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Assess. Monitor. Guide 


We offer a platform with integrated health assessments.


We monitor health indicators with various wearable bio sensor devices.


We guide people to the right resource if further support is required.

Solutions in the Midst of Crisis

“Mild-to-mod­er­ate cases [of COVID-19] should be man­aged at home, not in the hos­pi­tal, and with mas­sive de­ploy­ment of out­reach ser­vices and telemed­i­cine..”

— Dr. Maurizio Cereda, ICU Doctor at University of  Pennsylvania, March 18, 2020 WSJ


“Doctors and nurses are unable to tend to everybody.”

— Yascha Mounk, The Extraordinary Decisions Facing Italian Doctors, The Atlantic 3/11/20

“Hospitals are taking extraordinary measures, from calling on retirees for help to assigning medical students to answer the phones…”

— Rachel Roubein and Joanne Kenen report, Politico 3/18/20


Senior Living




Hospitals have become the last line of defense in the war against the coronavirus, COVID-19.

These front line institutions are hoping to survive and carry on in the face of impending waves of patients.

We have learned, however, that hospitals can become overloaded overnight.

Reports from other nations show that hospitals are at >200% capacity and are staffed by exhausted employees.

What if a hospital worker contracts this virus? This last line of defense – our hospital workers – cannot easily be replaced.

If our nurses, doctors, and other medical personnel become sick because of coworker transmission, we cannot quickly train more.

Senior Living

Evidence indicates our elderly population and those with underlying health issues as being the most at-risk population to the coronavirus, COVID-19.

While visitors are currently restricted to protect this population, those providing critical health services are still exposed to the outside world and may be undetected carriers of the coronavirus for potentially fourteen days.

When basic personal protection equipment is expensive and challenging to procure, innovative solutions can assist with caring for the providers and residents and can double as an investment in long-term proactive and innovative healthcare providing for enhanced service and peace of mind.

We must prevent what occurred at the senior center in Washington state, where overnight it became the first epicenter of the U.S. coronavirus crisis, as it spread through 95% of the healthcare professionals.


Federal, state, and municipal governments have a vested public health, economic, and human capital interest in stopping the spread of coronavirus by frontline healthcare professionals and first responders.

The most effective step to stop the spread of this virus are barriers (i.e. masks, gowns, etc.), but those aren’t as available as they should be.

If our frontline forces are in repeated contact with individuals who have the virus and they contract it undetected, then they subsequently can infect their teams without realizing it.


There is no more important bottom line for business than employee health, particularly in the current climate.

For those providing daily essentials to our communities, we do everything that we can to keep the supply chain and critical infrastructure moving by keeping those who support us healthy.

There are many community facing industries – healthcare, food service, sanitation, first responders, who are still front-line community facing and need solutions.

We provide real time solutions for them to help maintain their health and monitor for early signs of infection.

Be Proactive

Not Reactive


  • Contact us to help safeguard the lives and health of the teams and people important to you

  • We are delivering on a first come, first served basis

Contact Information

(562) 261-1735