Medical Compression Systems unveils ActiveCare platform at AAOS meeting — 4 takeaways

Allison Sobczak -   Print  |

Medical Compression Systems unveiled ActiveCare Online, the company's next-generation platform for improving the clinical outcomes following total hip or knee replacements, according to the EconoTimes.

Here are four takeaways:


1. ActiveCare Online is equipped with Bluetooth, enabling wireless data transmission between patients and their healthcare providers.


2. ActiveCare Online will be able to report key patient health and risk indicators to a secure, HIPAA compliant cloud-based storage system using Bluetooth and a smartphone app.


3. Over the last three decades, there has been a steady trend toward reduction in LOS prior to discharge, which is currently less than three days.


4. Medical Compression Systems has filed for 501(k) clearance from the FDA and expects to launch ActiveCare Online in the second half of 2016.


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