The EVALIA® Knee & Hip Self-Care Planner allows patients who experience knee and hip pain to create a customized, interactive plan to reduce pain and improve knee and hip mobility.
The web-based plan allows users to track pain severity, joint function, weight, and exercise on their mobile devices, tablets, and computers. The 6-week plan includes a joint assessment, self-care recommendations, exercise instructions, performance feedback, and a plan summary that can be shared with a healthcare provider.
Benefits for Healthcare Organizations
Providing the right tools to guide consumers who can benefit from self-care is key to increasing efficiencies. Our platform will help patient’s manage their care and reduce office time for simple care, resulting in cost and time savings.
Improve Quality Outcomes
Patients using the self-care plan may improve symptoms before scheduling appointments with specialists, may prevent the development of more serious conditions, and may improve overall outcomes.
Target Qualified Patients
Providing patients with knee and hip pain the option to try a self-care plan allows orthopedic specialists to schedule patients most in need of their services and who may be more likely to need higher value surgical procedures.
Facilitate Patient Engagement
Long-term patient/healthcare provider relationships develop through engagement. By providing ongoing performance feedback through detailed reports and targeted messaging, our online platform motivates patients to improve their quality of life, resulting in better relationships between patient and provider.
Features of Knee & Hip Self-Care Planner
Users can track joint pain, weight, exercises, and recommended exercises online with their phone, tablet, or computer.
Detailed Progress Graphs and Reports
Users have 24/7 access to reports summarizing their symptoms and progress towards goal. The reports, including trend information, can also be shared with practitioners via email or paper copy.
Customized Care Plan
Each user’s 6-week care plan is customized on area of joint pain, symptom severity, and BMI. The user has the option to change the excercise plan difficulty over the course of the 6 weeks based on joint function, mobility, and pain.
Multi-Level Excercise Programs
Exercise programs are based on area of joint pain and the degree of joint function. Exercises are tracked within the plan and may include cardio, mobility, flexibility, and strengthening exercises. Users can access the excercise instructions in either a video or text format.