Entrepreneur insights: Q&A with Sana Health’s CEO and founder

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Sana Health’s Richard Hanbury chats about medtech investors, the opioid crisis and the importance of data.  

Heather Thompson, senior editor

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Speaking with Richard Hanbury, you get a sense that he knows exactly why and how his approach to pain management is getting noticed. Hanbury is the force behind Sana, and his life’s story is the foundation on which Sana Health was built.

Sana is a smart pain relief mask. It provides an algorithm of light and sound that puts users in a deep state of relaxation. It is a natural, noninvasive, and non-habit forming pain management device.

Against the backdrop of the opioid crisis it is easy to see why such a product would be so alluring and why the product has gained wide support in 2018, including Under Armour’s Innovation award, Bayer’s Self-Care winner, Mount Sinai’s Rehab Competition winner, and first prize recipient of the Medtech Innovator competition.

Our sister site Medical Design & Outsourcing asked Hanbury about Sana and its technology, what he would do differently, and the future of Sana Health. Read more on MDO.

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