Are falls affecting
Your Bottom Line?
Among older adults, fall-related injury is one of the most expensive medical conditions.1 What if we could help you identify those residents most at risk for a fall before it happens?Watch QTUG Overview
Falls are Frequent, Expensive and Often Avoidable
An estimated 30% of adults over 65 years of age fall each year. In 2012, it was estimated that medical costs of fall related injuries for people 65 and older, adjusted for inflation, was $30 billion dollars. Many existing solutions are large, cumbersome and expensive, requiring a skilled practitioner to collect the data. Preventing falls helps protect seniors and lowers costs. The key to prevention is knowing the risk of a potential fall.
QTUG Helps You Manage Falls Risk
QTUG provides powerful, standardized information to inform intervention. By analyzing a person's walk and then benchmarking that data against existing information, QTUG is able to provide actionable insights into falls risk.Download One Sheet
QTUG IS IN A CLASS OF IT'S OWN
QTUG is a Class I Medical Device that is easy to use and mobile. Assessments are measured and compared to a large reference population, allowing falls risk assessments to be objective and accurate. Falls risk assessments become scalable as the ease of use and portability of QTUG allows anyone in the field trained on QTUG to perform the assessment, allowing your physical therapists to stay focused on analyzing the assessments and administering therapy plans.
1 Stevens JA, Corso PS, Finkelstein EA, Miller TR. The costs of fatal and nonfatal falls among older adults. Injury Prevention 2006;12:290—5.