We come from the world of Personal Injury and Rehabilitation. We understand the need and that’s why we built the solution.
Key Metrix believes better rehabilitation, powered by objective data means fair outcomes for injury survivors.
Founded by Jean Taylor and based in Kitchener/Waterloo, Canada, Key Metrix was envisioned to bridge the gap between research and recovery. Led by a dynamic team with decades of hands-on experience in rehabilitation counselling and public sector health management, we saw first-hand the complexity and challenges faced by individuals with life-altering injuries and their families.
We also realized that objective data, captured through the day to day delivery of rehabilitation services, can help care teams achieve more fair and better outcomes for serious injury survivors.
Located in the Waterloo Accelerator Centre with offices located in the Gaukel Street site, Key Metrix is now positioned to bring the knowledge of the tech sector to the rehabilitation industry.
President and Founder • The Visionary
Executive Strategy Officer • The Architect
Director of Operations • The Organizer
Client Success Manager • The Customer Champion
Design Analyst • The Innovator
Data Management • The Collector
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