Deaths from opioid overdoses continue to rise.¹
The 1Life Project built a state of the art technology platform to coordinate care for opioid overdose patients – and monitor communities for overdose spikes.
The system called the Hudson Valley Interlink Analytic System (HVIAS) is currently running in three hospitals in the Hudson Valley, NY. Co-designed together with the National Guard’s Counter Drug Task Force in New York State, as well as Catholic Charities the technology platform is a first of its kind employing machine and deep learning to find patterns of overdoses and broadcast care needs real time to local community care givers.
Our lego-like modular technology interfaces with other community-built computer tools to rapidly and effectively transition survivors in hospital ERs into the hands of treatment providers.
Now that’s saving lives – and moving the needle towards a connected community for our opioid sufferers.
The 1Life Project. Using technology to fight for lives.