Interview with Amir Inditzky, CEO & Co-Founder at Sleep AI Company: dayzz

dayzz is a passionate team with the main goal of helping people around the world get better sleep and by that healthier and happier life. Sleep researchers and specialists joined together with veteran tech leaders to create a unique hub of knowledge and capabilities.

dayzz uses an AI-based digital platform that offers a scientific, patient-centered approach, and a validated, comprehensive solution for people struggling with their sleep. The user journey begins with a proprietary clinically validated sleep assessment followed by a personalized, digital sleep plan. dayzz develops a bridge between clinical and wellness sleep solutions.

We provide an evidence-based at-home sleep intervention while at the same time guide patients through clinical pathways when relevant by partnering with certified medical partners and integrating solutions such as sleep experts and clinics, DMEs, among others, providing an innovative end-to-end solution. dayzz offers its sleep solution to U.S. employers and payers with the objective to improve employees’ well-being, health, sleep, and productivity, as well as optimize the usage of the healthcare system, and reduce associated costs.
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How did you come up with the idea for the company?

When I decided to pursue my calling and utilize my knowledge and experience for a better cause, I remembered the years I struggled with sleep and decided that this is what I wanted to do. I have always wanted to do something with a positive impact and helping people sleep better seemed to be the perfect fit.

My goal is to make dayzz the leader and north star for healthy sleep. 

How has the company evolved during the pandemic?

The pandemic provided a unique opportunity for dayzz to bridge a gap in the health industry, through our focus on remote care. Many people experienced drastic changes in their sleep patterns due to the pandemic and multiple quarantines and were desperately searching for assistance.

Yet many were afraid to leave their homes to get treatment. That’s where dayzz came in. Our app allows people to get the help they need without having to leave the comfort of their own homes, providing our users with remote care. The pandemic also allowed us to diversify the team because we were able to move to hybrid and remote working environments. We no longer had to hire only people in Israel within a certain radius from our offices. 

What can we hope to see from dayzz in the future?

dayzz focuses on distributing sleep for everyone while being personalized and comprehensive and focuses on four main pillars: 

  1. Clinical validation – dayzz invests a significant portion of our budget in clinical trials and validation projects to ensure every component of our technology and content really works and gets positive clinical results. We have been working with Johns Hopkins University, Harvard University, and the Technion in Israel and are currently planning our next major trial. 
  2. Specific protocls for specific groups– such as medical staff, regulated audience, RLS patients, and women going through menopause 
  3. Engagement – We are improving our AI engines continuously to make sure that our users are getting the best treatment in the best and most personalized manner 
  4. Distribution – We are offering our capabilities to other platforms and chronic disease management solutions to add sleep treatment to their offering in order to improve their outcomes.