Quantum’s Design Forums Seek Better Clinical Outcomes
Forums assembled various clinicians from across the nation to share ideas and discuss how to improve mobility technology.
- By Joseph Duffy
- Dec 07, 2017
Quantum Rehab’s 2017 Design Forums for Rehab Professionals brought together clinicians from across the country to share ways to create better clinical outcomes through product and service innovations.
The two-day forum included 42 clinicians from rehabilitation facilities across America. Clinicians discussed improving existing mobility technology, and shared ideas for new products and services, with the goal to create enhanced clinical outcomes for those relying on complex rehab technology.
“We seek constant input from consumers, providers and clinicians to ensure Quantum delivers innovative, market-driven mobility technology,” said Jay Brislin, vice president of Quantum Rehab. “This type of intensive forum is invaluable to us. As an example, our new 4Front Power Chair, which is dedicated to high-end applications, was developed as a result of input from previous Quantum Design Forums. This year’s events were no exception, with clinicians graciously providing the most grounded, real-world input and feedback toward improving rehab technology for all.”
Joseph Duffy is a freelance writer and marketing consultant, and a regular contributor to HME Business. He can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.