62% lower medical and pharmacy spend, validated with client claims data 3-5x ROI in Year 1
Kiio Program Dramatically Cut Medical Spending; Reduced Utilization of Emergency and Urgent Care, Unnecessary Treatments and Diagnostics; and Decreased Fills for Opioid and Benzodiazepine Prescriptions
Members can now use Kiio’s on-demand, virtual musculoskeletal care to take charge and find relief from back, neck, knee and hip pain.
Kiio stays on the frontline of industry standards to ensure your data is safe and secure.
Among the large, claims-based study’s findings was a dramatic 62% lower medical spend, 89% lower opioid use, and 51% lower use of antidepressants for Kiio participants.
WPS offers Kiio’s digital musculoskeletal (MSK) care to employees and employer groups to reduce pain and its associated costs
To do more to serve its Medicaid and Marketplace health plan members during COVID, Children’s Community Health Plan (CCHP) partnered with Kiio to expand outreach efforts, tripled enrollment in its digital musculoskeletal (MSK) program, and had significant impact on improving member health while minimizing the need for emergency room and other in-facility visits.
Sean Kirby of Wisconsin Health News featured Kiio CEO Lydia Zeller in a recent article that covers topics ranging from the rise of digital health in a post-Covid19 world, to efforts to achieve gender parity in healthcare. For the full story, visit Wisconsin Health News and consider subscribing to their insights on regional healthcare trends.
A mobile application developed by a small startup company in Madison has shown strong results in treating one of the most common and costly medical conditions: lower back pain.
Kiio is a digital therapeutics company focused on changing the paradigm for musculoskeletal care. Evidence-based, personalized and consumer-centric, Kiio for Low Back Pain significantly reduces pain, opioid use, and medical costs, leading to improved quality of life for the individual and decreased costs for the health plan and employer. Kiio’s app-based program helps people to get back to their regular activities by combining evidence-based medicine, artificial intelligence, and interactive digital coaching to deliver appropriate care on your mobile device.
Today, Kiio and Quartz Health Solutions unveiled the results of a one-year study to evaluate the impact of Kiio’s digital program on the challenges presented by low back pain. Quartz offered Kiio, customized and white-labeled to Quartz as MobileBack℠, to plan members with a history of low back pain and living near Madison, Wisconsin.
Plan members who took to the platform reduced their medical expenses and filled fewer prescriptions, while outcomes remained similar or become worse for those who did not engage.
Often times when patients are going through physical therapy, they are simply given pieces of paper with a list of activities to do at home. Fortunately, Madison, Wisconsin-based Kiio has improved this process by developing a technology platform that changes the way care is provided to patients. Kiio says that it empowers healthcare payers and providers to improve outcomes, reduce costs and increase revenue.
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