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Dublin, OH, 43017
United States

Healthy Roster provides patient engagement, care coordination, telemedicine and outreach tools for Sports Medicine, Orthopedics and other medical specialties. We enable patients to communicate with providers, reducing communication gaps, phone tag, and readmissions. Use with Home Health & SNF’s to manage CJR and Cardiac bundled payments.

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Leading Athletic Training Platform for College ATs

HIPAA Compliant, Mobile Injury Documentation & Communication App

Healthy Roster is a powerful solution for college athletic trainers! Our mobile injury documentation and communication app makes taking care of college students and athletes simple and efficient. In addition to mobile documentation and secure communication, we also provide athletic trainers with custom forms, research-level reporting and health system EHR integration.

Mobile Documentation  |  Better Communication  |  Custom Forms  |  Research-Level Reporting  |  EHR Integration |  Datalys

Mobile Documentation

Healthy Roster app displaying athletes list

Healthy Roster's mobile app makes it quick and easy for AT's to add, track and edit injuries on the go.

Log and track the following with Healthy Roster:

  • Incident Reports

  • Treatments

  • Follow-up Services (Referrals)

Better Communication

Healthy Roster video call with athletic trainer

Use Healthy Roster to securely chat with everyone involved in the athlete's care - the athlete, coaches, and even primary care teams.

  • Text back and forth with athletes about their injuries and recovery progress.

  • Update coaches about their athlete’s injuries and return-to-play status.

  • Live video chat can be used to help cover more fields/games as coaches can quickly connect with you so you can triage an injury with "eyes-on" approach.

Custom Mobile Forms

Healthy Roster digital SCAT 3 and 5 form

Healthy Roster enables athletic trainers to use mobile custom forms to become more efficient on the sidelines and make it easier for athletes to fill out necessary participation forms and documentation.

Examples of Mobile Custom Forms:

  • Medical History

  • Physical

  • Sickle Cell

  • Consent to Treat

  • Assumption of Risk and Waiver of Liability

  • Secondary Insurance Letter

  • SCAT 5 concussion tests


Management Dashboard and Research-level Reporting

We provide sports medicine and orthopedic service line directors with dashboard access to real-time, system-wide injury data, in-depth user activity reporting and complete patient care history.

EHR Integration

If your college or university is part of a larger health system, Healthy Roster is the only injury documentation solution to provide you with seamless integration with the health system's main EHR (Epic, Cerner, AllScripts, NEXTGEN, AthenaHealth, and many more). No longer does sports medicine data have to reside in paper format or on an island, outside of the reach of your athlete’s physicians. 

Healthy Roster EHR Integration with Epic, Cerner, Athena Health, McKesson, Meditech, and Nextgen


The NCAA ISP is a data collection initiative designed to track and analyze medical illnesses and injuries that result from sport participation. Since 1982, athletic trainers have collaborated with the NCAA to create the largest collegiate sports injury database program in the world. Today, the NCAA Sport Science Institute partners with the Datalys Center, an independent non-profit research organization, to manage the ISP and to help inform injury prevention policies and practices in college sport. With your school’s help, the ISP can provide evidence-based knowledge to help understand associations between sport participation and illness/injury, thereby enhancing injury prevention practices, risk-management decisions, athletic health care delivery and ultimately, the quality of student-athlete care at all NCAA schools.

For more information, visit www.ncaa.org/isp

Learn More About Healthy Roster

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