Specific Diagnostics Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Specific Diagnostics's estimated annual revenue is currently $11M per year.
- Specific Diagnostics's estimated revenue per employee is $251,000
- Specific Diagnostics's total funding is $15.9M.
- Specific Diagnostics has 44 Employees.
- Specific Diagnostics grew their employee count by 29% last year.
- Specific Diagnostics currently has 1 job openings.
What Is Specific Diagnostics?
Bloodstream infection leading to sepsis is responsible for more than half of all deaths in hospitals and is the most expensive condition treated in hospitals. Mortality rate increases 6% every hour from onset. Therefore, it is critical the right antibiotic treatment is determined quickly. Current methodologies require 3 days to determine the effective antibiotic. Specific Diagnostics has developed a new technology that determines the effective antibiotic in less than 1 day. Specificￃﾢ￢ﾂﾬ￢ﾄﾢs Revealￃﾢ￢ﾀﾞￂﾢ instrument and assay are cost effective and labor-saving allowing clinics to readily deploy the Specific Reveal solution. Specificￃﾢ￢ﾂﾬ￢ﾄﾢs unique patented technology leverages a low-cost small molecule sensor (SMS) array, enabling diagnostic products that simplify workflow and speed time-to-answer at low cost. Specificￃﾢ￢ﾂﾬ￢ﾄﾢs system streamlines lab workflow, reduce costs, and substantially shorten the time from sample arrival to selection of effective therapy, saving patients faced with fast-moving and deadly drug-resistant blood infections. Specific and its founders have written almost 60 peer-reviewed publications, detailing the successful demonstration of the SMS array technology. The Company itself has independently authored over 20 scientific publications and conference abstracts detailing the SMS array powered detection, identification and antibiotic susceptibility testing. Specific is located in Mountain View, California. For more information, visit www.specificdx.com. Corporate Contact, email: email@example.com:Medical Devices, Diagnostics, Heathcare