Care providers at Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute knew there had to be a way they could be more proactive with patients.

The Minneapolis-based rehabilitation institute, now part of the 13-hospital, 61-clinic Allina Health system, annually treats more than 95,000 people trying to regain functionality after suffering strokes, spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries, as well as other short and long-term disabilities. But too often, the institute found itself without the information it needed to take the initiative and connect with patients.

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