By Erin Zablocki, CDME, Master C.E.A.C., ECHM
Executive Director of Rehab Technology
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, and the Brain Injury Association of America’s tagline ... Read More
Case Managers are involved in numerous issues and barriers while following a workers’ compensation case. As an RN Case Manager, they are bound by their duties to remain objective with all involved in ... Read More
The difference between carpal tunnel and tendonitis is where the pain and discomfort are located.
Carpal tunnel results from nerve compression and pain and located on the palm side of the wrist. Carpal ... Read More
By Cameron Hannum, Pharm.D., Sr. Clinical Account Pharmacist, Enlyte
Opioids continue to be an area requiring close monitoring, and one tool being used to follow opioid distribution includes Prescription ... Read More
Working in the Operating Room was at times a frightening place to be – even for an experienced RN.
A specific incident I vividly remember was a group of college students were out one night and had car ... Read More
Spoiler alert to the question in the title. Is it time for workers' compensation leaders to embrace vulnerability? Well, it is 2023, and the answer is purely and shamelessly… YES! Vulnerability in ... Read More
Because people use their arms regularly throughout the day, an injury to a shoulder can cause pain even with minimal movement. In some cases people tend to find more success by actively treating the area ... Read More
In the months ahead there is going to be significant discussion within the workers’ compensation world about case managing supported by recovery coaches. It was my experience preparing for and ... Read More
What is Physiatry?
PM&R (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation) physicians evaluate and treat injuries, illnesses and disability and are experts in designing comprehensive patient-centered treatment ... Read More