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HeadCheck Health is changing the world by making effective concussion testing and protocol implementation easier. Further, it enables team/league administrators to make informed actionable decisions that increase player safety and minimize concussion mismanagement risk by providing an objective method to know if their concussion protocol is effective. The product itself, HeadCheck, is a complete solution for teams/leagues at all levels of play and sport-focused clinics that are looking for a better way to implement and execute concussion protocols. It includes an easy-to-use mobile software that simplifies standardized test methods, onboarding services (e.g. assisted baseline testing, training, certification of users), and compliance reporting. HeadCheck’s mobile application is used by teams for pre-season baseline testing, post-injury testing following suspected head injuries, and tracking recovery towards RTP. Tests are based off today’s most scientifically-backed methods and include 10 concussion indicators, such as: symptoms, cognitive function, vestibular-ocular motor screening, and standing balance. For organizations without medical staff, testing methodology and decision-making abilities are limited to what is appropriate for lay individuals, allowing them to make appropriate decisions and collect important information to support external medical professionals. Test results can be instantly compared to previous results, such as baseline tests, for a personalized view of the athlete’s concussive status. Results can also be securely shared with parents, coaches, or other medical professionals involved in the well-being of the athlete. Test results and notes follow athletes from team-to-team and sport-to-sport, allowing for informed decisions regardless of when or where an injury occurs throughout their life. Monthly and year-end compliance reporting provides administrators objective findings from team and user-specific analyses, such as whether teams are regularly testing, how many games are being lost from concussion, teams/users with inappropriate testing or protocol adherence, and whether certain fields/arenas report higher rates of concussive injury. Sport-focused clinicians such as physiotherapists, athletic therapists, and chiropractors have begun to expand in-clinic offerings to provide baseline, post-injury, and RTP concussion management. The goal is to provide a standardized tool for clinics to implement best practice concussion care with their patients, increase brand awareness and loyalty with clinicians, and increase the number of athletes being actively managed on the platform. This program is meant to compliment the Company’s team/league product and generate the mass-adoption and awareness required to make HeadCheck the de-facto standard for concussion testing and management in sport.Something looks off?