Leverage our Anonymized J-Score™ Data to Produce Greater Results for your Medical Products
It’s taken us some time to get here, but MyMedicalHub™ now has nearly 20 million musculoskeletal healthcare datapoints that you can leverage to produce greater results for your medical products and services in the $1+ trillion1 MSH marketplace.
What began as an insightful observation over 10 years ago has since been transformed into a peer-reviewed, cloud-based platform that produces a 96% accuracy in predicting joint-injury risks per patient by body region and on a total body basis.
Along the way, we’ve worked with professionals from the MAYO Clinic, Johns Hopkins, Stanford and Georgetown University and have been published in the Journal of Medicine2 and accepted into the WCO-IOF-ESCEO World Congress on Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases.
From these efforts we’ve now launched our J-Score™ Platform— a simple-to-use and easy-to-understand yet peer-reviewed scoring system that quickly identifies current and potential MSH risk factors.
In many ways a J-Score™ is similar in concept to a Cholesterol Score or a Blood Sugar Score in that it provides an easy-to-remember number from 100—399 to identify an individual’s risk for suffering a joint injury. In advance.
And each J-Score™ is securely tied to one’s
- Personal Health History,
- Family Health History,
- Daily Activities,
- Body Type, and
- Range of Motion/Pain Level (if any).
In roughly 5—10 minutes anyone can finish a J-Score™ Quick Screen to provide an initial joint injury risk evaluation that does not require sharing private health information.
In contrast, the more comprehensive J-Score™ Full Assessment takes ~15—20 minutes to complete, but delivers sufficient information to healthcare providers to help them make a quick and accurate diagnosis and recommend a treatment plan (if warranted).
Our J-Score Platform offers an excellent opportunity for anonymized, Data Lake (aka, Big Data) integration with Medical Device, Pharmaceutical, and/or Treatment Protocol data that target joint health and degenerative musculoskeletal diseases.
In the meantime, we invite you to get your own free, personal J-Scorebefore contacting us so you can begin to discover for yourself the implications of such potential data integration withMyMedicalHub and the J-Score Platform.
After that, we’d love to talk.
1 — Source: Annual MSH costs of $980 billion in 2014 (U.S.) via http://www.boneandjointburden.org/fourth-edition/if1/direct-costs Based upon a 2% growth rate, MyMedicalHub estimates MSH costs of over $1.06 trillion in 2018.
2 — Journal of Medicine, “The Quantification and Tracking of Osteoarthritis,” March/April 2009.