Breaking Tradition: A New
Model for Physical Therapy
Prolonged physical therapy and its excessive resulting spend is
unintentionally encouraged by the traditional care model – too many
visits, overutilization, and treating unrelated pain are just some of the
The State of Third Party Auto:
Claim Costs, Consistency and a
New Generation of Adjusters
Breaking down the three biggest industry challenges.
Repackaging & Physician
Dispensed Drugs in Workers’
Compensation: Proven Strategies
A growing number of states have seen a rise in physician-dispensed
drugs, a challenge that has been rapidly increasing in frequency over
the last decade.
One Call’s Vision Claims
Experts Provide Appropriate
Care So Injured Workers
Return to Work Faster
While on the job, a man experienced a trip and fall, which damaged his
Government Billing E&O
Government audits of healthcare contracts and billing practices have
increased significantly the last several years.
The Case for Birth Injury Funds
During the past several years, there has been a renewed interest in the
development of state birth-related neurological injury compensation
programs, or birth injury funds.
Opioids and the Injured Worker:
Restricting Physician Dispensing: The Hot Button Policy Issue for State
Data Analytics: Using Data to
Develop Risk Control Strategies
In this PMA Executive Briefing, we begin examining data analytics in
workers’ compensation programs and their role in reducing employers’
total cost of risk and optimizing program outcomes.
Preparing for the Inevitable
When it comes to natural disasters, preparation and prevention are just
as vital as insurance.
Managing Claims Costs Before
For years, it has been said that the insurance industry is data rich
and information poor. That has been changing as sophisticated data
analytics help transform data into information.