In the past, insurance companies added orthopedic surgeries to their fully insured plans not because they are the most effective method to heal the cause of pain but because the surgery was the prevailing medical treatment for the condition or symptom regardless of effectiveness. Insurance carriers now know that well over half of these covered orthopedic surgeries are proven ineffective in Randomized Control Trials (see statistics that nearly 60% of orthopedic surgeries are ineffective).
Regenexx procedures can successfully intervene on 70% of the orthopedic surgeries your employees are having under your current coverage with equal to or better outcomes.
The role of medicine is to make the lives of Americans better, safer, and more prosperous. As business owners, it is our responsibility to do the very best we can in the interest of our employees. Now that we know better, we must do better.
As of January 15… We have reduced our corporate partners’ orthopedic costs by up to 70%* at an overall savings of over $6.1 MILLION dollars with an average patient improvement at 6 months of 80%.
Watch this video to see how Frank progressed through his Regenexx procedure to complete the Boston Marathon in less than 6 months after his knee procedure.
Promoting Your Employee’s Well-Being through the Nations Leader in Regenerative Medicine
Updates and Findings From Regenexx®
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- Why A Bone Marrow Stem Cell Procedure Should Keep More of the Good Stuff Around
- Surgery to Remove Cartilage in the Knee: Not Effective
- Dramatic Improvement in Severely Degenerated Cervical Joint Without Surgery
- Why Interventional Orthopedics is the Disruptive Tech We All Need
We look forward to showing you how our corporate program helps companies just like yours save money while contributing to employee well-being and orthopedic health.
* This data was calculated based on the gross savings realized from substituting percutaneous orthobiologic procedures for invasive, elective orthopedic surgeries within our pilot program in Des Moines, IA. Now that we have more data from more clients, we will update our cost savings on a quarterly basis using a sampling methodology, later this year we will be introducing an actuarial based process.