Technology is changing the face of healthcare, especially in the sector of orthopedic rehabilitation. Amp Recover, a new software designed to connect patients, providers and healthcare organizations, has flipped the recovery process on its head.
Rehabilitation from orthopedic surgeries and injuries is normally a largely hands-off process where patients do most of the work independently from a practitioner. But Amp Recover aims to bridge that divide. Joining Curve Beam Connect is Dave Nichols, CEO of Amp Recover and Amp Recover user Dr. Trevor Turner, an orthopedic doctor with Georgia Bone & Joint. The two healthcare professionals discussed how the software may provide the patient with the best care possible.
Gone are the days of sending patients home with three-ring binders, Nichols said. Amp Recover fills the gap when patients leave the clinic to heal by engaging the patient with a gamified experience that invites the user on a journey to continued recovery.
Amp Recover adds additional value in the data it collects from the user, practitioners and healthcare institutions, be they part of a shared network or not. By culling recovery data, institutions can streamline their process, becoming more efficient over time and monitoring the efficacy of orthobiologic data.
The short-term value of Amp Recover is better patient-provider communication. The long-term value will be the data, a tool ultimately leading to providing the best possible care.