The award-winning Hand Remedy: The Train Prescription App has launched a brand new and improved model with new performance, content material and up to date options to enhance the expertise for each affected person and therapist.
The app comes from Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Basis Belief and its official charity CW+, who has partnered with Digital Health for Pitchfest 2023.
The app offers therapist-tailored workouts to help restoration from hand and wrist accidents. The latest model presents 50 new movies, bringing the variety of video and audio tutorial tutorials to over 130. This permits sufferers to observe the directions and replicate them at house to assist deal with their accidents.
Following affected person and clinician suggestions the updates will enhance the person expertise, with some optimising present options. The brand new model permits hand remedy workouts to reorder in accordance with the prescription. Plus ‘train repetitions’ and ‘accomplished’ buttons have been added for every train.
The search operate has been enhanced so customers are in a position to find the workouts faster. As well as, the app now consists of the choice to report and add movies with the affected person, enabling bespoke tailor-made programmes.
For sufferers, the addition of a patient-rated consequence measure permits them to set their very own targets and assessment their progress.
Hayley Fay, senior occupational therapist, stated: “It has been a pleasure working with colleagues and sufferers and their suggestions has helped to form the brand new model.
“Specifically, the brand new performance to allow the group to gather consequence information associated to affected person targets, will actually assist inspire sufferers on their journey to restoration. As a group we’re all actually pleased with how the up to date app seems to be and consider it’s going to improve affected person care.”
The Hand Remedy App was developed by Imagineear and is a part of the CW Innovation programme, led collectively by CW+ and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Basis Belief. The app has been funded by CW+ since 2015.
Chris Chaney, chief government at CW+, stated: “We’re proud to have funded the Hand Remedy app through the years, together with via our Nurses Name 2020.
“It has been a pleasure working with Hayley and her group, supporting our employees to convey their concepts to fruition to offer sufferers with a easy, efficient, and simple option to entry their hand workouts. The brand new movies and upgraded options will make sure that the app continues to offer one of the best person expertise for sufferers.”