teleSMART health enables patients, from their home, to receive clinician-guided remote examinations and monitoring. Clinicians guide patient exams from their office, home office, or a field location while maintaining the highest of quality and confidentiality standards.
teleSMART provides patients with a customized kit of connected examination equipment and a smart tablet to facilitate exam communication, take measurements, and allow monitoring of patient health data. Everything is integrated directly into the patient's existing electronic health record (EHR) via the teleSMART app.
Artificial intelligence technology allows the quality of remote examinations to meet or surpass the quality of many in-office examination equipment.
Connected to all included devices and facilitates video visits. LTE provided when WiFi is unavailable.
Live stream heart, lung, and bowel auscultations and EKG traces.
Live stream video for remote ear, nose, and throat exams.
Wirelessly measure blood pressure using easy-to-use automatic monitor.
Continuously stream blood glucose measurements.
Measure saturated oxygen (SpO2) and heart rate with wireless fingertip meter.
Measure body temperature with wireless forehead thermometer.
Track changes in body mass index (BMI) and accurately dose medications with wireless weight scale.
Access lung function with wireless spirometer.
In 2020, Mr. Robinson founded TeleSMART Health with Dr. Chris Lewis and Andrew Jajack. Mr. Robinson is a serial-entrepreneur having founded and financed multiple businesses across industries. He has deep experience raising capital and leading the operations of companies from start-up through rapid growth.
In 1994, Mr. Robinson graduated cum laude from Harvard College, with an A.B. in Economics and recognition as a Harvard College Scholar for academic distinction and, in 2000, received his MBA from Harvard Business School.
Mr. Robinson served as Board Member (two terms) to the United States Chamber of Commerce, the world’s largest business organization representing more than 3 million businesses of all sizes and sectors.
In 2005, he founded and served as CEO of Blue Marble Materials, a green technology company, and grew the company from $0-14 million in revenues over 3 years.
Mr. Robinson has over 20 years experience in private equity, having developed his early experience while working at Bain Capital, one of the world’s leading private asset firms with over $100 billion of assets under management. Mr. Robinson worked on deals in the healthcare, media and financial industries, among other. Mr. Robinson also worked as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company, the leading global management consulting firm.
Dr. Lewis is the Vice Provost for Academic Programs at the University of Cincinnati and a Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. He was inducted into the medical society Alpha Omega Alpha and, in 2007, he was awarded the prestigious American Academy of Family Practice “Teacher Development Award.” Previously Dr. Lewis served on the Cincinnati Board of Health.
Dr. Lewis is a family physician for UC Health in Cincinnati, where he serves a diverse population of patients representing over 20 countries. He also uses his knowledge of medicine and passion for teaching to instruct budding physicians.
In 1995, Dr. Lewis received his bachelor’s degree in Biology at Harvard College and, in 2000, received his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
In 2004, Dr. Lewis founded Village Life Outreach Project, Inc., a non-profit organization that partners with UC and three rural villages in Tanzania, East Africa, to improve conditions of Life, Health and Education. Village Life advances the battle against poverty in Tanzania and shares lessons learned in Africa with the Cincinnati community through partnerships with local-area schools.
In 2009, he was nominated by his medical students for the Association of American Medical Colleges “Humanism in Medicine” award.
Dr. Andrew Jajack is an entrepreneur, scientist, and engineer. He previously co-founded and led Amplify Sciences, a Y Combinator-backed startup developing a home flu test. Prior to Amplify, he built a secure communication platform used by thousands of mission-critical users in the defense, financial, and healthcare sectors.
In 2014, Jajack received his bachelor’s degree in Biology at Wittenberg University where his research resulted in 16 peer-reviewed publications and a book chapter.In 2018, Jajack received his doctorate from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Cincinnati. His research on non-invasive biosensors for sweat, saliva, and interstitial fluid led to 6 peer-reviewed publications and 4 patents that were licensed by sweat-based biosensing startup, Eccrine Systems, and by his own venture, Amplify Sciences.
In addition, Jajack is an innovator who can rapidly prototype hardware/software concepts. He has competed in 10 software/hardware hack-a-thons, placing in 1st and 2nd four times. Most recently, he built the web app that powers the COVID Moonshot, a pro-bono initiative that has crowdsourced over 13,000 drug designs, synthesized over 1000, and is now testing them against viral proteins.
Professor Doarn is the Director of Telemedicine, Research Professor for Environmental Health and Master of Public Health Program Director for the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. He has additional academic appointments in Family and Community Medicine and Political Science at University of Cincinnati, Aerospace Medicine at Wright State and Emergency Medicine at George Washington University. He is currently serving as a Special Assistant to the NASA Chief Health and Medical Officer at NASA Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Professor Doarn has served as an Editor-in-Chief of the Telemedicine and e-Health Journal since 2005. He is a recognized leader in telemedicine as a scholar and teacher, having published 5 books, over 350 manuscripts, editorials, federal reports and 39 book chapters on telemedicine and space medicine. Professor Doarn is editor or associate editor on several books related to Space Medicine and telemedicine in disasters.
Professor Doarn serves as Co-Chair of FedTel for the US Government and is a Fulbright Specialist with the US Department of State and works closely with international governments in the area of telemedicine. He has recently completed a 4 year effort to develop a multinational telemedicine system for disasters in collaboration with NATO, Romania, Finland, Moldova and Ukraine.
LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (July 1, 2021) – The enterprise telehealth platform, TeleSMART Health, has received investment funding from The University of Cincinnati Venture Lab. The funding will enable TeleSMART to develop its enterprise platform to expand access to care for organ transplant and cardiology patients in clinical trials at UC Health. The vision of TeleSMART is to expand the population of resource-constrained patients able to receive lifesaving procedures.View Full Article