On-Demand Webinar

On-Demand Webinar: COVID-19 and the Implications for the Workers’ Compensation Patient

Our panel of experts talk about COVID-19 and the implications for workers’ compensation patients, both as a complication to a workplace injury and as a primary occupational diagnosis.
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Webinar Summary

Our customers are facing a great challenge: preventing, treating, and, ultimately, saving patients with COVID-19. We are all being inundated with a variety of perspectives and struggling to find and interpret facts.

Paradigm and our team of clinical experts are here to help.

In this webinar we cover the following topics:

  • The 80/20 rule and why some patients don’t recover quickly
  • Cases that requires hospitalization
  • The enhanced risks of prolonged ventilator use
  • Post-ICU syndromes and the associated medical, neuro, and behavioral consequences
  • Care management solutions for COVID-19 acute and post-acute rehab phases
  • Case management amidst contagion—how telepresence can be used to bridge the gap

Join us to hear from Michael Choo, MD, FACEP, FAAEM, Chief Medical Officer, Paradigm; Lawrence Lottenberg, MD, FACS, Medical Director, Paradigm Catastrophic Care Management; William Pfeifer, MD, FACS, Medical Director, Paradigm Catastrophic Care Management; Joseph K. Choo, MD, FACC, Paradigm Medical Specialist Consultant, Interventional Cardiologist, Medical Director of Structural Heart and Valve Center, Christ Hospital; and Kathy Galia, RN, BS, Chief Operating Officer, Paradigm Catastrophic Care Management.

 

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For almost 30 years, Paradigm has set the standard for outcomes-focused care and for transforming the lives of catastrophically injured workers and their families. Today, we offer an expanded set of innovative solutions that allow us to deliver better health outcomes and a better value for our clients.

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