Tech and Value in Musculoskeletal Care Summit 2015

Rothman Institute

Musculoskeletal issues contribute to a very significant proportion of total employer healthcare costs in the USA. Currently, one in two adults report a chronic musculoskeletal condition, which is twice the rate of chronic circulatory or respiratory conditions.

Over the past five years, much has been promised by technology entering the healthcare market. But how, specifically, is tech helping to deliver high-quality, low-cost musculoskeletal care? What returns do employers want from technology? What is working right here, right now?

The Summit will highlight how Benefits Directors can lower their healthcare costs and, in turn, enable their CEO’s to see an increase in their stock prices.

Date: Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Register here


Forbes interview with Todd Albert of the Rothman Institute


Listen as Forbes correspondent Bruce Jaspen speaks to Rothman Institute President Dr. Todd Albert as part of the Forbes Healthcare Summit 2013. Mr. Jansen and Dr. Albert discuss the relevance and importance of high-quality health care, lower costs and transparency of care and data in today’s health care marketplace, and how these factors led to the evolution of NOSA.