Ask these three questions to ensure accurate and fair medical payment on each and every bill, and to realize a new level of medical cost containment.
Since the mid-80s, functional capacity evaluation (FCEs) have been used to measure a worker’s ability to perform the physical demands of a given job.
Today’s telehealth-powered care models have the potential to save both time and money for patients and employers alike.
While many rely on knee arthroscopy to cure pains, it has been associated with short-lived and sometimes inconsequential benefit but additional harms.
We’ve all heard about the concept of telemedicine, but will demand drive it to become a mainstream healthcare option?
Back in Motion Physical Therapy, LLC, has over 10 years of experience in helping injured workers get back on the job.
Here is a summary of legislative and regulatory developments and challenges for the fourth quarter of 2016 and their practical implications.
Statistic Spotlight: Radiologist Review Reduces Excessive or Inappropriate Use of High-End Diagnostic Imaging
In one pilot study, review by a radiologist redirected 13.3% of MRI and CT imaging orders due to excessive or inappropriate characteristics.
As one of the latest Women to Watch awardees, MedRisk’s founder and CEO has a lot to say about the future of the workers’ comp industry.
Slips and falls, as well as illnesses and injuries caused by cold stress, pose considerable risk to employee health. Take these precautions.