ATLANTA, April 13, 2022 (Newswire.com) - In a new deal announced today, TBI Therapy will implement AMP to deliver its neuroregenerative protocols to patients suffering from traumatic brain injury. The relationship will enable TBI Therapy to quickly scale its groundbreaking offerings to clinics and patients nationwide. The deployment of AMP in the neurological rehabilitation space further solidifies its stance as a specialty agnostic platform, one that empowers providers with the digital tools necessary to care for a range of patients.
Founded by Dr. John Hughes, TBI Therapy develops specific protocols for the treatment of mild to severe brain injuries. The protocols feature a combination of multiple regenerative therapies that produce synergistic benefits to the patient.
"AMP will be a game changer for our practice. The platform will allow for purposeful patient engagement, real-time progress monitoring, and data collection while enabling us to make the protocol available to more patients suffering from TBI, regardless of their location," says Dr. Hughes.
AMP provides a proven enterprise-scale solution to healthcare organizations and service providers looking to modernize the way they deliver health and human performance protocols to their covered populations. By implementing AMP's web and mobile applications, healthcare providers can quickly digitize their existing offerings, improve patient engagement, and collect valuable data, empowering them to meet the needs of an evolving market.
"We are humbled to work with Dr. Hughes and his team at TBI Therapy on this digital health partnership to address the prevalence and severity of TBIs. We're passionate about improving the lives of both our provider clients and their patients, and having a strong compliance and communication platform in place will ensure accountability by all parties throughout the episode of care," says AMP CEO David Nichols.
Both AMP and TBI Therapy are recipients of Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contracts by the U.S. Air Force (USAF) through AFWERX. Future plans include further strategic alignment to address TBI among military service members.
Source: AMP Recover