Who Are We?

Mission

“Passionate about good health and well-being”
We are enabling remote care, prediction, and prevention of adverse conditions
with superior clinical and financial outcomes.

Core Values

Innovation

To meet our customers, employees, and shareholder’s expectations means we must execute our vision in a timely manner. This culture of execution is based on our focus on accountability culture. So we strive to align our missions with our vision and strategies to create the highest quality and innovative products ahead of our industry.

Execution

We fundamentally strive for best-in-class innovative products ahead of our industry. It is the innovation that will drive our growth. We believe that no ideas outside the mainstream should be susceptible to being discounted, rejected, or ignored. So we set out to create a culture that fosters the freedom to innovate.

Teamwork

The best innovations come from working together with both colleagues and customers. Effective teamwork demands strong relationships, respect, and sharing. Building productive, long-term relationships with customers. Embracing diverse cultures, communities and points of view. Readily sharing experiences, resources, and opportunities.

Customer Focus

In order to be a successful innovator, it is imperative to have a strategic challenge in mind. It has to be the right strategy that creates value in a lasting and meaningful way. Furthermore, it must keep pace with the many changes in our market and know what we are looking to solve to use innovation to solve it. Thus, much perspiration must go into generating the inspiration that produces a true breakthrough and practical innovation.

Quality

We believe if you want the whole system to work well, you can’t just focus on each part and optimize its performance independent of the system. So, we make it a crucial point always to build quality into the whole system. So, we manage our processes methodically, and not just meet but exceed industry mandated standards for quality. Quality is part of the culture not just a byproduct of it.

Team

Mr. Saeed Azimi

CEO/President

Mr. Tommy Lui 雷瑞强

CEO Asia

Dr. Nik Tehrani

VP to Business Development

Dr. Mike Aratow, MD

Chief Medical Advisor

Mrs. Bella Cheng

General Manager China

Mr. Chase Liu

CTO

Mr. Rahul Kumar

Cloud Architect

Mrs. Suting Lau

Industrial Design

Mr. Zach Zhang

Mobile App

Dr. Jenny Jiang, MD

Medical Adviser

Dr. Steven SteinHubl, MD

Cardiologist, Medical Adviser

Dr. Lee Winters, MD

Medical Adviser

Partners

Investors

International Certifications

Careers

Our vision is to innovate and pioneer advanced technologies and techniques at the forefront of the digital health industry. DynoSense is building a team of innovators and talented individuals to be part of creating a world-class organization. If you are ready to tackle our challenges, we invite you to be part of our team and share our vision for innovation, teamwork, customer service, quality, and execution.

DynoSense Corp. offers competitive salary and compensation plans in addition to a comprehensive benefits package and professional development opportunities based on performance. DynoSense Corp. is committed to equal opportunity employment and empowering individuals at all levels of the organization. We strive to attract the most qualified and diverse candidate pool, and we encourage teamwork.

News

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In the Comfort of One’s Home: RPM and Chronic Care Management

Technology has helped simplify health care and reduce the high costs associated with chronic care 

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Living With Alzheimer’s: Planning for an Uncertain Future

When a loved one has Alzheimer’s disease, there are few possible outcomes.it is an irreversible disease..

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Elderly Care and Health Relationship Management Services (HRMS)

The initial wave of Baby Boomers turned 65 in 2010, making the elderly the fastest-growing segment ……

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“SafeCrew” Goes Live – Crews safe back home and safe to work

15 November 2020 The prevailing unresolved issue of having sea crews stranded on vessels or in their home countries has not just caused hardship and… 

DynoSense | Wednesday November 18, 2020

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DynoSense Corp Announces Commercial Agreement With Advent-AWI Holdings Inc.

SAN JOSE, Calif., June 17, 2020 (Newswire.com) – DynoSense Corp. announced today it that entered into a commercial agreement DynoSense

 Wednesday June 17, 202 based company…

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: FDA allows expanded use of devices to monitor patients’ vital signs remotely

Today, as part of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s ongoing efforts to address the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19), the agency issued a new policy that…

DynoSense | Saturday March 21, 2020

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[Blog] 5 Things Physicians Want From Mobile Technology — by David Lee Scher

Published Mar 2, 2016 by David Lee Scher Electronic health records (EHRs) have come to represent the face of digital health technology to most physicians,…

DynoSense | Friday February 7, 2020

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DynoSense Corp. Announces FDA Approval of its Cloud Based Vital Signs Measurement System

San Jose, August 13, 2019 — DynoSense Corp. announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted the company clearance for its patented Vital…

DynoSense | Saturday December 14, 2019

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How Advances in Digital Health Benefit Pregnant Women

Abstract: Pregnant women can use Smartphone apps, social media, and remote health monitoring devices to provide security, confidence, and information about the condition of not…

DynoSense | Tuesday November 12, 2019

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[News] Press Release

Do you want to learn what the most innovative company for last year recognized by Silicon Valley chamber of commerce is about to launch? Do…

dynosense | Thursday February 28, 2019

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[News] Episode 110 – Adore on Podcast, Successfully Funded

Our CEO recently did an interview with Jeff “fuzzy” Wenzel of the Successfully Funded podcast. They had a great conversation. They talked about where our…

dynosense | Saturday September 29, 2018

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[News] Lumiaa Advisory from Singapore published an article about us

“WORLD’S FIRST FULLY INTEGRATED HEALTH SCANNER – THE KEY TO SAVING LIVES, IMPROVING HEALTH, AND REDUCING COSTS!” Read more: https://www.lumiaa-advisory.com/english/your-brand-ambassador/dynosense/

dynosense | Thursday August 23,

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[Blog] 3 Games, Puzzles, and Memory Activities that Can Protect You from Alzheimer’s

As scientists work to learn more about dementia and Alzheimer’s, they attempt to determine whether there is anything we can do to prevent the disease….

dynosense | Thursday June 28, 2018

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[Upcoming Event] 2017 BIO International Convention

“There’s no better place to connect with biotech’s top people and most innovative technologies than at BIO 2017.” Come and meet DynoSense at 2017 BIO…

dynosense | Tuesday June 5, 2018

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[Upcoming Event] This Friday ROUNDTABLE SUMMIT

Roundtable Summit for China (Guangzhou) Venture Capital (2nd): Wisdom medical opens a new future Presenter: Qin Hui, vice director of the political culture center of…

dynosense | Monday October 23, 2017

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[Upcoming Event] 2017 SOA Health Meeting Panel Discussion

Come and join the panel discussion: Impact of Silicon Valley Start-ups on Health Insurance on Day 3, 11 am. June 13, 2017 at SOA Health…

dynosense | Wednesday May 17, 2017

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[News] We won the 1st Place

Congratulations! DynoSense has just won the 1st place at ZGC Innovation Competition.

dynosense | Tuesday May 16, 2017

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[News] AIS and DynoSense heralds Tele-medicine Future of Healthcare in Jamaica

” At the recent Jamaica Association of Private Pharmacy Operators, JAPPO Business Conference, Douglas Halsall Chairman & CEO for AIS introduced the attendees to DynoSense, a…

dynosense | Wednesday May 3, 2017

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[News] Off to SVIEF 2017, Chengdu!

“Chengdu has just named the most favored city for innovation and entrepreneurship in the year of 2016…” DynoSense as one of the SVIEF STARs, Dr. Nik… dynosense | Tuesday April 25, 2017

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[News] Tech + Health | Telemedicine Prospects – Pt 2 on Jamaica Gleaner

– By Jason Lewis Whether you’re a caregiver to an aging parent, ailing or disabled spouse, or child, you likely struggle to find the right…

dynosense | Wednesday March 8, 2017

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[Blog] Finding Balance as a Caregiver: Tips for Balancing Work, Family, and Care-giving

– By Jason Lewis Whether you’re a caregiver to an aging parent, ailing or disabled spouse, or child, you likely struggle to find the right…

dynosense | Wednesday March 8, 2017

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[News] Upcoming Event

Our company is attending 2017 HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition in Orlando, Florida. February 19-23 at Orange County Convention Center. We will be at booth number… dynosense | Friday February 10, 201

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[News] Introducing Dyno50

We are excited to introduce you to a new era of digital health. The Dyno50. This excitement has allowed you to measure your health vitals in…

dynosense | Wednesday February 1, 2017

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[News] DynoSense as the SVIEF STAR

DynoSense Corp. has presented and awarded the SVIEF STAR on January 9th, Silicon Valley Innovation Entrepreneurship Forum. Read more: http://www.svief.org/startup/#home

dynosense | Tuesday January 10, 2017

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[Blog] Empowering Individuals to Understand The.

