During the session, “Benefits of Nurse Case Management,”
“Nurse case managers guide injured employees’ medical treatment from the center of today’s healthcare delivery system, asking the tough questions in order to provide the right type of care,” Glennon stated. “As a result of working with clinical experts like nurse case managers early on in a claim, it’s less likely for the claim to veer off track. Successful nurse case management programs combined with proactive and ongoing clinical care involvement can prevent litigation, reduce medical costs and expedite claims resolution and return to work.”
“Our goal is to connect the injured worker’s medical team with their claim team at the onset of the injury and provide oversight throughout the life of the claim,” Craft notes. “When nurse case managers and clinicians are involved at the outset of a claim, they create a collaborative environment, allowing the treatment plan to be adjusted as conditions evolve and change, drastically reducing overall workers’ compensation costs and associated risks.”
To learn more about the importance of proactive clinical care management and coordination, visit the One Call website listed below.
About One Call Care Management
One Call is the nation’s leading provider of specialized solutions to the workers’ compensation industry. One Call’s solutions enable faster, more efficient and more cost-effective claims resolution with a focus on injured workers’ needs across the continuum of care. One Call provides reliable, consistent connections to care with expertise in high end diagnostics, physical therapy and transportation services, post-discharge home care and durable medical equipment, dental and doctor specialty services, complex care management, and the language services required for today’s multicultural workforce. For more information, visit www.onecallcm.com.
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Source: One Call Care Management