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For rehabilitation facilities
Physicians, rehabilitation clinics, and health centers want to optimize the quality of indications and results – and automate the workflow along the supply chain in a quality-assured way.
A key objective of rehabilitation is to enable the patient to deal with their illness adequately and independently and to recover fully.
At admission and during rehabilitation, for example after joint replacement, the primary goal is to eliminate, reduce, or compensate for functional restrictions.
Movement assessments are the method of choice to measure pre-operative and post-operative, patient-reported outcomes, and thus the quality of the results of therapy and rehabilitation goals.
The treatment results are often not recorded adequately in discharge management, thus not making them comparable in the long term, so that media disruptions occur when the patient is admitted. With the Lindera 3D algorithms, body data and thus the treatment results can for the first time be recorded objectively and systematically for a large amount of people – without additional hardware or sensors, simply via an app with any smartphone or tablet.
This supports the cross-sector exchange of information between the rehabilitation facility and the acute clinic working with them. The interoperable application via the app enables easy integration into the electronic patient file and discharge management via the HIS system. In this way, quality assurance is implemented in a time-saving, billing-relevant, and high-quality manner. Previous assessment routines will be digitized and pushed to the next level. The measurement accuracy and diagnostic quality of the technology has been and is continuously proven in clinical studies.
The Lindera KlinikApp is developed by leading physicians, therapists, academics and data scientists. The doctor or therapist selects assessments from pre-selected suitable functional outcomes or patient-related outcomes:
- Neutral zero method, TUG test, 10-m gait test, ROM tests
- Staffelstein, VAS, NRS scale, SF-12, WOMAC
AI-based algorithms provide objective and valid data for the movement analysis of the functional tests.
In the future, doctors and therapists will use the Lindera algorithms to record, for example, step length, walking speed and the time a patient takes to get up during the TUG test in order to evaluate the course of rehabilitation – easily via an app. Therapy-supporting recommendations are derived from the results.
Detailed description of the benefits
- Comparable assessments for the standardization and specification of admission, treatment and discharge management
- Body data as objective patient-reported outcomes
- No media disruptions
- Improving adherence and the patient outcomes
- Automatic documentation by linking the patient files with the HIS and practice information system
- Relieving specialists through less documentation
- Attractive, digital-savvy way of working to win over specialists