Real-time injury reporting from your mobile device. Coaches can quickly document what happened, when and what was done if a player is ever injured during play. InjureFree delivers and tracks all required concussion education.
Administrators have access to real-time mobile injury reports of the entire student body and can compare injury rates between schools.
Coaches and Teachers (Staff)
Coaches and staff can enter injury reports and easily see who has return-to-play/learn clearance from any connected device.
Parents receive injury reports from the school on any connected device and can forward the reports to their own physicians.
Doctors, School Nurses and Athletic Trainers are able to create, update and edit comprehensive injury treatment reports.
Youth Sport Leagues
Club teams can enter injury reports and easily see who has return-to-play/learn clearance from any connected device.
InjureFree allows any authorized user to create an injury report. Authorized users may be coaches, athletic trainers, teachers, school nurses, and parent volunteers. Simple drop down menus enable you to document what happened to whom, when, and what was done about it. You do not have to be a trained medical professional. Medical staff users can classify/diagnose an injury in the initial report or after receiving the real-time alert and evaluation. Proper documentation is the first step in the care process.
When an injury report is entered, this specific report goes to all authorized stakeholders, such as the coach, athletic trainer, principal, school nurse, parent, and league manager. The administrator of the account sets the “permissions”, so only those who need to see the injury report will see it. In that way, we create another layer of privacy.
This injury report can then be sent to your doctor. Your doctor can log in to the system with the unique injury report code and document treatments and Return-to-Play/Learn clearance. These healthcare updates then go to all authorized recipients, so everybody knows the status of a child at the same time. In that way, InjureFree provides a connected care community. Knowing the recovery status of an injured youth may help prevent Return-To-Play/Learn prematurely and can help prevent injuries resulting from returning to activity too soon.
Concussion education is important for everyone, especially those who participate in a contact sport, including the coaches, athletes, and parents. Many states require concussion education before participating in sports, which is in the best interest of the athletes. The CDC’s HEADS UP Concussion Education program is available within InjureFree, in both English and Spanish. If a school or club requires players to complete a training module, it is easy to see who has not yet completed their required training.
Additionally, other educational materials and videos can easily be built into the system to customize the concussion education experience for your population.
After an injury, the most important thing for a child’s wellbeing is to get proper care. Our documentation platform is the best first step toward getting that care. After the initial visit with a healthcare provider, how do you know when a person can return to school or physical activity? Only healthcare providers should provide Return-to-Play/Learn clearance. And in the case of a concussion, it is the law.
InjureFree only allows healthcare providers to give Return-to-Play clearance. There are two reasons for this. The first is that it is the law for concussions. The second is that we want to remove the social pressures that occur in sports, which can result in a child being put back into a game, when their body or head is not completely healed. Most bad head injuries occur when a person returns to play too soon and sustains another impact to the head. We never want to see that happen. InjureFree helps protect people through connected and transparent communication.