F.J. Thomas has worked in healthcare business for more than fifteen years in Tennessee. Her experience as a contract appeals analyst has given her an intimate grasp of the inner workings of both the provider and insurance world. Knowing first hand that the industry is constantly changing, she strives to find resources and information you can use.
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - With the political climate, legal investigations, and an ever changing market, there has been an epidemic of companies in the healthcare industry from hospitals to ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Employees who are happy at work, or at least satisfied, tend to be more engaged if/when they become injured, resulting in faster recoveries and returns to work. ... Read More
New York, NY (WorkersCompensation.com) – The most hazardous class of retail workers are those in meat, and the most common types of injuries they incur involve the facial bones. Those are among the ... Read More
Kansas City, MO (WorkersCompenstion.com) –Eleven hospitals across several states filed bankruptcy following troubling reports of not meeting payroll, defaulting on property taxes and allegations of ... Read More
New York, NY (WorkersCompensation.com) – Injured workers in need of MRIs may soon be in and out of a physician’s office in mere minutes, rather than the half-hour+ it now takes.
Facebook AI ... Read More
Sioux Falls, SD (WorkersCompensation.com) – While denying any illegalities, a South Dakota hospital system has agreed to pay $20.25 million to settle a False Claims Act allegation against one of its ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Severe burn injuries not only cause damage to the skin, but damage to the intestinal tract as well. A new study suggests large volumes of IV fluids may be key ... Read More
Kalispell, MT (WorkersCompensation.com) – Within the last week, hospitals in Montana and Texas were hit with data breaches that included patient information.
The Flathead Beacon in Montana reported ... Read More