HR’s secret weapon in helping employees with musculoskeletal problems: using data to personalize care

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Date & Time: Thursday, June 30, 2022 2:00 pm ET


Neil Sharma, EVP of Strategy and Partnerships, SWORD Health

Ashley Bass, Doctor of Physical Therapy, SWORD Health

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Want to deliver exceptional benefits to your employees, help them feel better and improve your organization’s bottom line? Join Neil Sharma, EVP of Strategy and Partnerships, and SWORD Health in a webinar to find out how.

Musculoskeletal conditions—including pain in the hips, knees, and lower back—are wreaking havoc on many employees, but organizations who address the problem end up with workers who feel better and are more engaged. By using monitored biofeedback via sensors or computer-vision technology, experts can tailor musculoskeletal (MSK) treatment to each individual—making a huge difference in your employees’ health.

During this webinar, you’ll learn how this kind of truly clinical, non-invasive care can provide benefits for your employees and for whole organizations. Your employees can not only find lasting relief, but improve overall wellbeing, their mental health, work productivity, relationships, and more. While learning the whys and hows of individually-tailored musculoskeletal care, attendees will discover how specialized treatment—for instance women’s health— can save organizations money and avoid headaches. By leveraging the insights of accurate patient exercise biofeedback, licensed professionals are key to improving adherence — which leads to better outcomes and further improves ROI.

This webinar is for benefits and HR leaders, consultants, health plans, and medical providers, to help you best serve your organization – and the people in it.

Attendees will walk away learning:

  • How to estimate the impact of implementing an MSK solution in their organization, including the hidden costs that don’t show up on claims data
  • Why active, ongoing personalization is crucial for adherence and results
  • How to evaluate good clinical claims from dubious ones
  • Why certain conditions call for specialized care — and what you’re probably missing

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