As the population ages, and baby-boomers retire healthcare resources will probably be strained in this and other countries. Add to this the recent changes in…

dynosense | Sunday December 11, 2016

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[News] Awarded as SVIEF Top30

As one of the technological breakthroughs in the health-tech area, DynoSense Corp. has honorably awarded as Top30 in SVIEF (The Silicon Valley Innovation & Entrepreneurship…

dynosense | Thursday December 1, 2016

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[News] DynoSense Corp. Announce CE Mark Certification For Its Remote Health Monitoring System

San Jose, California – August 4, 2016 -DynoSense Corp. announcing today that it has received CE Mark approval for the commercial sale of its Remote…

dynosense | Saturday November 5, 2016

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[Blog] Happtique unveils certification program for mobile apps

Mobile app developers, healthcare providers and consumers looking for an independent resource to certify medical, health and wellness apps may have finally gotten their wish….

dynosense | Sunday October 30, 2016

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[News] Dr. Nik Tehrani, Vice-President of DynoS...

San Jose, California, March 24, 2016. Dr. Nik Tehrani, Vice-President of DynoSense Corp., has been appointed as a voting Board Member of the Northern California…

dynosense | Monday October 24, 2016

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[News] DynoSense Corp. Announces ISO 13485 Certification

an Jose, California, February 26, 2016, DynoSense Corp, a Delaware incorporated company, and a leader in advanced medical health scanner technology and health relation management…

dynosense | Saturday September 10, 2016

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[News] DynoSense Selected as Top 10 Finalist

DynoSense selected as Top 10 finalist for The Interface Health Excellence Challenge (IHX Challenge) which is like the “Olympics” of digital health innovation to be…

dynosense | Saturday September 3, 2016

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[Blog] Why Monitor your Vital Signs Daily?

Guarding your health is like going on vacation – you need to consult the map frequently. Your journey toward physical health and well-being requires that…

dynosense | Thursday August 18, 2016

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[Blog] Community Pharmacies, the Future of Healthcare in the U.S.

everal innovative trends are transforming the healthcare industry. Since costs for specialty medications and generics are spiraling, and advanced genomic-based screenings are available at pharmacies…

dynosense | Monday May 16, 2016

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[News] Outstanding Healthcare Technology of 2015

DynoSense Corp. was awarded “Outstanding HealthCare Technology of 2015” by Sunnyvale Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce at 51st Annual Murphy Awards held on Saturday February…

dynosense | Monday February 22, 2016

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[Blog] Taking Control of Health Care

Taking control of health care by Nik Tehrani, PhD, Published in ZENITH International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research ISSN 2231-5780 Vol.5 (1), JANUARY (2015). To lower…

dynosense | Sunday January 3, 2016

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[News] DynoSense Enters Marketing and Distribution Partnership

SUNNYVALE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–DynoSense Corp. has announced a strategic partnership with JKOM Cloud Health Technology Co. Ltd to bring its digital health solutions to the Chinese…

dynosense | Tuesday September 1, 2015

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[News] DynoSense Closes $9.4 Million Series A Funding Round

SUNNYVALE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Digital health innovator DynoSense has announced that it has closed a $9.4 million Series A funding round, with participation from WI Harper Group;…

dynosense | Tuesday August 25, 2015

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[Blog] Where Brain Health Meets Digital Health and Big Data

Over the past two decades, our under­stand­ing of the human brain has grown exponentially. Fueled by this new infor­ma­tion, the num­ber and vari­ety of brain…

dynosense | Monday July 13, 2015

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[Blog] DynoSense’s Remote Monitoring Device Hopes to Improve Health, Reduce Costs

When a patient comes into your office for an annual checkup or urgent matter, it’s typical that you, or your staff, assess their five primary… dynosense | Monday May 18, 2015

[News] DynoSense Debuts World-First Digital Health Innovation at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2014

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Sept. 10, 2014 – DynoSense has announced it will preview its breakthrough Dyno technology at the prestigious TechCrunch Disrupt 2014 event…

dynosense | Thursday October 9, 2014

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[News] DynoSense Selected as Finalist for TechCrunch Startup Battlefield Competition

Highly Anticipated Event Features the World’s Most Innovative Technological Startups, Battling for Recognition and the $50,000 Prize SAN JOSE, Calif. – Sept. 8, 2014 –…

dynosense | Monday October 20, 2014

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[News] Advanced sensors bring a tricorder in your pocket

A lot of electronic sensor technology  went into the DynoSense monitoring system, so much so that it resembles the hand-held tricorder that was a staple…

dynosense | Wednesday February 4, 2015

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[News] Presenting at TechCrunch

We presented at Techcrunch 2014 to great reception …….Watch video

dynosense | Wednesday September 10, 2014

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[News] Plug&Play LoT Event

DynoSense was selected from 300+ technology companies to present at first Plug&Play LoT Event on Aug 26, 2014 before a panel of corporate representatives and…

dynosense | Tuesday August 26, 2014

Publications

Taking Control of Health Care

TAKING CONTROL OF HEALTH CARE ZENITH International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research ____________ISSN 2231-5780 Vol.5 (1), JANUARY (2015) Online available at zenithresearch.org.in TAKING CONTROL OF HEALTH

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Locations

Dynosense Corp.

Dynosense is a leading company that uses artificial intelligence technology to promote digital therapy, providing breakthrough service plans and models, and establishing a new and distinguished remote care platform.

Silicon Valley
Headquarters

Headquarters in Nanjing, China

Dongguan production headquarters

Mr. Saeed Azimi

CEO/President

Mr. Saeed Azimi has 27+ years of technology engineering, management and business development experience. He is Founder, CEO and President of DynoSense Corp. He is also a prolific technology inventor with over 60+ granted patents. Prior to Dynosense, he was CEO/President of Vital Connect Inc, a developer of medical patch technology, an Electrocardiogram sensor for 24/7 heart monitoring. He oversaw the organization’s growth to a team of 50+ technologists and medical researchers, who investigated advanced medical breakthrough technologies, such as hydration, blood oxygen and glucose monitoring from upper torso area, all using a small 3″ wide medical patch. Azimi completed two rounds of financing for $13.5M, implemented the process for medical (FDA/CE) certifications, and generated numerous technology patents for the company. Mr. Azimi, as founding Vice-President of Engineering System On Chip (SOC) organization at Marvell Semiconductor Inc from startup period to Top 10 Semiconductor Ranking (1997-2008), he was responsible for Storage Product Group that grew to three separate divisions. He built the organization from ground zero (no employee or products) in less than 8 years to a staff of over 1000 employees across global cities in the U.S. and Asia. Total revenue of Storage SOC Group exceeded $1.5 Billion by 2008 and achieved #1 supplier ranking in 8 years with shipments of over one billion SOCs. During that period, [NASDAQ: MRVL] grew from 40+ employee startup to a public company with over $8 billion in market capitalization.

