About Us

Our Mission

The mission of Alive Sciences is to prevent unnecessary human suffering by transforming how patients are monitored using the Rothman Index in non-acute healthcare settings.

Our History

Picture of Florence Rothman
It took a tragic death to bring Alive Sciences to life. In 2003, Florence Rothman was admitted to a Florida hospital for a routine heart-valve procedure. After her surgery, she seemed to be improving, but soon her health began to decline during in-hospital rehab. She returned to acute care for five days, then was discharged with home healthcare. Four days later, Florence died from a relatively common and normally treatable complication that went unnoticed and undiagnosed.

Florence did not receive substandard care. In fact, she was treated at a top-quality medical facility staffed by highly skilled doctors and nurses. Florence’s medical team missed her diagnosis only because they lacked the tools to identify subtle trends in her health. Had those trends been identified as they happened, they could have saved Florence’s life.

To prevent other patients and their families from going through the same ordeal, Florence’s sons, Michael and Steven Rothman—an engineer and a scientist skilled in data analysis—developed an early-warning system using existing EMR data they named the Rothman Index. Today, Alive Sciences offers this lifesaving patient monitoring index to non-acute healthcare providers, including continuous care retirement centers, skilled nursing homes, and home healthcare agencies.

The Rothman Index, via PeraHealth, is already being used in more than 30 hospitals around the country, including top-ranked academic medical centers such as Yale-New Haven, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Seattle Children's Hospital, and University of Florida Health Shands Hospital.

Management Team

Steven Rothman

Chief Executive Officer

Steven Rothman, Chief Executive Officer
Steven Rothman brings more than 40 years of computer systems analysis and product development expertise to his position as CEO of Alive Sciences. Most recently, as Co-Founder & Chief Innovation Officer & Director of PeraHealth, Inc., Rothman has focused on transforming the electronic medical record to improve patient outcomes and healthcare quality. His breakthrough Patient Condition Tracker system, which uses the Florence A. Rothman Patient Monitoring Index, has vastly improved continuity of care and helped prevent medical errors in hospitals, nursing homes, and outpatient practices.

Rothman has also achieved prominence within the oil and gas industry, developing new, high-tech methods of exploration for the two companies he co-founded—Bravo Resources, Inc. in New Mexico, and the Denver-based Zavanna, LLC. Previously, Rothman worked as an analyst and consultant for several high-level U.S. government and military programs. As a member of MITRE, a “think tank” created by MIT, he provided onsite systems analysis to NASA, NORAD, USAF and ERDA (Energy Research and Development Administration).

Rothman holds a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and M.S. degree in Engineering Management from Northeastern University.

Duncan Finlay

Chief Medical Officer

Duncan Finlay, Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Finlay has been part of the Rothman family of companies since 2008. He has served as CEO & Chief Medical Officer of Rothman Healthcare Research and CMO of PeraHealth, Inc. (Charlotte, NC).

Dr. Finlay was President and CEO of the Sarasota Memorial Health System for five years. Under his leadership, customer satisfaction scores soared and employee turnover rates dropped. The hospital was awarded the Florida Governor’s Sterling Award for Organizational Performance Excellence, and was named a U.S. News & World Report Top 50 Hospital in 7 categories (the only community hospital to reach these heights – where Mayo and Cleveland Clinics are always #1 and #2).

Dr. Finlay began his career at a private pulmonary and sleep medicine practice in Sarasota. He is a Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians and American Sleep Disorders Association, and President and Co-Founder of the Florida Sleep Medicine Society. Dr. Finlay holds B.S. and M.D. degrees from the University of Florida, and he completed both his internship and residency at Grady Memorial Hospital/Emory University in Atlanta. He has also served as a Captain and Flight Medical Officer in the United States Air Force Active Reserves.

Darlene Arbeit

Chief Operations Officer

Darlene Arbeit, Chief Operations Officer
Darlene Arbeit has devoted the last 20 years of her career to supporting the housing and healthcare needs of the retirement community. As the Chief Executive Officer for Jewish Housing Council in Sarasota, Florida, she oversaw the development of an outpatient rehabilitation facility, created therapeutic programs for patients with dementia, and implemented new procedures to improve the quality of care across the facilities under her direction. Arbeit also spearheaded a successful fundraising effort, which led to $10,000,000 in new philanthropic contributions. Under her leadership, the Jewish Housing Council became the first non-hospital healthcare organization to implement the breakthrough Rothman Index for monitoring resident care.

