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Another Canadian startup, no rx Montreal’s Jintronix Inc., is building software that couples Kinect’s motion sensing and scanning properties with clinical programs to deliver physical therapy exercises remotely to patients such as stroke victims and those in geriatric care.
We had 139 patients who have gone through the Jintronix study, and of those 139 patients we were able to take their rehospitalization rate from 11 to 5% and that’s – when you’re comparing similar groups, from the previous time of last year.
- Regina Melly, VP Business Development, TNJH
“I think it will be good for my motor skills and my arthritis. And it’s fun. I love it!”
- Johanne Monette
“It’s like a game, but at the same time, I’m doing training. It also helps my mental skills.”
- Pierette Laframboise
In our industry. our customers need measurable outcomes. it’s where payment reform is going its where regulatory change – reimbursement is going, it’s a necessity that our industry is becoming…jintronix has been by far the best technology we found it really is one of a kind in the market place.
- Paul Riccio, VP Finance/Business Development, Vertis Therapy
Not only were we able to prove the clinical outcomes and in a much greater manner than we expected, ampoule but to have the patients so excited about Jintronix and the intervention was wonderful.