Mr. Tommy Lui 雷瑞强

CEO Asia

Mr. Tommy Lui 雷瑞强 , CEO Asia, has 25+ years of Business development through innovation and people centric leadership. Mr. Lui has extensive experience in building and managing organizations in areas of global medical supply chain and procurement O2O platform in China. He has grown an international freight forwarding business from US$5m to US$450m and built revenue from zero to US$20m within 3 years for an IPO-ready IT outsourcing dot.com venture in North America. Prior to joining DynoSense Corp., Mr. Lui as CEO idsMED We Doctor China 微医利和医疗中国 JV formed with the We Doctor (US$6 billion valued) headquartered in Hangzhou, China. Executive VP, Head of North Asia Executive VP, Fonsmedic Services idsMED 执行副总裁,北亚区主管 执行副总裁,采购服务主管 利和医疗, and Executive Director Innonix Technologies 执行总监 英诺利科技. He also served as Executive Director 执行总监 LF Logistics (a member of the Fung Group) 利丰物流(冯氏集团的成员, and e-Business Director 电贸业务总监. Mr. Lui was appointed by Hong Kong Government as the Chairman of the Board of R&D Centre for Supply Chain Management & Logistics to manage funding of HK$100m on technology projects.

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In the Comfort of One’s Home: RPM and Chronic Care Management

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 Mar 03, 2020

Contributed by Lydia Chan 

Technology has helped simplify health care and reduce the high costs associated with chronic care management since the days of the first artificial heart. Today, a different kind of technology is also playing a major role in managing health care costs. Remote patient monitoring (RPM) can reduce expenses associated with chronic care, limit hospital admissions, and take chronic care out of the hospital and bring it into the patient’s home, which translates into better patient outcomes. Remote monitoring programs allow for real-time collection of patient data from the comfort of the patient’s home. The patient needn’t do anything but relax and focus on their recovery.

Though insurers have been reluctant to cover the cost of remote patient monitoring (due to mistrust over outcome data), the technology has proven quite useful in a number of ways.

Chronic care
Caring for patients with a chronic condition can be costly and logistically difficult. Getting them to appointments and assessing whether they’re following doctor’s instructions can also be a hit-or-miss proposition. Once patients have been discharged, determining their condition is essential and can be unreliable. Through programs like Dynosense.com, which provides accurate, timely and secure information, patient health outcomes improve and healthcare costs are reduced.

Post-discharge
Determining whether patients are following their care plans post-discharge is an important point among health care providers. The most useful features of remote patient monitoring include its timeliness and ability to get patient data to the right people. Doctors, therapists and other health care specialists who play a role in the patient’s rehabilitation and ongoing care can be informed immediately with specifics about the patient’s health data.

Senior care
Statistics show that the majority of seniors (more than 60 percent) want to age in place rather than move to a senior living facility. Remote patient technology makes that possible for a great many older Americans. It can be especially valuable for seniors whose loved ones are trying to provide care from a great distance.

RPM candidates
With insurers sometimes wary of underwriting RPM applications, it’s important to identify who the best candidates are for RPM technology. In general, individuals with health problems which could be improved through such capabilities are good candidates. It’s important to note that patients must be willing and cooperative if the system is to work as intended. There are concerns that those who change their minds or prove uncooperative could be used by skeptical insurers to point to such cases as examples of a flawed and failed system and technology. Fortunately, for seniors, many Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans will cover the cost of RPM, and other states are quickly catching up.

Self-care is always an important factor in a case of chronic care management, both for the care subject and the caregiver. The long-term health of both depend to a great extent on following a healthy diet and getting at least 7 hours of sleep a night. Where pain and symptoms like anxiety or depression are involved, effective self-care might include CBD oil (cannabidiol), a compound found in cannabis. It gives you a feeling of euphoria and relief, important benefits from someone who’s managing chronic pain and related symptoms.
Technology can be a powerful advantage in the care of individuals suffering from a chronic condition. RPM technology helps keep such patients out of the hospital because health care providers can keep tabs on their progress and health maintenance upkeep, which reduces healthcare costs and improves patient outcomes by letting them stay at home and convalesce in comfortable and familiar surroundings.

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Living With Alzheimer’s: Planning for an Uncertain Future

Contributed by Lydia Chan 

When a loved one has Alzheimer’s disease, there are few possible outcomes. Unfortunately, it is an irreversible disease and often takes sudden twists and turns that no one is ready for. But you must prepare for the worst, hope for the best and enjoy the moments you have left with your aging family member.

The talk

There is no easy way to discuss your loved one’s condition. But you must have an open conversation about it before they are no longer able to comprehend what it means. The Neptune Society reports that having this talk as soon as possible can make things a little less stressful on everyone later down the road. Issues to discuss include personal wishes regarding long-term care and end-of-life arrangements. You’ll also need to go over financial information and discuss how your loved one’s care will be funded.

The cost of memory loss

The cost of Alzheimer’s is high. Your loved one will likely be faced with:

Extensive medical treatment to help tame symptoms

  • Lab fees
  • Home modification expenses
  • Medical monitoring (i.e. DynoCare/DynoLife)
  • Prescription drugs
  • Assistive devices
  • In-home care
  • Adult daycare services
  • Long-term residential care

While these costs vary from person-to-person, it’s estimated that facility-based care is charged at a rate of nearly $100,000 per year for a private nursing home. The Alzheimer’s Association calculates that simply having an in-home health aid can cost your family $176 per day for an eight-hour shift.

Paying for care

During your conversation about the disease, you and your loved one should look at your options for paying for care. Medicare will only cover a small portion of required medical needs and primarily only in the early stages of the disease. Medicare might pay for diagnostic testing, health risk assessments, and limited mental health services to treat depression and anxiety, according to Dementia Care Central. Gap coverage through Medicaid does not become an option until your loved one’s assets are critically low – less than $2,000.

Many individuals choose to use the equity in their home to pay for nursing care or take out a reverse mortgage to offset cost. Other options include veteran benefits and long-term care insurance. It’s important to note that veterans, and specifically those who’ve experienced brain trauma, during their time in service, are at a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s than the general population.

 Choosing care for your loved one

The type of care your loved one receives should be based upon a number of factors, including their personal wishes. Make it clear, however, that should their condition progress to the point that you are unable to provide adequate care in a safe environment that residential nursing care may be necessary. When it’s time to choose a skilled nursing center, don’t rush the decision. Your loved one’s accommodations should be close to home and offer all of the services they’ll need. Upon your initial visit, look for positive signs that this is a healthy and happy place for residents. Do patients look happy? What is the employee turnover ratio? Is there a licensed nurse on site 24 hours each day? An uncomfortable answer to any of these questions is a red flag.

If you’ve chosen to provide care at home, keep in mind that this can become a full-time job. Enlist the help of every member of your family and don’t feel guilty if you find it necessary to bring in respite care services from time to time.

There is no stopping the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. And there’s no way around the stress and heartache that comes with diagnosis. But you can make your loved one more comfortable and less fearful by planning together as soon as possible. Knowing ahead of time what they want and how their care will be funded will ease the burden on everyone involved in their end-of-life decisions.

 

Elderly Care and Health Relationship Management Services (HRMS)

Elderly Care and Health Relationship Management Services (HRMS)

By Cynthia Meckl-Sloan for DynoSense Academy, International Journal of Biomedicine 6(2) (2016) 138-142 Nov 22, 2019

