Helping To Prevent Dementia

Although research is limited in this area, a 2003 study published in Archives of Neurology showed that three quarters of those with Parkinson’s disease will likely develop dementia within 8 years of diagnosis. Symptoms of dementia include memory loss, disorientation, difficulty with language and inability to recognize people among others.

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Beneufit Announces the First Outcome-based Guarantee for a Parkinson’s Disease Digital Health Application

Beneufit, Inc., a digital health company whose pdFIT™ service combines physical exercise with biofeedback in an effort to improve the physical symptoms of Parkinson's disease, announces their "Improvement, Guaranteed" program. This first-of-a-kind guarantee correlates compliance with their service with an improvement in users’ finger tapping test (circeTap™) scores. Subscribers who use pdFIT™ as recommended by Beneufit and do not improve their circleTap scores within 6 months will receive the service free of charge.

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Movement Disorder specialist Dr. Jerome Lisk joins Beneufit’s advisory board to assist in the development of medical management tools to help physicians optimize treatment plans for Parkinson’s disease patients

Dr. Jerome Lisk, Director of Movement Disorders at the CHRISTUS® Trinity Mother Frances Health System joins Digital Health company Beneufit’s advisory board to assist in the development of medical management tools to help physicians optimize treatment plans for Parkinson’s disease patients.

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Improving Parkinson’s Disease Outcomes with Mobile Software and Wearables Therapy

Beneufit's World Parkinson Congress 2016 (WPC 2016) poster illustrates the protocols and insights gleaned from over two years worth of experiences and data from it's pdFIT product.

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Former Michael J. Fox Foundation Data Science Executive Ken Kubota Joins Digital Health Company Beneufit’s Advisory Board

Beneufit, Inc, a digital health company that combines disease-specific software with mobile devices and data analytics to improve patient outcomes announced that Ken Kubota, former Director of Data Science for the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF) has joined Beneufit’s advisory board to provide strategic guidance on measuring Parkinson's disease symptoms with mobile devices and sensors.

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Beneufit and MIO Global Partner to Provide Highly Accurate Wearable Technology to Chronic Disease Populations

Digital health company Beneufit and MIO Global announce a partnership providing accurate, comfortable and convenient wearable sensor technology to Parkinson’s disease patients.

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Australian Everest Base Camp Trekkers Track Parkinsons Disease Symptoms In Nepal

Parkinson's disease trekkers successfully track motor symptoms from their Everest Base Camp trek. Beneufit's app logs the time, test scores and location along the way.

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Pair of Australian Parkinson's disease patients trekking to the Everest Base Camp

They are bringing various tracking devices including Beneufit's pdFIT™ app to track symptoms along the way. The Beneufit team modified the app for their use so they could collect test results along the way in less than ideal conditions.

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NBC affiliate KNDO/KNDU piece on Beneufit's partnership with Tri-City Court Club and Pedaling for Parkinson's

This innovative partnership supports the work of Kennewick, WA's TriCity Court Club by providing the technology supporting their community health efforts.

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Beneufit and Tri-City Court Club (TCCC) Team Up to Support Pedaling for Parkinson's (PFP)

Beneufit and Tri-City Court Club (TCCC) team up to support Pedaling for Parkinson's (PFP). To celebrate Beneufit is giving away it's Parkinson's Disease fighting app pdFIT™ free for one week.

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Beneufit's Parkinson’s Disease Pilot Study demonstrates its product, pdFIT,™ increases manual dexterity and fitness capacity in subjects with Parkinson’s disease.

During the 12-week study period subjects increased their fitness capacity as measured by Beneufit’s fitFactor™ score by 38% and manual dexterity as measured by their circleTap™ score by 25%.

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