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Latest MSD Stats Point to Crucial Need for Early Diagnosis
Prolonged, undue suffering for injured workers and significant, unnecessary costs for payers can be largely eliminated. The technology for quick, objective assessments of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) is not only available, but has already been cleared by the Food and Drug Administration.
Congrats to Jason Allen, Travis Biggert on Risk and Insurance Power Broker Awards!
Jason Allen “goes 120 percent for his clients.” Travis Biggert is “probably the most proactive individual I’ve ever had the pleasure to work with.”
Guest Post: Tele, On-Demand Services Offer Better Treatment Outcomes for Injured Workers
Telehealth, telemedicine, teletriage, telerehab — you name it, and it’s becoming more of a presence in workers’ compensation. Efforts to provide faster and more appropriate medical care to injured workers are expected to increase exponentially in 2018.
Conference Highlights Workers’ Compensation Win-Wins
Having just returned from our annual conference I can’t tell you how excited I am. For the last few years we’ve been hearing about the successes our client companies are having, but to see the latest data and hear their enthusiasm was truly gratifying.
Conference 2016 Flyer
Emerge Employer Video
Is Baseline Testing Worth The Effort? Part 3
Is Baseline Testing Worth The Effort Part 2
Is Baseline Testing Worth The Effort?
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