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OPEN MINDS recently published an article exploring early results from the Duke Clinical Research Institute’s VERITAS study, which shows that our model of virtual physical therapy is as safe and efficient as the traditional style, with the potential to offer major post-surgical cost savings, to boot.
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The announcement of positive results from the Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI)’s long-anticipated “Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation In-home Therapy: A Research Study (VERITAS)” has been reverberating throughout the media in recent weeks, making headlines in healthcare, technology and business publications.
“There was little difference in pain management between the group that used VERA and the one that used traditional in-person physical therapy,” writes Kelsey Ketchum for Healthcare Business & Technology. “This could be an opportunity to cut down on pain medications after surgery, which is a positive considering the national opioid crisis.”
Reflexion Health CEO Dr. Joe Smith recently walked Orthopedics This Week through the results and milestones of the VERITAS clinical trial — the soon-to-be published study showing that our VERA virtual PT platform is as safe and effective as traditional therapy for TKR patients, while offering the power to sharply reduce post-acute costs, to boot.
Fierce Healthcare’s Paige Minemyer recently covered the groundbreaking findings from the Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI) that Reflexion Health’s Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) “could significantly reduce postsurgical costs” associated with knee replacement surgery, with “an average cost savings of $2,745 per patient treated.”
Writing for the San Diego Business Journal, Jared Whitlock discusses the “first large, randomized clinical trial comparing virtual physical therapy with conventional, clinic-centric physical therapy,” which revealed that our VERA™ virtual physical therapy model is “as effective as traditional therapy while saving money.”
Xconomy, a media company covering business and technology developments, recently highlighted the news from the Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI) announcing “positive results” from the VERITAS study comparing our Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) physical therapy platform to traditional PT.
Covering the recent, “long-awaited” announcement that the VERITAS study of our Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation (VERA™) has yielded positive results, mHealthIntelligence’s Erik Wicklund writes that these outcomes “are of interest to providers who want to improve post-discharge patient outcomes and reduce rehospitalizations.”