QLI was featured, along with the University of Nebraska Medical Center, in a recent Omaha Magazine article on cutting-edge artificial intelligence in health care with a focus on AI and robotics that enhance clinical rehabilitation. QLI’s Coordinator of Physical and Occupational Therapy, Megan Potter, and Chief Technology Officer, Scott Meyers, were quoted in the article.

Some of the technologies highlighted in the article include the Eksobionics exoskeleton, Hocoma’s Armeo-Spring system, and functional electrical stimulation (FES). The article also mentions the “smart” apartments currently under construction on QLI’s campus.



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