Providing Real-Time Feedback for Virtual Health

 

In this new episode of I Don’t Care, host Kevin Stevenson sits down with Mike Telem, the Co-Founder of Kemtai, a groundbreaking computer vision platform, to discuss their unique approach to telemedicine.

Founded in 2019, the Israeli-based company has been utilizing technology in healthcare even before the Covid-19 pandemic began. “We’ve developed a computer vision exercise platform that can basically provide feedback and guide users in real-time as if a personal trainer or personal physio-therapist trainer was right there with them. We basically turn any device that has a camera into an expert,” said Telem.

Using the instructions to help guide the patient, the software is able to track, monitor and direct the patient based on their performance, adjusting to correct imbalances or maladaptive stances.

As easy as watching a YouTube video, the Kemtai solution combines the convenience of an at-home activity with the insight of a personal trainer.

“This product is all based on software and computer vision and AI,” noted Telem, meaning there are no sensors, logistics, or wearables and any smart device with a camera can use it.

Utilizing the knowledge from real physiotherapist or physical therapists, Kemtai is able to provide users with real-time guidance and feedback.

While the covid-19 pandemic certainly refocused and accelerated the use of telemedicine, most issues require a healthcare professional to be on the other side of the call. In lieu of this, Kemtai uses it’s advanced computer software recognition system which helps patients adhere to their recovery programs and speed up their recovery process. This makes the platform extremely scaleable.

Additionally, the platform can consume any style of movement for particular patients and turn that into an “interactive platform and experience that guides the user, the patient, the member at home even without someone being there.” The software captures and tracks 44 different data points on the human body.

As a B2B platform, Kemtai has recently partnered with virtual physical therapy solution RecoveryOne to provide access to more patients across a range of movement spectrums.

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