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The Quality Divide: Is Your Vendor Driving IME Excellence?

Posted on Nov 27, 2017

The demand for quality has given rise to an IME service industry aimed at connecting the best, most-qualified physicians to organizations requesting these exams and to the claimants who must undergo the evaluations. Read More

The Quality Divide: When and How to Request an IME?

Posted on Nov 13, 2017

As a workers’ compensation (WC) claims professional, you deal with increasingly complex claims on a daily basis. At times, you may need clarity or greater certainty on specific aspects of a case. For example, what is the... Read More

WorkCompWire: Chikita Mann: Cultural Competency and the LGBTQ Injured Worker

Posted on Aug 21, 2017

Cultural competency has gained a stronger foothold in health care over the past decade. Still, while strategies to provide care without bias have helped reduce disparities among minority populations, the same can’t be said... Read More

WorkCompWire: Delainne Bond: When Catastrophe Occurs, Communication is Key

Posted on Aug 15, 2017

Catastrophic workplace injuries present far-reaching complexities that go beyond severity of injury , making these cases at-risk for claim derailment. These are among the most serious and complicated workers’ comp cases... Read More

WC Magazine: Lowering the Score

Posted on May 12, 2017

Using data analytics to put a number on health risks and assess when to intervene to fix a problem Read More

Aging Workforce: The Next Frontier In Workers’ Comp

Posted on May 1, 2017

By Chikita Mann, MSA, RN, CCM Read More

Care Management: Insights on Case Management in Workers’ Compensation

Posted on Apr 20, 2017

This article originally appeared CareManagement, and is reprinted here with permission. By Genex's Myra Keleher, DNP, RN, CDMS, CCM Read More

Property Casualty 360°: Establishing a quality IME process for your workers’ comp claims

Posted on Jan 19, 2017

Complex case disputes can result in significant medical and indemnity costs despite efforts to fairly cover the injured worker’s medical care and facilitate return to the job. At the same time, you need to guard against... Read More

Seeing Red: Warning Signs of off-track claims

Posted on Jan 5, 2017

Red flags in workers comp’ case management are indicators signaling potential problems that could adversely impact an injured employee’s timely recovery, return to work, and the ultimate cost of a claim. Read More

Case Management and You: What to Expect & What to Demand

Posted on Jan 5, 2017

Getting injured employees back to work is the top priority for adjusters and case managers. When working together, you and Genex’s nurse case managers are a dynamic team focused on what is best for the injured worker and... Read More

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