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How to successfully implement digital health in your clinic?
What do digital health and change have in common? You've probably guessed it; both can be a challenge at first but rewarding in the end.
Supported by decades of research on how change can be managed, here are the stages you should consider when implementing digital health into your clinic. We will be looking at 5 different stages: Awareness, Desire, Knowledge, Ability, and Reinforcement (also known as the Prosci ADKAR® model). By following and understanding these concepts in this order, you can successfully implement digital health in your clinic.
Learn how to successfully implement digital health in your clinic with our free guide below.
How well is the hip rehab working for the patient? Consider measuring it.
Using patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) has the potential to improve practitioner-patient communication, increase patient satisfaction, aid in monitoring the efficacy of treatment response, and even identify unrecognised problems.
Read below what is HOOS-12, when and how to use it.
At some point you might need to reassign programs to your old patients. Take these four simple steps to do that. Find your client, click the specific clients, pick the finished program and reassign! Watch our 2 minute guide below.
Scheduling educational content and outcome measures at different times
Sometimes you want to schedule different things at different time! In this guide we show you how to do that. Whether you want your patients to read educational articles or complete an outcome measure, here we teach you how to do exactly that.
Physitrack® is a registered Trademark of Physitrack PLC. Physitrack is Registered in the UK with the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). Registration number 2020052601181293. Physitrack is a fitness and wellness tool and does not guarantee outcomes in a rehabilitation process. For more information, contact your healthcare provider. Patent pending.