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Talk Rehab with Bill Noelting S2 Ep8

By Terrence Ho | 8 June 2021

Our CEO and Co-Founder, Dr. Pooja Viswanathan was recently on the Talk Rehab Podcast with Bill Noelting where she shared her journey of building ‘smart’ wheelchair technology, the value of user feedback, and how that influences product development. They also chat about the Braze system and how similar innovations are great for the complex rehab technology industry.…

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ATP Spotlight: Antoinette Brokopp

By Terrence Ho | 12 April 2021

What’s your name, the company you represent and where are you located? Antoinette Brokopp OTR/L, ATP. I work for Reliable Medical Supply. Our local office is in Fort Thomas Kentucky. I work from my home office between Cincinnati and Dayton, OH. How long have you been an ATP? I became an ATP in 2018. What…

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Seasoned CRT executive joins Braze Mobility as Vice President of Business Development to grow sales and partnerships

By Braze Mobility | 31 March 2021

TORONTO, ON – March 31, 2021 – The team at Braze Mobility, a company that’s created the world’s first blind spot sensors that can be added to any wheelchair transforming it into a ‘smart wheelchair’, is excited to announce that Allan Boyd, a seasoned Complex Rehab Technology (CRT) industry leader, is joining as Vice President…

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Hot off the Press: My New Book Chapters on Commercializing Innovations

By Pooja Viswanathan | 15 March 2021

I recently received a physical copy of “Knowledge, Innovation, and Impact: A Guide for the Engaged Health Researcher”, co-edited by my co-founder Dr. Alex Mihailidis and featuring two book chapters that I had the privilege of authoring. Writing these chapters was a fairly unique, challenging, and fun experience as compared to others that were a…

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