Litesprite’s platform is designed to strengthen the patient-provider relationship. We cost-effectively improve health outcomes for a variety of chronic health conditions. Litesprite’s innovative approach to transform healthcare has been recognized by U.S. Surgeon General, U.S. Army, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, SXSW, Livestrong Foundation, and Singularity University.
Patient Engagement via Games - Our games to help patients proactively manage chronic health conditions.
Sinasprite - Our first game Sinasprite uses evidence-based treatment methods, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)-based strategies and meditation to help people manage chronic health conditions.
- Remote Patient Monitoring & Assessments
- Custom Patient Notifications
- Accreditation Reports
- Quality measures
- Billing available under existing CPT codes
Swatee surve - CEO & Founder
Swatee Surve, Founder & CEO, is a leader who has developed and launched disruptive technology-based healthcare businesses for Microsoft, Nike, T-Mobile, Premera Blue Cross and Eastman Kodak. These commercialization projects led to several patents including Nike's first wearable technology patents. Surve has an MBA from the University of Chicago, an MSME in Biomechanics from Pennsylvania State University, and a BS in Bioengineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She has been featured in international, national, and regional media outlets including Huffington Post, International Business Times, NPR’s KUOW’s Morning Edition, APM: Marketplace, VentureBeat, Kauffman Foundation, and iMedicalapps.
What drives her - “I’ve always been passionate about the intersection of technology and healthcare. I have been intrigued with the idea of technology helping people. I have worked in corporate research labs where my role was to identify and build healthcare businesses where emerging technology was foundational. For example, I was hired by Nike in 2001 to work on wearable technology and my patents were the company’s first in their IP portfolio in this area. In 2010 I was evangelizing the use of machine learning and big data in healthcare through my strategic development role at Microsoft Research.
As a healthcare technologist, I observed that individual motivation, not technology, was the key to improving a person’s health. As I started researching this area in 2011, I saw there were over 40 peer-reviewed research papers indicating that gaming could improve health outcomes – but there were no commercialization efforts. In my mind an end-to-end system approach – an effective marriage of technology that strengthens the patient-clinician relationship – was the key to making transformative change. Seeing this as an opportunity, I launched Litesprite.