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The Covid-19 Pandemic has forced some dramatic and everlasting changes in our daily lives. The use of online consultations via Telehealth rose dramatically in the Australian healthcare system.

The epidemic underlined the importance of having access to healthcare at all times. During the pandemic’s tragedy, Telehealth provided a bridge to care. It now provides an opportunity to innovate virtual and hybrid virtual/in-person care models with the objective of improving healthcare access, results, and affordability.

Recovery VR provides access to healthcare using virtual reality, anywhere, anytime.

Instead of providing therapy through video or chat, we offer an ecosystem of applications. The apps are accessed with a wireless VR headset and controllers and a web portal with full telehealth functionality. This eco-system helps treat and monitor physical rehabilitation, pain management, and psychological issues.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, healthcare providers have faced significant disruptions in delivering support to their patients. To combat this issue, extensive studies on healthcare such as the one conducted by McKinsey & Company recommends considering options in virtual care as a key part of the therapy delivery model.

We turn these evidence-based techniques into motivating activities that deliver more adherence, better access to healthcare, and better outcomes for the patient.

Our mission is to enable, scale, and motivate patients to undertake rehabilitation exercises in their own homes at a low cost. In doing so, we aim to provide clinicians with critical data on progress and adherence.

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How do healthcare practitioners benefit from Recovery Vr?

Evidence-based therapeutic techniques have been adapted into games that can be prescribed, shaped, and tracked remotely by a clinician. This enables a therapist to prescribe unsupervised rehab exercise routines through the RecoveryVR Web Portal to a patient in any place, including a hospital bed, rehab clinic, or a rural and distant area, increasing their daily time on task to the required quantities for optimal outcomes.

The practitioner can then evaluate movement and emotion data from each activity patients complete. This informs their ongoing treatment and provides insurance company suggestions for additional help.

Furthermore, this solution can be used at any level of the rehabilitation process, from in-patient care through rehab clinics, homes, and subsequent experts. The information gathered belongs to the patient, which can be analysed by any new clinician who has been given access.

Find out how RecoveryVR can help you.

Call 0415 736 939 or book a chat with a friendly member of our team by visiting Request a Demo.

About the author : Christian

Christian Doran is a technologist and creator.

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