Digital Behavioral Health Innovator Ksana Health Joins Novo Nordisk Global Prevention Accelerator | Business

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EUGENE, Oregon – (BUSINESS WIRE) – December 9, 2021–

Health Ksana, a digital behavioral health company that uses technology to provide continuous objective measurements, personalized insights and interventions to improve mental health care, today announced its selection by Novo Nordisk’s global prevention accelerator. Organizations were selected based on a set of criteria, including the ability to have a global impact and deliver scalable digital solutions that can be tailored to local populations.

Earlier this year, Novo Nordisk’s global prevention accelerator invited startups developing digital solutions to submit proposals outlining how they can enable individuals and communities to predict and / or prevent obesity. The Prevention Accelerator will support the selected organizations with funding to pilot their solutions with Novo Nordisk.

“Being selected by Novo Nordisk to be part of the Prevention Accelerator program underscores the value of continuous objective measurement to address an urgent unmet need for behavioral health assessment and its critical role. in improving overall health outcomes, ”said Dr. Nick Allen, Co. -Founder and CEO of Ksana Health. “Based on a truly objective understanding of the correlation between mental health and physical illnesses like obesity, we aim to give individuals and their caregivers personalized information to improve health and well-being. in general.

“Novo Nordisk is launching into new territory with great enthusiasm in collaboration with Ksana Health. Ksana Health has a really interesting approach and we are eager to learn from the pilot. In addition, I am delighted to see what this collaboration will bring for the future, ”said Katrine DiBona, Head of Global Public Affairs and Sustainability, Novo Nordisk A / S.

Ksana Health will pilot its remote measurement platform, Vira, for health systems and healthcare providers as part of the prevention accelerator. Vira provides continuous objective measurement through a digitally enhanced platform that collects and converts measurable behavior patterns into objective and actionable information for individuals and their practitioners. Additionally, Vira can help guide the development of a personalized plan supporting positive behavior change through timely, data-driven communication.

To learn more about the selection of Ksana Health by the Novo Nordisk Global Prevention Accelerator, watch a meeting with Dr Nick Allen of Ksana Health.

ABOUT KSANA HEALTH

Ksana Health was founded in 2019 in Eugene, Oregon to translate tools and discoveries developed by the Center for Digital Mental Health at the University of Oregon into products and services that transform care and research into Mental Health. Led by Dr Nick Allen, professor of clinical psychology with extensive research and clinical experience, and Will Shortt, a seasoned software business leader and startup CEO, Ksana Health aims to empower clients, practitioners, administrators and researchers of digital tools that define the future of mental health.

About Novo Nordisk

Novo Nordisk is a leading global healthcare company, founded in 1923 and based in Denmark. Our goal is to drive change to defeat diabetes and other serious chronic diseases such as obesity and rare blood and endocrine disorders. We do this by innovating in scientific breakthroughs, expanding access to our medicines, and working to prevent and cure disease. novonordisk.com

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