A few weeks ago, a thought-provoking thread occurred on LinkedIn about frustrations felt in the workers’ compensation process. This thread stemmed around people not exercising their power to help the ... Read More
Two recently released reports indicate medical costs for COVID-19 are rather modest. Fair Health released an analysis of charges and payments for COVID-related medical care. There’s a lot to unpack ... Read More
When people sustain injuries in a work environment, the physical body sustains an injury, and the emotional psyche does as well. There is an added strain from the incident occurring during work time or ... Read More
New information is released about COVID-19 on a daily basis, leaving many companies concerned about how they will implement a return-to-work plan that both keeps employees safe and allows for a productive ... Read More
Each year, with our Drug Trend Report, the myMatrixx clinical team, in partnership with the Express Scripts Lab, analyzes and distills the most significant data insights into one concise document for ... Read More
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) typically starts with exposure to a critical incident. In order to meet the definition of PTSD, symptoms must last 30 days or more and disrupts normal life pursuits. It ... Read More
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Hearing Loss And Illinois Workers' Compensation Hearing loss cases are unique because we all are exposed to loud noises at various times of the day. If you live in Chicago it’s probably worse for you than if you live in a more rural area like ...