DarioHealth Corp launches Dario Move, a digital physical therapy solution to manage common musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions. The solution was unveiled in Boston at the health innovation conference HLTH 2021.
“The launch of Dario Move marks a significant achievement for our company, as we successfully and efficiently integrated the Upright MSK solution into our comprehensive multi-chronic condition digital therapeutics platform, further expanding its industry-leading breadth and reach,” says Erez Raphael, CEO and President, DarioHealth. “Dario Move is the realization of our vision for multi-use applications of the sensor technologies acquired during our purchase of Upright, and this new solution unlocks vast new market potential.”
With the addition of Dario Move, Dario’s full suite is now positioned to support comprehensive chronic condition management across three of the top priorities for employers: diabetes, behavioral health and metabolic health needs.
Dario Move’s digital physical therapy creates a better way to improve access by shifting the site of care to each person’s home, providing easy to use sensors and individualized exercises; all powered by Dario’s behavior change platform. Digital physical therapy provides for more cost-effective, assessible and sustainable engagement.
Dario Move combines intelligent software, technology and professional human support, with features including:
- A single biofeedback sensor for ease of use;
- Personalized, evidence-based exercise programs designed by physical therapists for effective treatment;
- Real-time feedback to help improve movement;
- Real-time support from coaches and Physical Therapists throughout treatment to monitor, adjust and encourage progress; and
- A highly personalized experience across Dario’s full suite of chronic conditions solutions.
“Dario Move offers an attractive alternative to more traditional and complex solutions by providing engaging and effective digital treatments in a member’s home,” said Rick Anderson, President and General Manager North America. “This increases the likelihood of member engagement and retention to care, which improves clinical outcomes and lowers the cost of care.”
[Source(s): DarioHealth Corp, PR Newswire]