In a recent article exploring how the "daunting maze of restrictions and uncertainties" has accelerated interest in virtual care delivery, Xconomy cites our own Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) at-home physical therapy platform as an example of the new wave of virtual care services gaining popularity across the United States.
In a look at the potential of virtual physical therapy to "improve adherence to rehab programs and increase patient satisfaction," Modern Healthcare spoke to Reflexion Health President and CEO Dr. Joseph "Joe" Smith about where our own Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) fits in.
In a look at the Cleveland Clinic's role as a booster for healthcare startup businesses, Modern Healthcare points out how the clinic's researchers tested our own Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) and found it to be an effective method for increasing patient adherence to therapy.
Reporting on the recent CMS announcement that its new "rural health strategy" will work to reduce barriers to telehealth access, Home Health Care News cites our FDA-cleared Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) as an example of a way in which a telehealth solution can help "boost health outcomes."
Writing at Forbes, our President and CEO explains that, while "digital health" may not necessarily resonate as a concept, "digital health care" is so important it offers a chance to "dramatically transform” delivery away from its current state — i..e, “hyper-variable, uber-expensive, frustratingly confusing, geographically maldistributed and error-prone.”
Covering the recent study suggesting that the use of our Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) system “resulted in associated savings in time, steps, and money for patients, providers, and payers,” Fortune has published an article examining whether virtual PT "may be more effective and cheaper than the old-school variety."
Physical Therapy Products shares news of the "Cleveland Clinic study" that spoke of a series of benefits offered by our Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™), including "increased overall patient satisfaction attributed to the remote access, the favorable usability score and remote monitoring features of the virtual, at-home therapy regimen."
The study "supports our unique approach to home-based virtual physical therapy and the VERA system," said Dr. Joseph "Joe" Smith, President and CEO of Reflexion Health. "By giving patients and providers back time, steps and money, rehabilitation from surgery becomes a far more pleasant, cost-effective and efficient experience for everyone involved."
A new study led by researchers from the Cleveland Clinic based on our VERA™ platform pointed to a number of benefits revolving around clinician-patient interaction, cost savings, convenience and coordination of care, while indicating that some positive results may be “lacking” in other noninteractive telerehabilitation applications.
In a look at Greensboro Orthopaedics' recent decision to leverage our Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) for the treatment of its patients, Elizabeth Hofheinz, M.P.H., M.Ed., writing in Orthopedics This Week, talks to Dr. Frank V. Aluisio about some of the benefits he's observed from working with the innovative virtual PT service.