Lovell Government Services and ROMTech, creator of the PortableConnect At-Home Rehab System, have partnered to serve federal healthcare systems such as the Veterans Health Administration (VHA), the Military Health System (MHS), and the Indian Health Service (IHS). Lovell Government Services will serve as ROMTech’s Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) vendor to serve these customers through federal contracting systems. 

ROMTech PortableConnect

The PortableConnect is designed to enable gentle, therapeutic movement within a comfortable range of motion. Light, easy, and frequent sessions make it easier for the body to heal and recover. The result: patients recover and return to their activities of daily living more quickly, with less pain and drugs, and with better mobility. 

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Once prescribed, a ROMTech field specialist will deliver the device to the patient’s home, customize the device to their needs, and show them how to use it. Treatment plans typically last 3-6 weeks, with 3-5 home therapy sessions per day. 

The PortableConnect automatically walks patients through all aspects of recovery, measures range of motion, tracks key health metrics, and shares that data with their doctor so their clinical team always knows how they are doing. Its telemedicine capabilities help keep the patients and doctor connected throughout the entire recovery journey. 

Now Available Through Lovell

As ROMTech’s SDVOSB Vendor, Lovell is bringing this product to federal healthcare providers. ROMTech is now live on the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) and GSA Advantage. According to the companies, listing products on contract vehicles with Lovell streamlines the acquisition process while helping government agencies meet their SDVOSB procurement goals. 

“Recovery from an orthopedic surgery can be daunting and isolating. We really believe in the value of ROMTech’s PortableConnect technology as a way to keep the patient active throughout their recovery and connected to his or her care team. This is particularly important for the Veteran community, who are more likely to require major surgeries like knee replacements as a result of injuries sustained during their service. Lovell is thrilled to add this product to our portfolio,” says Chris Lovell, Major, USMC (Ret.), CEO of Lovell Government Services. 

Adds Steve Siegel, president of ROMTech, “We know we have the perfect product when we get nothing but 100% positive patient feedback. Even then, we won’t stop innovating and working closely with patients to continue seeking out ways to refine our services even more.”

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