APTQI Welcomes Limber Health as Vendor Affiliate Member
WASHINGTON, DC – The Alliance for Physical Therapy Quality and Innovation (APTQI) is pleased to announce Limber Health has joined as a vendor affiliate member as of September 1. As APTQI continues to advocate for legislative and regulatory changes that benefit the physical therapy community, including patients, providers, and suppliers, collaborating with vendor affiliates like Limber Health enables the profession to better advance its mission of ensuring patient access to value-driven physical therapy. APTQI is pleased to bring together more advocates from across the profession, especially the passionate group of leaders, doctors, innovators, and experts from Limber Health.
“By joining APTQI’s vendor affiliate program, Limber Health will be expanding our advocacy capabilities, which we know are vital to ensuring patient access and practice stability for our physical and occupational therapy partners,” said Michael Gruner, Chief Executive Officer. “By engaging more fully in the public policy process, we hope to empower more physical therapists and specialty providers to support solutions for advancing value-based care systems. We look forward to working with APTQI to advocate for legislative and regulatory changes, especially surrounding Remote Therapeutic Monitoring and improving patient outcomes through a hybrid care model.”
Limber Health is a digital musculoskeletal (MSK) health platform that offers digital home exercise, patient outcomes collection, Remote Therapeutic Monitoring (RTM), and care navigation solutions for physical therapy practices. As a digital health solutions company, Limber Health empowers physical therapists by complementing in-clinic care with digital, at-home support for patients. Developed by physical therapists and physicians, Limber Health enables providers with a complete digital toolkit for Remote Therapeutic Monitoring and the shift to value-based MSK health care.
“We are excited to have Limber Health on board at APTQI as we continue to advocate for policies that will improve both patient and provider services in the physical therapy community. We are very grateful to have such an important provider of digital physical therapy tools, like Limber Health, as part of our team. Their aid in advocacy efforts will be invaluable to our continued work with lawmakers on Capitol Hill and within the Administration,” said Nikesh Patel, PT, APTQI Executive Director.