Before joining the Jewish Housing Council, Arbeit led operations for several geriatric housing facilities. As Acting Executive Director of Jewish Home in New Orleans, she expanded the Alzheimer’s residents’ recreational programs and developed the “Partnership in Education” program, which connects elderly nursing home residents with Orleans Parish School children.

Arbeit holds a B.S. degree from the University of New Orleans and a concentration in Health Systems Management from the Tulane University School of Public Health.

Literature

The Rothman Index has been the subject of several publications in peer-reviewed medical journals. We have also presented at numerous scientific symposiums.

Impact of Severity-Adjusted Workload on Health Status of Patients Discharged from an ICU
Song-Hee (Hailey) Kim, Edieal Pinker, Joan Rimar, and Elizabeth Bradley
Social Science Research Network August 14, 2015; doi: 10.2139/ssrn.2644600

Mortality Reduction Associated with Proactive Use of EMR-Based Acuity Score by an RN Team at an Urban Hospital
Michael Rothman, Joan Rimar, Sheila Coonan, Stephen Allegretto, Thomas Balcezak
BMJ Quality and Safety 2015 24: 734-735; doi: 10.1136/bmjqs-2015-IHIabstracts.21

Evaluation of Electronic Medical Record Vital Sign Data versus a Commercially Available Acuity Score in Predicting Need for Critical Intervention at a Tertiary Children’s Hospital Model
Yong Sing da Silva, MD, Melinda Fiedor Hamilton, MD, MSc, Christopher Horvat1, MD, Ericka L. Fink, MD, MS, Fereshteh Palmer, MS, Andrew J. Nowalk, MD, PhD, Robert S. B. Clark, MD
Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 2015, 16(7):644-651; PMID: 25901545 doi: 10.1097/PCC.0000000000000444

Estimating the Value Added of Attending Physicians on Patient Outcomes
Jason M. Fletcher, Leora I. Horwitz, and Elizabeth Bradley
National Bureau of Economic Research, Working paper No. w20534 October 2014;

Nurse Value-Added and Patient Outcomes in Acute Care
Olga Yakusheva, Richard Lindrooth, and Marianne Weiss
Health Services Research 2014 Dec;49(6):1767-86. doi: 10.1111/1475-6773.12236. Epub 2014 Sep 25.
Invited submission to “Best of Academy Health Annual Research Meeting – 2014"

Economic Evaluation of the 80% Baccalaureate Nurse Workforce Recommendation – A Patient-level Analysis
Olga Yakusheva, PhD, Richard Lindrooth, PhD, and Marianne Weiss, DNSc, RN
Medical Care 2014, 52(10), 864-869. PMID: 25215646 doi: 10.1097/MLR.0000000000000189

Using the Rothman Index to Prevent Early Unplanned Surgical Intensive Care Unit Readmissions
Greta L. Piper, MD, Lewis J. Kaplan, MD, FACS, FCCM, FCCP, Adrian A Maung, MD, Felix Y. Lui, MD, FACS, Kimberly Barre, RN, Kimberly A. Davis, MD, MBA, FACS, FCCM
Yale University School of Medicine, J of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery 77(1) 2014, pp78-82. PMID: 24977759 doi: 10.1097/TA.0000000000000265

Measuring the Modified Early Warning Score and the Rothman Index: Advantages of Utilizing the Electronic Medical Record in an Early Warning System
G. Duncan Finlay, MD, Michael J. Rothman, PhD, Robert A. Smith, PhD
Journal of Hospital Medicine 2014 Feb;9(2):116-9

Shared Decision-making at End-of-life is Aided by Graphical Trending of Illness Severity
David B. Bittleman, MD, G. Duncan Finlay, MD, Alan B. Solinger, PhD
BMJ Case Reports published online 13 January 2014, doi:10.1136/bcr-2013-201522