The initial wave of Baby Boomers turned 65 in 2010, making the elderly the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. population [1]. A key public policy concern in the field of long-term care is the impending burden an aging society will impact the care-giving system and public finances [2]. This is called the year 2030 problem, which questions whether enough resources and an operative service system will be available in 2030, fourteen years from now when the elderly population is greater than what it is today [2]. This growth will be stimulated by Baby Boomers, who in the year “2030 will be aged 66 to 84—the ‘young old’— and will number 61 million people. In addition to the Baby Boomers, those born prior to 1946—the ‘oldest old’—will number 9 million people in 2030” [2]. This population has a higher risk of dependency stemming from chronic conditions and will use up a disparate allocation of health care resources and dollars, both public and private [3]. A recent study shows that the economic burden of elderly care by the year 2030 will require making changes now, before the day arrives when Baby Boomers start needing long-term care [2]. This involves taking advantage of medical and behavioral health advances to allow seniors to remain as active and healthy as possible, and to change the cultural view of growing old to ensure that all ages integrate into community life [2]. One solution to these concerns is a new paradigm in health care called Health Relationship Management Services (HRMS) [4] as it addresses problems associated with aging, living alone, and elder health risks, such as diet, dehydration, and medication misuse.
In the past decade, there have been many efforts to reduce health spending, yet the costs of health care continue to escalate [3]. Medical innovations, such as cancer vaccines and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease, may result in better health and longer life [1], due to new medications and innovative surgical procedures that allow people to live longer. However, with age, many new health issues have arisen, such as the combination of physical symptoms, poor eyesight, minor safety hazards, medication management issues, social isolation, forgetting appointments, mental health, and poor nutrition or malnutrition, which can be alleviated by a new healthcare paradigm called Health Relationship Management Services (HRMS) [5] [4]. Coronary heart disease is the most prevalent condition that affects individuals 65 and older, followed by stroke, cancer, pneumonia, and the flu [5]. Many seniors cope with heart conditions, such as coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, vascular disease, irregular heart rhythm, hypertension and congestive heart failure, as well as breathing problems and diabetes [5] [6]. Elders also are prone to weakened immune systems, which leaves them open to opportunistic bacteria, viruses and diseases [5]. Other physiological concerns include fever, water retention, swelling of legs, diabetic conditions, dehydration, diet, and improper nutrition [7]. Maintenance of physiological health among the aging is important, not only for the individual, but also from reducing burdens on medical services [7].

Achieving and maintaining good nutrition is essential for elderly health and quality of life [8]. At the root of dietary intake is availability, preparation and consumption of the proper quality and amount of foods, which may be impacted by several factors, to include social isolation and depression [8]. Imbalances of necessary nutrients and energy gained from food increases the vulnerability of the elderly to unfavorable health outcomes, such as decreasing energy levels and chronic health complications, such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, and osteoporosis [9]. Malnutrition often goes undiagnosed due to diet and inconsistent caloric, energy, taste and access needs [9]. Diet imbalances also can lead to lengthier hospital stays and possibility of readmission, physical, and cognitive function impairment [8].
Seniors sometimes have difficulty recognizing bitter and salty tastes, which result in an increase in salt intake in the diet, which can lead to high blood pressure [9]. Also, many elderly retain their capacity to appreciate sweet tastes, thus consume too many sugary snacks, beverages or desserts, which cause weight gain due to a slowing of metabolisms [9]. Nutrition and reduced metabolisms are directly related to both weight loss and weight gain in the elderly [9]. Moreover, the elderly, especially those suffering from chronic conditions, sometimes have less energy [9]. Thus, reduced activity can lead to obesity [9]. Conversely, limited food access, a decrease in appetite, side-effects from medication, in addition to medical problems can create weight loss [9]. Also, seniors tend to not purchase the foods that are rich in vitamins and minerals, due to fixed incomes or outright poverty [9].

A common problem among the elderly is dehydration because: (1) they have a limited capacity to conserve water, (2) are not aware of their thirst, and (3) often avoid drinking fluids due to overactive bladder problems [9]. Furthermore, the elderly are more apt to lack proper hydration during illness and in warm-weather months [9]. Dehydration is also caused by medications and chronic medical conditions [9]. Mild dehydration symptoms include constipation, headache, dizziness, low blood pressure, rapid heartbeat, and loss of consciousness, while more severe complications include seizures, kidney failure, swelling of the brain, heat injury, and death [9].

Almost 90% of individuals over the age of 65 wish to live at home for as long as they can because staying in familiar surroundings offers emotional well-being [10]. However, studies indicate that a high number of elderly who really ought to be in an assisted living care facility still live at home, and often live alone [10]. No matter the severity of a disability or dependence, elders are encouraged to be independent at home rather than being institutionalized. There are problems associated with such an arrangement aside from health problems, among which are medication, transportation issues, depression, and loneliness. For the elderly who live at home, medication can either be a health lifeline, or it can be a calamity waiting to happen [11]. Problems with medication are very common, and deadly results can occur if too much medication is taken or if doses are missed [11]. There are many reasons why the elderly do not take their medications properly. Misuse of pills often occurs with seniors who have vision problems and cannot read small print on labels [11]. Memory loss for elderly suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or dementia may forget to take their medication or cause an overdose when they cannot remember whether they took their medication already. Also, seniors on fixed incomes, or are low-income, may cut back on the prescribed dose by cutting their pills in half or simply take no medication for long periods of time [11]. Elderly persons with hearing loss may not be able to hear the doctor or pharmacist’s instructions [11]. For seniors who have trouble swallowing a capsule or tablet, they tend to crush or break them, or mix the medication in with their food, but some long-acting medications may be released too fast, or won’t work as intended and could cause sickness [11].

Most elderly individuals prefer self-sufficiency and would prefer to depend on their family as principal caretakers only in times of need which can take place in the home by family or caregivers [12]. The family is, and has been, the primary means of elderly care and assistance in which elders are allowed to live at home in familiar surroundings. Family support is one social network that positively affects an elderly person’s self-image, sense of importance, and feelings of being loved and respected. Home-care services provide quality of life services, such as personal care, housework assistance and help with daily tasks. Whether home care or day care, such services contribute to a sense of security and well-being, and prevent feelings of social detachment [13]. These alternatives to institutionalizing the elderly contribute to better physical and mental capacities since elders can participate in decision-making, maintain their home life, have a sense of control over their lives, and establish social ties [13].

Not all elderly, however, are fortunate enough to have family or day care. Some elderly persons have a negative day-to-day existence due to lack of income, poor health, lack of accessible and safe transportation, fear of being a crime victim, loneliness, social isolation, and limited family contact [11]. Although they are eligible for health services and outreach medical care programs, many elderly people do not use them due to a lack of knowledge about how to access these services and restricted mobility because they cannot reciprocate transportation favors provided by friends or families. Community-based transportation services for seniors often require advance approval and arrangements [11] [14] [15] [16] [17]. Urban medical care is often avoided due to lack of safe accessible public transportation [11] [18]. Many elderly people are justifiably fearful of becoming crime victims while using public transportation [11] [19] [20].

A recent Dutch study suggests that loneliness is a risk factor for the dementia [21]. The study’s findings suggest that feelings of loneliness contribute independently to the risk of dementia in later life. Individuals who feel lonely in old age are much more prone to develop dementia than those who do not feel lonely. People suffering from loneliness have a 64% greater risk of dementia, but this risk is dependent upon having those feelings and not simply because someone lives alone or is socially isolated, unmarried, or without social support [21]. Additional risks for the elderly are Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias that may be caused by other conditions that include depression and mild cognitive impairment.

Solutions

Homecare telemedicine for geriatric disease management is being used for many medical illnesses, such as chronic conditions and heart disease. Home telemonitoring of elderly patients with congestive heart failure confirmed a reduction of the rehospitalization rate and an improved monitoring of drug consumption by the patients [22]. Makers of remote monitoring technology solutions for senior care empower providers to proactively provide the utmost quality care possible by gathering critical health information. Hospitals, doctor’s offices, home healthcare facilities, and nursing homes are embracing wireless remote monitoring devices to communicate patient data [23]. When equipped with the right information at the right time, caregivers now can reduce costs and increase senior independence [24].
Telemedicine technologies can help seniors face challenges linked to social connectivity, emotional health and cognitive and physical ability [25]. Since many seniors want to live in their homes for as long as they can, technology, such as prosthetics, wearable sensors, and other tools for daily living make it feasible [25]. New technology is making it a possibility for adult children to monitor the activities and routines of their aging parents every day, making it possible for seniors to live in their homes rather than being transferred into an assisted living facility [25].

The risk of seniors of being socially isolated or lonely is increasing, possibly due to living alone, retirement, poor health, and death of friends and family members [26]. Research shows that remote monitoring shows promise for geriatric depression, and has become a key factor in helping the elderly and chronically ill live independently and safely in their homes while reducing heath care costs [24]. Many of the problems associated with long-term elder care now and in the future can be addressed by a new healthcare paradigm called Health Relationship Management Services (HRMS) [4].

