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The surprising findings of a recent study challenge common assumptions about workers’ comp outcomes — and reveal the true extent of biopsychosocial factors’ influence.
In a webinar hosted by One Call on January 26, experts in the workers’ comp industry discussed the importance of collaboration in a claim and how to ensure optimal success for an injured worker.
An on-demand session from the 2020 National Comp virtual event explores how treating injured workers like pro athletes can shorten recovery times and keep workers off opioids.
Musculoskeletal conditions — everything from a sprained ankle to a ligament tear — are a common and costly injury for workers’ compensation insurers. PT can help.
Always put the injured worker first and treat the whole person. That’s a best practice regardless of the state of the world.
A report from WCRI sheds light on how a coronavirus-related recession could affect return-to-work.
A session at WCRI’s annual Issues & Research Conference will examine the mental health hurdles injured workers face.
A new report from WCRI surveyed workers about their experiences post-injury.
Plotting out steps to recovery at the onset of a claim helps engage injured workers in their treatment and can minimize treatment delays.
A new report found that workers’ compensation patients are more likely to receive physical therapy treatments and attend more appointments than those in group health.
Omar Taha, senior director of continuous improvement at One Call, shared how his research on continuous improvement can help improve care for injured workers.
Silvia Sacalis of Healthesystems details the different aspects of holistic care for injured workers and why each is important for a successful return-to-work.
The company’s employee-driven culture prioritizes injured worker advocacy and helps get patients back to work rested and safe.
When refining a return-to-work program, employers can often overlook this one, crucial element: The interactions medications have on their injured workers.
At the close of NWCDC, an expert panel offered a spectrum of actionable advice for maximizing patient medical outcomes and targeting resources where they can do the most good.
Erica Fichter of Broadspire, a Crawford Company, details some of the top strategies used to get injured workers back to work and productivity.
It’s widely understood how biopsychosocial factors can impact claims. The challenge is understanding how to identify hidden barriers — and how to do it upfront while there’s still time to make a difference.
Thursday morning, let the winners of the 2019 Teddy Award inspire you to build your own award-winning workers’ compensation program.
Telephonic nurse case managers are the unsung heroes of difficult workers’ comp claims.
A strong return-to-work plan is key to any workers’ compensation program. Here are five strategies that have proven results in getting workers back on their feet.
R3 Continuum and U.S. Bank have piloted a program that works to improve behavioral health workplace reintegration.