Vocational Case Management

When sick or injured employees are unable to return to work with their original employers, Genex’s Vocational Case Management Services help disabled workers attain sufficient work skills to compete successfully in the labor market. Such intervention can help you realize a sizable reduction in wage loss replacement exposure.

This Solution Helps Mitigate

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Regulatory Changes & Fines

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Lost Time & Productivity

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Control Medical Costs

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Adjuster Overload

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Siloed Data

Faster RTW

Securing employment

The goal of vocational case management is to return disabled workers to gainful employment and autonomy. We start with an effective job search, confirming job opportunities, promoting claimant accountability for securing employment through the job search contract and ensuring suitable job placement.

Reduce Indemnity Costs

Reduce duration of disability

Proactive intervention and vocational management of disabled workers can help you achieve significant reductions in wage loss replacement. Our team will help support successful job retention for sick or injured workers and will assist in claims resolution. If work capability is in question, we will refer an injured employee for SSDI review.

Achieve Better Outcomes

Specialized expertise

Many of our Vocational Case Managers hold master’s degrees in counseling and rehabilitation, allowing them to provide services in most jurisdictions. They also have other certifications in related fields, including:

  • Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC)
  • Certified Disability Management Specialist (CDMS)
  • Licensed Rehabilitation Counselor (LRC)
  • American Board of Vocational Experts (ABVE)
  • Certified Case Manager (CCM)

Need to reduce your total cost of risk?

To help lower your total cost of risk and return injured workers to work as quickly as possible, we offer a FREE consultation with a workers’ comp expert. Together, we will begin to build a workers' comp program to meet your company’s unique needs.