CARI Health’s wearable device helps people in treatment, allows doctors to track medication levels
The road to success has been long and grueling, but it’s not over for Patrik Schmidle, CEO and co-founder of CARI Health. He’s leading a medical device company to tackle a big problem — the opioid crisis.
Their proposed solution is tiny. CARI Health is developing a wearable device the size of a quarter to help people in treatment for opioid use disorder.
But to Schmidle, this isn’t just an intangible national problem — it’s personal. He had a family member struggle with opioid use, which inspired him to start this company.