From a series of exciting new partnerships to a pair of clinical studies validating the effectiveness of our FDA-cleared Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™), 2018 was a banner year for Reflexion Health! Please join us in taking a quick look back at the many milestones from a truly amazing year.
A new study by the Duke Clinical Research Institute has shown that, compared to traditional PT following TKR surgery, our Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) virtual PT platform offers huge cost savings for post-acute providers, without sacrificing efficiency or safety — and you can get all the details in this exclusive video.
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.
We recently spoke to some of the folks using our groundbreaking, FDA-cleared Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™). From patients recovering from knee or hip surgery to doctors, PTs and administrators seizing a singular opportunity to maximize operational efficiencies, we invite you to hear their #TrueVERAStories, in their own words.
The tools of modern healthcare are increasingly, progressively rooted in a variety of digital technologies, like those that power sensors, computers, communication strategies, sophisticated algorithms for analysis, prediction, prevention, decision support, and so on. These tools are already transforming care delivery — and the revolution is just beginning.
Every year, telehealth gains greater popularity and wider usage. Yet, for all its potential to improve care, it’s a concept that’s still widely misunderstood. In this article, we offer a detailed definition of just what telehealth is, including a rundown of the different forms it can take when implemented within a care delivery system.