Mutual of Omaha Engages Kaia Health to Increase Access to Musculoskeletal Care for the Senior Population

Kaia Health includes biometric assessments which allow you to track your progress, and allow care professionals to give you additional help and feedback.
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Kaia Health, today announced its engagement with Mutual of Omaha and its affiliated companies to provide its policyholders access to a clinically-validated digital therapy program for pain management, beginning with a pilot on select companies in Indiana and Colorado throughout 2023. This is the first digital MSK health tool that Mutual of Omaha is launching with its Medicare Supplement insurance population.

As a company owned by its policyholders, Mutual of Omaha is continuously seeking to understand and meet customer needs. MSK issues are a top priority, which is just one reason the company is leveraging technology tools that can solve critical needs for its policyholders and improve access to care.

“We are thrilled to work with Kaia Health and bring an innovative solution to support our policyholders in living healthier, pain-free lives,’ said Dr. Manoj Pawar, chief medical officer at Mutual of Omaha. ‘With over half of our population experiencing a MSK condition and difficulty accessing quality care, Kaia is addressing a critical need for us with its clinically-validated digital therapy program that can be used from anywhere.”

Mutual of Omaha Engages Kaia Health to Increase Access to Musculoskeletal Care for the Senior Population
Kaia Health can be practiced anywhere, any time and its digital assistant, Motion Coach, gives you real time feedback to help you perform exercises correctly.

There are over 56M people in the US over the age of 65 (growing to 71M by 2030), many of whom are embracing digital solutions to meet their healthcare needs. Kaia’s app and care team have been developed to address the specific needs of seniors who are experiencing chronic and/or acute MSK pain conditions.

Kaia’s unique physical therapy-inspired program offers seniors personalized and self-directed care anytime, anywhere through a digital app and care team. With just the camera on the phone, Kaia’s advanced motion analysis technology provides real-time corrective feedback on body movements. Kaia’s program addresses both physical and psychological aspects of pain through its exercises, relaxation modules, and educational content. Seniors also have 1:1 support from licensed health coaches and board-certified physical therapists, which is critical to help them get started and use the app effectively.

“It’s an honor to partner with a world-class organization like Mutual of Omaha to expand access to MSK care,” said Nigel Ohrenstein, president of Kaia Health. “Together, we’re bringing an innovative solution to address a critical need for the senior population – driving access to high-quality, timely, and affordable care in their moment of need.”

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