Automated Analysis of Electronic Medical Record Data Reflects the Pathophysiology of Surgical Complications
Joseph J. Tepas, MD, U of Florida College of Medicine, Allen L. Hsiao, MD, Yale University School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Hospital, Joan M. Rimar, DNSc, RN, Yale New Haven Hospital
Surgery October 2013 - Volume 154 - Issue 4; p 918–26; doi: 10.1016/j.surg.2013.07.014

Development and validation of a continuous measure of patient condition using the Electronic Medical Record
Michael J. Rothman, Steven I. Rothman, Joseph Beals IV
Journal of Biomedical Informatics October 2013 - Volume 46 - Issue 5; p 837–48; doi: 10.1016/j.jbi.2013.06.011

Identifying Patients at Increased Risk for Unplanned Readmission
Elizabeth Bradley, PhD, Olga Yakusheva, PhD, Leora I. Horwitz, MD, Heather Sipsma, PhD, Jason Fletcher, PhD
Medical Care September 2013 - Volume 51 - Issue 9; p 761–766; doi: 10.1097/MLR.0b013e3182a0f492

Big Data Meets the Electronic Medical Record: A Commentary on “Identifying Patients at Increased Risk for Unplanned Readmission”
Greg de Lissovoy PhD, MPH
Medical Care September 2013 - Volume 51 - Issue 9; p 759–760; doi: 10.1097/MLR.0b013e3182a67209

Risks of Mortality Associated with Common Laboratory Tests: A novel, simple and meaningful way to set Decision Limits from data available in the Electronic Medical Record
Steven I. Rothman, Alan B. Solinger
Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine September 2013 - Volume 51 - Issue 5; p 1803–1813; doi: 10.1515/cclm-2013-0167

Proactive Vs. Reactive Rapid Response Systems: Decreasing Unplanned ICU Transfers
Valerie Danesh, Lotricia Guerrier, Orlando Health, Edgar Jimenez, Orlando Regional Medical Center
Critical Care Medicine December 2012 - Volume 40 - supplement 112; doi: 10.1097/01.ccm.0000424259.03351.7c
Also accepted for oral presentation at the 42nd Critical Care Congress, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1/19/2013.

Clinical Implications and Validity of Nursing Assessments: A Longitudinal Measure of Patient Condition from Analysis of the Electronic Medical Record
Michael J. Rothman, Alan B. Solinger, Steven I. Rothman, G. Duncan Finlay
BMJ Open August 2012; doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2012-000849

Algorithm-based proactive Rapid Response Team rounds: Developing – a safety net for patients and nurses
Valerie Danesh, Orlando Health, Edgar Jimenez, Orlando Regional Medical
Critical Care Medicine December 2011 - Volue 39 - Issue 12; p 126; doi: 10.1097/01.ccm.0000408627.24229.88
Presented at the 2012 Congress of Critical Care Medicine.

Articles in Process

  1. Improving Patient Surveillance Reduces Mortality
    Thomas Donahue
    Submitted to the 27th Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care, May 2016

  2. Development and Validation of a Continuously Age-adjusted Pediatric General Acuity Model
    Joseph J. Tepas, MD, U of Florida College of Medicine, Allen L. Hsiao, MD, Yale University School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Hospital, Joan M. Rimar, DNSc, RN, Yale New Haven Hospital, Jim Levin, MD, Andrew Nowalk, MD, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Michael J. Rothman, PhD.
    Submitted to the Journal of Biomedical Informatics

  3. Effective identification at admission and prediction in hospital of sepsis, severe sepsis and septic shock using an EMR-based acuity score
    Michael Rothman, Mitchel Levy, Philip Dellinger, Stephen Jones, Robert Fogerty, Kirk Voelker, Barry Gross, Joseph Beals.
    To be submitted to the Journal of the American Medical Association

  4. High “Normal” Potassium is Dangerous for All Patients, Not Just AMI Patients
    Alan B. Solinger, Steven I. Rothman
    F.A.R. Institute, Sarasota Florida, USA

  5. Laboratory Risk Ranges Can Aid Clinical Decisions: A Data-based Alternative to Reference Intervals (a retrospective cohort study of serum electrolytes)
    Alan B. Solinger, Steven I. Rothman
    F.A.R. Institute, Sarasota, Florida, USA

