While the pandemic greatly accelerated the adoption of telerehabilitation and remote patient monitoring (RPM), ongoing adoption and use will greatly benefit the entire healthcare industry, including providers, patients, payors, and systems alike. The value of these technologies cannot be understated, from demonstrated clinical equivalency to annual cost savings that support value-based care (VBC) initiatives, improved compliance on safety protocols, expanded access to care for rural and elderly patients, and increased patient satisfaction.
In a new market report on how value-based care trends are driving innovation in post-surgical recovery, we share insights from 189 high-volume orthopedic surgeons, service line leaders, and health system executives who were anonymously surveyed by a third-party consultancy, Sage Growth Partners. The report, titled Recovery Reimagined: Innovation in Total Knee Arthroplasty Post-Operative Recovery, presents predictive findings, top 2022 health system strategic goals, and provider’s most wanted features in a telerehabilitation solution.
"Care providers need a way to monitor and manage their patients' recovery journeys in a cost-effective, clinically equivalent way. The new class of post-operative recovery devices empower providers, patients, and payers looking for new ways to deliver unparalleled quality and a stellar patient experience at a reduced cost.” – Mike Buckholdt, President of Kinex Medical
- 87% of surgeons believe telerehabilitation is the future of recovery.
- 62% of orthopedic surgeons would like to encourage its use among their patients.
- More than 80% of surgeons listed "improving clinical outcomes" as their highest near-term post-surgical strategic priority.