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Answers to Your Most Common Questions About Predictive Analytics in Workers’ Comp

Predictive models improve clinical outcomes and reduce costs for payers, but only if you know how to use them.

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Predictive analytics models have a number of cost-saving applications in the world of workers’ compensation prescription management.

These models are used operationally in helping to identify patients for home-delivery fulfillment programs which are less expensive than retail, saving money on the cost of prescriptions. Algorithms assist in routing claims to the most appropriate case handler based on claim complexity or personnel experience, which increases operational efficiency.

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The Optum workers’ compensation and auto no-fault division works to collaborate with our clients to deliver value beyond transactional savings while helping ensure injured parties receive safe and effective clinical care throughout the life of their claim. Our innovative and comprehensive cost management programs include pharmacy care services, ancillary benefit management, medical services, and settlement solutions.

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