Rank One Sport launches Rank One Health, an app designed to help manage sports injuries among K-12 youth by providing a communication system between athletic trainers (ATCs), team physicians, heath care providers, and school administrators.
By providing the communication system, the app is designed to help standardize student-athlete injury documentation nationwide and reduce the risk for schools. Additionally, the app aims to help improve reporting and tracking of student athlete injuries for ATCs and other sports medicine professionals in K-12 school systems.
The app is fully integrated with the FERPA-compliant Rank One Sport, which is used by nearly 2,000 K-12 schools across Texas, in addition to more than 1,000 other schools in 25 states, according to a media release from Rank One Health.
Rank One Health was designed in collaboration with Texas-based Children’s Health Andrews Institute for Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine.
“We appreciate Rank One Health’s commitment to ensuring quality clinical standards and advancing the science of sports medicine, benefiting student-athletes,” says Chad Gilliland, senior director of the Children’s Health Andrews Institute, in the release.
“We are excited to provide our expertise to help implement a standardized, user-friendly mobile application available to more effectively and efficiently manage sports-related injuries in school settings.”
For more information, visit Rank One Health.
[Source(s): Rank One Health, Business Wire]