The STARS-ADHD trial will evaluate the safety and efficacy of the company's proprietary platform, Project: EVO, for the treatment of children with ADHD.
The company will use the funds to support further development of its product, prepare for a potential FDA clearance, and eventually launch in 2017.
In the game, kids care for their pet's asthma, while learning about inhaler technique and timing, trigger identification and avoidance.
In the game, user is directing PAC-MAN with their arm movements to actively guide PAC-MAN through the maze, while wearing the Moff Band.
The newly launched PBS KIDS Party app is aimed at five to eight year olds, featuring four educational games that can be played with the Moff Band.
The collaboration will bring education, gamification and rewards into the patient EHR experience to motivate them toward increased medication adherence.
Sproutel is touted as Disney for healthcare; its flagship product is Jerry the Bear, a platform to engage children in play-based healthcare education.
The idea is to make every step count, whether we're talking about exercising in a gym or in the park, or working out at home with Xbox Fitness.
The trial will look to measure cognitive and symptom improvement over one month of device play; recruitment will begin toward the end of the year.
The HIPAA-compliant platform leverages the personal health data, social networking, and gamification to encourage consumers to take control of their health.