icelandic medical startup that was established to improve medication safety in hospitals and care institutions. MedEye, Mint Solutions’ flagship solution, ensures that patients get the right medication, at the right dose and at the right time. More information:  or

About BOM
The Brabant Development Agency (BOM) endeavors to promote an innovative and resilient economy in the Dutch province of Brabant, giving the region a lasting competitive edge in a rapidly globalizing world. The emphasis in this policy is focused on the top economic clusters, crossovers between these clusters, and linking these clusters to social issues.

BOM encourages companies, local and national authorities and knowledge institutes to realize the economic ambitions nurtured by the province of Brabant. The starting point in this is to provide smart solutions to social problems. BOM’s core tasks involve forging alliances between companies and institutions, attracting foreign companies, investing risk capital in both innovative startups as well as growing companies and developing business sites. For more information: 

About LSP
LSP (Life Sciences Partners) is an independent European investment firm, providing financing for private and public life sciences companies. LSP’s mission is to connect investors to inventors, focusing on unmet medical needs. Since the late 1980s, LSP’s management has invested in about 100 innovative enterprises, many of which have grown to become leaders of the global life sciences industry. With over €1 billion of investment capital raised to date and offices in Amsterdam, Munich and Boston, LSP is one of Europe’s leading life sciences investors. LSP’s Health Economics Fund invests in innovative products that can increase the quality of health care, while reducing the cost of care. For more information please visit the new LSP website:

About Seventure Partners
With over €600m in assets under management as of the end of 2015, Seventure Partners is a leading venture capital firm in Europe. Since 1997, Seventure Partners has invested in innovative businesses with high growth potential in digital technologies, in France and Germany, and in the Life Sciences field across Europe and North America.  In Life Sciences, the main areas of focus include biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, connected health and medtech, industrial biotechnology, and last but not least: the MICROBIOME, nutrition, foodtech and personalized medicine.  For more details: 



MedEye nominated for the Accenture Innovation Award

MedEye has been nominated for the Accenture Innovation Award in the category Health & Wellbeing. Winners are selected in October at the Accenture Innovation Summit and the public has an important voice. Will you vote for our smart solution to improve medication safety?

Details here 


Mint Solutions will be showcasing MedEye at the JAC User Group in London.

JAC is the leading EPMA system in the UK and has integrated with MedEye, offering hospitals a complete bedside verification solution.

For UK hospitals, this integration brings medicines management to the bedside. MedEye helps nurses review prescriptions, verify all medications, and chart administrations in a single handling without switching applications.

Mint and JAC are working together to bring this solution to hospitals in the UK.