In light of receiving the 2015 Tibbetts Award on June 15th, 2015 during a White House ceremony in Washington, DC, outlets from around the nation have congratulated Behavior Imaging for their exemplary role in Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program.
MSME News Network: High-tech small businesses to receive Tibbetts Awards for innovative and outstanding contributions
Idaho Telehealth Alliance June 2015: Idaho Statesman: Boise Couple Create App for Diagnosing Autism
Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC): Congratulations to our partner Behavior Imaging; one of 22 companies from across the country to receive the 2015 Tibbetts Award from the U.S. Small Business Administration!
U.S Small Business Administration (SBA.GOV) : Boise, Idaho’s Behavior Imaging Solutions Among 23 High-Tech Small Businesses to Receive Tibbetts Awards for Innovative and Outstanding Contributions
Selected for the Tibbetts Award for their revolutionary ‘EHR-light’ video platforms and ‘Behavior Capture apps’, Behavior Imaging has been enabling remote health and education assessments, improving clinical trial coordination and the foundation for the first-ever global remote autism diagnostic assessment service.
Behavior Imaging’s development of NODA (Naturalistic Observation Diagnostic Assessment), represents a development in collaboration with Phoenix-based Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) and Georgia Tech. With the culmination of 12 years of research, NODA is now helping worried families get the answers they need and gain access to critical services sooner, at about half the cost of in-clinic testing.
In the comfort of their homes, families are able to use a smartphone app to capture video of their child’s behaviors in prescribed situations and upload the videos to a secure site. Expert SARRC clinicians evaluate the patient’s history, review videos, tag symptoms and typical and non-typical behaviors and render a diagnosis. A diagnostic report and guidance on next steps are issued to the family and can be reviewed with the child’s pediatrician. The process can be completed in two weeks or less.
To learn more, please visit: https://behaviorimaging.com/noda/