PMTA Partners With AllyHealth, Offers Telehealth Benefits for Association Members

by Jake Tully - Published: 10/31/2018

Earlier today, the Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association announced that it will utilize AllyHealth as its Exclusive Partner for association members, offering telehealth and wellness communications.

According to the Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association (PMTA), it plans to use AllyHealth to better accommodate drivers and offer healthcare solutions that work around their careers and lifestyles.

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“The Healthcare system today doesn’t accommodate the schedule of truck drivers,” said Tim Hoffman, Director of Membership for PMTA. “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. 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.”

Sources at AllyHeath report that partnering with the PMTA will allow the provider to offer competitive benefits to members of the association and ensure that drivers have health care access that aligns better with their needs.

More information on the partnership as well as the PMTA may be found at the association’s site.