Visiting Nurse Service of New York, the largest not-for-profit home- and community-based health care organization in the United States and a Reflexion Health partner, recently published an article exploring the benefits of home-based post-surgical physical therapy — and the technology that they've chosen to provide that important service to their patients.
In a recent article about how telemedicine can help physician groups better utilize the bundled payments model while also retaining control over their practice, Delta Joint Management's Dr. Stephen Lucey and our own Dr. Joe Smith spoke to mHealthIntelligence about how our Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) technology fits in.
“Delta’s doctors also manage payments via the bundled model so they are always on the lookout for ways to cut inefficient spending,” writes Tracey Romero for Orthopedics This Week. “Using the VERA technology with its remote monitoring and telehealth visits, reduces the burden placed on patients to find rides to multiple follow-up appointments.”
We’re pleased to announce our entry into the employer market via a strategic partnership with BevCap Management LLC, a program manager for captive insurance companies with a diverse, nationwide client roster — all of whom will offer our Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) through their employee benefits package.
Looking for insight into how to leverage commercial bundled payments to expand your outpatient practice? Join us on Thursday, Nov. 1 (the first morning of AAHKS 2018) for a symposium with the surgeons who founded Delta Joint Management, one of the nation’s first physician-driven, value-based commercial total joint bundled practices.
We’re pleased to announce a new agreement with Delta Joint Management to bring VERA™ , our FDA-cleared digital physical therapy platform combining 3D biometrics, gamification tech, avatar coaching, and sophisticated remote monitoring, into the homes of patients recovering from total joint replacement surgery.
According to the CDC, over 2.8 million older adults are treated in emergency rooms annually for fall-related injuries. With 20 to 30 percent of those individuals suffering severe injuries, it's more important than ever to help prevent falls. Brooks Rehabilitation, an expert in providing medical rehabilitation services, understands this critical need and is leading the way by expanding its "Stand Tall" fall prevention program.
In partnership with Reflexion Health, Brooks Rehabilitation is leveraging Microsoft™ technology to improve the patient experience after a knee or hip replacement. The Microsoft Kinect™-based physical therapy program monitors patients as they perform their rehabilitation exercises at home. Vera™, Reflexion Health’s customized software platform, incorporates Microsoft’s motion-tracking technology to provide patients with an interactive way to complete their home exercise program.