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The Safe Balance Technology...

The Safe Balance program and technology was developed to be a comprehensive solution to the medical provider in the prevention of patient falls.


Using a lightweight app-based or web-based platform that runs on tablets or computers, Safe Balance runs patients through a series of questions and performance measures that are inputted into the system. From there, the Safe Balance program automatically calculates the results and generates a patient-specific intervention plan to mitigate the risk factors identified. 


Utilizing the screening and assessment design found in MIPS Quality Measures, and the workflow of the CDC's STEADI Program, the Safe Balance program has emerged as an effective and incredibly efficient instrument for use in almost all areas of healthcare. 

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Combines the "Best-Practice" Program Design of Screen; Assess; Intervene as defined by the CDC's STEADI Algorithm

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Screening Survey Based on CDC Templates and are Self-Administered by the Patient

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Assessment  Criteria Designed from MIPS Quality Measures, Identifying Risk Factors Often Overlooked in a Typical Provider Encounter

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Intervention Report Automatically Generated for the Provider to Quickly and Efficiently  Implement Mitigation Plans Through the Various Patient/Score-Specific Results of the Safe Balance Software

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Outcome Measure Report, Patient Education Materials, and Physician Referral Templates Available for Every Assessment Completed. Discharge Plan Created for Emergency, Acute/SNF, and Surg Center Versions

Software Can Operate on the Following Hardware Platforms:
  • iPAD, and Android Tablets App
  • Windows Laptop/Desktop via Web-App 
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Program Design


Empowering the provider to enhance the delivery of care quality to vulnerable patients

See the "Best-Practice" process of the Safe Balance program and how it seamlessly integrates into even the busiest of healthcare settings...


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Screen for Fall Risk Factors


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Assess the Severity of Risks Identified


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Intervention Targeting Fall Risk Factors
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Click to See the Program's Workflow
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During the initial part of the encounter, the patient is administered a screening questionnaire delivered via tablet or paper. This risk screening focuses on background information, specifically prior fall history, incontinence episodes, pain levels, medications, living environment, et. 

From here, the risk screening results highlight some important information laying the groundwork on risk factors identified impacting the patient's conditions or functional independence level. 
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Step 1: Screen for Fall Risk Factors
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In the exam room, simple performance tests are performed specifically targeting standing balance, ambulation/gait, and strength. These final metrics are added into the software and combined with the risk screening. 

At the conclusion of this step, a report is generated based on the results from the screening data and performance metrics. This report not only highlights the risk factors identified, but calculates specific intervention pathways to mitigate those risks based on severity.
Step 2: Assess to Quantify Severity
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On the report, ICD-10 codes are created/suggested, risk factors are identified, educational material is generated and recommendations for prescribed referrals/interventions are presented. The provider can then quickly read this assessment result and place proactive measures in place to manage these risks that could otherwise have caused a future fall. 

The documentation is quickly and easily placed into the patient's electronic medical record and is stored in the Safe Balance cloud for future retrieval at a later date if necessary. 
Step 3: Implement Intervention Plan
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