RecoveryOne‘s virtual physical therapy solution targeting musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions and injuries is now available for Cigna’s employer clients with fewer than 500 employees, the company announces in a media release.

The MSK Solution aims to make it easier for customers to access physical therapy evaluations, personalized recovery plans and personal behavior support coaching to maximize engagement.

Cigna is reportedly the first health plan to pilot and rollout the use of RecoveryOne as a consumer tool. Further, this represents reportedly the first virtual MSK-related program offered by any US health plan as a standard solution that is designed to improve the cost and quality of care at scale, according to the release.

“Cigna customers want access to quality care, when and where they need it – and that is what the RecoveryOne virtual physical therapy solution offers. At Cigna, we are committed to pursuing innovative opportunities like this one with RecoveryOne MSK that helps us deliver on our mission to deliver more affordable, predictable and simple health care to those we serve.”      

— Bruce Grimm, Senior Vice President, Cigna, who leads the company’s small and mid-size book of business

“RecoveryOne envisions a future where no one’s health or life is compromised by treatable MSK pain. For every person we touch, our human-centered, technology-enabled approach makes best-in-class care delivery more accessible, affordable, and consistently successful from head to toe.”

— Mark Luck Olson, CEO of RecoveryOne

[Source(s): RecoveryOne, PR Newswire]

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