How Wearables are Transforming Digital Health
At the intersection of technology and healthcare lies a new era of digital health, where we are empowered to live healthier, more productive lives. These advancements in digital health also help reduce inefficiencies in our healthcare system, step us closer to personalized medicine and improve access to new medical technologies such as medical-grade devices and wearables.
Introducing a new solution, designed to address the needs of those challenged with age-related macular degeneration (AMD), which is the leading cause of vision loss for older individuals, impacting more than 170 million people worldwide. The number of those impacted by AMD is expected to increase significantly in the next several years, due to our increasing aging population. This large unmet need and under-served population has long desired a viable solution. Eyedaptic will be discussing the benefits and usability at SoCalBio’s Digital Health Conference at the Hotel Maya in Long Beach on Friday November 9th.
What is SoCalBio’s Digital Health Conference?
This annual conference highlights how digital health innovators can transform how patients and healthcare providers access medical advancements. This year’s lineup of presenting companies offers smart devices for use in wellness and fitness, remote monitoring, disease management, elder care and hospital workflow optimization. Companies presenting at the conference were chosen by SoCalBio Innovation Catalyst Program Members via a rigorous selection process and each company will present its business plan to attendees, including prospective partners and investors.
Who Is Eyedaptic
Eyedaptic is a privately held company that develops visual aid software, enabled by augmented reality hardware, for macular degeneration and other retinal diseases. The proprietary Simulated Natural Vision software goes beyond magnification to enable a fuller field of vision, for those suffering from central vision disorders such as AMD (age-related macular degeneration), to revitalize their quality of life. Presenting at SoCalBio is Jay Cormier, President, CEO and Founder of Eyedaptic. As an experienced technology executive and entrepreneur, Jay has a strong track record of founding, growing, and turning around businesses.
As a software technology company, Eyedaptic’s aim is to deliver life-changing solutions to those suffering from vision loss. The power of using assistive Augmented Reality (AR) devices with embedded simulated natural vision software is a true game-changer in the low vision space. For more information contact us here.