Health Relationship Management Services (HRMS) Solutions
Health Relationship Management Services (HRMS) as a solution allows the elderly to self-monitor in the safety of their own homes, thus diminishing doctor’s visits, which will eliminate fears of reliance on public transportation, becoming crime victims at bus stops, or being injured while entering or exiting their own homes. Medication misuse that often leads to severe consequences can be monitored remotely, allowing advocates to step in and correct it. Essential nutrient imbalances gained from food that increases the elderly vulnerability to undesirable health outcomes can be minimized, since diet, dehydration, nutrition and dietary intake can be tracked and intervention can take place if problems arise. Seniors’ independence and self-sufficiency increases, since they have empowerment over their own healthcare.

HRMS supports the diverse and changing needs of the elderly by empowering them to take control of their own health [27] [4]. HRMS can lead to lower medical costs for hospital and doctor’s visits, allowing the elderly to remain independent in their own homes. An online patient portal app connects patients to the outside world to minimize isolation and loneliness. HRMS is designed to monitor an individual’s health daily to detect changes in health data that would require immediate attention. New remote health care monitoring technology and HRMS is a solution to these rising health care costs, transportation worries, isolation, and barriers to health care access [4]. HRMS can help allay those feelings by providing elderly individuals with a sense of belonging to a supportive health community in which someone is watching over them every minute of every day and monitoring their health [4].

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“SafeCrew” Goes Live – Crews safe back home and safe to work

“SafeCrew” Goes Live – Crews safe back home and safe to work

DynoSenseWednesday November 18, 2020

15 November 2020

The prevailing unresolved issue of having sea crews stranded on vessels or in their home countries has not just caused hardship and pains to the helpless crews, but also inflicted all ship owners, and ship and crew management companies with huge operating costs.

DynoSense recognizes that this adversary under the worldwide pandemic in Maritime industry could be effectively overcome by its remote health monitoring technology platform.  Working closely with Captain Milutin Gojkovic – Managing Director of ALPES MARITIME Consulting (AMC), a Captain on vessels for decades and has been passionately championing an end-to-end “SafeCrew Platform” to track crew’s healthiness Shore-Sea-Shore, starting at crews’ home town once they are hired, continuing on the vessel and until returning to shore, a seamless solution for “Safe Crew Change” is already available on hand. 

Collaborating with the project convenor AMC and Dynosense’ business partner in Singapore, EVVO Labs, the “SafeCrew Consortium” is established on 15 November 2020 to roll out the SafeCrew Platform, which primarily deploys DynoSense’ proven remote health monitoring technology using integrated FDA-grade sensor devices, artificial intelligence in the cloud and necessary smart apps.  Health status of the crew teams monitored a few times on daily basis will be analysed real-time by DynoSense’ AI, and securely stored at private DynoCloud for certification by medical doctors and then distribution to port and health authorities at discharge ports as well as ship owners and crew management companies for easy monitoring and onshore clearance.

The SafeCrew Consortium will carry pilot run soon with ship owners and port authorities and result will be reported to International Chamber of Commerce.  DynoSense is fully committed in supporting this sustainable and effective solution implementation for the collective benefits and welfare of crews and ship owners, ship management companies and port authorities to address various regulatory and management requirements. 

DynoSense Corp. is a California based digital health company. They provide an integrated remote health monitoring platform with FDA grade handheld sensor device conveniently and accurately capturing key vital sign metrics in 30 seconds. Smart AI, secure private Cloud, user friendly mobile apps, powerful care management dashboard tools, teleconsultation with medical doctors, personalized virtual health assistant, HIPAA compliant platform, and 24/7/365 telecare support to make it easy and effective for physicians to adopt Remote Patient Monitoring, Chronic Care Management and Telecare in their practice and for individuals to improve health through sustainable life style change.

https://www.dynosense.com

ALPES MARITIME Consulting Co Ltd is a Hong Kong based maritime consulting company providing all kinds of marine related services. Forward-thinking executives with solid success in line operations and agency management. Known for setting strategic goals, implementing efficient processes, and ensuring quality assurance. Adept at terminal management, shipping and maritime investment, tender documentation development, and transport infrastructure administration. Over 30 year’s experience in various types vessel operation, bunker and port procurement and route planning and project cargoes shipment.

https://www.alpes-mar.com

EVVO Labs Pte Ltd is a Singapore based technology company that provides both product and services in digital and traditional media, cybersecurity, IoT and IT Infrastructure. As a consultancy-based company, EVVO Labs creates the necessary workflow to empower entities within public and private sectors to leverage on world-class technologies to improve on their existing processes and infrastructure. EVVO Labs Pte Ltd. operates as an information and communication technology company. The Company specializes in providing managed secured enterprise-class cloud-based solutions, infrastructure, and network access.

DynoSense Corp Announces Commercial Agreement With Advent-AWI Holdings Inc.

DynoSense Corp Announces Commercial Agreement With Advent-AWI Holdings Inc.

DynoSenseWednesday June 17, 2020

SAN JOSE, Calif., June 17, 2020 (Newswire.com) – DynoSense Corp. announced today it that entered into a commercial agreement with Advent Holdings Inc., a Canadian-based company listed on TSX Venture Exchange, pursuant to which Advent, through a wholly owned Hong Kong subsidiary, will sell and distribute DynoSense’s products and services in Hong Kong and Macau under a license granted to it by DynoSense. Under the terms of the commercial agreement, Advent will pay $1 million CAD to DynoSense on or before June 30, 2020, half of which constitutes the advance payment for inventory of certain products. The initial term of the commercial agreement will be five years and may be renewed for an additional five one-year terms thereafter, subject to certain revenue targets being met at the time of each renewal. The commercial agreement is subject to acceptance by the TSX Venture Exchange.

DynoSense deploys smart AI-powered software tools, connected FDA cleared devices, personalized digital planning, HIPAA compliant platform, and 24/7/365 care support to make it easy for physicians to adopt Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM), Chronic Care Management (CCM) and Telecare in their practice to improve care and increase revenue. Its comprehensive solution has already been recognized by leading physicians who also love the deployment simplicity of its proven business model.

Alice Chiu, president and CEO of Advent, stated: “We believe that this opportunity will strategically build on Advent’s current mobile and Internet business by expanding into the digital health industry, which we felt is showing its tremendous growth opportunities in the post-COVID-19 pandemic crisis.”

“I am delighted by the prospect of expanding our revenue further into Asia, and later Canada, through this agreement with Advent,” said Saeed Azimi, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of DynoSense Corp. “Alice and her team share our vision and passion for better health through better care.”

“DynoSense has built outstanding technologies and capabilities for addressing the large market for remote care assessment and management,” said Paul Chau, Senior Partner of WI Harper Group, member of the board and a major early lead investor in DynoSense.

DynoSense’s solution has a market size exceeding $50B dollars, spanning multiple segments including elderly healthcareremote chronic carehospital discharge management, contract research organizations (CROs), and consumer health and wellness.

In this post-COVID-19 era, “A new era of cloud-based remote health monitoring and analysis systems is upon us,” said Lee Winters, MD. “This will radically change the practice of medicine in and usher new ways of caring for patients, especially those in outlying and rural locations.”

“41 Million deaths globally each year are caused by non-communicable diseases (NCDs), contributing 71% of all deaths globally. However, most of these diseases are preventable with innovative quality care that empowers individuals while connecting them with the right support,” said Dr. Peter Yan, Medical Director and Co-Founder WL&H, Cardiologist and Physician, MBBS (Singapore), M.Med (Int Med), FAMS (Cardiology).

About Advent Holdings Inc.:

Advent-AWI Holdings Inc., incorporated in 1984 and based in Vancouver, Canada, is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange (Symbol: AWI.V) together with its subsidiaries and provides cellular and wireless products, services, and accessories in Canada. The company operates through two segments, Wireless Business and Financing Business. The Wireless Business segment offers wireless voice and data, high-speed internet, digital cable television, home phone, smart home monitoring, and Rogers Bank Mastercard products. The Financing Business segment provides personal and collateral loans across the Greater Vancouver and Greater Toronto Areas.

