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Common Sensing

Common Sensing is a company that develops and manufactures hardware and software solutions for people who require the use of injectable medicine

Common Sensing is a company that develops and manufactures hardware and software solutions for people who require the use of injectable medicine. The company was founded by James White and Richard Whalley in 2012, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States.

Common Sensing has developed smart injector pens that connect to a cloud platform and work for data regarding insulin, GLP-1, fertility hormones, and human growth hormones in order to make treatments more available for clinicians and patients.

The company's product is the Gocap System which is a smart cap that automatically sends drug-delivery data from the disposable pen-injector to a mobile application. The product provides patient information for healthcare providers and is blue-tooth enabled. Their product tracks dose logging, temperature monitoring, provides reminders and alerts, as well as customization within their application platform.

The company has participated in funding rounds and has received investments from Haselmeier, Waterline Ventures, Royal Philips, Qualcomm Ventures, and New World Health.

Timeline

April 11, 2018
Common Sensing raises a $6,600,000 series A round.

Funding rounds

SBA Awards

People

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Role
LinkedIn

Babak Kia

Advisor

David Crowell

Employee

Emily Hart

Employee

Emma Fiszman

Investor

Ethan Lillie

Employee

Han Shu

Investor

Hilary L. Ginsburg

Employee

James White

Founder

Jeffrey Carothers

Employee

Joey T Rene Shelley

Employee

Kelly Pavao

Employee

Kevin Schmid

Employee

Kevin Sihlanick

Employee

Matt Legrand

Employee

Maureen Denning

Employee

Melissa Lora

Employee

Michael Lalli

Employee

Richard Whalley

Employee

Further reading

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Documentaries, videos and podcasts

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Companies

Company
CEO
Location
Products/Services

Common Sensing

Kevin Schmid

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Injectable medicne solutions

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