The IME process is not an area where claims managers want to skimp on quality. Claims that require IMEs have complexity and uncertainty surrounding them — for example, perhaps an adjuster wants to ... Read More
The workers’ compensation claims handling has been a repetitive nature of process and move on, follow the checklist for an audit, and close the claim. Process, and repeat. Go down the checklist and ... Read More
Technology has helped many industries survive the COVID-19 pandemic, and workers’ compensation is no exception. From spikes in telemedicine use to transitioning to virtual work environments, the ... Read More
In my position as the author of The Optimized Patient, I am making a direct appeal to the Workers Compensation industry to do something innovative about injured worker recoveries that fail. You ... Read More
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Case Lesson: Hostile Work Environment Lakeland, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – An unpleasant work environment is something no one wants to deal with, but in some cases, the situation could be so bad that it becomes a form of discrimination ...