First time poster, so please be gentle.
This seems like the most basic question in the field, but I'm not sure if I am selling a good or a service under the USPTO's definition.
In a nutshell, my company provides digital medical education content to patients in response to input provided by a physician through a software interface. The brand name I want to trademark is the company name, it is on the software which the hospital uses to "order" the educational materials, and is on the materials which are provided to the patient.
So am I selling a service (providing these products to patients on demand and providing data to the hospital which shows what the patient actually viewed) or a product (the digital materials which I send to the patients)? Or both?
As I browse through Class 44, it appears that most medical information falls under services ("044-490: providing a website featuring medical information", for example) and the only goods are if the medical information is actually placed onto an object like a bracelet or software which is sold to the user (my software would have no use on its own, it is just a user interface). So under the theory that a website is a service, I'm leaning towards this being a service.
Thanks very much for any thoughts you might have on this.