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Smart Evaluation App

A mobile based app for clinicians, ATPs and SmartDrive users developed to improve safety, connectivity, training, and evaluations efforts for SmartDrive devices anywhere

 

Download the Smart Evaluation app for access to enhanced chair performance and usage information.

  • Permobil SEA Training
    SmartDrive Training

    Powering SmartDrive
    Powering PushTracker
    Tap Gesture
    Starting & Setting Speed
    Steering
    Turning
    Stopping

  • Permobile Device Overview to Smart Drive
    Connectivity

    Pair & Connect a PushTracker to the SmartDrive
    Instructions and visuals to seamlessly pair and connect your PushTracker Watch to the SmartDrive

    Pair & Connect a PushTracker to the App
    Instructions and visuals to seamlessly pair and connect your PushTracker Watch to the Smart Evaluation App

  • Permobil Perform an Evaluation
    Evaluations & Trials

    Questionnaire
    SmartDrive Training
    SmartDrive trial
    View past evals

  • A device control
    PushTracker Settings

    PushTrack settings allows you to adjust max speed, acceleration, and tap sensitivity. Easily select your control modes (e.g. MX2+ or MX2), as well as turn on the EZ-On function if you have decreased hand or finger strength.

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    Firmware Updates

    Effortlessly keep your PushTracker and SmartDrive up to date with the Smart Evaluation app. Push notifications will alert you when updates are needed and can quickly be applied at the touch of a button.

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The right chair can make all the difference — in your life, in your independence, and in your long-term health. See how we’re using the latest medical research to deliver information that moves everyone in our industry forward.

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Wheelchair Prescriptions with Short Rehab Stays

Getting the appropriate wheelchair when patients are discharged so early is a common challenge these days with rehab stays getting shorter and shorter. The average inpatient rehab stays are now 7-10 days, with patients going home to receive Home Health services. Considering that an ultra-lightweight manual wheelchair can take weeks or months to get due to the process that is required, how can you ensure that your patients get the appropriate wheelchair?
First, when you do your initial evaluation be thinking about whether your client may need a wheelchair when going home. If the answer is yes, treat your evaluation as if they are going to need a K0005 wheelchair, even if they initially go home in a lower end manual wheelchair for a short period of time. K0005 documentation should be more than sufficient to cover a lower coded chair so there is no real duplication of process.

Important Facts

Applications for ActiveReach™ & ActiveHeight™

ActiveHeight™ and ActiveReach™ is the dynamic combination of power seat elevation and anterior tilt function now available to power wheelchair users who rely on power seat functions to improve their health, function and participation in everyday life. The combination of ActiveHeight™ and ActiveReach™ allows the wheelchair user to perform tasks in a more ergonomically correct way, similar to how a non-wheelchair user would do. For example:

Alternative Funding for Standing

Not everyone has the luxury of having a funding source that pays for a power standing feature on a power wheelchair. If you are fortunate enough to have a funding source that covers standing, you are in the vast minority but good for you! Most payors follow Medicare’s guidelines to some extent which generally means they consider standing to be statutorily non-covered. This doesn’t mean you can’t get a standing system, but it does mean you will have to work a little harder to get it covered. Some insurance companies will make exceptions when the clinical documentation for standing is compelling enough. However, more times than not, you will need to explore alternative funding methods to get your stander.

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