About WI Harper Group:

Founded in 1993 by Peter Liu, WI Harper is a pioneering cross-border venture capital firm investing in early to growth-stage companies across the U.S., Greater China, and Asia-Pacific with more than 400 companies in the fields of healthcare, biotech, artificial intelligence, robotics, fintech, sustainability, and new media. WI Harper is actively overseeing more than $1 billion in assets under management with 100-plus successful IPO and M&A exits. Three offices in San Francisco, Beijing, and Taipei allow their stellar team of experts to identify and capitalize on opportunities both in the U.S. and Asia.

About DynoSense:

DynoSense is a growing global startup founded in Silicon Valley USA with a division in Nanjing, China, a technological innovator with the objective to improve and enable personalization, prediction, prevention, and participatory health & wellness through augmenting personalized care with Digital Therapeutics. This sophisticated AI-powered health management solutions, called Health Relationship Management Solution (HRMS) is comprised of patented tools such as a clinically validated, FDA-cleared vital sign measurement system and physiological and behavioral health assessment system to deliver better clinical and financial outcomes while creating a better experience for participating members.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: FDA allows expanded use of devices to monitor patients’ vital signs remotely

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: FDA allows expanded use of devices to monitor patients’ vital signs remotely

DynoSenseSaturday March 21, 2020

Today, as part of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s ongoing efforts to address the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19), the agency issued a new policy that allows manufacturers of certain FDA-cleared non-invasive, vital sign-measuring devices to expand their use so that health care providers can use them to monitor patients remotely. The devices include those that measure body temperature, respiratory rate, heart rate and blood pressure.

“Allowing these devices to be used remotely can help health care providers access information about a patient’s vital signs while the patient is at home, reducing the need for hospital visits and minimizing the risk of exposure to coronavirus,” said FDA Principal Deputy Commissioner Amy Abernethy, M.D., Ph.D. “This policy reflects the FDA’s commitment to ease burdens on health care providers and facilities as they face this public health emergency. Such devices include technologies capable of enabling remote interactions to provide crucial information to be used as an adjunctive when health care providers diagnose or treat COVID-19 or co-existing conditions. During this public health emergency, it is imperative that the FDA provide regulatory relief and adapt as the situation warrants to act upon measures to save lives.”

This policy applies to certain modifications to the indications, claims, functionality, or hardware or software of FDA-cleared non-invasive remote monitoring devices used to support patient monitoring. This policy is limited to the duration of the emergency.

The FDA, an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, protects the public health by assuring the safety, effectiveness, and security of human and veterinary drugs, vaccines and other biological products for human use, and medical devices. The agency also is responsible for the safety and security of our nation’s food supply, cosmetics, dietary supplements, products that give off electronic radiation, and for regulating tobacco products.

[Blog] 5 Things Physicians Want From Mobile Technology — by David Lee Scher

[Blog] 5 Things Physicians Want From Mobile Technology — by David Lee Scher

DynoSenseFriday February 7, 2020

Published Mar 2, 2016 by David Lee Scher

Electronic health records (EHRs) have come to represent the face of digital health technology to most physicians, but the dissatisfaction and frustration that physicians have experienced with EHRs is widespread. There are many things that physicians want but aren’t getting from their EHRs, such as communication and scheduling platforms, patient management, remote monitoring and reference tools. Security and privacy when using devices at work are major concerns as well in the healthcare space. Below are five ways mobile can improve the way doctors deliver care:

1. Security and privacy. Physicians frequently use smartphones to access patient records, as well as for communications throughout the day in both their professional and personal lives. With this in mind, healthcare presents unique considerations with regards to mobile privacy, security and keeping patient information safe. It’s important that application use policies are created and enforced, especially when it comes to facilities with BYOD policies. Containerization solutions, such as Samsung’s KNOX Workspace, allow care providers to separate their work and personal data on one device.

2.Patient scheduling tools. Both patients and physicians recognize the value of device-based appointment scheduling tools. Physicians are looking for tools that automate the scheduling process to decrease costs and no-shows. ZocDoc, an app-based tool that connects patients to the medical office, allows patients to make appointments online and helps practices to publicize their services and offer reminders. It’s been shown to decrease no-show rates and allows for seamless booking of open and canceled appointments.

3.Patient management medical apps. Apps that allow patients to follow and share data about their medical conditions, whether diabetes, asthma/COPD or heart health, are becoming commonly used by physicians. Patient management medical apps must also be able to connect to EHRs.

4.Remote patient monitoring. Longer-term data trends on weight, blood pressure, glucose measurements, heart rates and other parameters are often more valuable than snapshots obtained via periodic office visits, and can lead to better care and patient safety. For example, patients can view their insulin pump data on their smartphones, and wirelessly transmit data from implantable pacemakers and defibrillators. Remote patient monitoring is now available to physicians via mobile devices as well.

5. Reference tools, journals and continuing education. Another common use of mobile tools by physicians is for reference purposes. Medical reference data, textbooks, journal articles and sources of continuing medical education are more convenient and efficient to use when they can be accessed via mobile devices.

Physicians are technophiles. They’re also people whose lives outside medicine are significantly affected by mobile innovation. Healthcare is late to the game when it comes to technology because of its risk-averse culture and unique regulatory and business models. However, both patients and providers want healthcare to catch up when it comes to opportunities to add convenience and improve care.

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DynoSense Corp. Announces FDA Approval of its Cloud Based Vital Signs Measurement System

DynoSense Corp. Announces FDA Approval of its Cloud Based Vital Signs Measurement System

DynoSenseSaturday December 14, 2019

San Jose, August 13, 2019 — DynoSense Corp. announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted the company clearance for its patented Vital Signs Measuring System, the world’s first most integrated and cloud-based vital signs measuring and recording platform.

Its unique worldwide patented and award winning design is as simple to use as a digital thermometer yet capable of capturing electrocardiogram (ECG), respiration rate (RR), oral body temperature (TEMP), functional oxygen saturation of arterial hemoglobin (SpO2), optical photoplethysmogram (PPG) for pulse rate (PR), and heart rate (HR). The wireless device communicates with any smart mobile phone operating DynoLife application or third-party customized applications and sends the raw data to the cloud for computation. In contrast to traditional systems, the raw data is analyzed and results computed not in the device but in the cloud by an intelligent analytic (IA) engine with further capability to interpret other metrics including changes in blood pressure (BP), perfusion index (PI), different types of cardiac ailments such as Atrial Fibrillation (AFib), Heart Rate Variability (HRV), and other capabilities for its IA engine that are in various stages of development and testing.

Furthermore, DynoSense has built an advanced world-class intelligent software systems to offer patients clinically-based insights that make it easier to maintain optimal health. Its Health Relationship Management Services (HRMS) platform allows members of healthcare specialists team to aggregate and interpret health data and information to create actionable, personalized and timely individualized health care plans. Using the Medical Decision Support Algorithms (MDSA), companies can provide more comprehensive clinical and financial outcomes while creating a unique experience for people with high risk health factors or chronic conditions.

DynoSense HIPAA compliant health cloud (DYNOCLOUD) API, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform, restructures data into a personalized and actionable information format to assist the care-experts to identify health conditions of concern and create individualized wellness plans. DYNOSCORE, an innovating new health scoring system, can predict clinical exacerbation days in advance of a critical event. Care providers are given access to a dashboard (DYNOCARE) where they can monitor the individual’s periodic measured status from the device, surveys, habits and receive alerts of unusual or troubling changes in a member’s routine. Members also have the option to communicate via text and video in our health social environment where they can receive support from care-experts and care-friends.

“I am very proud of our technological accomplishments and proven capabilities to date” said Saeed Azimi, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of DynoSense Corp. “We are on the path to take advantage of the shift to advanced AI based monitoring systems and Digital Therapeutics methods to improve health and wellness. As a person with my own chronic health condition, I have come to understand the power of receiving informed preventive and self-empowering alerts that are coupled with my clinical care specialists”.

