Are standard guidelines enough to address the unique needs of each injured worker?
Employers need to be prepared to guard against the risk factors of heat-related illness when an extraordinarily hot day strikes – summer or not.
What’s in a name? Ask the clinicians at Results Physiotherapy and they’ll tell you – quite a lot.
Learn more about the primary approaches driving today’s telerehabilitation services and how they can serve the workers’ compensation market.
Here is a summary of legislative and regulatory developments and challenges for the first quarter of 2017 and their practical implications.
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?