Qmetrics Technologies and 20/15 Visioneers Announce Go-to-Market Partnership

Today, 20/15 Visioneers LLC., a leading, advanced science and technology management consulting and marketing services company and Qmetrics Technologies, a leader in medical image analysis, announced a partnership to introduce an innovative assessment of mTBI/concussion severity.

Qmetrics’ Concussion Index delivers a number derived from multiple 3D features of a single conventional MRI exam that provides an objective indicator of post-concussive microtrauma severity. The higher the number, the more severe the post-concussive injury.

“Concussions are largely diagnosed and managed via patient symptoms,” says Edward Schreyer, CEO, Qmetrics Technologies. “Post-concussive brain injuries are typically too subtle to be seen by the human eye. Our technology-driven Concussion Index uses algorithms to identify post-concussive injuries. As a parent of two kids who play contact sports, I’m excited that we are partnering with 20/15 Visioneers to raise awareness of this objective assessment of concussions. Hopefully, it will lead to improved management of mTBI and better long-term outcomes.”

“20/15 Visioneers is an in silico-first leader in consulting and has discovered the life-changing capabilities that Qmetrics’ patented Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning technology can do for concussion patients and athletes. This innovative technology can improve concussive understanding and time to heal and ultimately enhance the safety of many contact sports and potentially prevent CTE. ” John F. Conway, Chief Visioneer Officer, 20/15 Visioneers.

Read the Whitepaper “Is it Safe to Play Again” here: https://www.20visioneers15.com/blog

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