With these advances in health technologies one can induce positive behavior to improve the human health condition. DynoSense is well positioned to be working with various organizations worldwide to further mature its technology and make them fully commercially ready and available by the first half of 2020. The company has collected over 100,000 data sets from various trials and is extending datasets in collaboration with partners.

“DynoSense has built incredibly strong advanced technologies and capabilities for addressing large nascent market in the Asia region” said Ryan Wong, CEO of Evvo Labs Pte Ltd. “We are planning for exciting business opportunities and go to market strategies with them.”

DynoSense´s solution has a market size exceeding $50B USD spanning multiple segments including elderly healthcare, chronic care, hospital discharge management, geographically isolated regions, contract research organizations (CROs), and consumer health and wellness.

“A new era of cloud based health monitoring and analysis systems is upon us” said Lee Winters, MD, professor of medicine and Silicon Valley biotech consultant “This will radically change the practice of medicine and usher in new ways of caring for patients especially those in outlying and rural locations.”

 “Each year around 40 Million deaths globally are caused by Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs). This accounts for approximately 68% of all deaths globally. However, most of these NCDs are preventable with innovative quality care that empowers individuals while connecting them with the right support.” Said Dr. Peter Yan, Senior Consultant Cardiologist and Physician, MBBS (Singapore), M.Med (Int Med), FAMS (Cardiology), Medical Director and Co-Founder of the Wellness Lifestyle & Health Group (WL&H), a company focused on precision wellness. “WL&H intends to be the leader in improving health and disease free longevity, that is why we have partnered with DynoSense to provide us with customized solutions based on their technologies”.

About DynoSense:

DynoSense is a growing global private company founded in Silicon Valley, USA with a division in Nanjing China that is on a mission to advance health assessment and health management solutions. DynoSense is a technological innovator with the objective to improve and enable personalization, prediction, prevention, and participatory health & wellness through augmenting personalized care with Digital Therapeutics for better management of patients with high risk health concerns and complex chronic conditions. This sophisticated AI optimized health management solutions, called Health Relationship Management Services (HRMS) is comprised of patented tools such as clinically-validated vital signs measurement, a physiological and behavioral health assessment system coupled with health management and engagement to deliver superior clinical and financial outcomes while creating a better experience for people with chronic conditions. For more information on DynoSense and its products, please visit:  www.dynosense.com.

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How Advances in Digital Health Benefit Pregnant Women

How Advances in Digital Health Benefit Pregnant Women

DynoSenseTuesday November 12, 2019

Abstract:

Pregnant women can use Smartphone apps, social media, and remote health monitoring devices to provide security, confidence, and information about the condition of not only their own health, but also that of the baby. Pregnant women can easily gain information about nutrition, complications, and fetal development using current technologies that can provide tips and alerts for preventive care, emergency-care, post-delivery support, and information about emerging risks. Remote monitoring of high risk pregnancy and prevention of preterm labor can now be done in the patient’s home using telehealth devices. Remote monitoring of high risk pregnancy and prevention of preterm labor can now be done in the patient’s home using telehealth, as well as the non-stress test (NST) is a common test done on patients with high risk pregnancy to identify fetus heart rate (FHR) for fetuses that are in immediate danger . Several apps are available on smartphones for pregnant women that offer support and track the health of both the mother and the fetus. The Dyno, a remote health monitoring system can track the mother’s health and alert caregivers if action is required.

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[News] Press Release

[News] Press Release

dynosenseThursday February 28, 2019

Do you want to learn what the most innovative company for last year recognized by Silicon Valley chamber of commerce is about to launch? Do you want to hear what network of renowned medical advisors has to say about the Adore – the first Artificial Intelligent body composition monitoring system?  would love to give you advanced access to our press release. See below the link to the press release as well as press kit:

We would love to give you advanced access to our press release. Download the attached pdf. 

We’re looking forward to answering any questions you may have, let us know your interest.

[News] Episode 110 – Adore on Podcast, Successfully Funded

[News] Episode 110 – Adore on Podcast, Successfully Funded

dynosenseSaturday September 29, 2018

Our CEO recently did an interview with Jeff “fuzzy” Wenzel of the Successfully Funded podcast. They had a great conversation. They talked about where our project idea came from, and how Saeed got involved, and about what the future looks like after the campaign. The episode is here:
Direct listen to links: https://www.woodshed.agency/successfully-…/episode-110-adore

iTunes Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-110-adore/id1126464024?i=1000392853556&mt=2

Stitcher Link:https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/successfully-funded/e/51639662?autoplay=true

Campaign on Kickstarter:https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/867177233/adore-worlds-smartest-ai-powered-smart-scale

DynoSenseTuesday November 12, 2019

Abstract:

Pregnant women can use Smartphone apps, social media, and remote health monitoring devices to provide security, confidence, and information about the condition of not only their own health, but also that of the baby. Pregnant women can easily gain information about nutrition, complications, and fetal development using current technologies that can provide tips and alerts for preventive care, emergency-care, post-delivery support, and information about emerging risks. Remote monitoring of high risk pregnancy and prevention of preterm labor can now be done in the patient’s home using telehealth devices. Remote monitoring of high risk pregnancy and prevention of preterm labor can now be done in the patient’s home using telehealth, as well as the non-stress test (NST) is a common test done on patients with high risk pregnancy to identify fetus heart rate (FHR) for fetuses that are in immediate danger . Several apps are available on smartphones for pregnant women that offer support and track the health of both the mother and the fetus. The Dyno, a remote health monitoring system can track the mother’s health and alert caregivers if action is required.

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[News] Lumiaa Advisory from Singapore published an article about us

[News] Lumiaa Advisory from Singapore published an article about us

dynosenseThursday August 23, 2018

“WORLD’S FIRST FULLY INTEGRATED HEALTH SCANNER – THE KEY TO SAVING LIVES, IMPROVING HEALTH, AND REDUCING COSTS!”

Read more: https://www.lumiaa-advisory.com/english/your-brand-ambassador/dynosense/

[Blog] 3 Games, Puzzles, and Memory Activities that Can Protect You from Alzheimer’s —— by Jason Lewis

[Blog] 3 Games, Puzzles, and Memory Activities that Can Protect You from Alzheimer’s —— by Jason Lewis

dynosenseThursday June 28, 2018

As scientists work to learn more about dementia and Alzheimer’s, they attempt to determine whether there is anything we can do to prevent the disease. While results from studies are beginning to show that certain brain games and exercises may prevent dementia from developing, other studies show that stimulating the brain and giving it a workout can slow the symptoms and help people remain independent for a greater amount of time. That’s why doctors and scientists recommend that people, especially seniors, play games, complete puzzles, and participate in memory activities to protect themselves from the brain deterioration that leads to dementia and Alzheimer’s.

  1. Word Games

Word games are ideal exercises for protecting against Alzheimer’s because people who have difficulty retrieving words show early signs of memory loss. One game to play to stimulate the brain is completing familiar phrases. For example, you can say phrases such as “easy come, easy” and allow the person to complete the phrase with the word “go.” You also can play the game with song lyrics, poems, song titles, or any other phrase with which the person has familiarity.

Other word games that are appropriate for people who want to protect against Alzheimer’s are adapted versions of Trivial Pursuit or Jeopardy. For example, you may give clues about common objects such as: it has laces and rhymes with “new.” Or, you may give clues like the popular game show and encourage the person to answer in the form of a question to exercise the brain even more: this band was responsible for the British Invasion.

Crossword puzzles are another option for word games that engage the brain. You keep your brain sharp by using recall, long-term memory, and problem-solving skills when you solve crossword puzzles. You also use verbal skills to solve clues. The act of writing to solve crossword puzzles fires other portions of the brain and boosts hand-eye coordination as well.

A final word game that protects against Alzheimer’s is a word search. Word searches are a good choice for people who are in the early to middle stages of dementia, and they are an activity that you can adapt to fit the skills and abilities of the people who will work on them.

