The AMA has published an article exploring how our VERA™ platform may be the “next step in telehealth,” enabling “surgery rehab led by an avatar” — one that “lowers rehabilitation costs by an estimated $1,000 per patient and boosts patient adherence with exercises as they recover” from total hip and knee arthroplasty.
Orthopedics This Week has published an article exploring a study that found that our Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) telerehab platform can boost patient satisfaction with post-TKA and THA surgery rehabilitation while also offering significant cost savings to payors and providers.
“One of the strengths of this system is that you actually know if the patient is doing therapy. It is another opportunity to have a higher-quality touchpoint with the patient without the patient having to come into the office. It doesn't eliminate the need for skilled physical therapist, but it is an extender of physical therapy.”