Soberlink, based in Huntington, CA and the leader in real-time mobile-breath technology, today announced that the Soberlink Breathalyzer has received premarket clearance from U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA.)
This is great News for the recovery community. Soberlink has created an ingenious way to support anyone wanting to safeguard their sobriety from alcohol abuse disorder.
Soberlink Cellular Devices use facial recognition technology to confirm identity during each breath test. Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) results are wirelessly transmitted in real time via Verizon’s Private Network to Soberlink’s cloud-based recovery management software. The Sober Sky Web Portal allows clients to customize testing schedules, as well as specify notification and automated report settings.
Soberlink and Sober Sky Web Portal work together to give the user a complete system to support their sobriety. Traditionally, this was only available using a urinalysis test. Now testing can be done anywhere using Soberlink System.
According to Center of Disease Control and Prevention, 88,000 people die every year from alcohol-related causes. A revolutionary system was needed to help those in recovery to maintain their sobriety. Soberlink answers that need.
“Improved outcomes are the mandate in all of healthcare, and Soberlink is at the forefront of this movement,” Brad Keays, Founder and CEO of Soberlink said. “Soberlink is working hard to advance technology to improve outcomes in addiction treatment. These advances encourage transparency and flexibility and reinforce trust between the patient and treatment provider. FDA clearance is a significant milestone for our company and paves the way toward continued growth in the healthcare space.”
Since 2011, Soberlink has become the fastest growing recovery system on the market. The Soberlink System promotes accountability and connectivity with real-time BAC testing.
The benefits of Soberlink:
Stay connected with your recovery circle
Builds accountability and structure
Share in the recovery process
With this simple, but effective support system in place a person can protect his/her sobriety by using consistent monitoring to keep them accountable and ultimately benefit with long-term success.
I was born into a large Catholic Family of 14 children in Upstate New York. I graduated with my degree in Professional and Technical Writing from University of South Florida. My recovery story began when I witnessed addiction in close relatives and friends. Unable to change them I began to focus on what I could change, me. Building a support system for myself I now strive daily to keep the focus on me. In my articles I sometimes share stories from my own experience, strength, and hope. It is my hope that others will find courage to see “the elephant in the room” and seek out help for themselves against this cunning,baffling,and powerful disease.