New Telehealth Research: Best Use Cases and Current Limitations [2021]

By |2021-12-06T10:45:11-05:00July 19th, 2021|General Healthcare, Latest News + Research|

The increased use of tele-health services during the Covid-19 pandemic has led to an explosion of research on the topic, with some providers, including rehabilitation professionals, questioning its efficacy and feasibility. (1) Today, we’ll delve into the currently available research to consider what telehealth in 2021 can and can’t do for providers and patients in the rehab realm.

How to Integrate Medtech With Human Touch for the Best Patient Experience

By |2021-11-20T12:33:26-05:00July 9th, 2021|General Healthcare|

As the world around us becomes increasingly influenced by and reliant on technology, it’s only natural to seeing this influence extending into healthcare. Medtech can (and does!) improve patient outcomes, reduce human error, and improve overall efficiency. However, many patients remain skeptical of the idea of relinquishing control of their care to a robot or an impersonal medtech device, even if it is more accurate and better performing than a human provider.

5 Signs Your Patient May Need to Stop Physical Therapy

By |2021-12-06T17:43:51-05:00June 22nd, 2021|General Healthcare|

As a rule, most physical therapists and PT students tend to list “helping people” high on their list of reasons for entering the profession. PTs are trained to employ a wide variety of techniques to help their patients progress and reach their goals. Sometimes, however, all this training and the earnest desire to help can make it difficult to recognize when a patient might be better off not coming to physical therapy.

The Superpower of Pediatric Occupational Therapists

By |2021-11-23T14:59:09-05:00July 15th, 2020|Case Study, General Healthcare|

“Occupational therapy? But my child doesn’t have a job!” It’s not obvious from the name of their profession -- occupational therapists -- how these incredibly talented therapists can support your children and improve their self-confidence and self-control. In fact, to truly understand the incredible range of skills that pediatric occupational therapists use every day

The Habits that Make a Successful Physical/Occupational Therapy Practice

By |2021-11-23T15:02:41-05:00January 15th, 2020|General Healthcare, Independent Practices and Entrepreneurs, Latest News + Research|

Physical and occupational therapy are fields that are constantly evolving; new research, new technologies, and new protocols emerge as the field advances so how does a PT or OT stay on top of their game and build a successful practice? They build good habits that keep them moving with the times. There is a

How to Measure Patient Engagement

By |2021-11-23T15:04:27-05:00December 18th, 2019|General Healthcare, Latest News + Research, Patient/Clients For Life|

As the healthcare industry evolves, patient demand is increasing for value-based care from providers. Value-based healthcare is an emphasis on patients getting the full value from quality services and a push for preventive care. As the demand for value-based care increases so does the need for providers to accurately measure patient engagement. Patient engagement

Increased Telehealth Patient Engagement through Technology

By |2021-11-23T15:10:05-05:00November 6th, 2019|General Healthcare, Latest News + Research, Patient/Clients For Life|

How Telehealth Increases Patient Engagement  A national consumer study among more than 2,000 adults to measure usage and sentiment towards telehealth, has revealed that 66% of consumers are willing to implement telehealth systems into their healthcare routine. This high adoption rate gives insight into the future of managing access for patients outside of a hospital

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