Healthcare / Medical Devices

Smartphone-Based Diagnostics

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What is Smartphone-Based Diagnostics?

Modern day smartphones come equipped with a number of features — like high-resolution cameras, accelerometers, microphones, and more — that can detect and quantify different physiological and digital biomarkers. Coupled with metadata like SMS patterns, app usage, call logs, and geotags, smartphones house vast troves of information valuable for screening, diagnosing, and monitoring disease.

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Leaders

Leaders are the most established service providers in the market and possess the breadth to address various customer needs.

See why these companies made it as leaders for Smartphone-Based Diagnostics. These companies include AiCure and Altoida.

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AiCure

United States / Founded Year: 2010

AiCure is an AI and advanced data analytics company targeting the health care industry. AiCure uses AI to see, hear and understand how people respond to treatment across clinical trials and patient care. Clinically proven to accurately measure and modify patient behavior, AiCure’s technologies keep patients engaged and optimized to treatment, as well as assess treatment effectiveness.

Key People

Adam Hanina, Edward Ikeguchi, Lei Guan, and 2 more

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Altoida

United States / Founded Year: 2016

Altoida is a digital health company utilizing active digital biomarkers and technology in AI and augmented reality (AR).

Known Partners

GN Group, Eisai

Key People

Ioannis Tarnanas, Adrian Locher, Travis Bond, and 1 more

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Swift Medical

Canada / Founded Year: 2015

Swift Medical develops wound care management software. Swift Medical's mobile app captures wound care information. The company provides immediate tissue analytics using proprietary machine vision algorithms.

Key People

Edwin Liang, Carlo Perez, James Baskin, and 2 more

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Mindstrong

United States / Founded Year: 2014

Mindstrong is a provider of solutions for the diagnosis and treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders through the power of AI and ubiquitous mobile technology. The platform delivers real-time, continuous digital biomarkers of mood and cognition, including measures of processing speed, attention, memory, and executive function.

Key People

Paul Dagum, Thomas Insel, Michelle Wagner

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Scanwell Health

United States / Founded Year: 2017

Scanwell Health provides healthcare consumers and companies with at-home medical testing and instant results. Scanwell pairs proven diagnostics with patented computer vision technology to put testing into the hands of people, enabling quick detection of acute illnesses and convenient monitoring of chronic diseases. The company was first to receive FDA 510(k) clearance for an over-the-counter diagnostic smartphone application.On December 21st, 2021, Scanwell Health was acquired by BD. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Key People

Stephen Chen, Jack Jeng

Highfliers

Highfliers are the most innovative service providers in the market and possess the resources to address evolving customer needs.

See why these companies made it as highfliers for Smartphone-Based Diagnostics. These companies include Healthy.io and Dental Monitoring.

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Healthy.io

Israel / Founded Year: 2013

Healthy.io is a mobile health company turning smartphone cameras into medical devices. Its first product, Dip.io, is a clinically approved home urinalysis kit that effectively turns the smartphone into a clinical grade urinalysis device, enabling the layperson to conduct clinically required urine testing with a simple smartphone scan.

Key People

Jonathan Adiri, Heather Getz, Oz Shohat, and 2 more

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Dental Monitoring

France / Founded Year: 2014

Dental Monitoring allows orthodontists and dentists to remotely follow the treatment of their patients. After downloading the DM app to their smartphones, patients follow the patented DM auto-scan procedure. DM AI technology then extracts from these scans the essential parameters desired by the practitioner and combines them with the 3D dental modelings captured at the beginning of treatment.

Known Partners

ClearCorrect

Known Customers

Candid

Key People

Emmanuel Salah, Philippe Salah, Beatrice Vassy, and 2 more

Outperformers

Outperformers are the most specialized service providers in the market and possess the expertise to address unique customer needs.

See why these companies made it as outperformers for Smartphone-Based Diagnostics. These companies include Riva Health and Quantiq.

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Riva Health

United States / Founded Year: 2013

RIva Health is a mobile digital therapeutics platform for the cardiology industry. The company's platform aims to use mobile devices, patient-provided data, and predictive analytics to help clinicians deliver personalized therapies to patients, which leads to significant reductions in cost while increasing the number of lives saved.

Key People

Dag Kittlaus, Tuhin Sinha

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Quantiq

France / Founded Year: 2020

Quantiq transforms any webcam or smartphone into a medical device that measures heart rate, frequency rate, SpO2 and more.

Key People

Alain Habra, Fabien Niel

Challengers

Challengers are the most promising service providers in the market and possess the agility to address emerging customer needs.

See why these companies made it as challengers for Smartphone-Based Diagnostics. These companies include Biospectal and FibriCheck.

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Biospectal

Switzerland / Founded Year: 2017

Biospectal has developed a smartphone application and platform that allow instant and accurate blood pressure monitoring and managemenet.

Key People

Eliott Jones, Thierry Kunz, Peter Dolch, and 1 more

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FibriCheck

Belgium / Founded Year: 2014

FibriCheck is a medically certified screening and monitoring application for the detection of irregular heart rhythms, including atrial fibrillation. It provides a mobile solution that measures a users cardiac rhythm with a smartphone camera. It automatically shares the data with a healthcare professional to streamline diagnosis and treatment.

Known Partners

Fitbit, Huma, Sentiance

Key People

Jo Van der Auwera, Bieke Van Gorp, Kobe Leysen

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Binah.ai

Israel / Founded Year: 2016

Binah.ai is the developer of a real-time vital signs measurement app that only requires a smartphone, laptop, or tablet camera. Its app supports iOS devices, Android mobile devices, and Windows laptops and desktops.

Known Partners

SDG Group

Key People

Konstantin Gedalin, Omer Levy, David Maman, and 1 more

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Aural Analytics

United States / Founded Year: 2015

Aural Analytics uses speech to detect subtle but clinically meaningful changes in brain health. The platform is completely agnostic to disease, device, location and language and powers applications throughout the world.

Key People

Julie Liss, Daniel Jones, Jim Gemmell

What is Smartphone-Based Diagnostics?

Modern day smartphones come equipped with a number of features — like high-resolution cameras, accelerometers, microphones, and more — that can detect and quantify different physiological and digital biomarkers. Coupled with metadata like SMS patterns, app usage, call logs, and geotags, smartphones house vast troves of information valuable for screening, diagnosing, and monitoring disease.

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