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Helping Clients Navigate COVID-19 with a Consultative Approach and Clinical Solutions

Workers’ comp exposures are changing rapidly. Employers need clinical partners with the expertise and technological tools to adapt quickly.

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Pandemics don’t discriminate. Though COVID-19 has undoubtedly hurt some businesses more than others, no organization is immune to the virus’s effect on its workforce. Some have had to shift almost entirely to remote work. Others without that option are charged with cutting staff and heightening safety and infection control measures for essential employees that remain. At either end of the spectrum, workers’ comp exposures have changed dramatically in a short period of time.

“The public sector and health care companies have the more obvious exposures in the COVID-19 world — first responders and medical professionals are always on the front lines in disaster scenarios. While their risks aren’t unexpected, they have certainly increased,” said Mike Cirillo, President, myMatrixx. “And then you have essential businesses like grocery stores and manufacturers, where workers are being exposed to risks that had not been anticipated before now.”

To learn more about myMatrixx, please visit their website.

myMatrixx® is a pharmacy benefit management company dedicated to workers’ compensation. The unique combination of myMatrixx and Express Scripts makes us the only workers’ compensation pharmacy benefit manager that can deliver high touch customer service, clinical expertise and actionable data analytics while leveraging Express Scripts’ pharmacy network, comprehensive clinical services, mail order program and specialty solutions to meet the individual needs of our clients and their injured workers. For more information, visit myMatrixx.com.

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