  1. Card Games

It’s hard to find a senior who does not enjoy card games, especially because card games most often are played with friends. Card games give people the mental exercise they need to protect against dementia because they require math skills, strategy, and quick problem-solving abilities. For some card games, players must use mental math and statistics to plan their next move. Players also must engage their brains in order to know which cards have been played and which tells their fellow competitors to have when playing various hands.

No one card game necessarily is more beneficial for people who want to protect against Alzheimer’s, but some studies show that playing Bridge has significant impacts on cognitive abilities. Bridge is a strategic game that is intellectually demanding; bridge also keeps seniors socially connected and requires communication skills.

  1. Games with Photographs

It’s also a good idea to create games with photographs to boost the memory of a person trying to combat Alzheimer’s. You may give clues about the person in the photograph and see if the person can identify her without using the photo as a visual cue. Or, you may play twenty questions about the scene in the photograph. Then, ask the person to tell you stories about the person or situation in the photo and encourage him to tell you as much as he can. See if he can connect photographs from a life event or vacation to prompt the memories. You may find that he can recall songs, cars, movies, or other memories relating to the photographs while you spend time talking about them.

There are so many fun, engaging games you can play with a person to help protect against Alzheimer’s. Variations of word games, card games, and memory games with photographs will provide hours of exercise for the brain and deliver the stimulation that the person needs to minimize brain health deterioration.

[Upcoming Event] 2017 BIO International Convention

[Upcoming Event] 2017 BIO International Convention

dynosenseTuesday June 5, 2018

“There’s no better place to connect with biotech’s top people and most innovative technologies than at BIO 2017.” Come and meet DynoSense at 2017 BIO International Convention in San Diego from June 19- 22, 2017.

Registration is NOW OPEN: http://convention.bio.org/2017/

[Upcoming Event] This Friday ROUNDTABLE SUMMIT

[Upcoming Event] This Friday ROUNDTABLE SUMMIT

dynosenseMonday October 23, 2017

Roundtable Summit for China (Guangzhou) Venture Capital (2nd): Wisdom medical opens a new future

Presenter:
Qin Hui, vice director of the political culture center of Guangzhou Daily and project leader for “Health Dating”

Honored guest for the conversation:
Han Zhongchao, professor of CAMS&PUMC, foreign associate of CNRS and associate of NAFT
Dr. Nik Tehrani, Vice President of DynoSense business development department
Yu Ying, CEO of Amcare Clinic
Tu Honggang, originator and CEO of Medicool

[Upcoming Event] 2017 SOA Health Meeting Panel Discussion

[Upcoming Event] 2017 SOA Health Meeting Panel Discussion

dynosenseWednesday May 17, 2017

Come and join the panel discussion: Impact of Silicon Valley Start-ups on Health Insurance on Day 3, 11 am. June 13, 2017 at SOA Health Meeting.

Panel Members: Dr. Nik Tehrani, Janet Anderson, and Connie B. Weisman

Learn morehttps://www.soa.org/prof-dev/events/2017/health-meeting/agenda-day-3/

[News] We won the 1st Place

[News] We won the 1st Place

dynosenseTuesday May 16, 2017

Congratulations! DynoSense has just won the 1st place at ZGC Innovation Competition.

[News] AIS and DynoSense heralds Tele-medicine Future of Healthcare in Jamaica

[News] AIS and DynoSense heralds Tele-medicine Future of Healthcare in Jamaica

dynosenseWednesday May 3, 2017

” At the recent Jamaica Association of Private Pharmacy Operators, JAPPO Business Conference, Douglas Halsall Chairman & CEO for AIS introduced the attendees to DynoSense, a telehealth and remote care management system….” Learn more: http://geezam.com/ais-dynosense/

[News] Off to SVIEF 2017, Chengdu!

[News] Off to SVIEF 2017, Chengdu!

dynosenseTuesday April 25, 2017

“Chengdu has just named the most favored city for innovation and entrepreneurship in the year of 2016…” DynoSense as one of the SVIEF STARs, Dr. Nik Tehrani ( Vice President of DynoSense Corp. ) has been invited to present our newest inventions at SVIEF 2017 at Convention Center in Chengdu, China. Please come and meet us. To learn more about the event, please visithttp://us5.campaign-archive2.com/?u=21313a52472a2961f2cb58a34&id=3f884504ad&e=

[News] Tech + Health | Telemedicine Prospects – Pt 2 on Jamaica Gleaner

[News] Tech + Health | Telemedicine Prospects – Pt 2 on Jamaica Gleaner

dynosenseSunday April 2, 2017

“The last time, I promised to speak to technology that could transform Jamaica into a country with the most comprehensive health-information database bringing us right where we need to be to offer telemedicine.”

Read more: http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/news/20170402/tech-health-telemedicine-prospects-pt-2

[Blog] Finding Balance as a Caregiver: Tips for Balancing Work, Family, and Care-giving

[Blog] Finding Balance as a Caregiver: Tips for Balancing Work, Family, and Care-giving

dynosenseWednesday March 8, 2017

– By Jason Lewis

Whether you’re a caregiver to an aging parent, ailing or disabled spouse, or child, you likely struggle to find the right balance between the demands of caregiving, your other family obligations, and your career. Many caregivers can’t afford to leave their jobs to become full-time caregivers, yet the stress of juggling both can be detrimental to your health and well-being. Commit to finding a better balance in the coming year so you can be the best caregiver you can be for your loved one.

Communicate with Your Employer

Filling your employer in on your personal struggles is uncomfortable at best. You might fear that your boss may lose confidence in your ability to perform your job if they learn about the outside stressors weighing in your mind.

In the case of caregiving, communicating with your employer is wise and provides an opportunity to reinforce your commitment to your job. Plus, when unexpected emergencies arise, your boss won’t feel left in the dark.

Find Out About Flexible Work Options

Talking to your boss or human resources department about your caregiving role also opens the door to discussing flexible work arrangements or other benefits. For instance, you may qualify to take a 12-week leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), or your employer may be willing to adjust your work hours or even allow you to work from home a few days per week.

Outsource What You Can

It’s often the little things that tend to overflow your cup as a caregiver. You might be able to balance the demands of work and caregiving, but when it comes to keeping up with errands, housework, and other mundane tasks, you’re often too exhausted to give these chores the attention they need – or even do them at all.

Placing unreasonable expectations on yourself is the quickest path to caregiver burnout. Take stock of your self-imposed expectations and let go of the things that don’t really matter. Hire someone to clean your house once per week or enlist the help of an independent contractor to run your errands or shop for groceries. You might be surprised by how much stress you can avoid by letting go of these non-essential tasks that take up hours of your time.

Ask for Help

Along with outsourcing some obligations to paid help, you can also enlist the help of family and friends to ease the load of caregiving. Again, it’s crucial that you let go of the idea that you must do it all. Often, family and friends want to help but aren’t sure what to do. Make a list of upcoming appointments and ask if other family members are available to take your loved one to an appointment or two.

Ask someone to spend a few hours with your loved one while you enjoy some shopping therapy or a date night with your spouse. Self-care is critical for your well-being, and neglecting your need to rest and rejuvenate will only leave you feeling more exhausted and burnt out. When someone asks what they can do to help, take them up on the offer and give them a few options that would alleviate some of the demands on your time and energy.

Finding balance as a working caregiver in 2017 is all about communication: communicating openly with your employer, your family and friends, and being honest with yourself about what you can reasonably accomplish entirely on your own. When you let go of unreasonable, self-imposed expectations and learn how to reach out and accept help from others, you’ll enjoy a more balanced, less-stressful caregiving journey in the coming year.

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Dr Jenny Jiang

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Dr Jenny Jiang, MD, Medical Adviser, holds an MBA degree from Stanford University and a medical doctorate degree from Sun Yat-sen University. Before starting Tiger Lifescience, she worked for Johnson & Johnson in US and China. Jenny also has rich experience in academia and successfully commercialized innovative technologies as she worked at the South China University of Technology as a lecturer and as a founder of her first startup over ten years ago. In addition, Jenny has rich entrepreneurial experience as well as multi-national managerial skills. She is very insightful in the biotech industry along with medical devices.