Pihlajalinna Oyj :Pihlajalinna and Mutual Insurance Company Fennia to start healthcare service cooperation
Pihlajalinna Oyj Stock Exchange release 18.11.2015, 14.00 (EET)
Pihlajalinna and Mutual Insurance Company Fennia to start healthcare service cooperation
Pihlajalinna Oyj group company Dextra Oy and Mutual Insurance Company Fennia have today signed a significant preliminary agreement according to which Dextra as a national main partner will provide healthcare services to Fennia customers with a long term contract. The cooperation will start already during 2015.
Dextra is an expert in fast and efficient care chain. Mutual objectives are fast and correct treatment, rehabilitation and excellent customer satisfaction. As a part of the new service concept Dextra will build a customer service team for Fennia that will offer Fennia's customers high quality health advisory services and without delay direct them to treatment in the nearest Dextra clinic or other healthcare partner. In addition Dextra and Fennia will develop together services for maintaining the work capacity, prevention of disease and digital services. Dextra Occupational Healthcare and Fennia will also develop occupational healthcare concepts to Fennia's corporate customers.
Pihlajalinna Oyj CEO Mikko Wirén: It is great that Fennia has chosen us to be the main healthcare service partner. Optimal care chain and happy patients are Dextra core expertise. We want to offer Fennia's customers excellent service quickly and easy. Together with Fennia's insurance specialists we will develop the operations even more customer focused and efficient.
Fennia Group CEO Antti Kuljukka: We have conducted a careful analysis of healthcare services and its impacts. Together with Dextra we can produce fluent customer experience to families, companies and entrepreneurs in the future.
Mikko Wirén, CEO Pihlajalinna Oyj p. 050 322 0927
Antti Kuljukka, CEO Mutual Insurance Company Fennia p. 040 840 0066
Terhi Kivinen, SVP, Communications, Marketing and IR, Pihlajalinna Oyj
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