Tools Used: Figma, Miro
Yoomi aims to develop a platform that's enables patients to get remote physical therapy through artificial intelligence and machine learning.
I work as a Lead Designer, reporting directly to the CTO and managing a small team of design interns to develop design artifacts. My other responsibilities include:
Providing Feedback and charting next steps of the projects
Prototyping (design systems, wireframes, comparison study)
Maintaining branding by creation of design system.
50 - 65% of PT patients don’t adhere to their home exercise programs resulting in longer recovery times that are costly and time consuming
Patient compliance isn’t being tracked, so patients lack the motivation to complete HEPs
Patients feel helpless, and are scared to complete HEPs without guidance or support
Lack of Engagement
HEPs can be boring, causing patients to lose interest and not complete their program
How might we create a space where patients can do their therapy with clear guidance, that is tracked, through an engaging workout, all without the physical need of a therapist?
By an AI-driven platform that provides real-time feedback on patient exercise form, through gamified guided exercises.
Comprehensive exercise selection for all patient cases. Our collection provides physical therapists (PTs) with much-needed flexibility when prescribing workout plans.
- Personalized guidance through exercise based on PT input
- Visual and audio cues
- Score tracking and gamification
- Alerts patient of dangerous movements
- Customizable safeguards based on PT input
- Patient form, feedback, and compliance are all compiled in a summary format
- Data stored in a HIPAA compliant, FHIR format for ease of integration.
Actual Patient Journey
Patients go to their healthcare provider to assess the extent of the therapy that’s required.
From here, the PT’s understand the needs, the rate of damage to a body part, and prescribe medicine and or exercises.
Most of the treatment options are physical rehab, using methods such a stretching, and slight load bearing movements