We’re saying goodbye to the term ancillary when it comes to caregiving in workers’ compensation. That’s because diagnostic imaging, physical medicine, durable medical equipment, home health, and other services are often foundational to injured workers’ recoveries. They’re not secondary — they’re essential. These specialty services can make it possible to manage a claim in a way that’s best for workers while still containing expenses. Join us to learn more about the Apricus specialty network and how our offerings add up to an all-inclusive experience for injured workers.
Join us to learn more about the Apricus specialty network and how our offerings add up to an all-inclusive experience for injured workers.
NOTE: CEUs are not being offered for this webinar; however, many of our webinars do offer RN and CCM CEUs in designated states. To find out more about upcoming webinars from this series, please visit ourwebinar page.
Meet our presenter
Bob Smith, President, Apricus
Bob Smith oversees sales and marketing, the development of new products, and evaluates potential acquisitions that will enhance the company’s overall growth while supporting the corporate vision. Over the past three decades, Bob has been recognized as one of the leading executives in the workers’ compensation industry, and holds a BA from Curry College and an MBA from Heed University.