Scientific Symposiums

  1. Rothman Index as a predictor of post-discharge adverse events in a Medical Intensive Care Unit
    Deepa B. Gotur, Janice Zimmerman
    CHEST World Congress, April 14-17, 2016
  2. Retrospective Evaluation of the Pediatric Rothman Index as a Predictor of Cardiac Arrest in a CICU
    Christopher Horvat, MD, Joan Sanchez-de-Toledo, MD PhD, Sarah Wilson, Fereshteh Palmer, RN BSN, Michael Rothman PhD, Stacey Finn, MS, George Almasi, PhD, Ricardo Munoz, MD
    45th Critical Care Congress, Feb 20-24, 2016
  3. Prospective Evaluation of the Pediatric Rothman Index as a Measure of Pediatric Inpatient Acuity
    Christopher Horvat, MD, Melinda Hamilton, MD MSc, George Almasi, PhD, Fereshteh Palmer, RN BSN, Cynthia Valenta, MSN, Cristyne Kyper, CRNP, Michael Rothman PhD, Robert Clark, MD
    45th Critical Care Congress, Feb 20-24, 2016
  4. Preventing Avoidable Death - An EMR-powered CQO
    Stuart Dobbs, George Almasi, Michael Rothman
    27th Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care, Dec 6-9, 2015
  5. Mortality Reduction Associated with Proactive Use of EMR-Based Acuity Score by an RN Team at an Urban Hospital
    Michael Rothman, Joan Rimar, Sheila Coonan, Stephen Allegretto, Thomas Balcezak
    27th Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care – Scientific Symposium, Dec 7, 2015
  6. Predictive value of Rothman Index in patients that develop febrile neutropenia
    Joan Luis Alberto Rubio, BS1*, David Banach, MD, MPH2* and Alfred I Lee, MD, PhD
    57th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hematology, Dec 5, 2015
  7. Excess Risk and the Rothman Index – Building and Validating a General Measure of Patient Acuity
    2nd Annual Workshop on Data Mining in Medical Informatics at the Annual Meeting of the American Medical Informatics Association Nov 14, 2015
  8. A Retrospective Study of the Impact of Increased Nursing Staff Use of the Rothman Index System on Patient Care at Blessing Hospital
    Penny Phillips, MS, RN-BC, Kathy Jochem, MS. RN, ACNS-BC, Carol-Ann Moseley, PhD, RN, Marilyn Shepherd, PhDc, MBA, CDE, CNE, CWOCN
    43rd Biennial Convention of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, Nov 7, 2015
  9. Acuity-based Capacity Management at an Academic Medical Center
    Edieal Pinker, Halie Kim
    Manufacturing & Service Operations Management Conference 2015, June, 29, 2015
  10. High Normal Potassium is Dangerous to All Patients, not just AMI
    A Solinger, SI Rothman
    Pathology Informatics Summit 2015 – 2nd World Congress on Pathology Informatics, May 5, 2015
  11. A New Theory of Reference Intervals Based on Clinical Risks
    GD Finlay, A Solinger, SI Rothman
    Pathology Informatics Summit 2015 – 2nd World Congress on Pathology Informatics, May 5, 2015
  12. Using EMR Data to Detect Emergent Conditions at a Pediatric Hospital
    Michael Rothman, PhD, Melinda Hamilton, MD, Christopher Horvat, MD, Fereshteh Palmer, RN, Robert Clark, MD
    IHI Scientific Symposium, 26th Annual IHI National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care, Dec. 8, 2014
  13. Using the Rothman Index to Predict Discharge and Readmission Rates in an Inpatient Hematology Unit
    Roger Y. Kim, BS, Xiaopan Yao, PhD, Peter Longley, RN, DNP, Joan Rimar, DNSc, RN, Chryssanthi Kournioti, MD and Alfred Ian Lee, MD, PhD
    56th American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting, December 6-9, 2014
  14. Peer Effects Among Hospitalized Patients: Evidence from Roommate Assignments
    Olga Yakusheva, PhD
    2014 Health & Healthcare in America: From Economics to Policy Conference, June 24, 2014
  15. Value Added of Nurses in Acute Care
    Olga Yakusheva, PhD
    2014 Health & Healthcare in America: From Economics to Policy Conference, June 23, 2014
  16. Rothman Index Palliative Care Consultation Trigger
    Rebecca Gagne Henderson, APRN, ACHPN, PhD(c); Joan Rimar, RN, DNSc; Stephen Allegretto, BS, MPH; Richard Hintz
    2014 Joseph A. Zaccagnino Patient Safety and Clinical Quality Conference, May 15, 2014
  17. Association of New Clinical Condition Tool to Hospital Length of Stay, Direct Variable Cost, & 30-Day Readmission
    Banoff, KM1,3, Rimar J2, Milner, K3, Price, A3, Canavan, M4
