“We’re excited for our members to be able to start taking advantage of AllyHealth so they can have 24/7/365 access to doctors. They’ll be able to take care of their medical concerns, wherever they are.”
PHILADELPHIA (PRWEB) October 31, 2018
Today, The Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association announced an exclusive partnership with industry-leading telehealth provider, AllyHealth. AllyHealth is a Philadelphia-based company specializing in telehealth and employee wellness communications.
Together, AllyHealth and PMTA aim to provide better, more accessible, and more convenient healthcare options for PMTA members.
“The Healthcare system today doesn’t accommodate the schedule of truck drivers. It’s difficult to find a doctor who accepts walk-ins. As an alternative, many truck drivers opt to go untreated. Our members have been asking for a healthcare option, and this is it.” Noted Tim Hoffman, Director of Membership for PMTA “We’re excited for our members to be able to start taking advantage of AllyHealth so they can have 24/7/365 access to doctors. They’ll be able to take care of their medical concerns, wherever they are.”
“Our partnership with PMTA is exciting because we know how important access to a doctor is to this group. We know this will provide relief to truck driver’s and their families.” Said Ron Douglass, Co-founder and Chief Executive Offer of AllyHealth. “Our partnership will further strengthen PMTA’s commitment to making sure their groups have competitive benefits that keep their members happier and healthier.”
PMTA Members have access to an exclusive AllyHealth Special. Members can learn more and get started by visiting http://www.allyhealth.net/pmta
AllyHealth is the most comprehensive telehealth service built for employers. AllyHealth’s mobile app and proprietary engagement system drive industry-leading utilization and give employers the ability to communicate with their employees about what matters most. AllyHealth’s virtual care platform encourages employees to be more proactive about their health and wellness by giving them a single point of access to the right professionals on their schedule and on their terms. To get started or to learn more visit http://www.allyhealth.net, call (888) 565-3303 or follow AllyHealth on twitter @AllyHealth
The Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association was organized in 1928 to promote the common business interests of persons engaged in the motor transportation industry and is dedicated to effectively representing the concerns of the trucking industry to members, government and regulatory agencies and the general public. We are a member driven association who is committed to serving those in our industry, both large and small.