Has 2020 given you webinar fatigue? The seemingly endless run of virtual events and webinars would certainly justify it. And while moving everything to the digital world has its challenges, society is embracing technology and making the most of the situation. Healthcare is no exception. With the expanded use of technology, healthcare has been reminded of the importance of being able to communicate with each other quickly, efficiently, and easily.
Please join us on Wednesday, October 28th at 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET to hear the story of what it feels like to be a patient, provider, pharmacist, and payer in a world where interoperability is a reality.
Our sponsor Surescripts will be joined by four healthcare stakeholders who will share their take on the difference interoperability makes on the experience of a patient, provider, pharmacist, and payer. The panelists will examine how sharing information across stakeholders can reduce administrative burden and improve member experience.*:
Dr. Natalie Pinter
Keisha Wright, RPh
Patient with Rheumatoid Arthritis & Hypertension
Pharmacist, Specialty Pharmacy
Vice President of Pharmacy, Payer
Over the next four weeks leading up to the live webinar on October 28th, we’ll be sharing more information on how patients, providers, pharmacists, and payers all benefit from enhanced interoperability of data and systems. In the meantime, learn more about how Surescripts addresses healthcare interoperability challenges here.
* These are imaginary personas whose role in this webinar will be performed by employees of our sponsor Surescripts.
Currently, people with back and joint pain experience a fragmented approach to care. Whether it’s an acute injury, chronic pain, or surgery, members must contend with multiple providers and handoffs between those involved with providing a ‘whole person approach’ to care. From the individuals’ perspective, it feels like no one is looking at their health holistically or acting as their healthcare champion. And with many people increasingly working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic, challenges related to musculoskeletal conditions – increasing back pain and joint pain – are likely to increase.
Our September Webinar Series event was presented by Hinge Health’s CEO Dan Perez and addressed the following:
Key MSK Challenges & Trends in 2020 and Beyond
Fractured State of MSK Care
Towards Next-Generation Care
World’s Largest Digital MSK Cohort Clinical Study
This post is a recap of the webinar. Contact Hinge Healthfor access to the webinar recording
For more information on how a digital musculoskeletal clinic – covering the full continuum of care from prevention to post-surgery – can provide a one-stop-shop for health plans, employer groups, and provider organizations, reach out to Hinge Health.
Highlights from Towards Next-Generation Care: The Digital Musculoskeletal (MSK) Clinic
HCEG’s Executive Director Ferris Taylor kicked off the webinar noting how Hinge Health addresses 4 of the 2020 HCEG Top 10 list of challenges, issues, and opportunities facing healthcare leaders.
Dan shared information, statistics, and Hinge Health insight on the Gold Standard for Addressing Chronic MSK Pain: a biopsychosocial approach that addresses three key components:
How exercise therapy can help reduce chronic pain by up to 60%
How a belief in oneself often leads to lower pain levels – even 1 to 2 years after the initial intervention
How education and 3rd-party support can empower people to overcome chronic pain
Clinical Care Model Surrounding an Individual
The presentation continued with Dan sharing an overview of the clinical care model upon which Hinge Health’s care model is based. He shared a 1-minute video with webinar participants offering a real-world application of the Hinge Health solution.
The World’s Largest Digital MSK Cohort Study
Details on clinical outcomes from a study of 10,264 participants – validated by researchers at Stanford, Vanderbilt, and top consultants addressing key business questions – were shared:
4 out of 5 participants had meaningful improvement in pain reduction
More exercise therapy and coaching resulted in more pain reduction
58% Reduction in depression and anxiety scores
More than 2 out of 3 surgeries avoided in Year-1
The presentation concluded with key takeaways on how health plans, employer groups, provider organizations, and other healthcare stakeholders can help their members and patients.
Learn How Hinge Health Can Help Address Costly MSK Issues
To access the webinar recording and for more information on how a digital musculoskeletal clinic – covering the full continuum of care from prevention to post-surgery – can provide a one-stop-shop for members and health plans reach out to Hinge Health.
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Currently, health plan members with back and joint pain experience a fragmented approach to care. Whether it’s an acute injury, chronic pain, or surgery, members must contend with multiple providers and handoffs between those involved with providing a ‘whole-person approach’ to care. From the members’ perspective, it feels like no one is looking at their health holistically or acting as their healthcare champion.
Join us and other healthcare leaders for our September Webinar Series Event: Towards Next-Generation Care: The Digital Musculoskeletal (MSK) Clinic on Thursday, September 17, 2020 at 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET.
In this webinar, Hinge Health’s CEO Dan Perez will discuss how a digital musculoskeletal clinic covering the full continuum of care from prevention to post-surgery can provide a one-stop shop for members and health plans. Register todayand learn how to improve outcomes, engage your members and lower costs!
Webinar Discussion Topics
Current MSK Challenges
Fragmented Continuum of Care
The Digital MSK Clinic
Deep Dive: Chronic MSK Digital Pathway
Insights from the World’s Largest Digital MSK Cohort Clinical Study