Our Mission

Advancing Proactive Healthcare for All.

AI that Assists All

Our History

 

It started with an unexpected fall. After a pursuit for answers, VirtuSense was born and rapidly became the solution for unpredictable falls nationwide.

VSTStory-graphics-01

 

VSTStory-graphics-02

 

2009

 

Deepak Gaddipati’s grandmother fell while walking to the bank and broke her hip. She died within ten days from the injury. Even though there were several physicians in their family, no one knew that she was a fall risk. 

 

After the death of his grandmother, Deepak dedicated himself to learning why no one recognized her as a fall-risk. 

 

He spoke with everyone from doctors to housekeepers to discover why there had been no prior interventions, but the answers left him wanting.

2012

 

Deepak founded VirtuSense to develop a tool that could proactively identify fall-risk in older adults. Our first product, VSTBalance, did exactly that. Using artificial intelligence and machine vision, VSTBalance was able to objectively conduct evidence-based assessments and compare the results to population norms to reliably measure fall-risk.

VSTStory-graphics-03

 

VSTStory-graphics-12

 

2013

 

David Park joined VirtuSense first as a consultant, and later became our Chief Executive Officer. From there, the team began to grow as we built our support, sales, development, and marketing departments. 

 

 
 

2014

 

VSTBalance was launched, and that was just the beginning.

 

 

VSTStory-graphics-05

 

Floor management-1

 

2019

 

After launching VSTBalance, we developed our next product, VSTAlert. This system uses infrared rays to predict when a patient is getting ready to exit their bed in both acute and post acute care.

 

 
 

2020

 

In January 2020, Dr. Tom Hale joined VirtuSense as our Chief Medical Officer, and he was able to help the team immensely in kick-starting our next product, VSTOne.

VSTStory-graphics-11

 

Group 160 (1)

 

2020

 

The success of VSTAlert led the charge in launching our real-time monitoring product, VSTOne. COVID-19, uncovered new needs in hospitals and long-term care, such as remote monitoring to reduce PPE and staff exposure.

 

 
 

Want to learn more?