Rhythmedic is fully reimbursable by most major insurance payers
Our technology combined with our care team helps your clinic scale its efforts in positively impacting outcomes for patients post trauma
Rem ther mntr 1st setup & education
Monthly data transmission–musculoskeletal system, Therapeutic response
Treatment management services, clinical staff, 20 min.
Treatment management services, clinical staff, +20 min.
The tech that makes Rhythmedic work
Non-invasive physiological biomarkers without a wearable.
MI's protected algorithms deliver biomarkers, including heart rate (HR) and heart rate variability (HRV), through the analysis of colour video captured via a standard smartphone camera.
Click here to access a published peer-reviewed study describing MI's computer vision technology underlying remote measurement of HR.
The world's most accurate measure of stress via smartphone video.
MI's unique 6-layer deep neural network predicts cognitive stress to 86% accuracy with nothing more than the HR and HRV data obtained from the patient's smartphone.
Click here to access a published peer-reviewed study describing MI's machine learning technology for remote and objective stress quantification.
Benchmarked self-assessments of mental wellbeing.
MI has very simple-to-use self-report tools, including a stress slider and mood board, that have been benchmarked in multiple clinical trials to leading medical standards.
Click here to access a published peer-reviewed study demonstrating strong statistically significant correlations between MI's self-report tools and principal components of medically accepted psychological questionnaires examining mental wellbeing.
Validating the accuracy of our digital biomarkers and the efficacy of our digital theragnostic platform, AmDTx.
Why Do these Metrics Matter?
Heart rate variability (HRV) and sleep are both important indicators of an individual's overall well-being and can be used to monitor the effectiveness of treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Remote therapeutic monitoring of HRV and sleep can be done using wearable devices that track these physiological markers and provide data to the individual and their healthcare provider.
HRV is a measure of the variation in time between consecutive heartbeats and is considered a marker of the balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. Low HRV is associated with increased stress and anxiety and has been found to be a predictor of PTSD. By monitoring HRV remotely, healthcare providers can track changes in an individual's stress levels over time and adjust treatment as needed.
Sleep is also an important aspect of overall well-being and is often disturbed in individuals with PTSD. Remote monitoring of sleep can provide information on the individual's sleep patterns, such as total sleep time, sleep efficiency, and time spent in different sleep stages. By monitoring sleep remotely, healthcare providers can identify any issues with sleep and address them as part of the individual's treatment plan.
Remote therapeutic monitoring of HRV and sleep can also be useful for individuals with PTSD as they can track their own progress and feel more in control of their treatment. Remote therapeutic monitoring allow healthcare provider to monitor the patient remotely thus they can provide a proper treatment and guidance even if the patient is at home.
It's important to note that remote therapeutic monitoring should be used in conjunction with other treatment methods and should be tailored to the individual's specific needs and preferences.