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ImPACT Applications has helped thousands of healthcare providers and sports organizations to improve their concussion care while growing their practices, getting reimbursed, and managing liability.
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Washington Township High School adopted ImPACT in 2010 to stay ahead of concussion care laws in New Jersey. Since then, they’ve created a comprehensive concussion protocol including concussion education, baseline testing, and removal from activity.
As a comprehensive sports medicine provider in northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio, Parkview Sports Medicine realized local schools and sports clubs were not equipped with the resources to create a robust concussion protocol for their athletes. With ImPACT Applications’ tools and training, they have created a network of trained healthcare providers who service local organizations throughout the region.
After the NCAA settlement that resulted in new concussion management requirements, Tufts University adjusted their baseline testing model to include all student athletes, regardless of their sport. To streamline this task, they took advantage of at-home ImPACT baseline testing.
Inova Sports Medicine Concussion Programstarted with the goal of being a “one-stop-shop” for comprehensive multidisciplinary concussion care. They’ve since established themselves as the primary concussion program in Northern Virginia offering complete concussion care including baseline testing, concussion assessment, treatment, and rehab.
Nova Southeastern University realized that many schools in their local community were not providing baseline testing for student athletes. Recognizing this gap in care, they took the opportunity to provide ImPACT baseline testing to the entire public school system in their county.
After noticing gaps in the standard concussion care clinic model, Mid-Atlantic Concussion Alliance created a unique network of highly-trained concussion care providers that allowed them to offer early and effective concussion care to thousands of patients. By creating a unique model that allows ImPACT to be seamlessly integrated into any workflow, they’ve been able to quickly scale, increase patient volume, and increase reimbursement.
In line with their ongoing focus on using the most modern technology, Genesis Orthopaedic and Spine saw an opportunity to strengthen their concussion care practice with telemedicine. Thanks to remote ImPACT post-injury testing, they’re able to offer telemedicine patients the same standardized assessment they would in the clinic.
As a district with over 14 schools, Leander ISD needed concussion assessment tools that were standardized and widely accepted by the medical community. They have successfully integrated ImPACT baseline testing into their district-wide concussion protocol and leveraged the network of ImPACT-trained physicians for follow up care.
Understanding the need for convenient access to specialized concussion care, Northside Hospital Concussion Institute became the first full-service concussion center in the Southeast. They’ve used ImPACT Applications’ tools and leveraged relationships with local organizations to provide face-to-face and telemedicine care in their local community, and beyond.
As a large school district with limited resources, Fort Smith Public Schools looked for a concussion assessment tool that was affordable, saved time, and provided objective data to support clinical decisions. With ImPACT, they’ve been able to create a reliable concussion protocol that also saves them time thanks to FDA-cleared, at-home ImPACT baseline testing.
With riders located across the globe, motocross and supercross riders needed concussion assessment tools that could accommodate their wide geographic distribution. At-home ImPACT baseline testing and ImPACT Applications’ global network of trained concussion specialists allowed them to have a robust concussion protocol, even though riders are not centrally located.
After running into issues with coordinating group baseline testing, New Jersey Institute of Technology had to quickly adopt an at-home baseline testing model. Since they were already using ImPACT, they took advantage of at-home ImPACT baseline testing. By utilizing this feature, they were able to baseline test all student-athletes including those in sports that had previously slipped through the cracks.
Franciscan Health Sports Medicine realized physicians were not prepared to treat concussions in rural parts of Indiana. With ImPACT Applications’ tools and training, they have developed a network of concussion experts who are transforming care for their community and over 14,000 athletes they service across 29 different schools.
With a growing focus on concussions in sports, Utica National saw a need for school policyholders to strengthen their concussion protocol. ImPACT Applications’ tools, with the ability to conduct at-home baseline testing, improved efficiency and increased access to baseline testing for student-athletes.
Understanding the urgency of concussion care in high schools, Premier Health had a vision to expand its concussion program. They used ImPACT Applications’ tools and training to create a system-wide concussion management program backed by key stakeholders. What started as serving a handful of schools, grew to sports leagues, first responders, and nearly 40 school districts and colleges in Southwest Ohio.
The disconnect between schools, athletic trainers, and clinical staff once made continuity of care a tough job for Lubbock Sports Medicine. Facing new concussion care laws, they created their concussion protocol and started using ImPACT Applications tools to work collaboratively with others while growing their practice and getting reimbursed.
After seeing patients visit their urgent care with head injuries, Medstar Health saw an opportunity to become a go-to provider for concussion care. Their tool of choice, ImPACT Quick Test, helped them stay nimble and get ahead of the competition. Importantly, they've been able to justify using ImPACT Applications' tools because insurance companies see it as value added.
Despite their peers not taking concussions seriously, Louisiana Athletic Care, LLC proactively started an outreach program with local high schools. Along with education, ImPACT Applications tools helped them acquire new patients in their network and become the area’s premier provider while getting reimbursed.
With new concussion care laws, NYSIR recognized their insured schools needed an objective tool to manage concussion risks. ImPACT Applications tools, a choice based on scientific evidence and ease of use on a district level, helped them make sure every school had access to the same protocols.
Realizing patients had to travel to several locations to get the concussion care they needed, Banner Health started offering comprehensive care under one roof. Thanks to utilizing ImPACT Applications tools, they receive reimbursement that helps them scale their concussion care. They created a clinic where patients come for baseline testing, concussion assessment, and rehabilitation.
Seeing patients suffering because they weren't able to get the concussion care they needed, Stamford Health decided to create a comprehensive program that addressed their patients' needs. They use ImPACT Applications tools and are reimbursed well for their services. Combined with proper training, they've become a concussion care home in their community.
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