Our vision is making yours a reality.
We see a world where barriers to collaboration become paths to progress. Where people working together accomplish more than they ever imagined.
Create a world where great healthcare doesn’t depend on who you know, where you live, or how much money you have.
Develop technologies that bring the world’s clinical expertise to every procedure room for the benefit of the patient.
Healthcare is our DNA
With deep experience in the medical world, our team understands the surgical ecosystem as well as anyone. Whether it was working in the operating room or carrying medical device bags ourselves, we know connecting expertise is essential in order to provide the best care. We’ve designed Avail technology with all of this in mind, bringing the medical community together like never before.
Meet our CEO
The son of a primary care physician, Daniel Hawkins has been immersed in healthcare from an early age. He’s also had an entrepreneurial spirit as far back as he can remember. When Daniel realized that technology could connect expertise to enhance medical care, he reimagined what remote collaboration could be. Avail was born.
Continuous growth and innovation
Since 2017, we’ve been growing our ideas, fine tuning our tech, and adding to our team to transform healthcare. More physicians, hospitals, and medical device companies are now using Avail to collaborate, regardless of physical presence. One day, you’ll see an Avail console in every operating room.
Daniel Hawkins launches Avail.
- July 13, 2021
Hospitals use Avail for remote collaboration during the pandemic when travel and visitors were restricted.
- July 15, 2021
Avail announces $100 million Series B funding
- July 17, 2021
Avail announces 200% headcount growth, the hiring of new CTO James Domine, and a new HQ.
Testimonial #3Mass Device’s 10 stories that mattered most for medtech In the midst of COVID-19, people adapted as best they could and went on, and so did the medical device industry. Medtech played a crucial role in efforts to manage the pandemic—especially Avail’s technology that helps medtech sales reps go remote.