Recovery--Ready In Workers' Comp

Malugen, William
April 2011
Best's Review;Apr2011, Vol. 111 Issue 12, p76
Trade Publication
The article presents suggestions on how insurance agents and brokers work with their casualty clients to better position their worker's compensation and claims management programs in the U.S. It informs that under compensation insurance, medical cost is significantly affected by claims management services, due to rehiring and less experienced workers. It highlights the benefits of midcycle stewardship meeting which focuses on reviewing client objectives and evaluating recovery readiness.


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