We have a global team of highly talented and motivated individuals. Everyone is working hard to revolutionize the world of respiratory healthcare management. And we have a lot of fun doing so!
Chronic respiratory diseases like COPD and Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are often taken lightly or completely ignored. Besides their direct debilitating impact on the patient's quality of life, these diseases also have serious comorbidities including cardiac disease, hypertension, and stroke. The vast majority of chronic respiratory diseases in the U.S. remain unmanaged, costing the healthcare system over $140 billion a year. Our founder, Subath Kamalasan, finds this extremely frustrating. And he is using technology to fix this.
Launched in 2013, Somnoware is a cloud-based respiratory healthcare management platform that cuts time to diagnosis by 80%, increases therapy effectiveness by 30%, and can reduce hospital admissions / readmissions by up to 67%. It is already being used by 1 in 5 pulmonologists.
We believe that this is just a baby step in our mission to successfully manage all chronic respiratory ailments and drastically reduce the associated healthcare costs.
Our leadership team consists of experienced professionals with extensive experience in digital health, software-as-a-service, and data analytics. These individuals have been responsible for establishing and aggressively growing some of the world's leading software products from the ground up. They all share one thing - a passion for changing the world of digital health.
Our board members and advisors consist of leading thought leaders in the digital healthcare industry. These experts enable us to leverage emerging trends in artificial intelligence, interoperability, data integration, and security to support better patient care management.
We are funded and guided by some of the leading champions of the digital health industry. They are eager to break down the silos within which physicians, patients, sleep labs, durable medical equipment (DME) companies, and device manufacturers operate today.