On-Demand Webinar

Collaboration: The Key to Successful PT Claim Outcomes

Join us for a unique roundtable discussion about the intricate steps of the PT claim process from various stakeholder viewpoints – provider, physician, payer and care coordinator.
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Webinar Summary:

(Non-Credit Webinar) Injured workers who start physical therapy within three days of injury require 38 percent fewer PT visits – achieving the ultimate goal of returning to work and life quickly.

Facilitating treatment doesn’t happen in a vacuum. There are many steps throughout the claim process: Identify injury, submit referral, select provider, coordinate care, process treatment records and paperwork. For this intricate process to run efficiently there must be trusted partnerships, open communication, and above all, collaboration, amongst all parties. When true alignment occurs, the injured worker wins.

Join us for a unique roundtable discussion about the intricate steps of the PT claim process from various stakeholder viewpoints – provider, physician, payer and care coordinator. Get an inside look at how these parties collaborate to generate successful patient outcomes.

PANEL PARTICIPANTS:

Moderator: Linda Lane, President of Physical Therapy, One Call

Panelists:

Provider: Brian Murphy, VP of Clinical Services, Results Physiotherapy
Physician: Dr. Craig Uejo – MD, MPH, FACOEM, Medical Director – Occupational Health and Safety, Scripps Health
Third Party Administrator/Payer: Julie Fischer, AVP of Medical Programs, ESIS
Care Coordination: Michelle Despres, VP of Physical Therapy, One Call

To learn more about One Call, please visit their website.

One Call is the nation’s leading provider of specialized solutions to the workers’ compensation industry. One Call’s solutions enable faster, more efficient and more cost-effective claims resolution with a focus on injured workers’ needs across the continuum of care.

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