We look at a recent announcement from Nadia Haidar at Reflexion Health:
According to Pew Research Center, 76% of baby boomers and 92% of Generation X population are internet savvy, illustrating seniors’ willingness to adopt and learn new technology at a growing rate. This percentage also reflects the potential for technology to assist the elderly. It’s now more important than ever that the healthcare industry prepares for a tech savvy baby boomer generation and does so in an affordable and simple way.
Reflexion Health is taking patients to another dimension of virtual rehabilitation; one that fuses immersive technology with assisting senior citizens. Through an easy, convenient and non-constricting platform, Reflexion is healing the elderly after joint, knee or hip surgery and cutting the recovery time in half from the comfort of their home.
We believe there is an opportunity to discuss the growing need for the different types of technology to facilitate baby boomer healthcare, focusing on technological advancements, simplicity and cost-effectiveness particularly as we witness a new healthcare reform. Topics to be discussed could include:
The latest trends in adaptable technology for the elderly; Preparing for the baby boomer future in healthcare; How at-home virtual rehabilitation technologies can significantly cut recovery time and cost; Why physicians are increasingly choosing technology to assist with patient recover;How the MedTech industry is ramping up to combat a possible onslaught of healthcare reform policies.
Reflexion Health is a digital healthcare company dedicated to transforming traditional medicine. Through its partnerships with Yale New Haven Hospital and many others, Reflexion offers in-home virtual exercise rehabilitation assistant to patients for faster recovery and increased convenience.