HEADCHECK HEALTH Joins NYSPHSAA as Concussion Technology Partner


Industry-leading concussion app platform now available to simplify the implementation and monitoring of concussion protocol for high schools

Latham, NY – The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (‘NYSPHSAA’) today announced a new partnership with HEADCHECK HEALTH, Inc. (‘HEADCHECK’) as a concussion technology partner in an effort to prevent mismanaged concussions for student-athletes.

HEADCHECK is an all-in-one concussion app platform currently used by over 3,000 organizations to implement and monitor compliance to their concussion protocol. A comprehensive and customizable solution, HEADCHECK works with the existing concussion protocol and available personnel at each high school. Backed by an experienced customer success team and a technology platform built through industry feedback, HEADCHECK simplifies the implementation of existing concussion protocols and streamlines all necessary testing, education, and documentation to ensure each athlete receives appropriate care.

“Our association is proud to partner with a leader for concussion technology in HEADCHECK,” said Dr. Robert Zayas, NYSPHSAA Executive Director. “Their software is used at the highest levels of sport to ensure concussion protocols are followed and athletes are kept safe from the risks of mismanagement”

“We’re very excited about our partnership with the NYSPHSAA and the opportunity to play a role in preventing mismanaged concussions for student-athletes,” said Harrison Brown, CEO of HEADCHECK. “Our platform aims to provide value to everyone involved in high school athletics to make it easier to keep their athletes safe.”

For more information, please contact Scott Novak at or 303-805-5403.


The New York State Public High School Athletic Association Inc. is a non-profit, voluntary, educational service organization composed of public, parochial, and private schools dedicated to providing equitable and safe competition for the students of its member schools. The organization conducts 32 championship events and governs the rules and regulations of high school athletics in New York State. Membership is open to secondary schools providing interschool athletic activities for boys and girls in grades 7-12.

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