Crowdsourced and open access telerehab software.
USAID, Fondation Botnar
Rehabilitation services remain limited relative to the needs, which are particularly profound in low- and middle-income countries. Access to rehabilitation is limited and, if available, the most marginalized populations cannot afford it. The magnitude of unmet rehabilitation needs demands solutions that increase access to quality, cost-effective rehabilitation services.
Open Source multidisciplinary TeleRehabilitation Software connecting rehabilitation professionals with patients to improve access to rehabilitation services and contribute to universal health coverage by facilitating discharge, transition of care and follow-up
The patient mobile app has been designed to be as intuitive as possible and also includes an additional child-friendly interface. The Software follows Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (level A/AA) and is accessible offline.
Supported 200+ rehabilitation professionals and patients via telerehabilitation.
The software will be deployed to new countries as of fall 2022, with an identified global budget. Countries selection is ongoing.