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Emerge to Present at Arkansas Seminars
The buzz generated about a more effective way to manage soft tissue injuries continues to spread throughout the transportation industry. This week, we’re in Arkansas, speaking to members of the Arkansas Trucking Association Self-Insurers’ Fund. During separate Loss Prevention seminars in Little Rock and Fort Smith, I will discuss the value of this testing for pre-existing medical conditions.
Emerge Diagnostics, Inc. Announces Partnership with CasKen to Expand Availability of Unique Injury Management Program
CARLSBAD, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The transportation industry will have more and easier access to a game-changing soft-tissue injury management program, thanks to a newly announced partnership. CasKen, has teamed up with Emerge Diagnostics, developer of the Electrodiagnostic Functional Assessment Soft Tissue Management (EFA-STM) Program.
Visionary Business Leaders with Real-World Solutions to Keynote Upcoming Summit
Many of the transportation industry’s preeminent thought leaders will come together in Chicago for two days of knowledge sharing and networking. The Cottingham & Butler Road to the 2018 Transportation Summit offers a plethora of presentations addressing the hottest topics, trends, and challenges impacting business and the trucking industry. Emerge Diagnostics is proud to be a Gold sponsor of the event.
Upcoming Program Highlights New Approaches to Reduce Claims Costs, Minimize Risk
Organizations looking to reduce their claims costs while providing better care for their employees and minimize risk have an opportunity to learn about new strategies that are reaping benefits for employers throughout the nation. An event coming up later this month pairs representatives of Emerge Diagnostics with employee benefit specialists from TrueNorth to present a holistic approach to helping injured workers and their companies.
How New Technology Has Changed the Game in Diagnosing, Evaluating Soft Tissue Injuries
Soft tissue injuries can be the bane of existence for many a workers’ compensation stakeholder. They are difficult to diagnose and treat, as they are often elusive.
The Problem of Causation and How to Solve It
A worker complains of lumbar strain. He says it happened while he was lifting something at work. He’s been out of work now for 12 days and doesn’t seem to be improving. Sound familiar?
Using Innovative Tools to Diagnose Workers’ Comp Injuries
Some workers' comp professionals are using technology to develop innovations in getting injured workers back on the job.
Latest Top 10 Injury List Shows Need for Newer, Better Diagnostic Technologies
The latest report on workers’ compensation costs is staggering. Employers are spending nearly $60 billion annually on medical and indemnity costs for the top 10 non-fatal injuries. That equates to more than $1 billion per week — and that’s only the direct costs. When you add in indirect costs the figure is more than twice that amount.
Prepping to Hit the Ground Running!
This coming week is a busy one for us as we’ll be traveling the country to spread the word about the revolutionary technology that is helping injured workers and payers alike. I’ll be in San Antonio for RIMS, while Dr. MaryRose Reaston will be presenting at the Wisconsin Safety & Health Conference & Expo.
Toys ‘R’ Us Demise Should Serve as Warning to WC Stakeholders
The announcement that Toys ‘R’ Us is closing its U.S. stores is a sad tale indeed. But it also holds valuable lessons for all industries, including workers’ compensation.