Canberra Knee Clinic to launch MyMobility program
Canberra Knee Clinic is launching the My Mobility app program for its patients
Starting July 2019, Dr Brendan Klar will be offering a personalised follow up through the My Mobility program to eligible ROSA patients. Patients taking part in the program will receive an Apple watch that Dr Klar will use to track and log patient recovery through the mymobility app.
Image credit: Zimmer Biomet
The mymobility app is the first collaboration between the world’s biggest wearable tech company, Apple, and the world’s biggest orthopaedic implant company, Zimmer Biomet, aimed at improving the patient care journey by helping them to recover after their orthopaedic surgery. With a simple and easy to use interface, the mymobility app will help keep patients connected and informed through customised notifications, video tutorials, to-dos and reminders from Brendan Klar.
Some of the key benefits of the app include:
- Direct communication with the Canberra Knee Clinic team through messages, reminders, and surveys
- Remote monitoring
- Personalised interactive exercises
- Shorter hospital stay post-operation
- Track overall recovery progress
For more information, please visit the mymobility website or contact the CKC team to learn how mymobility can help transform the post-operative patient journey.
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