Quit Genius has been named as a Trusted Partner in RightwayHub, the ecosystem partnership program recently launched by Rightway, a cutting-edge care navigation and pharmacy benefits manager (PBM) company. The Quit Genius digital-first clinic for tobacco, alcohol, or opioid addiction is one of a select group of strategic partners chosen to support and streamline access to healthcare services for Rightway members.
“Our personalized digital addiction clinic helps employers and health plans tackle the high cost of addiction while overcoming the stigma, expense, and lack of access to traditional treatment programs,” said Yusuf Sherwani, M.D., co-founder and CEO of Quit Genius.
RightwayHub includes a range of vetted partner programs that reflects a comprehensive benefits strategy across high-cost condition areas. The program includes solutions across musculoskeletal health, behavioral health, women's and family health, chronic and surgical care management, substance use disorder care, and more.
Employees will use Rightway’s centralized care navigation platform to access all partner solutions, including Quit Genius, to enable members to navigate their entire care journey from a single point of entry, optimizing employee engagement and improving health outcomes. Rightway care navigation and PBM platforms guide more than one million members to the highest quality care and optimal medication by inserting clinicians and pharmacists into the member care journey through its intuitive mobile app.
Quit Genius helps employees with substance addiction access evidence-based care wherever they are. Revolutionizing addiction treatment, Quit Genius is a personalized, comprehensive program that delivers digital addiction solutions to employers, health plans, and members. Quit Genius has helped more than 750,000 people improve their lives and quit their addictions on its mission to help 100 million people by 2030.
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