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Sleep Matters to Reducing Veteran Suicides

Lack of sleep magnifies mental health conditions, sometimes to an extreme extent. Suicide attempts and successes have largely been associated with severe sleep disturbance.

Design Patent Protection – the Lines Matter

Design Patent protection can be an effective means of preventing your competitors from copying unique designs for your products, for example, your medical devices. 

Sensors in the NICU: Glucose Monitoring for the Tiniest Patients

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.

Ready to Transform Pediatric Cancer Care? Sensors are the Key

Imagine you are a parent and your child has cancer. You know fever can be an emergency, but you forgot the thermometer at home. He was feeling well, and you had a long packing list of which to keep track.  It was a mistake.

The Future of Healthcare: What Medical Professionals Can Expect From Wearables

Today when a patient visits their doctor’s office, the information gathered is only a window into that patient’s overall health. It’s what’s happening that day, in that precise moment. 

Zansors Takes You Behind-the-Scenes with Discovery

Discovery Channel is all about science and being on the cutting edge of what’s next. So, we’re pretty excited that they featured us in a recent segment on on-demand health and the future of wearable tech.

Springtime at Zansors: What’s Happening & What’s Blooming

The past year has been amazing for Zansors with interesting developments for the company and its stakeholders. As Zansors prepares for the exciting possibilities ahead, here I’m sharing some of our key updates and news.

Want to innovate in health tech? Start with the patient

I recently gave a presentation at HITLAB’s annual Innovators’ Summit, “Digital health in the age of patient-centered care.” 

Why Health Innovators Have Failed Customers & What We Can Do About It

Wellness devices don’t help people lose weight unless the underlying mentality for change is already present. But most mass producers of these devices are not in the business of selling this point. They are in the business of selling products.

Getting Quality-based Payment Models Right Means Replacing X12

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) are beginning to implement alternative payment models, fundamentally changing how health care providers are paid across America.

Designing for Health: First Impressions Can Make Or Break Your Product

A first impression can define the customer’s overall long-term satisfaction with a device, their willingness to buy similar devices in the future, and their likelihood of recommending the device to others

Springtime at Zansors: Progress, Renewal and Excitement

Spring is in the air!!! Spring is a time for opening closets and boxes, airing out the house and renewing actions and activities as we thaw out from the cold winter.

Lessons from Health Datapalooza 2014

Zansors attended Health Datapalooza in Washington, D.C. from June 1 - 3.   This blog is not to summarize the event since there are other great sites to do this.  Instead, we want to share our “lessons learned” and other observations. 

Zansors Recap at ATA May 2014

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..

Jason Waxberg:  The Progression from Toys to Tools

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.

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