Siren’s temperature monitoring socks were developed for the early detection of inflammation that leads to foot ulcers in people with diabetes. They are equipped with sensors that continuously monitor foot temperature at 6 key points. Upon signs of inflammation, the patient and physician will receive notifications via the companion app and/or text message. Thus, healthcare professionals can monitor more patients to detect signs of inflammation and injury earlier and intervene effectively. Now, the company is augmenting its product offering by launching Siren Staffing, a remote patient monitoring (RPM) program that utilizes licensed practical nurses to coordinate RPM activities with podiatric practices. Program nurses monitor temperature data collected by Siren Socks and contact patients who may be at risk of developing injuries to evaluate the status of their feet. The socks are available by prescription. New socks are shipped every 6 months.