Most health sensors today are built for adult patients. It’s a larger patient population than the pediatric patients who could benefit from sensors - but that doesn’t make sensors any less important for children’s healthcare.
The National Institute of Health (NIH) and its National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) recently awarded Zansors a NIH Phase I Small Technology Transfer (STTR) award under NIAAA’s Alcohol Biosensors program.
I recently gave a presentation at HITLAB’s annual Innovators’ Summit, “Digital health in the age of patient-centered care.”
Zansors was honored to attend our first American Telemedicine Association (ATA) annual event in Baltimore over three days (May 18 – 20) – we’re coming back next year! Not only was Zansors invited by both the ATA and law firm Jones Day to be part of their invite-only ATA Venture Summit but Zansors had a booth as part..
When your aspirations are to change the world for the better are based on unsolved real problems, you better stick to your guns. We have a saying here at Zansors HQ, “Science wins.” We believe that by grounding everything we do in science we can create products and services that will not only bring value to your life, but also maintain that value over time.
Zansors is a start-up business with great aspirations. Our aspirations to change the world for the better are based on unsolved real problems. Many of these problems are well defined; this chart explains existing challenges with chronic disease, the aging population, hospital readmissions, and physician shortages.
So you've been using the Sleep ChampTM app for a few months now and generated score reports for your child. What's next? Important people will need to know your child's sleep quality risk. Sleep ChampTM creates a score report that can be shared from within the app.