Current Health Receives FDA Clearance for its Remote Patient Monitoring Solution, Enables Earlier Intervention and Improved Patient Outcomes

Mount Sinai Brooklyn is working with Current to detect patient deterioration earlier and improve healthcare outcomes, resulting in the safest and highest quality care for patients. Dr. Scott Lorin, president of Mount Sinai Brooklyn, said: “The Mount Sinai Health System works with innovative and leading-edge companies like Current to support our commitment to providing world-class patient care. Current’s continuous and proactive monitoring platform has the potential to alert us to patient deterioration faster and give our team data insights they can act on earlier.”

Built using the world’s largest real-time physiological data set, Current is the most accurate, all-in-one wireless wearable currently approved for use in the EU and U.S. The company’s proprietary algorithms continuously analyze data, along with relevant contextual patient information, to offer actionable and proactive insights into the wearer’s health. It seamlessly integrates with third-party devices to capture additional metrics, building patient-specific digital therapeutics and recommendations.

“At Current, we’re a small team of individuals committed to changing the world through proactive healthcare,” said Christopher McCann, CEO of Current. “Our team worked hard to get here, and it’s just the first step toward monitoring the health of every human being to identify sickness earlier with the goal of saving lives. Today, we’re in the hospital, tomorrow the home, and in the near future, we’ll be everywhere. We are just getting started.”

Founded in 2014, Current is headquartered in Edinburgh, Scotland with an office in New York. The team is led by co-founders Christopher McCann and Stewart Whiting, and is comprised of Ph.D.s, clinical researchers, healthcare professionals, data scientists and engineering experts.

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