White Paper

Providing Injured Workers with Unparalleled Care During Unprecedented Times

The Paradigm Pandemic Clinical Management Program provides injured workers with COVID-19 — and their families — the very best chance at an optimal recovery.
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White Paper Summary

Our nation currently faces one of the great challenges of our lives—preventing, treating, and, ultimately, saving patients with COVID-19. As this global health crisis rapidly escalates, approximately 20% of COVID-19 cases will require hospitalization to address complex challenges, and 5% of cases will need critical or intensive care requiring mechanical ventilation.

To meet the unique health care needs of this unprecedented event, Paradigm has launched the Paradigm Pandemic Clinical Management Program: a one-of-a-kind solution to give injured workers with COVID-19—and their families—the very best chance at an optimal recovery.

This clinical management program will assist injured workers who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 as a primary diagnosis, as well as those who have a catastrophic or complex injury compounded by a COVID-19 diagnosis. Using clinical resources that span Paradigm’s Catastrophic Care Management and Complex Care Solutions divisions, care management teams can support COVID-19 patients through their diagnosis and recovery, regardless of severity.

 

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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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