Telerehabilitation During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond
Delayed recovery has always worried the workers’ compensation industry. And, when the pandemic forced the cancelation and postponement of surgeries and post-surgical physical therapy, delayed recovery and extended claims duration posed problems for employers and injured workers alike.
Before COVID-19, access to clinics wasn’t as big an issue in the U.S. as it is in other countries that had adopted telerehabilitation earlier. When MedRisk launched its telerehabilitation service in ...
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