On: November 8, 2022 In: News

Continuous temperature monitoring technology can remove the human element from temperature taking to reduce error and improve patient safety. Depending on manual temperature taking leaves room for inaccurate readings or delayed fever detection due to inconsistent methods or other errors. Instead, continuous temperature monitoring can minimize manual errors, increase...

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On: November 1, 2022 In: News

In pediatric patients, continuous temperature monitoring can simplify patient care while offering reliable fever detection. This study compared temperature measurements taken with TempTraq to traditional tympanic measurements in 41 pediatric patients. TempTraq measurements were highly correlated to tympanic measurements, and fever detection was consistently sensitive and specific. Additionally, caregivers...

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On: July 13, 2022 In: News

While the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the value of technology in the healthcare industry, the applications of many of these technologies span far beyond the pandemic. Remote, continuous temperature monitoring, for example, continues to gain momentum as a tool to identify fevers earlier than the standard of care in...

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On: June 29, 2022 In: News

Blue Spark Technologies is one of nine organizations joining Medidata’s expanded Sensor Cloud Network, which aims to overcome barriers limiting the full adoption of medical sensors––including data integration and standardization. This, in turn, could fuel the development of new digital biomarkers and more advanced algorithms to process healthcare data...

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On: June 23, 2022 In: News

We present a case series of three febrile episodes in neutropenic pediatric cancer patients who wore a Food and Drug Administration approved high-frequency temperature monitoring (HFTM) wearable device (WD) at home. The WD detected fever events when temperature monitoring by thermometer did not detect fever or was not feasible...

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On: April 18, 2022 In: News

CLEVELAND (April 18, 2022) — Blue Spark Technologies, Inc., a leader in wearable remote patient monitoring solutions, today announced that it has raised a $40 million intellectual property-based debt solution to fund growth led by GT Investment Partners (“Ghost Tree Partners”) with support from Aon plc (NYSE: AON). The funding will go...

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On: April 7, 2022 In: News

April 7, 2022 – Boston, MA – Carevive Systems (Carevive), the leading oncology-focused health technology company centered on understanding and improving the cancer patient experience, announced today a partnership with Blue Spark Technologies, a leader and an innovator in wearable wireless medical device solutions. The study will integrate Carevive’s expertise in Patient Reported Outcomes (ePROs)...

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On: May 19, 2021 In: News

CLEVELAND (May 19, 2021) — Blue Spark Technologies, Inc. today announced that Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS, NYSE: BMY) will use its TempTraq wearable Bluetooth continuous body temperature monitoring platform in a U.S observational trial to monitor patients across multiple BMS CAR T assets prior to and following CAR T patients’ infusion with the cell therapy....

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On: January 19, 2021 In: News

CLEVELAND (January 19, 2020) — Blue Spark Technologies, Inc. today announced that Adam Perer has joined its TempTraq advisory board. The advisory board consists key leaders from the medical, tech and business communities and helps drive strategic initiatives within Blue Spark. Perer is assisting Blue Spark to build out new, innovative, features...

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On: June 10, 2020 In: News

CLEVELAND (June 10, 2020) — Blue Spark Technologies, Inc. today announced that its TempTraq® wearable temperature monitor — a disposable, wireless patch that continuously monitors patient temperature — has been deemed compatible with the Battlefield Assisted Trauma Distributed Observation Kit (BATDOK™) remote patient monitoring software. This point-of-injury monitoring and documentation tool...

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