Using our applications, health systems can equip providers with tools to work more efficiently and, diminish the risks related to post-op complications.
Because of the potentially long-lasting negative impact of trauma on physical and mental health, our Virtual Rehabilitation was designed to support patients who need to increase their range of motion or physical activity during preoperative and postoperative care. The product can be prescribed to individuals who have suffered spinal trauma and who have had hip, knee or heart surgery.
Our solution also features integrated functionality with provider workflows, health assessment scales, scheduling, provider/patient virtual consults & health outcomes data.
Health providers can use the platform as an extension of their practice to:
The Virtual Integrated Platform for Spinal Cord Injury was developed to provide patients with quicker access to appropriate clinical and community-based support, tools and education they need to live healthy and more productive lives.
There are an estimated 33,000 people currently living with a spinal cord injury in Ontario, and about 86,000 in Canada. The estimated annual economic cost of traumatic spinal cord injuries in Canada is $2.67B. The platform was developed to address the barriers that prevent many of these clients from accessing healthcare and community services.
Lack of access to primary care support close to home – that is, a local family doctor or inter-professional family health team, is the most common challenge facing SCI clients. Many clients often return to their rehab hospital or visit a local emergency department when disability-specific clinical help and community supports are not available.
Travel and accessible transportation can be significant hurdles for our clients and may prevent them from seeking medical assistance until their condition becomes serious and requires hospitalization
In collaboration with Spinal Cord Injury Ontario, The Toronto Rehabilitation Institute and the Centre for Family Medicine-Family Health Team (CFFM-FHT) in Kitchener-Waterloo, a solution was designed to improve access to information and community-based services for clients with spinal cord injuries or other mobility disabilities.
When it comes to chronic illnesses, issues like Depression affects more than 300 million people worldwide. According to the World Health Organization, depression is a leading cause of poor health and disability.
Approximately 1 in 5 adults in the United States—43.8 million, or 18.5%—experiences a mental illness. Of this, approximately 1 in 25 adults —10 million, or 4.2%—experiences a serious mental illness, in each year that substantially interferes with or limits one or more major life activities.
Yet, only 41% of adults with a mental health condition received health services in 2015. The annual economic burden of these conditions in the United States is more than $440 billion. Source: NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Our virtual care solution was designed to allow patients diagnosed with Stress, Anxiety & Depression to receive additional mental health support as part of their short- or long-term treatment plan.
Our solution delivers integrated functionality with provider workflows, mental health assessment scales, video consults, online peer-to-peer support groups, patient education & health outcomes data.
Our intelligence & analytics applications deliver real-time actionable data for population health management & reporting on value-based metrics.
ForaHealthyMe Mental Health Solutions are built on clinical work, research, & cognitive behavioural therapy evidence- based models that take a patient ́s social, economic & cultural factors into consideration.
It is unlike currently available mobile solutions, many of which are designed to help users monitor & track their moods.