InnoVations in MedTech

Our booth at OurCrowd Global Investor Summit.

“Dr. Allen Chefitz came all the way from New Rochelle, N.Y., to let passersby stick fingers in his non-specimen viral-detecting machine to check visitors for COVID.”

JNS Coverage of the Summit

Our Inventions

No specimen viral detector

No Specimen Viral Detector

  • Shine laser on a finger
  • Detect scattered light (Raman)
  • Process Raman signal with machine learning
  • Test results in seconds
  • Environmentally friendly
Covid detector

Read our research paper about this device.

Visual Display of Negative Test Result
Covid Test Result
Visual Display of Positive Test Result

Autonomous IV pole

Autonomous Infusion Device

Reduce IV Alarms by Automatically

  • Change low volume bags
  • Flush catheters
  • Unkink tubing
  • Aspirate air bubbles
  • Charge low batteries
Robotic infusion device

Meet the Team

Allen Chefitz


Allen B Chefitz, MD


Ellie Long

Chief Operating Officer

Elisa Long, MD

MS in Computer Science, MIT

Rohingya Singh

Scientific Advisor

Rohit Singh, PhD

Research Scientist at MIT and Expert in Machine Learning and Genomics

Pyongwu Yang


Pyongwu Yang, PhD

Physical Chemistry, MIT, Optical Engineering


US Patent No. 11,872,708 “Monitoring and Maintaining an Intravenous Assembly Without Medical Staff Involvement For Safe Distancing Enforcement” Jan 16 2024

U.S. Patent No. 11,452,454 “Self Administered Non-Invasive Transcutaneous Viral Detector” Sept 27, 2022

U.S. Patent No. 11,304,605 “Self Administered Non-Invasive Transcutaneous Viral Detector” April 19, 2022

U.S. Patent No. 11,291,408 “Eyewear System For Detecting And Indicating Presence Of Coronavirus” April 5, 2022

U.S. Patent No. 10,906,180 “Monitoring And Maintaining An Intravenous Assembly Without Medical Staff involvement For Safe Distancing Enforcement” Feb. 2, 2021

Along with several Continuation Patents, Foreign Applications and Pending Patents.

US Patents

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