Keet Inc, (Keet), a patient engagement and clinical outcomes company, announces a strategic partnership with Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), an academic medical center focused on musculoskeletal health.
Through this partnership, rehab therapy providers at the more than 200 clinics within the HSS Rehabilitation Network will have access to Keet’s patient outcomes reporting software, per a media release from Keet Health.
“It’s an incredible privilege to be selected by the world leader in musculoskeletal health in helping providers deliver rehabilitation services and achieve high-quality outcomes. We’re truly honored HSS has recognized Keet as the right partner to extend care beyond clinic walls and seamlessly gather patient reported outcomes, both of which serve to improve the quality of care and accelerate patient recovery.”
— Holly Taylor, President and GM of Keet
The use of evidence-based patient reported outcomes is essential to not just improving the health of an individual but also to developing clinical guidelines and educational materials that impact treatment outcomes for patients all over the world.
“The combination of HSS clinical excellence and the formidable capabilities of the Keet platform will uniquely enable us to transform the way the industry delivers care. The unprecedented aggregation of outcomes data will be translated into continuous clinical advancements that will be widely available through the HSS Rehabilitation Network and Keet customers everywhere.”
— JeMe Cioppa-Mosca, HSS Senior Vice President of Rehabilitation
Keet customers will have access to more than 50 HSS clinical treatment guidelines, as well as patient education and home exercise programs that will be incorporated into Keet’s automated, mobile clinical workflows. The aforementioned have been developed from HSS Rehabilitation best practices and evidence-based literature in collaboration with the HSS physician community.
The addition of the HSS Rehabilitation Network to Keet’s community of clients demonstrates the organization’s commitment to elevating physical therapists in the broader healthcare ecosystem, the release continues.
“We believe this partnership will facilitate the development of critical research and thought leadership with the potential to influence legislation and reshape the industry, particularly in the realm of remote patient management. With an ever-increasing number of people working from home, the impact could be astounding. We’re incredibly excited to gain HSS as both a customer and partner and look forward to sharing our collective knowledge with the market.”
— Holly Taylor
[Source(s): Keet Health, PRWeb]