FISHERS, Ind. – Mayo Clinic is collaborating with medical device company Recovery Force to develop wearable digital health garments. The Recovery Force platform embeds shape-changing fibers into garments and footwear to create lightweight wearable active compressions, providing users with improved circulation and the mobility necessary for a quicker recovery. The collaboration provides Mayo Clinic access to Recovery Force’s intellectual property, while providing Recovery Force with access to Mayo Clinic’s research, development and organizational resources. The two organizations will work together on developing future products, integrating the company’s technology to optimize clinical workflow and developing best practices for improved patient outcomes. “We are excited about the opportunity to collaborate with the progressive thinking team at Mayo Clinic on the development, assessment, and validation of our technology,” said Matthew Wyatt, founder and CEO of Recovery Force, in a statement.
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