Enhance patient engagement and reduce miscommunication
Improve outcomes and accelerate patient journey
Increase patient satisfaction and motivation
October 2019 - Volume 98 - Issue 10 - p 850–858 doi: 10.1097/PHM.0000000000001204
Home Exercise Prescription
Our exercises are authored and overseen by practicing clinicians. You can also upload your own exercises into our library.
We have a comprehensive series of exercise for specialities including; Musculoskeletal, Aquatic therapy, Neurology, Respiratory, Paediatrics, Senior Health, Return to Sport, Orthopaedics, Amputees and more.
We have exercises to support each stage of patient management and rehabilitation for all levels.
Real-time Healthcare Analytics
Each NHS Trust's self-allocated lead clinician is able to assign licences to their selected clinicians using our Physitrack Direct platform. Here they can track each individual clinician’s usage of Physitrack and monitor outcomes.
This feature can be used to conduct audits and build your own clinical case studies to help to support and prove service impact and digital culture.
Optionally, we offer PhysiData to view progress and outcomes of your patients. You can customise how you view, manage, and use this data to suit your service.
Assign Patient Reported Outcome Measures
Assign recognised and evidence based Patient Reported Outcome Measures from our library straight into your patient’s Physitrack program.
Results can be monitored and tracked in real time, and provide a useful tool to aid patient engagement and assessment.
Prescribe for patients to complete at set intervals in order to track progress. This will appear seamlessly on the patient facing app and can be conveniently completed.
Construct your own PROMS using our intuitive technology.
Compliant & Secure
Physitrack is a web-based platform and therefore no data is stored on your work computer. Physitrack’s data servers are UK-based to comply with NHS Trust regulations. Physitrack only requires the patient’s name and year of birth to set up a program.
We meet all NHS required data protection standards including DTAC and the Data Security and Protection Toolkit, and are fully compliant with GDPR in regards to the Data Protection Act 2018.
We have a dedicated team who can help to support you with the completion of documentation in relation to information security.
- 15,000+ fully narrated, reviewed exercise videos
- Educational videos and PDFs
- Outcome measures
- Upload your own exercise videos
- Create your own templates
- Secure & encrypted video calling
- Works on web, iOS and Android
- Stream exercises during a video call
- Screen sharing
- Automated outcomes data collection in tandem with the engagement process
- Timed release of surveys and outcome measures
- Data gathering in your own data repository
- Simple and intuitive analysis and benchmarking tools
- Easy export to third-party systems and regulatory bodies
- Extend your clinical pathways
- Your own branded apps
- Pre-appointment intake
- Modular to suit your needs
- Integrates with your practice management system
Rosalind Heys-Limonard (BSc) Hons Physiotherapy MCSP MHCPC
Rosalind graduated from Kings College London as a physiotherapist and has worked extensively within the MSK and orthopaedic sectors, including three years at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. Roz leads our ongoing exercise library expansion and helps translate clinician needs into new app functionalities.
Tom Gray (BSc) Hons Physiotherapy MCSP MHCPC
Tom is the main point of call for all new NHS customers. Tom is a practicing physiotherapist and expert contributor to the Physitrack library. Tom is also a University lecturer where he incorporates the Physitrack library into his teaching. Tom has many years of experience of working in the NHS as a physiotherapist
Enabling more effective care is at the heart of Physitrack's business model and the company actively contributes to good health and well-being.
Both the SaaS offering, and the Virtual care offering are innovations in the healthcare digitalisation trend. Considering the remote aspect of the offering, Physitrack contributes to reaching Target 9.C "Universal access to information and communications technology".
Physitrack contributes towards Target 11.6: "Reduce the environmental impact of cities". Remote care enables for less travel to and from densely populated areas. Furthermore, enabling for home exercises reduces the need for additional clinical office space.
Through remote care, Physitrack contributes to the reduced need for office space, clinical equipment and administrative materials.
Healthcare is a significant contributor to global carbon dioxide emissions with the healthcare sector in the largest economies making up 4 percent of global emissions. Physitrack enables for less travel through remote care, which contributes to reduced emissions. Furthermore, the company's solution can be used to offer care in regions affected by climate change. A tangible example of this is the use of the Physitrack SaaS offering in Haiti described below.