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Musculoskeletal related costs represent approximately 20% of all healthcare spending in the US. When compared to other healthcare conditions, musculoskeletal training consistently lags behind, beginning at the medical school level. The lack of knowledge and training in the assessment of musculoskeletal conditions leads to a wide-range of diagnoses and inconsistent, often  ineffective treatment options.  Over the last ten years, these inconsistencies have contributed to the large increases in unnecessary invasive procedures and diagnostics, such as MRIs, injections, surgeries, and opioid prescriptions.

 

Using analyses of patient outcomes over the past two decades, IMC has developed a comprehensive approach to musculoskeletal care to: (1) create appropriate triage protocols, (2) establish an effective conservative care process that decreases utilization of high-cost procedures and (3) provide quality-assurance around each step of the process to ensure improved economic, clinical, and humanistic outcomes.

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Additional Resources

Watch IMC's CEO Chad Gray speak on current issues facing the health industry and IMC's response to them at the World Health Congress.

Members of our team are frequently featured on The Mechanical Care Forum. Check out our CCO, Mark Miller, discuss our triage training in Episode 133

Click HERE for access to IMC's training platform, Litmos.

JointStrong®

Click to go to JointStrong®'s website.

 

Here, you can download the JointStrong® mobile app for either your Android or iOS device.

 

You can also learn more about JointStrong®, a musculoskeletal prevention and wellness program created by IMC.

Integrated Musculoskeletal Care

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Tel: 850.656.3083    Email: info@imcpt.com

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Musculoskeletal related costs represent approximately 20% of all healthcare spending in the US. When compared to other healthcare conditions, musculoskeletal training consistently lags behind, beginning at the medical school level. The lack of knowledge and training in the assessment of musculoskeletal conditions leads to a wide-range of diagnoses and inconsistent, often  ineffective treatment options.  Over the last ten years, these inconsistencies have contributed to the large increases in unnecessary invasive procedures and diagnostics, such as MRIs, injections, surgeries, and opioid prescriptions.

 

Using analyses of patient outcomes over the past two decades, IMC has developed a comprehensive approach to musculoskeletal care to: (1) create appropriate triage protocols, (2) establish an effective conservative care process that decreases utilization of high-cost procedures and (3) provide quality-assurance around each step of the process to ensure improved economic, clinical, and humanistic outcomes.

Musculoskeletal related costs represent approximately 20% of all healthcare spending in the US. When compared to other healthcare conditions, musculoskeletal training consistently lags behind, beginning at the medical school level. The lack of knowledge and training in the assessment of musculoskeletal conditions leads to a wide-range of diagnoses and inconsistent, often  ineffective treatment options.  Over the last ten years, these inconsistencies have contributed to the large increases in unnecessary invasive procedures and diagnostics, such as MRIs, injections, surgeries, and opioid prescriptions.

 

Using analyses of patient outcomes over the past two decades, IMC has developed a comprehensive approach to musculoskeletal care to: (1) create appropriate triage protocols, (2) establish an effective conservative care process that decreases utilization of high-cost procedures and (3) provide quality-assurance around each step of the process to ensure improved economic, clinical, and humanistic outcomes.