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Employer Benefits

  • ROI Wellness Program Reporting via our patent-pending technology
  • Healthier employees through early interventions
  • Pre-employment screens
  • Reduces Absenteeism
  • Improves Presenteeism
  • Lowers the cost of Worker’s comp
  • Return to work screens
  • Proactive injury prevention


MyMedicalHub’s J-Score™ — a disruptive, mass market tool that identifies Injury risks in advance to deliver significant cost-savings & efficiency while also proactively improving employee health.

Musculoskeletal Expenses Greatly Impact

An Employer’s Bottom Line 

Musculoskeletal Healthcare (MSH): The massive market few recognize

MSH Costs

MSH Costs

MSH Costs

MSH Costs

MSH Costs

Big Problems

Musculoskeletal Health (MSH)

The Massive Impact of Musculoskeletal Healthcare
Injury costs exceed $1 Trillion1 annually (U.S.), driven by over 18MM MSH injuries/year, leading to 216MM lost work days annually (not including addiction treatment costs for Opioids or other pain medicines).

Delays in identifying MSK issues
Most people do not realize they have an injury until they feel pain; and once they experience pain, prevention is no longer an option. Delays in identifying MSK issues produce more severe and/or ongoing degenerative problems.

No standardized approach to Injury prediction
Unfortunately, most Joint Injuries have multiple causes, including personal health history, family health history, daily activities, body structure, ability to move, etc. Hence, predicting MSK risks has been nearly impossible. Until today.

Our Solutions

The J-Score™ Platform: An online MSH Assessment System

How Its Works

Patients complete an online 5-10-minute J-Score™ Quick Screenor
a 15-20-minute J-Score™ Full Assessment from work, home or office

Employer Reporting


Results of Employee Population’s J-Score™

The scores from the on-line session and the range of motion session are combined for a total score. Based upon the total score, individuals are grouped into one of three categories:

1.High Risk-Based upon our historical results, 34% of all individuals screened fall into this category.  These people are suffering significant pain and/or at high risk for developing other symptoms.

2.Medium Risk44% of those screened  are trending toward the high-risk category.  While not suffering the level of pain of those in the high-risk category, it’s important that they began taking steps to avoid the high-risk designation.

3.Low Risk=22% of those screened fall into the low risk category.  While not in immediate danger, it’s important for them to begin a program that will strengthen their core.