White Paper

Defining Meaningful Patient Engagement

Having a patient be active in their recovery after a work injury engages them in the process and bolsters workers' compensation results.

White Paper Summary

When a person suffers a serious physical injury at work, the nature of a catastrophic event can have as much of an emotional impact as a physical one. The loss of independence being out of work, and the fear, stress and grief that often accompanies a workplace accident can be demotivating for the injured worker. This often leads to a cycle of depression or other behavioral health factors, making the patient more susceptible to compounding health issues, prolonging a claim and thereby increasing the costs.

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