Why myMatrixx Believes Early Engagement in Behavioral Health Leads to Better Workers' Comp Outcomes
There is growing evidence to support the idea that chronic pain and mental health are highly intertwined — and this has huge implications for the treatment of injured workers. While the conventional wisdom in workers’ comp has been to avoid taking on mental or behavioral health claims due to their tendency to become long-term cases, it may be time to reconsider. It is becoming clearer that many injured workers dealing with years- or decades-long chronic pain also have untreated ...
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