Prima-Temp’s Priya fertility sensor chosen for pilot study with CO health organizations, hospitals

Thursday October 15, 2015 0 comments Tags: Boulder, Prima-Temp, Priya, Lauren Costantini, Prime Health, Digital Health Chall, Colorado Health Foun


BOULDER -- Prima-Temp   announced it is one of eight digital health companies chosen from a nationwide selection process to take part in a pilot program with top health care companies.PrimaTemp_logoUSE

The pilot will focus on Priya, the company’s personal fertility sensor designed to help enable pregnancy.

Prima-Temp’s Priya continually monitors core body temperature, one of the most reliable indicators of fertility.

“Priya has well-accepted technology,” said Lauren Costantini, Prima-Temp CEO. “Priya is truly effortless, discreet and precise. When a woman is trying to get pregnant, she simply inserts the sensor that automatically sends data to the Priya app on her phone, then notifies her when she is most fertile.”

During Prime Health’s Digital Health Challenge on Sept. 30, Kaiser Permanente, Denver Health, Aetna Health and University of Colorado Health all bid to host the Prima-Temp pilot study.

The pilot is funded by Colorado Health Foundation, which donated $150,000 to Prime Health for the event.

Prima-Temp said pre-sales of Priya are available for the next 30 days at a discounted price on Indiegogo.