In Hand Health LLC introduces In Hand Health, a telehealth solution designed to help physical therapists progress their patients’ therapy between visits.

The system includes two components, per a company media release:

Physical Therapy in Hand, a web-based application that enables physical therapists to enter specific home exercise programs for patients, monitor their exercise compliance, and analyze patient feedback on pain and recovery levels.

In hand Health Patient App, a native iOS or Android smartphone or tablet app available free from the Apple App Store or Google Play. This app enables patients to follow their PT’s exercise program, record their activity, and submit feedback and messages securely and directly to their PT.

The In Hand Health solution then measures the patient’s compliance with the exercise program, pain levels, and recovery reports during the patient’s therapy period and presents the information via a composite CaRe Index score available to both the PT and the patient.

Higher scores generally reflect higher compliance, and lower scores generally indicate lower exercise compliance and higher pain levels, per the release.

“We created the In Hand Health solution to address many inefficiencies we’ve heard from PTs as well as those I recently experienced personally as a physical therapy patient,” explains Michael J. Gassman, president and CEO of In Hand Health, in the release.

“With the high level of integration between the application and the app, we are allowing the PT to effectively extend their expertise outside clinic walls while providing clear instructions and peace of mind for the patient during their home rehab,” he adds.

The In Hand Health solution is free to physical therapy clinics, which then market the service to patients on a monthly or annual subscription basis. In Hand Health then manages the entire billing and payment process through the In Hand Health Patient App, per the release.

For more information, visit In Hand Health LLC.

[Source(s): In Hand Health LLC, PRWeb]