Addison, TX – Concentra recently announced the continued expansion of Concentra Telemed and Concentra Telerehab, providing the notable benefits of virtual care to employers and their employees in Colorado, Georgia, Maine, Missouri, and Tennessee – for a total of 17 states now served – representing one-third of all U.S. states.
Concentra’s continuing investment in telemedicine solutions earn high marks from customers now using the technology and underscores the company’s efforts to continually enhance access to health care services. Concentra Telemed and Concentra Telerehab are specifically designed for workers’ compensation. The goal is to create efficiencies that not only help curb rising health care costs, but also get employees actively engaged in their recovery.
“Today’s announcement marks an important milestone as we now offer our telemedicine solutions across one-third of U.S. states,” said Ann Schnure, vice president of Concentra Telemed operations. “So far, we have announced state rollouts each month,” continued Schnure, “and the process is now accelerating as we remain committed to adding even more states and further growing the telemedicine footprint to best serve the needs of our customers.”
Concentra Telerehab is only available to injured employees via the Concentra Telemed platform. Like Concentra Telemed, it recently expanded to Colorado, Georgia, Maine, Missouri, and Tennessee – a continuation of its earlier expansion to Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Virginia.
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