–William A. Foster
Adult TBI Comply – Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is still the leading cause of death and disability in the United States for those between the ages of 1 and 44. And inside the release of the 4th Edition severe adult head injury guidelines, by the Brain Trauma Foundation and AANS, there are 28 Recommendations for care – 14 of which are new. How to educate staff on new evidence in moments? How to bring new guidelines to the care of the patient so quickly? Qmetis.
Pediatric TBI Comply – Pediatric TBI strikes approximately 35,000 young people under the age of 19 each year, with roughly 7,500 deaths per year. Recent studies have indicated that at least 50% of youths who suffer a TBI have a “poor outcome” at six months. As with our adult TBI module, the pediatric TBI software is here to provide real-time quality assessment and quality assurance – easily, immediately, and collaboratively.
ConcussionComply ER/ED – It is estimated 3.8 million concussions occur in the United States each year. Sports and recreation-related concussions are a leading cause of TBI-related emergency department (ED) visits among children and teens. U.S. hospitals advise that concussion care may be one of the largest emergency room challenges of the next decade. Qmetis’ ConcussionComply decision-support tool is a more contemporary approach to global concussion care; delivering with speed, ease of use, and always up-to-date science all the resources for the healthcare practitioner, or hospital staff.
ConcussionComply App – While awareness of concussion is rising, care is frequently inconsistent from patient to patient and not consistent with the latest treatment recommendations in the literature. The challenges of a quick and accurate diagnosis, total care coordination, and prompt attention to lingering symptoms can be addressed by an all-in-one tool present from pre-injury to complete recovery. Such a tool must swiftly and flawlessly provide diagnostics, decision-support, and evidence-based pathways to total health. Welcome to ConcussionComply.