Use piezoresistive technology to document patient recovery


When it comes right down to it, almost every one of the 1.5M Achilles Heel, ACL replacement, and ankle sprains every year require some sort of insurance involvement, which inevitably requires documentation- and that insurance documentation has to be specific.  The clinic has to document things such as what patient is lacking, growth potential, and patient progress, which can be very difficult as the patient is only in the clinic for 1-2 hours a week.  Moreover, if the clinic cannot fully document these points, there is a risk that they may not be paid by insurance. At times this can be a real challenge, as there may be a documentation gap between “what is specified by patient” and what is measured in the clinic.  

MCET Technology can help:

  • Because our technology is “continuous monitoring,” it can also provide database metrics for “% of successful attempts” to reinforce whatever recommendations and documentations the clinic has to provide insurance
  • Historical real-time database management can also cover remaining time in that week that the patient is not in the clinic- giving your clinic an additional resource in your ongoing quest for payment of services
  • Because our technology is "continuous monitoring," abuse or recovery neglect can also be detected.  So if a patient re-injures due to over-exertion, or the patient neglects to conduct the necessary exercises for recovery, our technology has the potential to assist in documenting these issues as well.


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