A pair of studies presented at the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) 2019 Annual Meeting provided exciting new insights into the power of Reflexion Health’s Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) telerehab platform to transform the process of post-surgical rehab.
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.
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.
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.
Valere Bundled Solutions, a physician-run group co-founded by Dr. Frank Aluisio, offers a bundled payments service model designed to help physicians, administrators, and other healthcare professionals make the transition to value-based care. “In 20 years of practice, this is the most rewarding experience I’ve had,” Dr. Aluisio told us.
With typical home-based rehab, relevant information about a patient’s progress between face-to-face visits is often sparse, qualitative and self-reported. In the event that recovery is delayed or derailed, it can be challenging to understand the root cause — which is, in turn, a key driver of increased face-to-face visits early in the recovery process. But this is all about to change.
Ever wonder how actor Dan Stevens’ facial movements seamlessly became the Beast in Beauty and the Beast or how the alien Thanos was portrayed in Guardians of the Galaxy? It’s called motion capture, and it’s the process of recording a live motion event and “magically” translating it into actionable data that allows for a 3D — or digital — recreation of the performance.
With any sport, the potential for injury looms in the background. But physical rehabilitation is completely transforming through the development of patient-centric, virtual technology that can increase access to care while significantly minimizing the need for student athletes to go to their therapist’s offices, which are often off-site and inconvenient.
As the chief clinical officer and lead physical therapist for a digital healthcare company, I have the privilege of regularly speaking to my fellow PTs regarding the trends in physical therapy and overarching healthcare changes that impact our profession most. While it’s always a pleasure to talk shop with my peers, I will attest that many of these conversations leave me a bit concerned.