Trainer Rx and One Call Care Management announce the creation of a pilot program focusing on helping to improve employees’ recovery time from injuries or surgery using a home-based platform.

“As a physical therapist dedicated to injured worker rehabilitation, I have found that individuals who fully participate in their home exercise program achieve better outcomes than those who do not,” says Michelle Despres, vice president and national product leader of One Call Care Management, in a media release.

“Both One Call and Trainer Rx seek to provide innovative and technology driven tools to support injured workers and physical therapists while driving quality evidence-based care.”

Trainer Rx is a HIPAA-compliant web app that provides solutions for healthcare providers who treat musculoskeletal injury, according to the Trainer Rx website.

“Anyone who suffers from a debilitating injury deserves positive outcomes,” states Michael Oberlander, MD, CMO and co-founder of Trainer Rx, in the release.

“Treating injured workers can be a complex process. Our partnership with One Call allows patients unlimited access to Trainer Rx’s research-developed pathways that take them from injury to full recovery. With Trainer Rx, there is a much greater likelihood that patients will stick with the rehabilitation program and achieve better results.”

The pilot program announcement was made recently at the Workers Compensation Meeting in Las Vegas.

[Source(s): Trainer Rx, PRWeb]