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Chennai Based Health Sensei Emerges Winner at Stanford Seed Spark Competition

Health Sensei, a Chennai based healthcare start-up involved in hospital digitization, has won the Spark Cash Prize competition for business model and pitch presentation on its 24×7 live Hospital inpatient monitoring solution. Health Sensei was nominated by TiE Chennai for participation in the program, extremely happy that they emerged as a chosen winner from a pool of 86 high potential early-stage start-ups from top incubators and angel networks across the country, said Mrs. Akhila Rajeshwar, Executive Director, TiE Chennai.

Health Sensei recently launched a smartphone app based 24×7 live patient monitoring system for Hospital critical care units and wards. The system has been implemented in 15 Hospitals in cities including Chennai, Vellore and Hyderabad. Continuous monitoring of patients in an ICU is difficult and resource intensive. With Health Sensei, clinical teams have access to complete patient data including all waveforms and vitals to identify at-risk patients earlier and respond to critical events with conviction. During the COVID pandemic, many hospitals have found this especially useful, said Dr. Alexander Thomas, President, AHPI. Health Sensei’s continuous monitoring system helps intensive care doctors and primary consultants with early decision and intervention capacity. This can improve quality of patient monitoring and drive superior clinical outcomes. It integrates with existing patient monitors – no need to invest or upgrade to expensive new equipment, said Dr. Vijay Agarwal, President, CAHO.

Health Sensei’s implementation in our ICU has brought accuracy, reliability and authenticity in vitals monitoring and trend analysis providing flexibility for supervised care by our doctors even outside the hospital premises said Dr. Babu Narayanan, Consultant Physician, Consultant Intensivist, Unit Medical Director, Mehta Multispeciality Hospitals. This platform has substantially reduced resource intensive manual data capture by nurses giving them quality time for personalized patient care. In the backdrop of COVID-19 pandemic, the system has ensured safety and enhanced security for our doctors and nurses from transmissible respiratory infections, added Dr. Babu Narayanan.

Stanford Seed is an initiative of the Stanford Graduate School of Business to partner with entrepreneurs in emerging markets to build thriving enterprises that transform lives. Spark is Stanford Seed’s online entrepreneurship program for early stage startups to build their strategy, grow their network and ultimately boost their business acumen by providing targeted feedback to aspiring entrepreneurs. The problem that Health Sensei has identified and is working to solve is crucial to healthcare systems across the world. We are happy to see that Health Sensei team have made good use of the Stanford Seed Spark program. We wish them the best to achieve scale and impact lives, said PR Ganapathy, Regional Director, Stanford Seed – South Asia.

Extremely happy to have connected with fellow entrepreneurs, improve our customer offerings, and to finish as a chosen winner, added Mr. Sabarish, Chief Product Officer, Health Sensei. With the shortage of Intensivists and Nurses, Health Sensei can make a real positive difference in customer lives bringing cutting edge automation and IoT to save patient lives, provide support to over-worked clinicians and help cut hospital costs – this is a winner for patients, families, insurance companies and hospital administrators, said Mrs. Padma Chandrasekaran and Mr. Sameer Mehta, Anchor Investors in Health Sensei.

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