    1KMB Consulting, LLC; 2Yale New Haven Health System, New Haven, CT; 3Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT; 4Yale University, New Haven, CT
    Eastern Nurse Research Society, 26th Annual Scientific Sessions, April 9-11, 2014
  18. Using the Rothman Index to Prevent Unplanned SICU Readmissions,
    Greta L. Piper, MD, Lewis J. Kaplan, MD, FACS, FCCM, FCCP, Adrian A Maung, MD, Felix Y. Lui, MD, FACS, Kimberly Barre, RN, Kimberly A. Davis, MD, MBA, FACS, FCCM, Yale University School of Medicine
    Presented at “27th EAST”(Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma) Annual Scientific Assembly, 1/17/2014
  19. Peer Effects Among Hospitalized Patients: Evidence from Roommate Assignments,
    Olga Yakusheva (Marquette University), American Economic Association, Health Economics Research Organization, January 3rd, 2014
  20. Improving Patient Care Vigilance: Utilizing the EHR to Visualize Real-time Patient Acuity
    Michael J. Rothman, PhD, Alan B. Solinger, PhD, Steven I. Rothman, MSEM, G. Duncan Finlay, MD.
    Scientific Symposium of the 25th Annual National Forum on Healthcare Improvement, 12/9/2013
  21. Adapting a New Acuity Measure to Improve Continuity of Care in an Integrated Visual Dashboard
    Michael J. Rothman, PhD, Alan B. Solinger, PhD, Steven I. Rothman, MSEM, G. Duncan Finlay, MD.
    Scientific Symposium of the 25th Annual National Forum on Healthcare Improvement, 12/9/2013
  22. Rothman index as a predictor for type of discharge and readmission rates in a cancer hospital – the Yale experience,
    Daniel Morgensztern, Bing Xia, Chryssanthi Kournioti, Erin Wysong Hofstatter, Maureen Raucci, Ashley Keyes, Alienne Morrione, Elizabeth Blasiak, Elizabeth Rosenberg, Joan Rimar, Michael J. Rothman, Rogerio Lilenbaum
    Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT; Yale Cancer Center, New Haven, CT; Smilow Cancer Center, New Haven, CT; Yale New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT;
    Annual Meeting of the American Society for Clinical Oncology, 6/2013
  23. Seeing Sepsis: A Picture is worth…
    Joan Rimar, RN, DNSc, Peggy Simonette, RN, MSN, Brian Keane, BS, MS, Wendy O’Brien, BS, Charles Torre, Jr., Stephen Allegretto, DNSc, RN, Janis Bozzo, MSN, RN, Nancy F. Considine, BS
    2013 Joseph A. Zaccagnino Patient Safety and Clinical Quality Conference, 5/2/2013
  24. Rothman Index: Leveraging the EHR to Identify Patient Decline Earlier
    Wilma Powell Stuart, Janette Dailey, Shannon Hospital, San Angelo, TX. Presentation at HIMSS, 3/7/2013
  25. Patient Condition Index Tool Stratifies At Risk Patients; Improving Critical Thinking in a Complex Environment
    Lori Hubbard, BSN, RN; Diane Vorio, MS, MSN, RN, NEA-BC; Joan Rimar, DNSc, RN, Janis Bozzo, MSN, RN, Nancy F. Considine, BS, Yale-New Haven Hospital
    ANA Nursing Quality Conference, Atlanta, GA, 2/6/2013
  26. AUTOMATED ANALYSIS OF ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORD DATA REFLECTS THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF SURGICAL COMPLICATIONS
    Joseph J. Tepas, MD, U of Florida College of Medicine, Allen L. Hsiao, MD, Yale University School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Hospital, Joan M. Rimar, DNSc, RN, Yale New Haven Hospital
    70th Annual Meeting of the Central Surgical Association, 3/16/2013
  27. Risks of Mortality Associated With Nursing Assessments: A Quantitative Indication of their Reliability, Validity, and Clinical Implications
    Michael J. Rothman, Alan B. Solinger, Steven I. Rothman, G. Duncan Finlay
    2012 State of the Science Conference in Nursing Research, Washington, DC, 9/13/2012
  28. Using data-driven algorithms in RRS proactive rounding – the air traffic controller has arrived Edgar Jimenez, MD, Orlando Regional Medical Center
    7th International Symposium on Rapid Response Systems, Sydney, Australia, 5/7/2012
  29. Visualizing Patient Condition
    Michael J. Rothman, PhD
    Biomedical Informatics Dept., Stanford University, 5/7/2012
  30. Visualizing Your Patient’s Condition – Facilitating Communication between Caregivers to Improve Care
    Michael Rothman, George Almasi, Duncan Finlay, Daniel Rothman
    University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing, 8th Annual National Patient Safety Conference, 11/2011

