– XRHealth just announced at the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ Tech Summit, their telehealth VR/AR medical platform that connects doctors and patients from remote locations.
– The XRHealth telehealth platform allows patients to grant access to their healthcare data to key participants – doctors, caregivers, or family members.
XRHealth, formerly known as VRHealth a provider of extended reality and therapeutic AR and VR applications for the medical industry has announced the launch of their new telehealth virtual reality (VR)/augmented reality (AR) medical platform. The telehealth platform connects doctors and patients remotely allowing doctors to continuously monitor vital data to both measure and determine a plan to achieve optimal health.
Growing Impact of Telehealth Platforms
The VR and AR telehealth platforms are revolutionizing the way doctors and patients interact, providing healthcare physicians with accurate data in real-time to determine how to best treat patients. The digital health market is expected to reach $536.6B by 2025, with hospitals around the world adopting innovative technologies to improve patient healthcare. Just last month XRHealth and Sheba Medical Center announced a partnership to create the world-first first VR-based hospital by leverage XRHealth’s virtual reality platform as part of its strategic innovation commitment to digital health.
Telehealth VR/AR Platform Overview
The FDA-registered XRHealth telehealth platform allows patients to grant access to their healthcare data to key participants – doctors, caregivers, or family members – so that anyone crucial to their recovery process can monitor key medical insights. The platform features immersive, therapeutic applications which address a wide variety of neuro-cognitive, emotional and physical symptoms:
– Cognitive: stress, anxiety, memory decline, traumatic brain injury, and stroke rehabilitation
– Pain: chronic, acute, pain distraction, pain syndromes (e.g. fibromyalgia), hot flashes and night sweats
– Motor: neck pain, shoulder pain, spinal cord injuries, and neurological disorders
In the comfort of their own home, patients can be fully immersed in a simulated digital environment using a VR headset. The loop of communication between doctors and patients can help medical experts pinpoint more precise healthcare plans based on real-time data.
“With the roll-out of 5G throughout the globe, the new technology implications for the telehealth industry are enormous,” says Eran Orr, CEO of XRHealth. “Patients will be able to use high bandwidth technology like virtual reality or augmented reality anywhere they are located – whether in a rural or urban area. Healthcare will become much more affordable and accessible to anyone while innovation will be endless.”