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Our Vision

To develop the next generation of teleneurology services globally, through augmentation of smart, clinical-grade diagnostic devices and sensors to allow clinicians make rapid care decisions remotely.

The Problem

With a rapidly aging population in the developed world, the prevalence of neurological diseases is increasing tremendously.

While the demand for neurological services is growing rapidly, the supply of trained neurologists is not keeping pace, leading to a serious lack of access even within developed health systems such as the US. The issue is only compounded further internationally.

U.S. Neurologist Supply & Demand Mismatch

Several “neurology deserts” exist even in the US:

20 states in the US with less than 
10 Neurologists per 10,000 neurology patients

16% growth in demand over 12 years.
11% growth in supply over 12 years


Teleneurology as a technology and service is rapidly growing to bridge this widening gap in access to neurological care globally.

Teleneurology growing at
17% CAGR globally

The actual growth potential of teleneurology is impeded by the difficulty of conducting complex diagnostic tests such as EEG or EMG on patients at the remote point of care without highly skilled technicians or expensive / complex equipment.

Our Solution

Portable, clinical-grade easy-to-use diagnostic devices to allow use in teleneurology / remote settings. In active development – secure, cloud-based, highly scalable infrastructure to transmit patient data between teleneurologists and patients.

Virtual Neurologist Network


Artificial Intelligence powered analysis software for diagnostic interpretation assistance - using aggregated cloud data for learning

  • Video Feed
  • Cloud transmitted reading

Teleneurology network of providers: Tele-neurologists in major urban cities, academic medical center.


Portable, lightweight, Bluetooth enabled diagnostic devices


Disposable, easy-to-use, clinical-grade sensors

  • Bedside tablet / computer

Secure cloud for video and diagnostic data transfer and storage

Remote Point of Care

e.g., ER, ICU, Community Hospital in geographics
with low access to neurology

Brain Scientific is developing this full solution by investing in three core components to enhance the diagnostic capabilities of a virtual network of teleneurologists:

Two complementary diagnostic devices already FDA cleared

Portable, clinical-grade, easy-to-use diagnostic devices to allow use in teleneurology / remote settings

Secure, cloud based, highly scalable infrastructure to transmit patient data between teleneurologists and patients

In active development

Artificial Intelligence assisted diagnostic analysis to increase teleneurologist efficiency, consistency and accuracy

In active development

Our Market

Through the deployment of this complete suite of offerings, linked to a virtual network of teleneurologists, Brain Scientific will enable the delivery of remote neurological diagnostic to a wide-variety of market segments.

Most of these segments have a high need for neurological care but a marked lack of access due to technical and operational barriers to diagnostics.

Tertiary Care
Urban ERs / ICUs
Community / Rural ERs / ICUs
Ambulatory Care
Urgent Care Clinics
Primary Care / Internal Medicine Practices
Sports Medicine
Sports associations - Concussion mgmt.
Schools / Universities
Paramedics / EMTs
Private EMT contractors / services
Health system owned EMT services
Paramedics / EMTs
Nursing homes / assisted living fac.
CROs / Pharmaceuticals

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1. The Burden of Neurological Disease in the United States: A Summary Report and Call to Action – April issue / Annals of Neurology

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