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Real-Life Robocop Webinar: Meeting 'Impossible' RTW Goals in Catastrophic Cases

Posted on May 2, 2018

June 14 / 2pm ET When workers survive a catastrophic injury, they often sustain significant injuries that prevent them from returning to work. Yet, technological advances are making inroads in allowing people with... Read More

Seven Things To Know About The New York Workers' Comp Pharmacy Formulary

Posted on Apr 30, 2018

In the past, we’ve presented on implementation of workers’ compensation formularies in Texas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and California — as well as “formulary-esque” prior authorization requirements in multiple other states.... Read More

WC Magazine: Putting Out Fires

Posted on Mar 20, 2018

In the aftermath of a mass casualty incident (MCI), the workers’ compensation industry is reminded of the importance of preparation. To minimize exposure, it is vital for employers and carriers to proactively develop a... Read More

WorkCompWire: Jim Harris: Unleashing Powerful Insights Hidden in Your Bill Review Data

Posted on Feb 6, 2018

In this column, we look at five strategies that sophisticated vendors are deploying to elevate the bill review process to a strategic, data-focused initiative that can drive ongoing improvements for your workers’... Read More

WorkCompWire: Michael Valasek: Ensuring a Quality IME Result: Three Players in the Process

Posted on Jan 30, 2018

A certain amount of contention has come to surround the independent medical examination (IME) process. Oftentimes, both the insurer and claimant will obtain an IME to substantiate their respective opinions on a case. Rather... Read More

Property Casualty 360°: The opioid epidemic in workers’ comp

Posted on Dec 19, 2017

Employers can use these five strategies to manage opioid issues in their organizations and help injured workers heal. Read More

WorkCompWire: Mark Pew on “The Intersection of Medicine and Disability” from NWCDC

Posted on Dec 14, 2017

At the 2017 #NWCDConf in Las Vegas on December 7, Dr. Marcos Iglesias (Chief Medical Officer for Broadspire) presented his perspective on the intersection of medicine and disability but it might not have been what attendees... Read More

The Quality Divide: What Makes a Quality IME Physician?

Posted on Dec 11, 2017

By Michael Valasek, Vice President, IME Services at Genex Services Read More

CLM Magazine: Clinical and Legal Advocacy in a WCMSA

Posted on Dec 11, 2017

Strategic approaches for cost minimization in Medicare Set-Asides By Mark Pew , Heather Sanderson Read More

The Quality Divide: Are You a Leader or a Laggard in Quality IME Practices?

Posted on Nov 29, 2017

As workers’ compensation professionals deal with increasing complex claims, they may become uncertain about specific medical determinations on a case. For example, they may wonder about the true cause of a claimant’s... Read More

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