Founded in 2009, Curve Tomorrow is a technology company that is passionate about changing the direction of health.
We started in Melbourne, Australia.
In 2014 we expanded to Silicon Valley, California (US) and more recently to Perth (AU), Mumbai (IN), Columbo (LK) and Annecy (FR).
We are embedded within a world leading hospital working side by side with health professionals, researchers and patients.
Products that improve health and wellness.
Technology that makes a difference.
To improve a billion lives around the world.
Baby Moves is a smartphone app that will allow parents of newborns to easily record and send video of their babies for analysis by experts. The experts will analyse the movements of the babies (hands and feet) to see if there are early signs indicating the child may suffer from Cerebral Palsy.
Baby Moves allows parents to easily capture video of their baby with guidance and securely upload the video to a REDCap database.
Baby Moves has been designed and developed by Murdoch Childrens Research Institute (MCRI) and Curve Tomorrow.
Social problems are a primary characteristic of autism spectrum disorders, ADHD and depression. PEERS will be the first digital, objective assessment tool available to health professionals to detect social problems in children. This will lead to critical early intervention and treatment for these common disorders.
This amazing MCRI project recently received funding from the N.H.M.R.C. Development Grant program.Demo Video
Coming soon to researchers in late 2015 and health professionals in late 2016.
HeadCheck has been designed by leading child concussion experts at the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute (MCRI), the Royal Children’s Hospital and the University of Melbourne to help parents and coaches recognise the signs and symptoms of concussion in children and adolescents.
HeadCheck will ask you simple questions about how your child is feeling to help you recognise symptoms of concussion. Based on the severity of these symptoms, HeadCheck can suggest whether you should see a doctor or call an ambulance. HeadCheck is endorsed by the AFL for use in junior football.
Saliva Tracker is a mobile application developed for parents/carers of children with drooling problems. As a busy parent/carer, Saliva Tracker will keep track of how your child is progressing on their prescribed medication for dribbling. Saliva Tracker collects information via a Saliva Tracker questionnaire and provides clinicians an insight into how children are progressing with their medication.
Saliva Tracker has been developed by the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute (MCRI) in collaboration with doctors from the Department of Developmental Medicine at The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH), and created by Curve Tomorrow.
RADical has been designed by leading diabetes researchers at the Telethon Kids Institute to help understand the moment-to-moment fluctuations in the emotions of adolescents with diabetes. RADical runs for 10 consecutive days asking simple questions about the adolescent’s emotions, such as stress, anxiety and positive mood.
The questionnaire appears randomly 10 times throughout the day and information gathered during the trial will help researchers better understand issues faced by adolescents with diabetes, and how these related to their physical health.
The CMT Gene Explorer is designed to assist clinicians & researchers in identifying genes for genetic testing for Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease.
The CMT Gene Explorer has been developed by the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute in collaboration with experts from The University of Sydney and the Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Australia.
The tool is a teaching and support resource and is not intended for direct patient care.
Vitality is a reminder app to assist parents administer Vitamin D drops to their children each day. Vitality has been designed by MCRI and Curve Tomorrow. This app will enable researchers to collect accurate participant data to better understand the role Vitamin D plays in preventing food allergies.
Vitality is a support tool only. For dosage and administration guidelines please always refer to the recommendations and instructions on your Vitamin D product packaging prior to use or any instructions from your doctor.
Automated Language Testing (A.L.T.) is a research and clinical tool that helps identify which children that may have speech delay and language problems.
A.L.T. has been developed for MCRI and seamlessly integrates into the REDCap research data storage system
Hospital care teams look after multiple patients and tasks every day; their workplaces have become complex mazes of interactions and devices.
Axon will generate a live patient journey for the health professional and incorporate best practice checklists and workflows that are intelligently tailored to each patient. This information will be available across multiple platforms and accessed live by any team member, improving delegation of care and communication.
Axon will result in a much more efficient health care system in hospitals, resulting in cost savings and better quality of care for patients.
Fragile-X syndrome is a genetic condition that causes intellectual disability, behavioural and learning challenges and various physical abnormalities.
Q-Max enables the team at the Victorian Clinical Genetics Service (VCGS) and MCRI to perform their research and screening more accurately and efficiently. A four day manual multi-step spreadsheet analysis process of thousands of samples has been reduced to a seamless ten second task.
Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT) is the most common inherited peripheral nerve disorder, with an incidence of 1 in 2,500. The CMTPedS Calculator is a reliable and valid clinical tool used to measure disability in children with CMT.
Built for the Centre of Research Excellence in Neuromuscular Disorders at MCRI, this web app enables precise assessment of baseline performance and disease severity, monitoring of outcomes in studies over time, and responses to current or novel therapeutics.
The Fontan procedure is used in kids who possess only a single functional ventricle in the heart.
Built for the Fontan Registry and the University of New South Wales (UNSW), this web app enables kids and adults who have had the Fontan procedure, their siblings and parents to answer questions about their quality of life. This dynamic questionnaire incorporates many of the industry standard psychology questionnaires and is designed to be quick and fun. The results of this research will hopefully lead to better outcomes for people with Fontan and their families
Sonny Movement is an in-home rehabilitation system for kids using the latest technology and trends including gesture control, cloud and social gaming. Sonny has the potential to make a major impact in the lives of children around the world. Sonny is a collaboration between MCRI and Curve Tomorrow.Demo Video
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