...the smartphone already in 3 billion pockets was also a mobile health solution that could measure signs of multiple potential diseases – in parallel and earlier – from just a 5 second "Healthy Selfie"TM.
Healthcare should be viewed as a time journey through the personalized lens of every individual human life across three key chronological phases: the “Prevention,” “Detection” and “Intervention” of diseases.
We, consumers, spend less than 1% of our lifetime in a medical setting and continue to hope that the medical data generated there will lead to advanced health outcomes. The problem however is that such data, while abundant, is far too often siloed, unstructured, and intermittently generated, hindering its ability to be efficiently connected to our healthcare.
As a result, a massive amount of medical data is not being adequately connected to our healthcare, nor improving our health costs or health outcomes. Medical settings offer important access to incredibly valuable healthcare expertise, and clinically validated diagnostics; however, their utility remains fundamentally limited by this 1% health-time continuum perspective.
The life setting provides access to that other 99% of our time. It is during this massive observational window where the signs of developing diseases will be expressed, but will often go dis(missed), yielding both clinical and economic opportunities for much more efficient (frequent, timely, quantitative) and scalable (accessible, affordable, convenient) healthcare solutions.
We believe health solutions of the future will come from within the life setting, via life data (sensor-measured information generated from and around life) and its computationally analytic conversion to digital biomarkers.
Our human bodies generate massive amounts of life data that can innovatively unlock novel health insights & interventions.
BioTrillion is developing a mobile health technology platform called BioEngine4D – to digitally detect drugs & diseases – by measuring this data from life, analyzing it through computational advancements in computer vision and artificial intelligence, and applying it back to solutions for life.
Our current focus is at the intersection of hardware (smartphone cameras), software (AI-based computer vision) and anatomy (eyes and face), which naturally intersect in our daily lives, sometimes 100+ times per day.
The combination is an explosion of new digital biomarkers for many diseases — now so conveniently measurable with the very device that 3 billion of us carry and use multiple times every day – requiring no new hardware.
The health applications range from earlier disease detection to accelerated drug development.
And our solution offers unprecedented scalability – from or for – Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime.
Taking a selfie is common to almost everyone with a smartphone. Imagine if that ordinary selfie contained milliscale (mm and ms) information about your health that could be extracted from a mere 10-second video.
What if that simple selfie video could then deliver novel health insights to the user or a remote clinician (Pharma or Provider)? It would revolutionize our healthcare industry, plagued by its physical and centralized paradigm, and offer a new, decentralized, ability to deliver care – at orders of magnitude greater scale – earlier in the continuum than a routine medical checkup occuring 1x/year, if at all.
This is precisely our mission and it is why we created our BioEngine4D Digital Biomarker Platform – requiring only the smartphone already in your pocket.
You ironically look at part of the solution every day.
Consider today's healthcare system and how it attempts to detect developing diseases? Or how it attempts to detect regressing diseases (in response to new drugs in clinical trials)...
…and how we could do this in the future.
BioTrillion's first 5 digital biomarkers optically measure the function of your 3 most "vital" organs – brain, heart, and lungs – using only a smartphone.
BioTrillion, Inc. began in 2018 with our headquarters in San Francisco, CA. We are reimagining Life Sciences through the fundamental principles of many sciences.
Our mission is to unlock the power of smartphone technology to empower 1 billion ordinary consumers with the ability to measure extraordinary physiologic insights. The applications – both inside and outside of Healthcare – are endless.
Advances in technology have amplified our individual capabilities in many domains, and healthcare should be no exception. After all, no one will care more for your health than yourself.