The opioid epidemic remains a top news story and has been ever since public awareness began to dramatically increase in 2012 due to numerous celebrity deaths and renewed focus by federal agencies like the ... Read More
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The Occupational Health and Safety Administration ... Read More
There is a little known addiction that could be impacting your organization in negative ways. It affects people from all walks of life — young and old; rich and poor; men and women. It creates ... Read More
So you have decided to provide some light duty or transitional work for injured workers to decrease wage loss expense. First of all, congratulations! This is the first step in decreasing claims costs. ... Read More
Like all drugs, opioids can cause side effects. However, beyond the commonly reported effects such as nausea, constipation, dizziness and sedation, there is one side effect that presents the biggest obstacle ... Read More
Administering Medicare Set-Aside (MSA) funds properly is a daunting task for most. Nuance in the Medicare formulary, ignorance about MSAs in the provider’s billing department, and complexity in medical ... Read More
Technology has played an increasingly larger role in the healthcare industry over the past couple decades and continues to offer a myriad of benefits to physicians and other healthcare professionals. It is ... Read More
Five years after Uber was approved for operation in Orleans Parish, rideshare services could be positioning themselves as a return-to-work option for injured workers
Uber and Lyft have taken ... Read More
Subrogation in Workers' Compensation Claims Sarasota, FL (workersCompensation.com) - When a workers’ compensation accident happens, one of the first things which is relevant in the claim is whether or not there is any subrogation potential. It ...