With our credo of “know yourself” Zansors® endorses a patient-centric health model. We believe that better health and wellness comes only when you know your health habits and symptoms, as they occur over time – not just when you see your doctor. Our evidence-based apps, sensors and digital tracking tools empower you to collect personal health data easily and affordably. So your health care decisions become clear, accurate, and relevant —based on you, not on someone like you.

Zansors products provide patient-centric solutions to common but debilitating conditions that often go undiagnosed and untreated: sleep related breathing disorders, (SRBD), like apnea, insomnia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), diabetes, and more. Our wearable sensors combine patent-pending micro sensors and algorithms to monitor bio-signals (breathing, heartbeat and motion). Personal health apps, like Sleep Champ® and apps in development allow you to collect data quickly and identify risks for sleep disorders, tobacco addiction and overexposure to UV rays. Our Cancer Survivor Symptom Tracker replaces cumbersome paper and pencil surveys with an easy way to monitor lymphedema symptoms via smart phone. Our products allow you to send your personal data to health care providers securely through a HIPAA-compliant cloud-based system.       

We have had significant external validation for Zansors technologies and products:

  •  In 2011 the Department of Health and Human Services gave us a competitive award in recognition of our novel, promising technologies and their potential to reduce healthcare costs.
  • The National Cancer Institute (NCI) funds our Cancer Survivor Symptom Tracker through the NCI SBIR contract program.
  • Zansors sleep technologies are all licensed from the University of Michigan’s Technology Transfer Office.

With four patents pending and three trademarks issued, Zansors will expand from sleep monitoring to providing the next generation of bio-signal and activity monitoring sensors. We are breaking ground in remote patient monitoring and microfluidic “lab-on-a-chip” technologies: wearable sensors you can use to check glucose and cholesterol.

In every health and wellness area we enter, the common denominator is YOU.

Your body. Your data. Your health.

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