Motus Smart powered by Sensoria®
Diabetes and Foot Complications
- Every 20 seconds, a limb is lost due to diabetes. Every 1.2 seconds there is a new ulcer. There is no amputation without ulceration.
- After a patient has an amputation, there is a 50% chance that he or she will have the other limb amputated within two years. Patient life expectancy is less than five years. Same as cancer.
- Diabetic Foot Ulcers (DFUs) are responsible for more hospitalizations than any other complication of diabetes. At least $40 billion dollars in direct costs annually worldwide. About $17.5B in the U.S. alone.
Motus is compliant to the IWGDF guidelines and was the most referenced product in the latest offloading clinical gold standard guidelines.
However… Subjects with diabetic foot ulcerations wear their offloading devices just 28% of their daily steps.
- There is strong evidence that uncomplicated plantar ulcers can be healed in 8 to 12 weeks.
- Yet current “standard of care” in US clinical trials have a 76% treatment failure rate at 12 weeks.
A smarter solution
Motus Smart: The world’s first smart diabetic footwear. The intelligent Cam Boot monitors patient’s rehabilitation compliance to the clinician’s prescribed stabilization and mechanical offloading protocol.
Coaching: Easy to use application provides users with real-time feedback on adherence and compliance to physicians orders.
Clinical Dashboard: Clinical dashboard provides adherence and compliance information. It also tracks the time the clinician spends on each patient per month to facilitate remote patient monitoring billing.
Motus Smart powered by Sensoria
- Breathable, washable upper, rigid sole for level placement of insert kits.
- Range of customizable modular layers.
- Web connected pressure sensing insole to ensure proper mechanical offloading.
- Easy adjustable straps. Fully rocking polyurethane sole.
- Can be made into a non-removable system.
- Web connected sensors to inform patient and care giver of activity and offloading adherence.
- Reimbursable by Medicare and additional funds available to the physician for remote patient monitoring.
- Used for BOTH stabilization and offloading.
- Insole is customized to offload the pressure from the ulcer.
- Three different foam density layers can be combined to create the perfect fit.
- Holes can be cut into the bottom layers of foam to further reduce the pressure.
- Sensoria’s incredibly thin smart insole can be placed in the boot to ensure a perfect fit.
- The Motus Smart App coaches patients on their compliance.
- Tracks activities like steps, minutes active, minutes resting and how long the boot is off.
- The app communicates directly with the physician’s system providing them real-time updates on the patient.
The Motus Smart Powered by Sensoria offers RPM opportunities to physicians. The boot continuously monitors patient compliance. Sending patients and physicians valuable data that will help guide and alter treatment plans. The Sensoria Dashboard calculates the amount of time the physician is monitoring the patient to determine if they can be reimbursed for remote patient monitoring. Physicians are now able to bill Medicare for these services.
Frequently Asked Questions
Initially, yes, the patient can remove the boot; however, this should ONLY be done while sleeping or taking a shower. If the patient is not adherent to these guidelines, the physician can make the boot irremovable.
S (34-36), M (37-39), L (40-42), XL (43-45), XXL (46-48)
Yes, it is covered by L-Code 4386
The boot and monthly service is sold separately. Diabetic foot ulcers vary in recovery time, so you pay as you go, that way you don’t pay for something that you don’t need.
Yes, using the remote patient monitoring CPT codes, 99453. 99454, 99457 and 99458 the monthly service fees are covered and the physician is reimbursed for reviewing the data.
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