QooQoo Retained by Perimeter Medical Imaging AI to Drive Adoption of Innovative Tissue Margin Visualization Technology

QooQoo, a growing healthcare marketing agency in Southern California, announced that it has been retained by Perimeter Medical Imaging AI, a medical technology company with headquarters in Toronto, ON, and Dallas, TX.

Using their Business Before Brand methodology, QooQoo will create an omni-channel adoption and awareness campaign for Perimeter Medical’s innovative S-Series OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography) device, a pioneering high-resolution intraoperative imaging technology.

Clay Daniells, QooQoo founder and CEO, says partnering with Perimeter Medical is an exciting opportunity to impact clinicians across multiple specialties. “With real-time margin visualization inside the operating room, surgical oncologists can better evaluate whether or not they have excised all of the tissue associated with residual disease, in that moment. This technology is a game changer for surgeons concerned with taking excess tissue or the various risks surrounding re-excision.”

“We are excited to partner with QooQoo as we articulate our unique value proposition and accelerate our commercial momentum, placing Perimeter’s S-Series OCT medical imaging system in hospitals across the U.S.,” says Linda Thomas, Marketing Director at Perimeter Medical. “We’re confident their unique strategic and creative capabilities, combined with their medical device knowledge, will serve us well.”

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