Caduceus Intelligence Corporation (CIC) together with University of Arizona (UA) is awarded by NSF for its STTR (Small Business Technology Transfer) Phase I funding with the project titled “Advanced analytics for health progression monitoring and fall detection in a novel home health monitoring system”.
The patent-pending SilverLink system is unique in its smart and connected technologies and service model including: (1) affordable and non-invasive home-based mobile health technologies; (2) advanced mobile health analytics algorithms for fall detection, health progression monitoring, and patient health anomaly detection and alert in a cloud-based data center; and (3) comprehensive patient health activity portal and support for reporting user activity and health status and engaging with family members and caregivers.
The Aging2.0 Global Startup Search is an annual program designed to search the world for the best aging-focused startups.
SilverLink was nominated as a finalist to compete at there local chapters, Phoenix, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Aging2.0 has hosted more than 300 events around the world, cultivating a robust ecosystem of entrepreneurs, technologists, designers, investors, senior care providers and older adults.
Abilities Expo has been the go-to source for the community of people with disabilities, their families, seniors, veterans and healthcare professionals. It caters mostly to people with mobility disorders and has displays of the latest in assistive technology.
The Abilities Expo is about bringing necessary products and services together under one roof for the community. The products and services range from raising awareness about rare mobility disorders to high tech robotic prosthetics and other assistive services.
During the expo, visitors including senior citizens, their family members/friends and paid caregivers, inquired SilverLink and expressed strong interest. We have talked to various type of users who found SilverLink impressive and can be very useful for their use case. Theses users include nursing facility administrators/staff, retirement community members, occupational therapy/rehabilitation students, doctors and other support group members for rare disorders such as ALS and Ataxia and family members with children with disabilities including mobility disorders as well as developmental disorders. Through these expos we have received more interest from over 50 end users and from several healthcare and rehabilitation centers in LA as well as New York and New Jersey.
Learn about Abilities Expo: http://www.abilities.com/
The 6th Annual Health Technology Forum Innovation Conference explores health and wellness enhancements made possible through technology and implementation of key health policies and strategies. Our program will highlight next generation technology, innovative solutions and practices providing better access, and availability and outcomes in care innovations, all with an eye towards sustainability. Important use-cases demonstrating barriers and break-through impacting healthcare delivery will be explored.
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