Patents

American & Canadian Patents

US Patent 8,092,380
System and Method for Improving Hospital Patient Care by Providing a Continual Measurement of Health
Michael J. Rothman, Steven I. Rothman
US Patent 8,100,829
System and Method for Providing a Health Score for a Patient
Michael J. Rothman, Steven I. Rothman, Daniel B. Rothman
US Patent 8,355,925
Methods of Assessing Risk Based on Medical Data and Uses Thereof
Michael J. Rothman, Steven I. Rothman
US Patent 8,403,847
Systems and Methods for Providing a health Score for a Patient
Michael J. Rothman, Steven I. Rothman, Daniel B. Rothman
US Patent 8,454,506
Systems and Method for Providing a Continual Measurement of Health
Michael J. Rothman, Steven I. Rothman
Canadian Patent 2,599,387
Systems and Method for Improving Hospital Patient Care by Providing a Continual Measurement of Health
Michael J. Rothman, Steven I. Rothman
US Patent Pending 14/926,122
Adaptive Complimentary Self-Assessment And Automated Health Scoring For Improved Patient Care
Steven I. Rothman

Worldwide Patent Applications

In the News

Articles

Sarasota Herald Tribune - June 22, 2015
Senior centers take a new approach to gauging health

Sarasota Herald Tribune - June 19, 2015
Finding a cure for a health care flaw after a mother's death

941 CEO Magazine - September/October, 2014
BIZ 941 People to Watch in Sarasota

Press Releases

ALIVE SCIENCES LICENSES INNOVATIVE FLORENCE ROTHMAN PATIENT MONITORING INDEX TO BODIMETRICS

Alive Sciences today announced a licensing agreement with consumer and medical device company BodiMetrics for its innovative Florence Rothman Patient Monitoring Index, which identifies warning signs of health problems. The new alliance will empower patients, families and medical providers, helping them recognize subtle but important changes in an individual’s condition in a timely manner...

ALIVE SCIENCES TEAMS WITH SARASOTA RETIREMENT COMMUNITY AND NATIONAL EMR COMPANY TO DEPLOY INNOVATIVE PATIENT MONITORING INDEX

Alive Sciences today announced a three-way partnership with Sunnyside Village and Optimus EMR, Inc. to deploy its innovative patient monitoring index that provides an early warning of a medical downturn...

ALIVE SCIENCES TO OFFER PATIENT MONITORING INDEX TO PROVIDERS THROUGHOUT CONTINUUM OF CARE

Alive Sciences is offering an innovative early warning system to help providers deliver high-quality, cost-efficient care to their at-risk patients and residents. "Our goal is to help providers monitor a patient's health throughout the continuum of care, helping to avoid costly emergency room visits and hospitalizations,” said Steven Rothman, founder of Alive Sciences in Sarasota and co-creator of the Florence Rothman Patient Monitoring Index....

The Future of Data Collection

The World's First Wearable Healthcare Solution

Alive Sciences provides a cloud-based system linked to innovative sensor-bands via cellular networks (SIM card included), enabling medical facilities, payers, or consumers to track the Ri score for earlier detection of a decline.

First of its class Monitoring Sensor-Band works together with the Rothman Index.