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Digital health apps have potential to drastically reduce cost to serve our most vulnerable and difficult-to-reach populations | Interview at HLTH 2021

Constant Therapy | Traumatic brain injury, Stroke, Dementia

How can we reduce rehabilitation costs while at the same time improving outcomes for those living with neurological disorders?

That’s the question discussed by Veera Anantha, CEO of Constant Therapy Health, in this interview with Medicare reimbursement expert and healthcare executive, Steve Cooke at HLTH 2021. Veera highlights the critical role digital health is playing in the care of patients living with cognitive disorders, and how next-generation digital therapy solutions are reducing the cost of care for providers, by creating ways to continuously engage with patients who are otherwise very difficult to reach. 

He brings important data points into the conversation that show how lack of care for these patients causes frequent hospital re-admittance, as well as poor quality care for the individual. According to Veera, “digital health has the potential to materially change healthcare outcomes. More specifically, providers and health plans serving patients recovering after a stroke or a brain injury or dementia diagnosis can use apps like Constant Therapy to save significant cost, improve outcomes, and reduce the engagement blind spot with these especially difficult-to-reach patients.”

Veera also discusses how Constant Therapy’s latest clinical trial showed how digital therapy done exclusively at home is both clinically effective and highly engaging, even for the most difficult-to-reach patients.

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