Bryan Ehret and Trent Bashore founded MobileMedTek in 2010. They began by identifying a problem in health care that they thought they could fix.
Bashore Says “In the hospital, they roll that (EEG machine) around on a cart, It takes up space, and you can’t store it close to the patient.”
Both, Bryan Ehret and Trent Bashore, built a device called ElectroTek that can take five different patient measurements and they made it fit inside a laptop case, reducing the equipment’s bulk by 75 percent. They believe that this device can work in ambulances, sending diagnostic information ahead to a hospital, and on military battlefields.