Join us for a rare peek behind the scenes at Reflexion Health, as Senior Software Engineer Michael Graessle describes the creativity, problem-solving prowess and technical know-how that went into creating our groundbreaking, one-of-a-kind Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) telerehabilitation technology.
Take a close look at any truly prosperous, high-performing organization and you’ll quickly see that the driver behind their success is effective and thoughtful people management. In other words, these companies understand that their talent is their most important resource and they take a very strategic and business-focused view of their human resources function.
Although games for health constitute a significant step forward in improving the lives and well-being of a huge swathe of the population, gamification is not enough. Technology from video games can and should be leveraged in the wider health care industry to help specific people get better in specific ways; but it’s just one piece of the health care improvement puzzle.
I’m on the sidelines watching the movements of every soccer player on the field, anticipating the next sports injury. The game was well into the second half with no injuries and it seemed I would be able to go home early. But then, like a dramatic scene on ER, I see a coach collapse face down on the ground.